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the experiment yielded promising results http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/1970s-manitoba-poverty-experiment-called-a-success-1.868562
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arsdata government safety regulations info skip to content homecontact us privacy policy ← older posts should canada border services agency be allowed to open your mail? posted on february 14, 2017 by jonathon the government of canada wants to give the canada border services agency the power to open your mail – without a warrant or permission. bill c-37 is now through second reading in the house of commons and is set to become law as soon as next year. what is bill c-37? last year, the trudeau liberals tabled the modestly-named act to amend the controlled drugs and substances act and to make related amendments to other acts, better known as bill c-37. the omnibus bill would amend several pieces of existing legislation, including the federal customs act. bill c-37 would repeal subsections 99(2) and 99(3) of the customs act, which read as follows: exception for mail (2) an officer may not open or cause to be opened any mail that is being imported or exported and that weighs thirty grams or less unless the person to whom it is addressed consents or the person who sent it has completed and attached to the mail a label in accordance with article re 601 of the letter post regulations of the universal postal convention.  (3) an officer may cause imported mail, or mail that is being exported, that weighs thirty grams or less to be opened in his or her presence by the person to whom it is addressed, the person who sent it or a person authorized by either of those persons. currently, the canada border services agency is authorized to seize and open mail coming into canada from other countries that weighs over thirty grams. this legislation would allow officers to open any letter that is sent to canada from another country, regardless of the size. but that’s not all the it would do. bill c-37 is an omnibus bill, meaning it does many different things and amends many pieces of legislation at once. the other major aim of the legislation is to allow safe injection sites to open across the country. what is the role of the canada border services agency? the canada border services agency is the federal body that deals with border enforcement, immigration, and customs. if you’ve ever travelled outside of canada – be it by car, by boat or by airplane – you’ve dealt with the cbsa. they are the ones who check your documents and toss you questions on your way back into the country. in addition to screening people who come into canada, the canada border services agency stations officers at the gateway postal facility in mississauga, ontario. the cbsa works alongside canada post to sift through and analyzing incoming mail. if an officer finds something suspicious, they can set it aside to be x-rayed and opened, then send it off for further inspection. why does the government want to open our mail? according to the federal government, bill c-37 will make it easier for the canada border services agency to catch people sending illegal drugs into the country by mail. their main target is the fentanyl, an potent opioid responsible for a growing health crisis in western canada. unlike other street drugs, like marijuana and heroin, fentanyl is small and light enough to fit inside a standard-sized envelope. since the customs act prohibits the cbsa from opening mail under thirty grams, that makes it difficult for officers to stop fentanyl from coming into canada. at least that’s what the government claims. in truth, the canada border services agency isn’t forbidden from opening standard-sized letters. they just need a warrant to do it. under section 11 of the controlled drugs and substances act, officers can get a warrant to search anything the officer believes on reasonable grounds to contain or conceal a controlled substance, including mail. in ontario, officers can obtain a search warrant by appearing before a justice of the peace or a judge of the ontario court of justice. all the officer needs to do is present a document called an information which lays out the officer’s suspicions about the mail. if the judge or justice finds it credible, he or she issues a warrant. getting a warrant is not as easy as ripping the letter open on sight. but if the officer has reasonable grounds to believe the mail contains drugs, it’s far from difficult to get that authorization. why bill c-37 goes too far as a minority opposition, the federal liberal party was frequently critical of the former conservative government’s penchant for introducing bloated omnibus bills. but bill c-37 is exactly that. half the bill is about streamlining safe injection sites (known as supervised consumption sites in government-speak.) the other half is a broad violation of canadians’ privacy. safe injection sites are proven to reduce overdose deaths. there is no similar guarantee for the customs act amendments. the government has offered no proof that ‘streamlining’ the search and seizure process will have any similar effect. if the canada border services agency has reason to believe that a letter contains fentanyl, they already have the power to deal with it in a measured way. but if a tainted letter passes through undetected, it’s gone – and bill c-37 can’t do anything about that. allowing the canada border services agency to sift through our mail unsupervised would do little to fight the fentanyl crisis. but it would certainly create the potential for widespread infringement of our civil liberties. posted in drugs, government, regulations | tagged canada border services agency, canadian government safety regulations, crime, drugs | comments off on should canada border services agency be allowed to open your mail? ontario snowmobile laws in need of reform posted on february 7, 2017 by jonathon ontario’s snowmobile laws are in focus following the death of an 11-year-old girl on february 1st. amanda huxley was driving her snowmobile across a highway south of iroquois falls, on when a transport truck struck her. she was taken to a nearby hospital and pronounced dead. the accident occurred while she out for a ride with three other people, including family members. snowmobile laws in ontario the law in ontario prohibits anyone under the age of 12 from driving a snowmobile on public roads and trails. people between the ages of 12 and 16 must pass a safety training course and get a motorized snow vehicle operator’s licence to ride. to cross roads or drive on roadways, drivers must be at least 16 years old or have a valid ontario driver’s licence. 