Monday, May 30, 2016

Microsoft getting pushier with Windows 10 upgrade?? If Car manufacturers did this they would be crushed

Today has been an absolute waste of time and energy because of Microsoft. For the past fourteen years with each successive purchase of a new and improved computer I've been the proud possessor of a Genuine Window program and today I, we, are being accused of being in possession of  property stolen from Microsoft.  Overnight a Microsoft Genuine Windows has gone to being Non-Genuine.

Windows 7,  Build 7601, This copy of Windows is not genuine

Microsoft's response to not going for Windows 10 is to turn the screen background to black on Windows 7.  Very annoying.  Takes all the colour out of my experience and leaves the door wide open as to what else will happen, next week, with the pressure sales bitch of Microsoft.

If I had known that there was a time limit on Microsoft products I would have chosen to pay only a Dollar, instead of FULL PRICE.   When a computer finally dies its always replaced with a bigger and better model, new software too.

Toronto Sun:  Microsoft getting pushier with Windows 10 upgrade 

SAN FRANCISCO -- Microsoft really, REALLY wants you to upgrade to Windows 10.

Since last summer, the tech giant has pushed and prodded PC owners to upgrade their machines to its latest Windows version. While the upgrade is currently free for most consumers with Windows PCs, critics say the company's heavy-handed nudging amounts to an "offer you can't refuse." ...... snip
"We understand you care deeply about what happens with your device. This is why - regardless of your upgrade path - you can choose to upgrade or decline the offer," Microsoft executive vice-president Terry Myerson wrote in a blog post.  .... snip

If Car manufacturers and suppliers tried this Microsoft stunt they end up like .....

 Takata Recall Affects Airbags in –— Million Vehicles  - Nasdaq

 bankrupt for the third time in a week under different names

Microsoft On the Rocks

Youtube   slmgr -rearm         REARM once per month for three months 

There is a Solution from Microsoft      kbprb kbsmbportal kberrmsg kbfield kbmsifixme KB2704233

To resolve this problem, use the following methods, depending on your scenario.

Scenario 1: Lack of permissions
The network service account has to have full control and read permissions in the following registry subkey:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Profilelist\S-1-5-20
The permissions may have been removed when a Plug and Play Group Policy Object (GPO) was applied.

To resolve the problem in this scenario, use method A or method B.

Method A: Edit the permissions of the Group Policy

  1. Determine the source of the policy. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. On the computer that is experiencing the Activation error message, run the Resultant Set of Policy wizard. To do this, click Start, type rsop.msc in the Search box, and then press Enter.
    2. In the navigation pane, expand the following containers: See image
      • Computer Configuration
      • Windows Settings
      • Security Settings
    3. In the navigation pane, click System Services.
    4. If the Plug and Play service is configured through a Group Policy setting, you see the GPO listed here with settings other than Not Defined. Additionally, you can see which GPO is applying this setting.
  2. Open the GPO that is identified in step 1, and then open the corresponding Group Policy setting.
  3. Click Edit Security, and then click Advanced.
  4. In the Advanced Security Settings for Plug and Play window, click Add, and then add the SERVICE account.
  5. Click OK.
  6. elect the following permissions in the Allow section, and then click OK:
    • Query template
    • Query status
    • Enumerate dependents
    • Interrogate
    • User-defined control
    • Read permissions
    Note These are the minimum required permissions.
  7. Run gpupdate /force after you apply the previous permissions to the Group Policy setting. To do this, click Start, type gpupdate /force in the Search box, and then press Enter.
  8. Make sure that the appropriate permissions are applied. To do this, click Start, type sc sdshow plugplay in the Search box, and then click OK.

