Wednesday, 22 November 2017

When is Corruption not Corruption?

Sitting through another court case in a long line of court cases involving the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority I was nearly floored when the case struggled to conclude whether or not the (NPCA) is or is not a government agency!

I thought I had seen it all when the NPCA Chair told the Wainfleet Town Council that the NPCA was a conservation agency as opposed to a preservation agency and now not a government agency at all but a charity!

For the NPCA to deny that they are a government agency just to attack a whistle blower is despicable!

To employ very expensive Toronto Lawyers with their 40 pounds of documents arguing every little nuance that the whistle blower should have determined the facts of his report by getting the NPCA side of information is ridiculous. Asking the NPCA for anything is, in itself, an exercise in futility. 

The NPCA has a foundation (NPCF) in which you must specifically inquire or go without answers.

The question has got to be; where is the NPCA Board of Directors on these matters or are they just a bunch of rubber stampers hog-tied by confidentiality contracts?

Are we to assume that it’s not Corruption when the corrupt NPCA says it’s not corruption?

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