"Whether or not a request for access is made, the head of a public body must, without delay, disclose to an applicant information about a risk of significant harm to the health or safety of a group of people."
Target acquired, scanning.. scanning for additional threats to public safety.
Due to the egregious idiocy of Michael McEvoy and Robin Hutchinson, we have been forced to enact a certain adversarial contingency. Unfortunately, I have precisely zero experience in suing provincial governments, so it's going to be a bit of a learning curve, but I'm hopeful that we'll be able to crowd-source some of the research, cutting the time and financial costs.
I had such high hopes that Michael McEvoy would understand the need for openness in the operations of our Government, but he chose to prevent further discovery of the crimes of the state agency Island Health and its employees, contractors, and sub-contractors.
Hopeful was I that the following government actors (most fully insured and regulated) would understand that the act of aggressively and forcibly medicating patients with a restricted substance reasonably likely to cause the patient's death or cognitive incapacitation, is a reckless act. Many of these patients are detained by way of defective application of the Mental Health Act, which just adds insult to injury.
These people are out of control, and they need to be stopped. You made a really big f—king mistake Mr McEvoy... I sure hope our response is finished and settled before Island Health, its employees, contractors, and sub-contractors succeed in prematurely terminating the life of Patient H.
You do the math,
'cuz I ain't playing.