(Until a successive 21st Century P.M. to 'Ambassador' Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)  Tories A. Scheer and NDP are MIA in that regard.



JUDICIAL LIES PILED ON TOP OF JUDICIAL LIES = CASE LAW for the Employee's Case(Canada) employeescasecanada.ca

BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’ in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial malfeasance (32 year unresolved 'standing case' legal matter in 'illicit' West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off in 1985 under the imposed BILL 35) now known judicially as ‘the cluster-fuck case’ which has been through 15 different court systems and over 50 judges. No compensation has been paid (includes pension rights which are held up as further blackmail  for 10 years now). The current challenge is to this Employer precedent setting theme from the Employee's Case: 'If you do not accept what we offer in compensation for lay-off; you will get nothing at all' (The WV School Trustee's 'Final Solution'); a position supported by over 50 judges (including the Supreme Court of Canada on 4 occasions and sanctioned by an indolent P. M. Trudeau) Recently, Ontario CUPE won $56 million dollars for its education workers on the same challenge that I have relating to the rights of courts to oversee imposed legislation including and apart from the collective bargaining rules as well in my case.



A) 'We have a Charter of Rights and Freedoms...when governments, regardless of which stripe, do not defend those rights, Canadians have to pay. I hope people take notice of this. I hope people  are "angered that governments violated people's fundamental rights. ...And I hope people remember to demand of governments, this one and all future governments, that nobody ever has their fundamental rights violated." 'Justin Trudeau

on Thursday, Oct. 26, defending a $31 million payout to three men falsely accused of terrorism who were later detained and tortured in Syria. Comment: The height of Trudeau's shameless hypocrisy. (Nobody punished)

B) 'If you must play, decide upon three things at the start: , the rules of the game, the stakes, and the quitting time'  Everyone Lies  A.D. Garrett    Comment: When I was first laid off under the Imposed BILL 35, the only B.C. Teacher so afflicted; in answer to a colleague as to how long would this legal matter take, I responded:

"3 months, 3 years, 30 years...what difference does it make, I am not going anywhere. Besides, I am already flat on my back so that the only way is up. modification 32 years later 'I am still flat on my back with this difference; the entire edifice of the Canadian Justice System has collapsed over me. I feel like a Mexican earthquake victim!'

C) ' He asked the question in lawyerese curt and wordy at the same time, conventions of a profession which valued precision but billed by the hour.'  The Red Road Denise Mina   Comment: Nova Scotia Justice, Suzanne Hood (458698 Apr.2017) put an end to the credibility of the 'Book of Authorities'  for all Canada, little of which is used in court but a key source of billable time nonsense.

D) 'Why is there so much focus on disclosures asked Deborah?'   "The old adage is true that you manage what you measure," said Jean. "Getting disclosure (in law read that habeas corpus) actually gets us one step towards being able to understand the risks in our portfolio. So, we're not looking for them to just disclose all information. We're really looking for material information." Pension News  Comment: In short, 'no tickee, no laundee' For 32 years I have been denied disclosure by a conspiracy of Employer, Union (my copy!) and judges across Canada. In short, anywhere else in the world's democracies, there can be 'no process without judgment' except in Canada = anarchy for any Justice System depends on it credibility for its existence; something Canada has lost hence my signature: 'The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice system due to systematic Judicial malfeasance



1) The position of Governor General, traditionally a British connection, is a titular position and, as such, depends on the power of persuasion.

2) The request here comes under the appeal 'we, the people'. In short, Canada and Canadians have a right to a fair and equitable Justice System. The above 32 year unresolved legal case is, regrettably, reflective of a widespread sub rosa state of affairs which may be paralleled to the Harvey Weinstein sexual scandal in the U.S. which has heralded decades of employer abuse which went unchecked until recently. PLACARD: I HAVE BEEN HARVEY WEINSTEINED BY THE CANADIAN JUSTICE SYSTEM

3) On November 24, a Nova Scotia judge will determine the merits in a short teleconferencing call as to whether the constitutional question regarding court oversight over imposed legislation is applicable or not.