11-year-old amanda huxley not properly trained and licenced. but children just a few months older than her can legally – and easily – get a snowmobile licence in ontario. and there is little evidence supporting the effectiveness of safety training in preventing accidents. tragic incidents like this raise questions about the snowmobile laws in ontario. questions not just about whether the law does enough to protect kids – but whether kids should be out on the trails in the first place. stats on snowmobile safety each year, as many as 50 people die in snowmobile accidents in ontario and quebec alone. four of these victims are children under the age of 16. despite these statistics, there are no national standards for use of snowmobiles by children and youth in canada. since snowmobiles are motor vehicles, most provinces prohibit children from crossing the road on a snowmobile. however, this rule is difficult to follow in practice. most snowmobile trails cross over the road at least a few times, and the law does little to convince young enthusiasts (and their older companions) to stick to a small section of the trails. snowmobiling carries the highest risk of serious injuries of any popular winter sport in canada – and children are most at risk. the canadian paediatric society advises against allowing persons under 16 to drive a snowmobile, arguing that many children and adolescents lack the skills to safely operate the machine. why the law needs reform in its current state, ontario’s snowmobile laws do little to protect those who are most vulnerable to snowmobile-related injuries. children as young as 12 can suit up and hit the private snowmobile trails without any parental supervision. since most of these trails cross over various roads and highways, the law is effectively useless in keeping kids off the roads. a snowmobile is not a toy. it is a 500-pound, gas-powered motor vehicle that takes a great deal of strength to maneuver. the law should not permit children under 16 to drive these vehicles anywhere, be it on a private trail or a public highway. posted in ontario, safety | comments off on ontario snowmobile laws in need of reform ‘zombie laws’ threaten criminal justice in canada posted on january 31, 2017 by jonathon on january 25, 2016, after a grueling and complicated murder trial, travis vader was sentenced to life imprisonment. if this long ordeal has taught us anything, it’s that one of the greatest threats to our criminal justice system come from within the pages of the criminal code itself. left untouched, so-called zombie laws threaten to derail the administration of justice and erode public confidence in the law. in short, a zombie law is part of a law that is no longer in force. when the supreme court of canada declares a legal provision unconstitutional, the government has no authority to enforce it. it ceases to exist in the eyes of the law. however, the supreme court doesn’t have the power to repeal an unconstitutional law. it can strike the law down, but cannot to remove it from the legislation itself. that’s parliament’s job. and until the government does its job, the unenforceable provision remains on the books. an unconstitutional law is essentially dead. but it still appears alongside the living in every physical and online version of the legislation, deceiving onlookers into believing it’s alive. that’s why they call it a zombie law. from witchcraft to crime comics, there are at least 20 of these zombie laws in the criminal code of canada. among them is section 230, which allows for a murder verdict if the accused causes a wrongful death while committing another crime. the supreme court struck this section down in 1990, but the government never bothered to repeal it. the crime described in section 230 of the criminal code is dead. and, obviously, it is impossible to convict someone of a crime that doesn’t exist. but that’s exactly what justice denny thomas tried to do to travis vader, and his mistake nearly derailed the proceedings entirely. vader was accused in the deaths of lyle and marie mccann in 2010. the case unfolded over the course of six years, concluding in his 2016 murder trial. neither the crown prosecutor trying the case nor vader’s defence mentioned section 230 of the criminal code in their submissions. nonetheless, justice thomas saw fit to dig up the zombie law and cite it in his decision to find vader guilty of second-degree murder. based on the facts of the case, a guilty verdict wasn’t surprising. the problem was that the judge convicted vader under an unconstitutional section of the code. because of this misstep, vader’s murder conviction was reduced to manslaughter. justice thomas shoulders much of the blame for this confusion. however, when it comes down to it, the federal government is ultimately responsible. this error could not have happened if zombie laws were scrubbed from the books as they should be. in the twenty-seven years since it was struck down, no government has seen it fit to repeal section 230. nor has any government attempted to revamp the criminal code since 1955. in the wake of the vader trial, justice minister jody wilson-raybould pledged to review the code, including the fateful provision that helped vader escape a second-degree murder conviction. maybe this government will be the one to finally put these laws to rest. posted in crime, government, justice | comments off on ‘zombie laws’ threaten criminal justice in canada guaranteed basic income pilot project coming to ontario posted on january 25, 2017 by jonathon this year, the ontario government will test out a guaranteed basic income program to reduce poverty in the province. the