    The following are the permissions that are applied to the Plug and Play service in the security descriptor definition language (SDDL):
    Note "(A;;CC LC SW LO CR RC ;;;SU" is an Access Control Entry (ACE) that allows the following rights to "SU" (SDDL_SERVICE – Service logon user):
    A: Access Allowed 
    CC: Create Child 
    LC: List Children 
    SW: Self Write 
    LO: List Object 
    CR: Control Access 
    RC: Read Control 
    SU: Service Logon User
    If there are no GPOs in place, the default registry permissions have been changed. To work around this problem, follow these steps:
    1. Start Registry Editor on the computer that is receiving the error message. To do this, click Start, type regedit in the Search box, and then press Enter.
    2. Right-click the registry key HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-20, and then click Permissions. See image
    3. If the NETWORK SERVICE is not present, click Add. See image
    4. In Enter the object names to select area, type network service, click Check Names, and then click OK. See image
    5. Click NETWORK SERVICE, and then select the Full Control and Read permissions. See image
    6. Click OK.
    7. Restart the computer.
    8. After you restart the computer, you may have to activate the copy of Windows. Complete the activation.

Method B: Disable the Plug and Play GPO

Note This method is intended for advanced computer users and cannot be performed on computers that are running Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Home Basic, or Windows 7 Starter. For help with advanced troubleshooting, ask your system administrator or Contact Microsoft.

To disable the Plug and Play GPO, follow these steps:
  1. Determine the source of the policy. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. On the computer that is experiencing the Activation error message, run the Resultant Set of Policy wizard. To do this, click Start, type rsop.msc in the Search box, and then press Enter.
    2. In the navigation pane, expand the following containers:
      • Computer Configuration
      • Windows Settings
      • Security Settings
    3. In the navigation pane, click System Services.
    4. If the Plug and Play service is configured through a Group Policy setting, you see the GPO listed here with settings other than Not Defined. Additionally, you can see which Group Policy is applying this setting.
  2. Disable the Group Policy settings and force the Group Policy to be reapplied. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Edit the Group Policy that is identified in Step 1 and change the setting to “Not Defined.” Or, follow the steps in Method A to add the required permissions for the Network Service account.
    2. Reapply the Group Policy setting. To do this, click Start, type gpupdate /force in the Search box, and then press Enter.

      Note You may have to restart the computer.

Scenario 2: Missing registry entries

One or more of the following registry subkeys is missing:
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Profilelist\S-1-5-18
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Profilelist\S-1-5-19
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Profilelist\S-1-5-20

To have us fix this problem in this scenario for you, go to the "Fix it for me" section. If you prefer to fix this problem yourself, go to the "Let me fix it myself" section.

Fix it for me

To fix this problem automatically, click the Fix it button or link. Then click Run in the File Download dialog box, and follow the steps in the Fix it wizard.

  • This wizard may be in English only. However, the automatic fix also works for other language versions of Windows.
  • If you are not on the computer that has the problem, save the Fix it solution to a flash drive or a CD and then run it on the computer that has the problem.

Then, go to the "Did this fix the problem?" section.

Let me fix it myself

To resolve this problem in this scenario, follow these steps:
  1. Copy the text below into a text editor such as Notepad, and then save the text file as Profilelist.reg.

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList\S-1-5-18]
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList\S-1-5-19]
    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileList\S-1-5-20]
  2. Merge profilelist.reg. To do this, right-click the file that you saved in step 1, and then click Merge.
  3. Restart the computer.
  4. Activate Windows.

Did this fix the problem?

  • Check whether the problem is fixed. If the problem is fixed, you are finished with this section. If the problem is not fixed, you can contact support.
  • We would appreciate your feedback. To provide feedback or to report any issues with this solution, please leave a comment on the "Fix it for me" blog or send us an email.

Advanced information

Because the Licensing service uses Plug and Play to obtain hardware ID information and binds the license to the computer, this setting can result in an activated system appearing to be out of tolerance. The default permissions of the Plug and Play policy do not grant the Licensing service the appropriate rights to access the Plug and Play service. The Licensing service runs under the Network Service account.
For more information about error 0x80070005, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2584824 Windows 7 displays "Windows is not Genuine" with an error code of 0x80070005
Article ID: 2704233 - Last Review: 11/02/2012 02:44:00 - Revision: 2.0

  • Windows 7 Professional
  • Windows 7 Enterprise
  • Windows 7 Ultimate
  • Windows Server 2008 Foundation
  • Windows Server 2008 Standard
  • Windows Server 2008 Enterprise
  • Windows Server 2008 Datacenter
  • Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-Based Systems


Sunday, May 29, 2016

Nova Scotia's Irving Shipbuilders OWNs Seaspan's North Vancouver Shipyard

How do we know this to be a FACT?