4) The inclination of the Nova Scotia Justice System to date has illustrated a hopelessly 'out of touch' judiciary and government. For example there was no response from the oversight body to which I referred Justice Suzanne Hood's highly questionable action of Apr.07-2017 (458698) PLACARD: THERE ARE NO CANADIAN OVERSIGHT BODIES

5) Whatever the panel's decision on the constitutional question is secondary to me but paramount to all Canadians as in future, all legislation will be imposed thus making Parliaments and the courts redundant. The trick here, is to get the presiding judge to permit this all-important examination. In short, one judge holds the future of democratic Canada in his hands.

6) For myself, I have other options - Canada does not. Currently, the West Vancouver School Board (assisted by an anti-employee media boycott) maintains court actions have no validity over imposed legislation. (The B.C. courts quashed the arbitration against my senior teacher lay-off in 1985 ruling the arbitrator to be patently unreasonable.) If the court oversight does not apply; then I ask the B.C. Government to provide me with compensation according to the terms of BILL 35.



7) I haven't the foggiest notion as to what you can do although this letter has the effect of placing you on an iceberg in the Atlantic as you watch the arrival of the SS Titanic Canadian Justice System.


Yours truly,  Roger Callow  November 01-2017


NOVEMBER 02-2017





'It's amazing, Keller thinks, the human capacity - perhaps born of need - to establish a sense of normalcy in the most abnormal conditions. They live in a virtual war zone, under a constant state of threat, and yet they've evolved into doing the little routines that make up normal life....

"It's the new journalism"...Some call it the democratization of journalism, others might call it anarchy. The problem is there's no accountability...there is no editing process to separate fact from mere rumor....'

The Cartel  Don Winslow


COURT CLERK: Hear ye, Hear ye, in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court on November 29 in the year of our Lord 2017, called to address the constitutional question as to whether the courts of law have oversight authority over imposed government legislation.  Justice Two Feathers presiding.


TWO FEATHERS: Come up to my side bar, Outlawed Canadian, as you call yourself but I will merely refer to you as Outlaw; not a bad moniker for what you've done to Justice in Canada. You don't mind if I speak directly to you do you? (If you do, it will be the first time in 32 years that a judge has so spoken. Outlaw)

1) You look the academic sort so I will leap to the chase with Dostoevsky's Grand Inquisitor whom patiently explains in a monologue to his prisoner just how he has messed things up before the authorities with his Second Coming... much like you challenging the court's 'non-decision' by yattering 'there can be no process without judgment'.

2) In short, who is going to run the world - the vested authorities which in Canada, means the court system of (bless her ermine robes) Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin or, the 'troublemakers' ? Unless you are a George Washington with reams of teacher followers (where are they, anyway?) , don't even think it.

3) Yeah, I read your list of judicial yobos assigned to fall on their sword in this case...they are merely doing what they do on a daily basis on 'individual' cases  although, when viewed in totality, they have revealed themselves as just that - yobos.

4) So balanced against hordes of angry teachers is my duty not to bring the law into disrepute...which surely would happen if I permitted the constitutional question to be heard thus exposing the rear ends of over 50  past judges on this matter to contumely...and that would never do....

5) It is the business of the courts to make business for themselves as evidenced by the recent CUPE $54 Million Educational win in Ontario on essentially the same constitutional question (I know, I know, your case expands beyond mere 'collective bargaining rules'). While the courts are backlogged with Family Matters which, while not a shooting war like Mexico above, nonetheless, is a war with an ever growing human toll in Canada... but back to my point; the above case took 5 years earning massive doses of legal billable time fees for the respected brethren of our judicial fraternity.

6) Now if I follow you correctly, you wish to ride up on your tricycle and do the same 'court thingy' at a fraction of the cost. May I refer you to the deceased Gerald Bull story and what happened to him when - with his giant gun - he was going to launch spaceships without the need of all that firecracker Cape Canaveral infrastructure which is still covered regularly today on TV as a reminder to little future 'outlaw' Gerald Bulls?

7) So if I step in the judicial 'doo-doo' as you would have me do; all hell will break out - NOT.  From a philosophic point of view, you must realize if an issue falls in the middle of a forest and there is no media to report on it, does it exist? Of course not, the novel above is proof positive of that point as well as the Canadian media boycott on your national story.

