Governments are entitled to sue other persons for damage caused to their property by tortious conduct.
But when the shoe is on the other foot (when the government is defendant), it used to be that governments were not liable in tort for the damage their employees or decisions caused to another, whether intentional or by negligence.
The decision of the Federal Court of Appeal in Paradis Honey Ltd. v. Canada, 2015 FCA 89 is quite remarkable. A majority of the Court developed a new test for public authority liability in tort, casting off the previous unwieldy private-law framework in favour of an approach that relies exclusively on public law concepts.
The ignorant mouth-breather Krisna Phosy Prole is either being a total dunderhead, or she's deliberately withholding information critical to understanding WHY Island Health continues to break the law and detain individuals without sufficient legal authority, and why Royal Jubilee Hospital can be reasonably construed as putting the health and welfare of vulnerable adults at risk. This is a virtual notepad that I'll be developing over time. Check back for easter eggs.
I am writing in response to the various inappropriate emails you have sent to this office... I find that creating an email address.. threatening communications.
I consider this type of behaviour to be inappropriate and it must stop.
I will not be proceeding your file review further until you confirm to me in writing that you will stop communicating inappropriately with me or any other person in this office who processes your files.
..we will no longer respond to any of your communications going forward.
These are a clear and present THREAT to our most vulnerable and treasured senior citizens, Dr Maskey is a and Gale Prokopiw... also LIABILITY to the Government because they (particularly Dr Maskey) keep being total dip-shits and regurgitating information that is distortion or pure and unadulterated deception, in the hopes that they can keep dosing Patient H, and others like her, up with a substance likely to cause her death or grievous bodily harm.
Open, transparent communication is essential to building and strengthening trust between organizations and the people whose personal information they collect, use or disclose. That means being responsive and respectful when dealing with both requests for access to personal records and to complaints about how that information is being handled.
The Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA) is BC’s whistleblower protection legislation. PIDA provides a safe, legally protected way for current and former BC public sector employees to report serious or systemic issues of wrongdoing to their supervisor, a designated officer in their organization or to the Ombudsperson. Following an investigation the Ombudsperson may make recommendations in a public report.