Friday, June 26, 2015

New British Columbia: Prince Rupert 1910

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From the Series: 
New British Columbia : the Undeveloped Areas of the Great Central and Northern Interior

1912 - Thirteenth Edition
1910 - Twelfth Edition
1910 - Eleventh Edition Supplement
1909 - Tenth Edition Supplement
1908 - Ninth Edition
1907 - Seventh Edition

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Friday, June 19, 2015

BC Liberals payments TBD 1/15 stiff the taxpayer without accountability in Court Cases

Finance Minister de Jong Treasury Chair authorized an amount OVER $500,000 to the Attorney General / Justice Minister on October 2, 2014.   Was it for payment to the Government Lawyers or a settlement OUT of court on August 25, 2012?


The battle cry of the BC Liberals for the past 15 years:

                                Remember the NDP Carrier Lumber Court Case....payments

Well it looks like the tables have been turned on the BC Liberal Government, even before the Health Researchers were Fired.  And Taxpayers are that much poorer for a New Era of an Open Government.

Settled IN Court

28 pages

46 pages

42 pages
  No mention of Basi / Virk $6 Million Payments in exchange for Guilty Plea

42 pages


58 pages

58 pages
Guy in Victoria
et al

Certificate of judgment

13  (1) Subject to this Act, if in proceedings against the government and proceedings in which the government is a party, an order for costs or other order is made by a court against the government, the proper officer of the court must, on application, issue a certificate.

(2) If the court directs, a separate certificate must be issued for the costs, if any, ordered to be paid to the applicant.

(3) A certificate issued under this section may be served on the person named in the record as the solicitor, or as the person acting as solicitor, for the government.

(4) If the order provides for the payment of money by way of damages or otherwise, or of costs, the certificate must state the amount payable, and the Minister of Finance must, subject to this Act, pay out of the consolidated revenue fund to the person entitled, or to the person's order, the amount appearing by the certificate to be due, together with the interest, if any, lawfully due.

(5) The court which makes an order or a court to which an appeal against the order lies may direct that, pending an appeal or otherwise, payment of the whole of the amount payable, or any part is suspended and, if the certificate has not been issued, may order the direction to be inserted in it.

(6) An execution or attachment or process of that nature must not be issued out of a court for enforcing payment by the government of money or costs.


14  (1) If a claim is made against the government and the Attorney General certifies, either before or after proceedings authorized by this Act have been commenced, that:
(a) the Attorney General considers that the claim, if pursued, could result in an order referred to in section 13 (4) for the payment of money by the government, and
(b) it is in the public interest to settle the claim in an amount set out in the certificate, the Minister of Finance must pay that amount to the person making the claim.

(2) If a proceeding authorized by this Act has been commenced and the Attorney General certifies that it is in the public interest to make payment into court, the Minister of Finance must pay into court the amount set out in the certificate.

(3) [Repealed 1998-42-4.]

(4) Money paid by the Minister of Finance under this section must be paid out of the consolidated revenue fund.
In the beginning: Treasury Board Directives:


Basi / Virk:
2/00  The purpose of this directive is to reinforce government's authority to use set-off in the case of current and former employees who owe money to the government.
Signed LNG Contracts conditional on the implementation of  TBD-2/15