8) The real question is why the courts would reduce themselves to oblivion by approving of the right of governments to play an end game around the courts. But here's the point; we are not going to let that court hearing take place for if I prohibit this case from going forward leaving the status quo; namely, an open situation where powerful forces may use the courts to their own end as long as we judges permit it; the Canadian Justice system sails on despite your claims of systematic malfeasance. For 32 years, you have not been permitted nor should you expect to be permitted to 'have your day in court'. In short, it is a truism that in the halls of Justice, all justice is indeed in the halls and no schmuck will ever be permitted to prove otherwise. End of sermon. End of outlaw...at least in this court although I recognize you have other equally nasty alternatives.


The Preceding was written on November 02 in a bid to find that one professional Canadian teacher (union leaders omitted) willing to create a blog: TEACHERS AGAINST IMPOSED LEGISLATION  which would operate apart from the Employee's Case. Time is fast running out, teachers. Think of the alternative....


cc Governor General Julie Payette


NOVEMBER 09-2017


1) The story of Alberta teacher lay-off in the microcosm is the macrocosm for all Canadian provinces and, as such, should be of considerable interest for all of Canada's provincial professional teachers.

2) As matters now stand, all public schools across Canada are 'good' schools in that teachers are remunerated on much the same scale in all schools. That is in stark contrast with the U.S. with their charter and un-organized school patterns prompting the young student asking President Obama at his inauguration in 2008; 'How do I get into a good school'? The generalized answer is to live in the city and avoid like the plaque ghetto or rural school environments. Yet the Fraser Institute would promote such a balkanization  of our school system. AB Tory leader Jason Kenney would lean this way.

3) One thing that the Fraser Institute is correct on is that our current public education system is financially unsustainable. For example in Ontario, education costs have gone up 80% -most for teachers salaries - in the past decade where school enrolment has declined 5%.

4) For the bean counters, it makes for good logic to lay off one senior teacher for the price of keeping two beginning teachers; a difficult task considering how the collective bargaining rules are structured. Hence the importance of imposed government legislation. Currently the case in NS is over just that constitutional question; namely, do the courts have oversight over imposed legislation? The West Vancouver School Board in the 1985 senior teacher lay-off of this writer declares in the negative (imposed BILL 35) and refuses (for 32 years now including pension rights) to pay any compensation with the support of over 50 judges in 8 out of 10 provinces including 4 inconsequential trips to the Supreme Court of Canada which continually ignores  the issue preferring to keep their heads stuck in the sand.

5) In brief, imposed legislation works around the courts. For example, a teacher could receive his or her lay-off notice in the middle of summer or any other time of year. One non-teacher, CBC Gian Ghomeshi sued the CBC directly in another version of lay-off for no reason and due to the high publicity, shamed the Union into supporting his case for sexual harassment which he won. All the Union got out of the matter was a huge legal bill. They went ballistic when yet another women contemplated suing Ghomeshi. In short, Union leaders understandably do not want expensive court cases hence the 'sweetheart deal' to which I was subjected where the Union even joined forces against me with the employer in B.C. courts seeking a resolution.

6) That is why it is imperative for a professional teacher in Canada to set up an independent web site NOW, not later: TEACHERS AGAINST IMPOSED LEGISLATION

7) The effect of breaking seniority provisions would be devastating to the teaching profession. What teacher, it needs be asked, would make teaching a career if he or she is to be laid off at age 50; just when family expenses are at their height and with employers in other fields looking to promote from within? I can vouch for that story and I am not alone in that regard.

8) Amalgamations such as the Ottawa and Carlton School Districts in 1999 was seamless with a new seniority listing posted at a time when there were no teacher lay-offs. Closure of School Districts is another story e.g. (retiring) SK Premier Brad Wall sought to close down the Catholic High School in Spirit River which accommodated all students in the area. Section 93 of the BNA Act gives protection to Roman Catholics although it is to be noted that NL & the Catholic province of QC now only have public school boards. B.C., due to late entry into Confederation, never had a separate public Catholic School Board.

9) In 1972, the long established Social Credit Party was defeated by the NDP due, according to Premier WAC Bennett, to the teacher's 'apple campaign' castigating the government. The explanation lies in the fact that teachers are found everywhere in the province and, in many communities, are in positions of leadership.