guaranteed basic income would replace social assistance programs like ontario works and the ontario disability support program with a single, automatic payment system. the plan was first announced last february in the 2016 ontario budget. now, the ontario government is looking for communities to test-run the project. “other jurisdictions are using it, and i want to see if it makes sense for us,” says finance minister charles sousa. “it’s important for us to pilot, to test it out, and see what happens.” ontario spends $9 billion on ontario works and odsp each year. the rigid eligibility requirements and complicated application process brings high administrative costs. while these programs provide essential support to working age adults, they don’t empower individuals to escape poverty. the current system does little to help marginalized adults who are unemployed and not enrolled in school full-time. the guaranteed basic income would provide adults in need with a single, automatic monthly payment. eligible individuals would receive more money each month, the system would be less intrusive and stigmatizing than the existing social assistance programs. supporters claim that this would reduced pressure in other areas of government spending, like healthcare. the idea of a guaranteed basic income has been in the works for decades. canada experimented with the system in the early 1970s in dauphin, manitoba. the mincome project, as it was called, gave eligible families a monthly payment with no strings attached. the experiment yielded promising results. it reduced hospital visits by 8.5%, allowed new mothers to spend more time with their children, and encouraged teenage boys to finish high school. however, hasn’t been much research on the guaranteed minimum income overall. today, 16% of adults in ontario live in poverty. the pilot project will study whether a guaranteed basic income can reduce that number and improve health, housing and employment in the province. it’s not yet clear what exactly the project entails, but the government plans to give details in april. what are your thoughts on the guaranteed basic income? the government of ontario is seeking feedback on the project. you can sound off in this survey until january 31, 2017. posted in government, ontario, poverty, welfare | comments off on guaranteed basic income pilot project coming to ontario computer glitch brings down canadian police database posted on january 23, 2017 by jonathon for twelve hours, canadian police lost access to a crucial database – all thanks to a computer glitch. the canadian police information centre (cpic) is a massive computer database run by the rcmp. police forces across the country use cpic to search outstanding warrants, criminal histories, licence plate numbers, and other vital information. police cruisers equipped with mobile workstations allow police officers to access the database on the front lines. cpic is an essential tool in the police arsenal. working without it is “like flying blind,” according to one officer. if cpic went down, it would pose a “huge officer safety risk.” but on wednesday, that’s exactly what happened. on january 18 at 11:00pm, cpic went down. the rcmp sprang into action with a force-wide email informing officers that, “as a result of network issues, cpic is unavailable for the majority of sites and cpic messaging is unavailable for all sites.” the database wasn’t restored for another twelve hours. during this time, police officers across canada, including the toronto police service, were left in the dark. without access to cpic, police couldn’t check for criminal records or warrants. that meant they had no way of knowing who they were dealing with when it came to potential criminals. some officers had to phone home to the police station and have clerks pull paper records from filing cabinets. others were left without any information at all. cbc news caught wind of the outage, but agreed not to report on it until it was over. after all, it could be disastrous if the public knew what was going on. that’s why regular canadians didn’t learn about the outage until thursday night. how could this happen? the rcmp blames shared services canada, the federal department in charge of it. shared services canada pointed to routers supporting core it networks as the root of the problem. but this isn’t the first time a computer glitch has brought down cpic. the rcmp admits that the system has failed more than a dozen times since last spring. regardless of who’s responsible, this incident reminds us of the danger of relying on technology. if a simple computer glitch can put thousands of canadian police officers at risk, what could sophisticated hackers do? when it comes to the safety of officers and the public, we need to develop a back-up plan – one that doesn’t involve shuffling through filing cabinets in the dead of night. posted in safety | tagged government, police, safety | comments off on computer glitch brings down canadian police database ontario cracks down on tow truck operators posted on january 19, 2017 by jonathon the ontario government has introduced new rules for tow truck operators. amendments to the consumer protection act, 2002 intend to protect consumers from unscrupulous towing companies, reduce insurance fraud, and cut down on accidents involving tow trucks. the change comes in response to widespread complaints of tow truck drivers charging inflated prices. consumers say they feel pressured to pay high rates and succumb to predatory sales tactics on the scene of the accident. according to consumer services minister tracy maccharles, “some people have reported being faced with demands for hundreds of dollars in cash at the scene of an accident before the service was even provided.” tow trucks are also disproportionately involved in collisions. this is due in part to the competitive nature of the industry, with trucks racing to be first on the scene of an accident. tow trucks have a shockingly high collision rate of 20 percent, with all other commercial vehicles at a rate of just one percent. the legislative changes are an attempt to curb this behaviour and help consumers make informed decisions. as