In amongst the East Coast Irving Shipbuilders Inc. Website is a 'C' Class British Columbia Ferry departing from the Horseshoe Bay terminal in West Vancouver.  In the background is Bowen Island to port, and Gambier Island to starboard.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

When MP Justin Trudeau crossed the floor was it to join the Conservative Vote or the Party?

Winston Churchill did it in 1904 and then crossed back again in 1924... but not as a Prime Minister

Crossing the floor: Wikipedia

In politics, crossing the floor is when a politician changes their allegiance or votes against their party in a Westminster system parliament. Crossing the floor may be voting against the approved party lines, or changing to a second party after being elected to a first party.


In video from the House, Trudeau is seen walking toward Brown in a crowd of MPs in the Commons aisle, taking his arm in an apparent effort to move Brown toward his seat. While doing so, he encountered Brosseau, who was also standing in the aisle and was seen physically reacting after the contact.

"I was trying to start the vote, the prime minister grabbed my arm. I immediately told the prime minister to let go of me — now," Brown said in a statement released later. "Immediately afterward, the prime minister went back down the aisle of the House to confront other members of opposition parties."

"I later told the prime minister he should NOT have gotten out of his seat," Brown added.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Translink Seabus: Beats, Meets or Fails Transport Canada and Canadian Coast Guard Standards?

Muster Stations  Transport Canada

Instruction upon departure, ..... is supposed to take place without any distractions eg. electronic wizardry, ear phones, cell phones, computers...   Every day thousands of Metro Vancouverites take the Seabus from the North Shore to Downtown and never has there been a moment of fear, which speaks well for Translink's safety record but what of the disaster scenarios.

Schools and Hospitals are required to have emergency evacuations, at least once a year.  Has the Seabus fleet tried? Passengers trying? Cyclists bikes blocking the life preservers under the seats at the bow and stern and the Children's life jacket lockers?

Should the 'Exit This Side' display be on during the whole crossing or only upon arriving?

The video instructions are all about How To properly don a life jacket.

Obviously the point of having Muster Stations is to ensure that the quickest means of egress from a vessel in distress is to save lives with a minimum of fuss.

There are NO lines drawn on the Seabus Vessels carpet indicating which is YOUR Muster Station.

Muster Station on Otter II
   Left side / Port side on Red Background

Muster Station on Otter II
  Right side / Starboard side on Green Background

For landlubbers: lump less letters together as opposed to more letters:
 Port/Left/Red    vs    Starboard/Right/Green

The one thing that is common to both are the trash cans blocking the Muster Station areas.  In a case of emergency where are the trash and recycling bins moved to?

Shouldn't the Muster Stations be clear of ALL obstacles at all times?

Which crew member has the duty to move them out of the way in an emergency?  Other than the daily news ..... newspapers being handed out before boarding in the morning, is there really a need for four garbage bins on board when there are more bins on the floating terminals, and are they subject to Canadian Coast Guard regulations along with Transport Canada regulations?
TransLink has 'Rules and Regulations' are for land base activities, but there's nothing published for the sea based activities.

  Sep 18 2009 - Rules and Regulations

Transport Canada   Minimum Standards   Safety 

Burrard Otter II

 We were asked to put these plastic booties on. I think it was so we wouldn’t puncture the raft.

The new SeaBus does a rescue exercise!