10) Notley appears to be following this scheme by promising not to close Catholic Schools which abound in AB. In Ontario, John Tory lost an election, largely with his promise of giving concessions in the public school arena to Jews. His successor, Tim Hudak, made war on civil servants, claiming to rid 100,000 civil servant jobs if elected...he wasn't. While AB & SK have had a prosperous year due to higher natural resources prices; that has not translated into significant re-employment. Newer methods in the petroleum field are making the tar sands obsolete. The clean up costs question whether this area should ever have been developed. While pipelines would create much employment; Companies are recasting their priorities and currently, are prepared to stay with rail shipments. Recently, Notley declared the opening of new schools in Calgary and Edmonton with closures spotted throughout the province...it sounds like a hornet's nest is brewing. Even more reason to organize TEACHERS AGAINST IMPOSED LEGISLATION



10) In the early 1970's due to an aging population, West Vancouver was forced to close some schools. While teacher lay-offs were threatened; they were avoided. For example, one beginning English teacher was offered a P.E. assignment if she wished to remain employed. She took it. Early retirement without penalty was another successful option.

11) In labour law, a second person must be named in the event of the success of a first lay-off victim which explains why both employers and union leaders have a vested interest in the 'sweetheart deal'. That's why every lay-off victim should hire his or her own lawyer paid out of his own pocket ($10,000?) if he or she wishes to contest a lay-off.

12) In my case, the youngest staff member in West Vancouver was named but it does not have to happen that way under imposed legislation. Currently, for example, a new teacher must have two qualifying years for an elementary teaching certification in Ontario. Hence, in a lay-off situation, that teacher could be considered senior to a long time teacher with one years background. Or an employed English teacher could be pitted against an unemployed French teacher on the grounds that there is a need for the French teacher making the English teacher redundant.


13) I don't know what more that I can do than I am already doing. Over to you, professional teachers of Canada. Focus is now on the constitutional question in NS court on November 29 regarding imposed legislation; the single most important legal case in Canadian jurisprudence. SEE web: NS oral 469918 ...and MAKE NOISE !


cc Gov.Gen. Julie Payette



(Until a successive 21st Century P.M. to 'Ambassador' Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada) 

Tories A. Scheer and NDP are MIA in that regard.


JUDICIAL LIES PILED ON TOP OF JUDICIAL LIES = CASE LAW for the Employee's Case(Canada) employeescasecanada.ca

BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’ in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial malfeasance (32 year unresolved 'standing case' legal matter in 'illicit' West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off in 1985 under the imposed BILL 35) now known judicially as ‘the cluster-fuck case’ which has been through 15 different court systems and over 50 judges. No compensation has been paid (includes pension rights which are held up as further blackmail  for 10 years now). The current challenge is to this Employer precedent setting theme from the Employee's Case: 'If you do not accept what we offer in compensation for lay-off; you will get nothing at all' (The WV School Trustee's 'Final Solution'); a position supported by over 50 judges (including the Supreme Court of Canada on 4 occasions and sanctioned by an indolent P. M. Trudeau) Recently, Ontario CUPE won $56 million dollars for its education workers on the same challenge that I have relating to the rights of courts to oversee imposed legislation including and apart from the collective bargaining rules as well in my case.


QUOTE:  '...Not making light of those suffering, but often I have wondered why all the problems of the world are Canada's problem. Canada cannot solve every country's problems as we clearly have our own, which for the most part, fall on deaf ears....' Letter to the editor


C/O Kelly Knight Craft / U.S. Ambassador to Canada

1) As U.S. President, you never had a sufficient 'learning curve' such as I did with my 32 years effort. Your speech against illicit drug use was one such presidential success but one good speech 'does not a president make'.

2) But my point here is not to focus on the  U.S. per se but on Canada and an earlier warning I sent you regarding the dissolute nature of Canada's courts and tribunals; a long standing problem and now revealed through the unique features of the unresolved  Employee's Case. In that bid, I called for you to warn international commercial interests about the dangers of dealing with Canadian Courts of law.

3) Recently, Canada passed the Magnitsky Act, in which individuals whom breached human rights could be sanctioned such as Canada's sanction of the Chief Justice of Venezuela under this code. Under this code also passed in the U.S., you could and should sanction Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin due for retirement this December after a lengthy term of office where she looms large on judicial malfeasance in the Employee's Case: PLACARD  IMPEACH SCofC BEVERLEY MCLACHLIN . It would be a piece of irony if Russia's Putin, through a process I label 'reverse osmosis', was to invoke Canada's own Magnitsky Act against her.

