PAGE CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT: Given the state of emergency in Ontario, I would expect the Province of Ontario will prefer to state that these individuals “went rogue” versus spend limited resources to protect them from their criminal activity and civil violations.

Coming Soon: Entire law firms in Ontario that practice willful blindness and are, by definition, guilty of violating Section 21(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada; that is, Party to Offence. (our work-in-progress list can be viewed: here.

I used to be an abolitionist with respect to prisons; however, now, I am not so certain because society has been infiltrated by these lawless individuals. It is so expensive to incarcerate them given the options that Ontario is currently utilizing. Could there be a better way to penalize these criminals? At a minimum, should they not have to pay for their own “room and board”? I think we should consider a vertical prison system that would be far cheaper to operate than our current systems. (Some thoughts on this can be found within my collection of memos written to the Province of Quebec during my imprisonment of April 2019 (which I am now thinking may have been an altruistic endeavor, engineered by ??*) here).

*I observed three different prisons within seven months: If I were a angry politician, frustrated with corruption, I may have just arranged to accuse, arrest and imprison an innocent, independent, process improvement consultant myself! How else would one ever get a glimpse of what actually goes on in the law enforcement, correctional services and judicial systems. (My journaling of events while at the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre and Central Eastern Correctional Centre are here.)

More on Ontario’s school-to-prison pipeline soon; meanwhile, visit the work of Justin Piché here.

Coming soon: an easy-to-understand illustration of Ontario’s pre-2020 Debt Trap that will help our younger adults.


Lawyers who destroy families as they masquerade as “Child Protection Workers”:

Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa

  1. Experience with lawyer Tara MacDougall of the Children Aid Society of Ottawa is here.
  2. Experience with lawyer FName LName of the Children Aid Society of Ottawa is _.
  3. Experience with lawyer FName LName of the Children Aid Society of Ottawa is _.

Office of the Children’s Lawyer

  1. Experience with lawyer Debora Scholey of the Office of the Children’s Lawyer is _.
  2. Experience with lawyer FName LName of the Office of the Children’s Lawyer is _.
  3. Experience with lawyer FName LName of the Office of the Children’s Lawyer is _.

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Lawyers who practice Family Law

  1. Correspondence between me and my first law firm, Victor Vallance Blais, is _. (They were referred to me by law firm X, who represented my former spouse.)
  2. Correspondence between me and my second law firm, Tanya Davies, is _. (She was retained for five days, mislead me and invoiced me for over $7,000.)
  3. Correspondence between me and my third lawyer, an independent from out of town, _, is _. (She …. and then, I found out that her husband had died. Then, she quit.)
  4. Correspondence between me and my former spouse’s law firm, Bell Baker LLP (“Bell Baker”), is _. (My first civil action against Bell Baker is _. They selected law firm X to represent them.)

Lawyers who practice Criminal Law

  1. Correspondence between me and the Crown Attorney’s Office lawyers are _.
  2. Correspondence between me and my first law firm is _.
  3. Other experience with criminal lawyers in Ottawa is:

Lawyers who practice Estate Law

  1. Correspondence between me and Douglas Buchmayer is:
    • 20200404 e-mail regarding my attempt to retain him is: _.
    • _.
    • _.
    • 20200410 e-mail regarding my attempt to retain him is: here. The first attachment was simply the initial e-mail of 20200404 shown above that contained my Will with Powers of Attorney ( here) and the second attachment was the form that he provided which I partially completed here.
    • 20200410 e-mail response to his refusal of service is: here. (He attempted to blame me for his reason for denying service; however, based on my experience with Ottawa lawyers, it was fairly easy for me to recognize his “hurry up and wait” strategy that they all tend to use. Also, his refusal to provide a copy of his retainer agreement up front was revealing. For me to complete his questionnaire would have required in-depth knowledge of estate planning. Ridiculous!)