The Burrard Pacific Breeze enters the west dock on the north terminal.
The Burrard Pacific Breeze enters the west dock on the north terminal.
I got to participate in a rescue exercise with the new SeaBus yesterday morning!
SeaBus staff ran through its man overboard procedures, and ran a huge group of people through its emergency evacuation process. All the SeaBuses do these exercises every year! And we all were quite thankful for sunny weather yesterday, since we all had to sit in a rubber raft and get towed to shore.
The new SeaBus will hopefully be in service this December — it’s awaiting certification from Transport Canada, and this exercise was part of the federal tests.
Here’s some photos of the day, and a sneak peek of the new SeaBus interiors!

Everyone gets ready for the exercise.
Everyone gets ready for the exercise.
Staff from TransLink and CMBC volunteered for the exercise, and a big group of students from BCIT’s Marine Campus also joined in. Here we are meeting near one of the docks in the North Terminal.
A video of us boarding the new SeaBus! The seats are lovely!
The middle of the SeaBus.
The middle of the SeaBus.
The centre of the SeaBus features two long rows of seats now.
Plastic booties!
Plastic booties!
We were asked to put these plastic booties on. I think it was so we wouldn’t puncture the raft.
Near one end of the SeaBus.
Near one end of the SeaBus.
The seats at the front of the SeaBus. Notice the “Exit This Side” LED displays!
We sailed around in circles for a little while. An inspector from Transport Canada was on board, inspecting the engines and other things.

SeaBus's little friend!
One of the SeaBus folks explained that a small boat is kept on shore to help out when a SeaBus has any issues. For this exercise, the boat was following the new SeaBus, and it towed our life raft to shore when we all evacuated.
The man overboard exercise.
The man overboard exercise.
SeaBus staff performed a man overboard exercise. (Nobody actually went overboard, but they did run through the procedures.) The marine attendant was hooked to the SeaBus via an anchor in the doorway. I also saw blankets pulled out on board to warm up the person overboard once they were pulled in.
Life vests under the seats!
Life vests under the seats!
Then marine attendants guided us through the evacuation routine, and we all pulled out our life jackets from under the seats. They needed a bit of tugging but we got them out!

The reason for COMPASS cards..... missing body counts

Saturday, May 21, 2016

BC Liberals Multicultural Outreach used 'ethnic lens'

Investigation Report F13-04

Sharing of personal information as part of the Draft Multicultural  Strategic Outreach Plan: Government of British Columbia and the BC Liberal Party

Elizabeth Denham - Information and Privacy Commissioner of BC  August 1, 2013 
 There is an inherent potential for overlap of duties between certain government jobs, such as those individuals that work in minister’s offices and within the Office of the Premier, and with the governing party. This overlap makes it imperative that government and the BC Liberal Party provide training on, and ensure sufficient employee awareness of the privacy and access issues that can arise in such positions. My investigation indicates that government and the BC Liberal Party are not providing sufficient training to individuals within these roles and are therefore creating a substantial risk of misuse of personal information.

 I also believe that government is not effectively communicating to its employees the potential contraventions under FIPPA that occur when an individual sends information regarding government business to a personal email account. Further, the use of personal email accounts for government business can create the impression that government employees are attempting to evade access to information obligations and can create practical problems for government’s ability to retrieve emails from personal email accounts.

The BC Liberal Party implementation of their Multicultural Strategic Outreach Plan could have no better setting to grab prospective voters attention than in the social safety nets that are there to help those in need @    620 Royal Avenue, New Westminster, BC

Federal Government New Westminster Service Canada Centre  #201;
Mainland Communications #202,   Brian Bonney
Immigrant service #203 funded by the BC Liberal Government

What are the chances for a relatively new business finding the perfect setting to work with those in need?  Was there insider help?

Located in the heart of New Westminster, the Royal Avenue Centre offers tenants
convenience with its first-class location.
--Prominently located on Royal Avenue just west of Sixth Street
--Five-minute walk to both the Columbia and New Westminster SkyTrain stations
--Direct access to major bus routes
--Convenient access to Columbia Street, King George Boulevard and Pattullo Bridge
--Strategic location near Burnaby and Surrey

DownLoad Flyer Page 3 of 4

Mainland Communications for 2?  Looks more like a Political Party Black Op rendezvous


Draft Multicultural  Strategic Outreach Plan incorporated the use of the phrase 'ethnic lens' to sell their products to voters.