4) Other Candidates for the application of the Magnitsky Act are Premiers Brian Pallister for Manitoba and John Horgan of British Columbia  (whom recently replaced the corrupt Christy Clarke government which was the source of seeing this writer expelled from B.C. courts on Deputy Justice Alistair Cullen's own recognizance, without taking argument, or quoting any laws in 2013 forcing me into other courts in 8 provinces out of 10 to seek remedy in this unresolved labour matter. Both premiers have been kept apprised of legalities in their respective provinces in which the courts of law do not even acknowledge the actions laid in their respective courts.

5) The action laid in MB is modeled on the $10 million plus apology (recently an additional $30 million was assigned to three others for similar reasons) to Arar, a former child prisoner of the U.S. in Guantanamo. The difference with my case is that I request an apology for 32 years of judicial abuse from the federal government with this difference; I only request a token $1 in payment.

6) Of far greater importance currently than the two above provincial calamities is the looming catastrophe in Nova Scotia #469918 November 29 (1/2 hour by teleconferencing) in which a Justice will decide whether or not to forward the constitutional question regarding court oversight over imposed legislation such as B.C.'s BILL 35 (1985). The West Vancouver School Trustees refuse to recognize the action of the B.C. courts in quashing the arbitration regarding my lay-off because no causal factor was shown, including a ruling in that decision the arbitrator to be patently unreasonable. Without a judgment, those School Trustees do not feel obligated to pay any compensation. Should the presiding NS justice refuse to forward this constitutional question to a panel of specialists, I call upon the Governor General of Canada, Julie Payette, to take those steps necessary to invoke the Magnitsky Act ...or resign.

7) The Civil Liberties Association which ignored this case in the past, has seen fit to make a presence in the challenge a niqab wearing woman is making to QC legislation recently banning face coverings in public (includes universities p.s. did you know that Egypt has a similar student ban as they consider the niqab a matter of Saudi Arabian imperialism?) At any rate, I have invited them to provide a presence in a far greater challenge than the one in QC. The courts of law in Canada will become redundant if they do not hear this all-important constitutional question in NS on November 29-2017.

8) Time is fast running out for that professional Canadian teacher or administrator prior to the NS hearing to create an independent blog: TEACHERS AGAINST IMPOSED LEGISLATION. All organized labour plus provincial governments under federal aegis are vulnerable.

9) Will POTUS fill the vacuum left by the cowardice of Canadians and their institutions? Or will it be left to some other nefarious source?


cc Governor General Julie Payette

     Premiers Pallister (MB) and Horgan (BC)


NOVEMBER 18-2017


1) So why has President Trump gone quiet on further revelations on the 1963 Kennedy assassination - blackmail by Trump? The story is best told in ex-CIA's Barry Eisler's Inside Out (2010) with his 'second shooter' using an identical weapon to Harvey Oswald and making the kill shot to Kennedy's  brain. That brain disappeared from Air Force 1 on its return to Washington from Dallas so that the autopsies from Dallas and Washington differ radically.

2) Currently, a tabloid is making much of FBI's Edgar Hoover's supposed role in the assassination. The point here is that Kennedy tried to fire Hoover but failed as Hoover had evidence on Kennedy's womanizing (which would have in those days cost him the 1964 election). Brother and Attorney General, Bobby Kennedy, called in the Hearst newspaper chain and threatened them if they reported on Kennedy's peccadilloes. I remember the agreed on statement in the paper of those days...A high level White House staff member has been accused of sexual improprieties. The topic was quickly buried.

3) Trump's womanizing considering modern morales was being overlooked until the Harvey Weinstein exposure which has led to a dirth of women publicizing their complaints on this level now including Donald Trump.

4) I am not re-entering the stock market in 2018 as business can tolerate almost anything - wars, famine, depressions, etc. - but not uncertainty which surely characterizes the U.S. today. In this respect, Trump has become a 'hollow man' as his policies are accentuating uncertainty rather than eliminating it which surely should be the goal of any sitting President. If the Democrats had any sense, they would fill the void by appointing former V.P. Joe Biden to be their interim leader (much like Canada's Tory Party appointed Rona Ambrose as a temporary leader until the election of a new leader.)


