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I live like a walking death in twilight zone / some where in between death and a life being deprived of all Human Rights and Constitutional / Law 
protection by habitual offenders. I was assessed by three (3) independent psychiatrists to eliminate offender's speculations about my insanity 
prompting "delusions" etc. All psychiatrists stated clearly, that I am sane /I do NOT have/had any mental illness. No family history of any.
MOST RECENT Regulations /Law TO BE APPLIED TO APOTEX AND INDIVIDUALS 
INVOLVED IN POLLUTION OFFENSES

Dear Sir / Madam, 


MOST RECENT Regulations /Law TO BE APPLIED TO APOTEX AND INDIVIDUALS 
INVOLVED IN POLLUTION OFFENSES
Newman introduces toughest penalties in Canada
for major pollution offences
Ontario Environment Minister Dan Newman introduced a bill October 10 in the 
Legislature that would give Ontario the toughest fines and longest jail 
terms in Canada for major environmental offences.
The Environmental Penalties Statute Law Amendment Act, 2000 would amend the 
penalty structure of the Environmental Protection Act, Ontario Water 
Resources Act and the Pesticides Act. The proposed penalties would:
· Increase the maximum fine for a first conviction of a major 
offence for a corporation from $1 million to $6 million per day, and for a 
subsequent conviction from $2 million to $10 million per day.
· Increase the maximum fine for a first conviction of a major 
offence for an individual from $100,000 to $4 million per day, and for 
subsequent convictions from $200,000 to $6 million per day.
· Increase the maximum jail terms for a person convicted of a major 
offence from two years to five years.
The penalty structure in the Ontario Water Resources Act would be amended to 
ensure that these new tough penalties apply to the most serious offences 
under the new Drinking Water Protection Regulation, including failure to 
report samples that exceed standards and failure to ensure minimum levels of 
treatment.
Mr. Newman has also announced the creation of a SWAT team, which will be a 
highly mobile compliance, inspection and enforce
Practice Direction:
Powers of Practice and Procedure -WSIAT ONTARIO
1.0 This Practice Direction:
sets out the Tribunal's general authority to control its practice and 
procedure
sets out the Vice-Chair/Panel's authority to control the proceedings in 
cases they are hearing.
2.0 Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, section 131
2.1 Under section 131 of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (the Act), 
the Appeals Tribunal shall determine its own practice and procedure in 
relation to appeals, applications, proceedings and mediations. The Tribunal 
has exercised its powers of practice and procedure under section 131 to 
adopt Practice Directions and Practice Guidelines.
2.2 In the event of a conflict between a Practice Direction and a Guideline, 
the Practice Direction prevails.
4.0 Control of Proceedings
4.1 In appropriate circumstances, the Vice-Chair/Panel may waive or modify 
any provision included in a Practice Direction.
4.2 The Vice-Chair/Panel may make any rulings necessary to control the 
proceedings and prevent abuse of process. ..............:)
So far those extra ordinary powers are utilized not to assist me a victim / 
disabled / very sick and impaired ex-employee of Apotex, but to accommodate 
Apotex, its Counsel's Mr. Carl Peterson (Filion Wakely Thorup Angeletti 
LLP) needs / crimes /fraud and to perpetuate torment , torture, fraud, 
obstruction of Government's Agencies authority/ obligation to General Public 
, obstruction of Canada's Constitution, Charter of Human Rights, Justice 
System etc., etc., etc.
Dated at Toronto, Ontario this first day of October, 2007
Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal
I.J. Strachan, Tribunal Chair
Regards,
Apotex's / WSiB's /Government's of Ontario victim