BC Liberals  'Ethnic Lens':  Christy again enters a fantastical world, this time by climbing through a mirror into the world that she can see beyond it.

What’s inside ‘the ethnic lens'?

Incorporating slum-dwelling migrants in Turin Vancouver.

Dr Giovanni Picker

The main conclusion is the that ethnic lens is not a static, de-contextualized object, but a particular prism that is constructed through situated forms of knowledge, assumptions, lay theories that are continually being produced and imposed about particular groups of migrants in particular cities.  Looking inside them is noteworthy because these situated forms of knowledge do not only strongly influence the local structures of migrants’ opportunity but they also shape, and are in turn mutually shaped by, categories of analysis.

This was the case in Turin, where slum-dwelling migrants in 2010 were addressed by governance actors representing them as either morally good (prone to work and get out of marginality) or morally bad (deviant or potentially criminal) and aiming to help them find a ‘normal’ place in the local society. That polarization, as I showed, follows a racializing logic, thus it can be seen as the result of wearing a ‘racial lens’. 


Your tax dollars promoting the sale of private property ....... @ 620 Royal Avenue

Trade and Invest British Columbia Office 620 Royal Avenue for lease

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Special Possecutor for Bonney Closes the NO CONTACT stable door after the horses have bolted three years ago

No contact or communications directly or indirectly with Pavan Bahia, Shannon Baskerville, Barinder Bhullar, Harry Bloy, Primrose Carson, Pato Chan, Clara Chow, Kelly Gleeson, Kim Haakstad, Michael Lee, Fiera Lo, Jeff Melland, Sepideh Sarrafpour, Barbara Spitz, Sara Welch, Ann Ae Kyong Woo, John Yap, Maureen Yelovatz, Bill Yuen, or Deb Zerr.

Cassidy Olivier
For three years those named above could have been in conversation directly or indirectly.

Monday, May 16, 2016

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Do NOT Shake, Rattle or Roll when it comes to Releasing 'Ralph' c/w radioactive tracking 'toe nail' polish


According to Rubio, "The most widely accepted hypothesis for the evolution of the rattle is that the rattle is a warning device for predatory animals that might be a threat to the rattlesnake. It produces a signal to drive them away."

The rattle is composed of a series of hollow, interlocked segments made of keratin, which are created by modifying the scales that cover the tip of the tail. The contraction of special "shaker" muscles in the tail causes these segments to vibrate against one another, making the rattling noise (which is amplified because the segments are hollow). The muscles that cause the rattle to shake are some of the fastest known, firing 50 times per second on average, sustained for up to three hours.

At birth, a “prebutton” is present at the tip of the snake's tail; it is replaced by the “button” several days later when the first skin is shed. However, no sound can be made by the rattle until a second segment is added when the skin is shed again.  A new rattle segment is added each time the snake sheds its skin, and the snake may shed its skin several times a year, depending on food supply and growth rate.

Rattlesnakes travel with their rattles held up to protect them from damage, but in spite of this precaution, their day-to-day activities in the wild still cause them to regularly break off end segments. Because of this, the age of a rattlesnake is not related to the number of rattles on its tail.

One of the differentiating features of males and females is the males have thicker and longer tails (because they contain the inverted hemipenes). Also, the tails of males taper gradually from the body, whereas the tails of females narrow abruptly at the vent.

Just a thought here, but, no rattlesnake is a perfect, they don't all have rattles that we love to hear as a warning shot to jump, flight or fight.  Predominately, the rattlesnakes that end up being hunted down, do have rattles.   Evolutionary ????? elimination of the 'fittest' rattlesnakes will be replaced by the rattlesnake without a rattle.

No warning, more deaths, no flight, no fight.

Of course not all of the rattlesnakes with rattles will ever be hunted down to extinction, but evolution is a funny thing.....