NOVEMBER 24-2017



BY: The Outlawed Canadian (Roger Callow) in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial malfeasance in a 32 year unresolved labour matter where no compensation has been paid. Over 50 judges including the Supreme Court of Canada on 4 occasions are culpable to a level and degree never experienced in Canadian Jurisprudence. PLACARD: I HAVE BEEN (metaphorically) HARVEY WEINSTEINED BY THE CANADIAN COURTS OF LAW.



1) Where to begin as there are many starting points. Similar to the Weinstein capers, these sexual escapades are not isolated as evidenced by many recent revelations of male managers abusing their position and being protected by management at the expense of female complainants whom are oftentimes dismissed for making the complaint in the first place. Similarly, in the Employees Case, abuses abound in the Justice System of Canada and have been exposed by the 32 year Employee's Case although a media boycott stands between public knowledge and the revelations made in this catastrophic legal disaster augmented by  indolent government oversight; basically, none.

2) The entertainer, Bill Cosby, is an example of the Weinstein movement. He has never been convicted - even winning a case with DNA evidence against a woman who falsely accused him of being his love child. No matter, the public through the media have been judge, jury, and executioner in his case and he has been deprived of many appointments.

3) Over a decade ago in Ottawa, the Ottawa Citizen published on page 1, three photos of individuals whom were exhonerated by courts of law for alleged sexual improprieties. One photo showed a male teacher with his wife and child as the judge did not believe the 14 year old male complainant. The second was my chiropractor who is in the difficult position in being deliberately blackmailed by new female clients who make it a business of this type of thing. I forget the story behind the third individual.

4) The key to all the above examples relate to 'he said, she said' type of situations where there are no witnesses. Legal firms are in the habit of buying off such complainants.


5) In June of 1985 when I was laid off from my senior high school teaching position in West Vancouver, B.C., there was a high-profile story of an elementary school principal pedophile under medical care (since re-located to Ottawa where he counsels pedophiles in a hospital setting). I was told that just being accused of such sexual impropriety meant the end to a teaching career. For this reason, I asked a reporter to point out that no improper behaviour was evidenced in my case. 'Good point', he stated, and graciously included that feature. (I was merely a 'nincompoop of a teacher' according to the media of the day. SEE web: RED NECK MEDIA)

6) Pedophiles in the school system, the church and such organizations as the Boy Scouts are still a problem although steps are being made to eradicate it.  For example, much is made of the mistreatment of Canada's indigenous population in boarding schools with little mention of the problem in all boarding schools. Even Pakistan has a serious problem with its Muslim clerics. In Ontario, the creation of the Teacher's College in 1990 went a long way to eradicating the problem in the schools. I see in the media  that the teachers unions in New York and New Jersey still hush up these stories. Now the focus relates to the entertainment business.

7) The smartest thing I ever did was not to take the stand. Why?, I asked the union lawyer, (part of the sweetheart deal), I have nothing to do with lay-off numbers. Oh, just so he can see what you are like. I should have dismissed that lawyer when he refused to put the School Trustees on the stand and testify (perjure themselves) as to lay-off numbers which actually showed an increase in both staff and students. That is why anyone thinking of challenging a dismissal should hire an employment lawyer paid out of his or her own funds ($10,000?) to parallel the actions of the union lawyer. Remember, the union is out to protect union interests which are not necessarily the same as individual client interests.

8) The point to be made here is that such as the Employee's Case is based on verifiable facts (which the courts ignore with abandon) and does not come under the unverified 'he said, she said' common to sexual assaults. In general, expect the judges to be in the back-pocket of powerful influences knowing that they have the power and money to appeal; the individual does not. It is only through a unique concatenation of events which has permitted me to challenge the entire Canadian Justice System (on my own if the failure of teachers to MAKE NOISE for this key constitutional question regarding court oversight of imposed legislation to be heard in N.S. on NOV. 29). That question defines Canada and Canadians but where are they?...conspicuous by their absence. Oh well, I am not a coward.



November 22-2017 

via e-mail: donna.vickery@courts.ns.ca  Nov.27 SECOND REQUEST by fax: 902-424-0524


TO: NS Supreme Court Scheduling Office      FROM: Roger Callow -self-represented litigant

       ATTN: Donna Vickery-scheduling officer #2001-1285 Cahill Dr. E.     

