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Police Target Distracted Drivers

Edmonton police officers handed out more than 480 tickets for distracted driving during a 24 hour blitz. About 463 or more were issued to drivers using cell phones. The fine for distracted driving rose from $172.00 to $ 287.00. It is difficult to extrapolate how many traffic fatalities are related to distracted driving. But Sgt. […]

Scalding death at Jubilee Lodge nursing home

Report       Letter to Police November 16, 2010 Detective Bradley W. Mandrusiak, Edmonton Police Service, 9620 – 103A Ave. NW Edmonton, Alberta T5H 0-H7 Re: —, 76 years of age, deceased, April 22, 1989 We allege that on the afternoon of April 22, 1989, a person or persons filled the Alzheimer unit, Jubilee […]

Abuse & Neglect at Covenant Health, Villa Caritas Geriatric Centre

The client has suffered total neglect and malpractice by professional staff. She is kept in a state of perpetual fear, fear of being disciplined, fear of being subjected to takedowns and fear of being subjected to forced (psychotropic) injections…

Criminal behaviour by the Public Guardian

As told to us by Joanne, daughter of Shirley Hamilton, At 7:00 PM, September 12, 2012, Joanne received a phone call from her mother. Hamilton was sobbing, saying she did not know where she was and that she was very frightened…

Trespass to Premises Act Alberta

Alberta Court strikes down the Act as unconstitutional in the context of its’ enforcement on Public Property…

Dora Cinciruk: Formal complaint of unlawful confinement

Mrs. Dora (Eudokia) Cinciruk has been detained behind locked doors in an Alzheimer unit, since December 2009. Prior to that she was detained at the University Hospital…

Retired Nurse’s reflections on Alberta Hospital fatality inquiry

In the early part of two thousand and nine I received a surprise phone call from a Mr. Mark Snaterse who identified himself as site administrator at Alberta Hospital Edmonton. He asked if I would come out to the Alberta Hospital site the next day to pick up my subpoena for a fatality inquiry that was to be held in a few weeks…

Senior denied rights at Grey Nuns

Why did the evening nurse, who said she was an RN, inform me that Mr. Thomas had been admitted by EPS [Edmonton Police Service] because of a fall…

Villa Caritas Video Surveillance

In the past we have made serious complaints against staff of the geriatric mental hospital, Villa Caritas. We have alleged that abuse and even violence is being perpetrated against very, vulnerable seniors, seniors detained behind locked doors. Our complaints have been summarily dismissed.

Unlawful Apprehension and Detainment

The following is an account of a senior’s terrifying ordeal at the hands of society’s advocates/ protectors/ professionals. It was physicians / psychiatrists, nurses, police, security staff, senior management staff who deliberately and with intent suspended the rights of N. S. and arbitrarily detained him.

Trespass Notices & Restriction of Visitors

When Irene S. guardian and trustee of her mother, attended at the nursing home to visit her mother, the police were called. Two policemen arrived and asked her to leave. She had previously complained about the care her mother was receiving and was not aware that a “trespass notice” had been sent to her. Her […]

Nelson Struk: Arrested and detained without cause

On Tuesday, May 11, 2010 @ 10:30 AM, we were shocked to find Mr. Struk detained in D4, a small, white windowless room, which appeared to be a holding cell…

Dora Cinciruk: Locked away unlawfully against her will

Dora was an independent tax paying citizen, always paid her utilities, was never involved in criminal activities, loved her home, enjoyed planting a large garden. Last October, she injured her foot. In November, 2009, she entered the U of A Hospital, never again allowed to return to her home. While at the hospital for treatment, […]

Lorraine Adolph

See also Inquiry for Lorraine Adolph We have been told that Thursday noon, December 4/08, Lorraine Adolph was last seen leaving Building # 12, Alberta Hospital Edmonton, 17480 Fort Road, for a smoke. Who unlocked the doors for her to exit the locked unit? Were the certificates disregarded? A family member had begged the Stony […]

Edmonton Police Service Defending Nursing Homes

Recently four visiting seniors were summarily removed from the Chapel church service at Rosedale, they were attending with other residents. The police were called and what is most troubling, the police came to ensure that these four seniors were removed and left the grounds.

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