Directive Number
2/15 Authority to dispose of Atmospheric Benefit Rights and enter into Agreements respecting sharing of Atmospheric Benefits Rights
EFFECTIVE DATE: 17 December 2014
Treasury Board approval limits for claims settled under the Crown Proceeding Act (replaces TBD 1/99a)
Residential Accommodation Policy (replaces TBD 3/96)
Vendor Reference Check Review Policy
EFFECTIVE DATE: 09 March 2011. Contact: David Pilling 250 387-8189
Remuneration Guidelines for Appointees to Crown Agency Boards (replaces TBD 2/10)
EFFECTIVE DATE: 16 December 2010. Contact: Pratibha Bhatnagar 250 356-0156
Remuneration Guidelines for Appointees to Administrative Tribunals (replaces TBD 1/10)
EFFECTIVE DATE: 16 December 2010.Contact: Pratibha Bhatnagar 250 356-0156
Implementation of accounting standards by government organizations. EFFECTIVE DATE: 3 August 2010
Authorization of expenditures for the Judiciary
Approvals required by Treasury Board administrative policies
Delegation of authorities for specified financial and general management approval levels to Executive Financial Officers, Senior Financial Officers, Directors and Expense Authorities
Capital Asset Management Framework
Authority of the Comptroller General to Retain Money by Way of Setoff
Delegation of Deputy Ministers' Authorities for Specified Financial and General Management Approval Levels to Executive Financial Officers and Senior Financial Officer (amended by 4/04). Appendix 1
Telecommunication Services
Use of Set-offs to Collect Overdue Accounts Owed to the Government by Current or Former Government Employees
Electronic Data Channels – Use of BC OnLine
BC OnLine Information Service – Fees Retained
BC OnLine Information Service – Disposition
Authorization to enter into an agreement with TD Securities and the Trust providing financing for sale and leaseback of Light Vehicle Fleet
Authorization to enter into a fleet management services agreement with PHH
Authorization of lease back from PHH of Light Vehicle Fleet and replacement vehicles, pursuant to terms of an operating lease
Authorization for sale of the Light Vehicle Fleet
New Program Proposals
Continuous Service Contracts
Most Economical Airfare (amended by TBD 1/01 and TB Submission October 10, 2001, amended by 4/04)
Air Travel Policy
Communication Expenditures and Approval
Service Contracts (amended by TBDs 2/84, 4/88, 4/96, 1/02)
Submissions to Treasury Board
Contracts and Commitments
Treasury Board Directives

Google Search Criteria: Treasury Board Directive, 1/15, British Columbia

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

The Chevron Exercise: Why the Canadian Coast Guard did NOT rush to English Bay's aid: Bigger fish to fry in oil

The reason that the Conservative Government did not send in a large contingent of the Coast Guard to clean up the English Bay oil spill? There are worse case documented scenarios, code named: 


If there were a major spill off the coast of British Columbia, Vancouver Island would be the hardest hit?  One may only hope that the powers to be in Ottawa and Victoria have covered the whole of British Columbia's coast on the sensitivity rating Oiling Bunker C and Diesel fuel on our shorelines.

Chevron Exercise

Bunker C sensitivity Index

092B.043   Royal Roads

092B.053  Saanich Inlet South

O92B.063   Saanich Inlet North

092B.072  Cowichan Bay Estuary

092B.073  SaltSpring Island

 Diesel sensitivity Index

092B.043   Royal Roads

092B.053   Saanich Inlet South

092B.063   Saanich Inlet North

092B.072  Cowichan Bay Estuary

092B.073  SaltSpring Island

Cowichan - Sensitivity to Oiling Bunker C

 Coastal Mapping  

British Columbia Shorezone Mapping System

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British Columbia Shorezone Mapping System

A manual that provides standards for Physical Shore-zone Mapping in British Columbia

Waterfront Properties owners, any concerns?

Our old friend, potential serial Seal Killer  Enbridge

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Page 26 of 38      Conservancies Status Map B

Pacific States/British Columbia Oil Spill Task Force:
        Calendar Year  Task Force Oil Spill Report 2014 

Pacific States/British Columbia Data Dictionary Oil Spill

Friday, June 5, 2015

Black "Ops Log - 97": Screen shot Versadex / ECOMM / FLNR / May 2015

The BC Liberals have honestly earned the reputation: Shred everything;

BC Liberals used back channels to hide the Ethnic Scandal;

Brian Bonney's trial in 2016 might shine a bright light into the dark corners of corruption;

Have the BC Liberal bought into a knock off Versadex type program to ensure that what the Public is entitled to know via FOI, is denied?  No such file found.

Ops Log - 97

LMD/WKP?   - Lower Mainland VersaDex  / West Kootenay Police?

FLNR   -  Forest, Land and Natural Resources, why not JAG - Justice

Vancouver Police Department Has a Who done it manual on the proper handling of   Versadex  Security Clearance Private or Invisible  channels.

BC Liberal Government/Party/Hacks
2.9 Information Management

2.9.4 (iii) Making FOI Records Private or Invisible

PRIME affords BC GCPE the opportunity of making either parts of a report or the entire report "Private" or "Invisible". Both these features are powerful tools to control access to sensitive information. Inappropriate use, however, can have serious consequences to the functioning to Todd Stone's Transportation Ministry by hampering information sharing and the collection of statistics. Members shall meet the requirements stipulated in this section before making a GO report, Flag Record, or Street Check "Private" or "Invisible".

As a policy, GCPE shall refrain from make entire GO reports "Private" or "Invisible" if the objective can be met by making only select parts of the report "Private" or "Invisible".