       Halifax Law Courts                                               Ottawa, ON K1V 9A7

       1815 Upper Water Street                                    fax: 613-521-1739

       Halifax, NS  B3J 1S7                                            


REFERENCE:  Halifax #469918 Hearing Date: November 29-2017 via teleconferencing



1) This e-mail is to confirm my appearance for a court hearing on November 29 as noted above to hear an ex parte motion.

2) Please provide me with the name of the sitting justice along with whether he is originally a Federal Court appointment or provincial one (a factor in oversight reference).

3) By now you should have received the complete action of 45 pages which I re-mailed to the court considering that the above file number was affixed to only the first 7 pages with page 6 missing. The other pages include the all important B.C. imposed BILL 35 (1985) which is the topic of the constitutional question for which the court is asked to refer to a panel of constitutional specialists.

4) The further question of 'jurisdiction' is included in the 'Cullen Creed' which is also included in the body of the factum not included in the initial 6 or7 pages.

5) While the action is filed on an ex parte basis, the employer has in the past bounded into court on more than one occasion and slapped their rebuttal argument on the podium. An ethical judge would refuse any such illegal action.

6) In the event that the Employer does wish intervention opportunity; I insist that only Nova Scotia legal representatives be accepted by this court responsible to provincial oversight bodies and not the 'corrupted' (SK experience) B.C. Legal Society. Considering the difficulty I had in unsuccessfully getting Justice Suzanne Hood (458698 April 07-2017) to investigate that highly specious 'Book of Authorities' (oversight bodies still have not responded on this level thus negatively affecting all of Canada on this level), I doubt that no NS legal outfit will represent this B.C. Employer. If an entry is filed, I require additional time from Nov. 29 for the purpose of reply.

7) Further, the Employer had an opportunity to participate in this constitutional question in 458698 and declined merely asking that the court dismiss my application for no given reason.


Yours truly,(signed)

Roger Callow   litigant

cc Governor General Julie Payette - prepare yourself to use the Magnitsky Act

SECOND REQUEST:NOV.27-2017  This fax is being sent to establish that I will be available in the time slot for teleconferencing on Wed. Nov. 29 as previously arranged and will phone near the end of that slot if the court has not contacted me. Having 'Call Waiting' avoids the risk of 'calls being blocked'. Under no circumstance is the court to proceed without a presence from me even if the court has to postpone the hearing date.   Roger Callow  litigant (signed)


cc Christie Blatchford  Postmedia legal columnist



As there were so many articles on which I wished to respond from today's Ottawa Sun; I am using this format as opposed to e-mailing them:

1) National Post A white cover-page focuses on the word 'intelligence' as a means of promoting their paper reminds me of this story: After a compelling speech made by U.S. presidential candidate in 1952, Adlai Stephenson, an aide remarked...'Why after that speech, Senator, every thinking American will vote for you' to which he replied...'Yes, but I need a majority'. The media as we know it (I call it the 'Grandpa News' as evidenced by ads for 'adult diapers' and other sundry old geezer ads. The point is that the young are not getting the news from such as the internet; rather, they just don't bother any longer.

To be sure, I will miss the comics when the anti-employee media 'crashes and burns' but for the rest, at age 76, I can live without.

2) Pedestrians in peril / Too many being hurt or killed on our streets p.5 We have bicycles and cycling gear with lights and reflectors so why not pedestrians. While the latter may leave home in the morning light, they return in darkness hence motorists cannot see them. One inexpensive solution?

A community fund raising group to sell lightweight foldable illuminated necklaces to be worn around the neck and shoulders. Hey, call it the Roger Collar!

3) $5.6M Rink of Rules / Temporary public skate venue has long list of no-nos  Mark Bonokoski p.6 This topic has been worked to death by Tory supporters as a waste of money. A letter to the editor from an ice-skating instructor familiar with all Ottawa area outdoor ice rinks writes that the rules are consistent with all rinks other than additions to accommodate  the added surge of patrons on Parliament Hill. The costs were broken down in the O.S. showing the cooling pipes added to the expense to guarantee a rink to the end of February. (The Rideau Canal is oftentimes closed intermittently for physical reasons.) A major cost is for the hotels, airfare, etc. of  the peewee hockey teams from across Canada scheduled to play right after Xmas which will bring favourable attention to the capital as well as money. All in all, a cranky article, Mark.