Thursday, May 12, 2016

John Horgan: Does anyone in the Premier's staff receive stipends from the B.C. Liberal Party? Christy Clark: I take it he's talking about me.

Remuneration definition:  money paid for work or a service.

Remunerative definition:  financially rewarding; lucrative

Brian Bonney?????   Received 100% of his salary from his OIC appointment in the Premier's Office during the Ethnic Scandal in 2013 (still before the courts) but then the in-house investigator, John Dyble, saw to it that BC Liberal Party Leader Christy Clark ..... cut a cheque and handed it over to Premier Christy Clark to deposit in the BC Treasury...... because Bonney was only working 50% of the time for each entity.  ouch....  Are there any other skeletons in the closets?

 Outside Remunerative and Volunteer Work 
Political staff may hold jobs outside government, carry on a business, receive remuneration from public funds for activities outside their position, or engage in volunteer activities provided it does not:

• interfere with the performance of their employment duties;
• bring the government into disrepute;
• represent a conflict of interest or create the reasonable perception of a conflict of interest;
• appear to be an official act or to represent government opinion or policy;
• involve the unauthorized use of work time or government premises, services, equipment, or supplies; or
• gain an advantage that is derived from their employment with the Province of BC. 

Political staff who are appointed as directors or officers of Crown corporations are not to receive any additional remuneration beyond the reimbursement of appropriate travel expenses except as approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council.
 Merv Adey's Post  @

"Chief Ken Rea made the request directly to me" - Christy Clark

Which led us to see if there was another Brian Bonney working both sides of the table

Hansard Blues

J. Horgan: I thank the Premier for that.

There's a regulation change: regulation 211/2014, B.C. reg 67/2014, Public Service Act, Standards of Conduct for Political Staff Regulation. It says "Outside remuneration and volunteer work.
Political staff may hold jobs outside government, carry on a business, receive remuneration from public funds for activities outside their position, or engage in volunteer activities provided it does not interfere with the performance… bring the government into disrepute, represent a conflict of interest…" and a number of other caveats as well.  I'm wondering if the Premier can advise if any of her staff hold outside positions.

Hon. C. Clark: I'm not aware of any staff members violating the code the member has talked about.

J. Horgan: That wasn't the question. The question was: do any of her staff hold outside positions?

Hon. C. Clark: Not that I'm aware of, if I'm understanding the question correctly.

J. Horgan: The question was…. After reading the regulation change that said that political staff may hold jobs outside…. Maybe I'll be more specific. Does anyone in the Premier's staff receive stipends from the B.C. Liberal Party?

Hon. C. Clark: I take it he's talking about me.

I'm not aware of that happening in my office with any staff members.

J. Horgan: If I can be clear, then, the Premier does not believe that any of the staff working in her office receive stipends from the B.C. Liberal Party. Is she aware of any of the staff in her office holding any other positions, running a business or a consultancy?

Hon. C. Clark: No.

Are we waiting for the other shoe to drop? 

Ben James works for whom?   

a Ben James works for us!!!! in the Government Caucus or is it the BC Liberal Party
Director of Communication
Ben James bad mouthing Members of the Legislative Assembly??? on our dime??  Madam Speaker, Madman Speaker.....


Who else uses Twitter in the Office?

Shane Mills

Lorne Mayencourt

Brooke Cannon

Jordan Grimsud

Tracy Grimsud

Dave Paulson

Doug Secord

Marc Wang

Morida Weatherly

MLA David Eby on Ben James (not an MLA but paid for by taxpayers from Christy Clark purse) 
Publicly funded BC government Director of Communications .... Ben James

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

BC Children and Youth Representative takes Caution; Speaker throws Caution to the Wind

BC Speaker Linda Reid didn't approach the Representative For Children and Youth with Caution?


Who else had access to the Report?

Clerk of the Legislative Assembly?

Chair, Select Standing Committee on Children and Youth?

...... Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond blasted Speaker Linda Reid in a letter, demanding the Liberal MLA in charge of the legislative assembly take back criticisms she levied over the early public release of a report from the Office of the Representative for Children and Youth.