4) FUTURE IN JEOPARDY? / Surely Morneau's days as finance minister are numbered Anthony Furey p.8 The jackals are out calling for Morneau's blood which appears to boil down to 'insider trading' innuendo regarding his pension conversion Bill and over which Morneau has threatened to sue. Pierre Poilievre mounted the attack in Parliament but on TV did not use the term 'insider trading' rather exonerating Morneau's actions on the grounds that selling shares at year end to capitalize on  tax advantages is standard procedure with the stock market sinking at the end of December and recovering in January. The mistake, that Morneau has made, if it is indeed one, is abandoning his role as a lobbyist with a front man or woman MP to promote his cause which is standard for wealthy people. Provincially in ON, the former Postmedia CEO running in Ajax under Brown would appear to be making the same mistake. The real problem is for P.M. Trudeau as he cannot be an elitist and a populous at the same time; it is a cocktail which does not mix.

5) LGBTQ class-action payout: $5Gs to $150Gs p.8 Has anyone noticed that with all these payouts by Trudeau, that they are being done on behalf of the shortcomings by others with nothing sticking to him? That could change with my proposed action in Manitoba requiring an apology for systematic judicial abuse in the 32 year unresolved Employee's Case where no compensation has been paid and which has fallen into the 'executive lap' of P.M. Trudeau. He has done nothing. How much am I asking for?...a token $1.

6) Networks finally man up / Sexual misconduct allegations knock top media guys down Crystal Wright p.19 '...News networks have become the bad news they used to report on. After years of looking the other way, it's heartening to see the networks finally - er - man up and clean house.... Now if only the anti-employee media would 'man-up' and clean the Augean Stable of a Canadian Justice System in terms of their boycott of the Employee's Case (Canada); all Canada would be better off: PLACARD:  I HAVE BEEN HARVEY WEINSTEINED BY THE CANADIAN JUDICIARY

7) NIMBY (letters to the editor) One group of Byward Market Hotels can't wait for the Salvation Army to set up in Vanier considering the under policed Byward Market tourist center last summer had hotels warning their clientele against going out in the Market after dark.

8) Pakistan surrenders to the mob  Tarek Fatah p. 23 Fatah is a 'man among men'. He has experienced incarceration in Pakistan and writes under threat from many sources but he holds to his ethics. My key observation as to why the West is so ignorant of affairs in Asia are best exemplified by this statement attributed to the late P.M. Indira Ghandi; 'The white people are only interested in wars that relate to other white people.' Along with the Epoch Times, he fills a huge vacuum with his reporting. Him I will miss when the media goes under.

9)We already know Trudeau's ethical standards Lorrie Goldstein p.23 '...The appropriate penalty - if enough Canadians agree -is defeat in the 2019 election, not an administrative sanction from the ethics commissioner...'  Insiders know that there is no such thing as a 'blind trust'. Indeed, there are no oversight bodies in Canada of any consequence as evidenced by the Employee's Case. The media answer is always to change parties as a solution to government problems (while the same problems just keep on a'comin). Replace Trudeau if you will with this caveat...'no incumbent M.P. may fill his shoes'. I don't vote but recommend the Tories conscript the Muslim Mayor of Calgary to win the next 2019 election. Otherwise, voters should stay home.

10) 'Chill out' about jihadists? Nonsense  Candice Malcolm p.23 They key role of government is to protect its people, something the 'Trudeau Tribe' (includes Safety Minister Ralph Goodale) is not doing. Incarcerating returning jihadists in re-education camps (a Guantanamo without the torture) is the only way to go. One incident wherein a jihadist almost created a massacre was foiled at the last instance. The point is the RCMP cannot stop all massacres. In such an event, I would hold the Trudeau Tribe directly responsible and would not settle for any less than their removal from office.

11) 'Provocative Acts' / U.S. threatens new sanctions after N. Korea fires ICBM  Assoc. Press p.35 Why? Didn't the old ones work?...Nope. N. Korea had a banner economic year in 2016 as they are past masters at getting around sanctions. Part of the problem is that the Old Gang against current premier Xi have connections still to N.Korea and Hong Kong. As for Xi who appears to be walking in the footsteps of Mao Tse Tung, he is but one man and as Michael Corleone stated in the Godfather II , 'If history has taught us nothing else, it is that any man may be killed'.