Reid had chastised Turpel-Lafond in the legislature on Tuesday, saying the independent children’s officer had been disrespectful by posting a report on her website several days before it could be tabled in the house for MLAs to read, as is the longstanding practice in the province. She accused Turpel-Lafond of contempt of Parliament.

Turpel-Lafond initially responded by insinuating the Speaker’s office leaked confidential information about the report to the Ministry of Children and Family Development, and warning she felt intimidated and bullied. .... Snip

Who else received copies of the Report sent to the Speaker?
Submitted Cover Letter
pc:   Craig James
pc:   Jane Thornthwaite

News Release from Representative

Tuesday, May 10, 2016


Monitoring the monitors  - Laila Yuile

Is this sort of data available by an FOI request?

Is this the sort of data that the GCPE spends tax dollars on daily?  YES

Is George Gretes still working for the BC Liberals?  Possibly, after all, they need someone, anyone, with experience in triple deleting.

Hidden within the document, in HTML, is a note on how to handle the information, to 'Anyone'

Do Not Forward This E-mail To Anyone

In Laila's own words
A little funny thing happened on the blog today I thought I’d share because it’s another one of those things many people don’t know about government. They monitor media and not only do they monitor it, they rate it.

I often get incoming links from their daily rounds when a blog post or tweet has caught their attention but when you click on that link it always takes you back to a log-in page so you can’t actually see their list for whatever ministries list you are on.

Today though, something different happened. I clicked back on their incoming link and it took me directly to that page which shows the lists of things they monitored, including a tweet  where I linked to the recent Port Mann bridge story from Integrity BC.

This is the link, soon to be dead I’m sure:


Monday, May 9, 2016

Mount Polley Mining Corporation Application to Amend Environmental Assessment Certificate: Conditions 3

April 13, 2016 

What's the matter with just not amending anything? Oh wait, Bill Bennett and Mary Polak have agreed to make the changes, or resign.
Proposed Amendments


October 1992

Friday, May 6, 2016

Christy Clark's BC Liberals cash cows: All Registered within the National Pollutant Release Inventory

Yes Christy, there is this way to make a correlation between polluters and donations to your political party, and look statistically at how much, by the year, via Elections BC 'FRPC' aka Financial Reports Political Contribution system, as to how much has been collected.

This Post is not to do with 'Pollutant Releases Inventory' but it is an easy way to see where the industry of Mining is occurring, and therefore the Names of the companies which donates, possibly, to a party of their choice, the decision makers, those that write the laws of our Province.

Canada's National Pollutant Release Inventory  just all seems ready made to bring it all together, like a glove, handouts accepted gladly.
The National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) is Canada's legislated, publicly-accessible inventory of pollutant releases and transfers. For 2012, over 300 substances were listed on the NPRI and over 7,000 facilities reported to the program.

These Google Earth™ map layers were created by Environment Canada to show the location of facilities reporting to the NPRI and their pollutant release, disposal and recycling information for 2012.

The icons for facilities are colour-coded according to industrial sector. Click on a facility name or "Placemark" to see a summary of reported release, disposal, and recycling information for that facility. To search by name for specific facilities that reported to the NPRI, type "CTRL+F" and enter the facility name into the search option box.

For more information on how to use this map layer, please see the 
NPRI Map Layers for use with Google Earth™ page.

Close up on Fort St. John:

Standing back and looking at British Columbia and Alberta (contributors to BC Liberal Party) the big spenders are coming to spread their yellow colour, oh wait, they're already here.  No wonder Alberta is broke.

Click on a dot in the NPRI Google Map and the reports are presented:

For example: Vancouver Island's   Catalyst  contributed   $16,100.00 to the BC Liberals

For example Mount Polley's  Imperial Metals     $186,300.00

For example  Kinder Morgan's Sulphur at mouth of Burrard Inlet   .... no sulphur listed
   but FRPC:     $28,888.00

Andrew Coyne: Wynne shamed into campaign financing changes while Clark just shrugs