of january 1st, 2017, tow and storage operators have to get a consumer’s permission and disclose where the vehicle will be towed before providing services. the company must display its name and telephone number on the side of the truck and make current rates available to consumers. if a consumer agrees to use the towing service, the company must provide an itemized invoice listing the cost of each service provided before the customer pays up. companies must now accept credit card payments, preventing roadside demands for cash. tow truck drivers are also prohibited from recommending repair and storage facilities, legal service providers, or health practitioners to their customers unless the customer asks for it. “we’ve had so many reports about inflated prices by some, not all, but some tow truck drivers, and that is driving up the cost of collision repairs and storage costs, so that’s what we’re trying to get at on the fraud side,” says maccharles. the amendments also address the tow truck safety issue. going forward, all tow truck operators are required to obtain $2 million in general liability insurance and $100,000 to insure customers’ vehicles. while this may not cut down on aggressive driving, it should help ensure that innocent drivers are compensated in the event of an accident. check out the ministry of consumer services for more information on the new rules for tow trucks in ontario. posted in safety | tagged canadian government safety regulations, consumer protection, driving, ontario government | comments off on ontario cracks down on tow truck operators have an unpaid traffic ticket? ontario may deny your licence renewal posted on january 17, 2017 by jonathon it’s a bad time to get caught speeding. each year, police hand out millions of dollars in fines for highway traffic act offences like speeding, running a red light, and other driving offences. starting in may of 2017, the provincial government of ontario will grant municipalities the power to deny licence plates to people who have unpaid traffic tickets. the change comes as part of the making ontario’s roads safer act, legislation passed by the ontario liberals in 2015. the act also increased fines for distracted driving and introduced penalties for drug-impaired driving. of course, this isn’t the first time the government has pursued individuals who don’t pay their traffic tickets. “forgotten” fines can already result in licence suspension by the ministry of transportation. however, the threat of losing one’s licence isn’t enough to deter some people from ignoring their fines. while the ministry of transportation administers ontario’s licence regime, the responsibility of collecting unpaid fines falls to the municipalities. today, municipalities across the province lose out on a collective $1.4 billion in unpaid fines for provincial offences. that includes speeding tickets and other highway traffic act offences. unpaid fines from the last seven years alone total $500 million. that’s why lynn dollin, president of the association of municipalities of ontario, welcomes this change. “if those fines aren’t paid, it’s you and i covering those administration costs out of our property taxes, so we want to make sure that we’re getting the full bang for the buck and everything that we’re entitled to is coming to us,” she said. transportation minister steve del duca echoes her approval. “with any system that government puts in place there will always be those who will find creative ways to avoid playing by the rules,” he says. “this is another opportunity for us to be able to get those fines collected and make sure people get a clear message that they can’t continue to act in this way.” in short, the province hopes that licence plate denial will be an added incentive to those who refuse pay up. what does that mean for you? if you have an unpaid fine from the last seven years, you won’t be able to get or renew your licence plate. however, this doesn’t apply to jointly-owned vehicles or vehicles registered to a company. and fines more than seven years old are in the clear – so long as you can avoid that licence suspension. posted in driving, government, ontario, regulations | tagged driving, ontario government, regulations | comments off on have an unpaid traffic ticket? ontario may deny your licence renewal recall: tjx canada animal bathrobes size 0-9 months posted on december 17, 2016 by jonathon health canada, today, announced a recall of about 600 tjx canada animal bathrobes size 0-9 months because their sampling and evaluation program has determined that these products do not meet the flammability requirements for children’s sleepwear under canadian law. as of november 29th, the company has received no reports of consumer incidents in canada, and no reports of injuries. loose-fitting children’s sleepwear can contact ignition sources such as stove elements, candles, and matches more readily than tight-fitting sleepwear, and once ignited will burn rapidly, potentially resulting in severe burns to large areas of the child’s body.  for this reason, cotton is not permitted in loose-fitting sleepwear. this recall involves the following animal bathrobes size 0-9 months: item vendor style tjx canada style number ( on price tag & receipt) hudson baby crab robe 57064 007504 luvable friends raccoon robe 5220 186016 luvable friends owl robe 5221 186017 luvable friends bear robe 5222 186021 consumers should immediately stop using the recalled bathrobes and return them to winners, marshalls and homesense for a full refund. consumers may also contact tjx canada at 1-800-646-9466, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. est monday to friday for more information. posted in regulations | comments off on recall: tjx canada animal bathrobes size 0-9 months ← older posts search for: recent posts should canada border services agency be allowed to open your mail? ontario snowmobile laws in need of reform ‘zombie laws’ threaten criminal justice in canada guaranteed basic income pilot project coming to ontario computer glitch brings down canadian police database categories crime driving drugs government justice ontario poverty regulations safety welfare arsdata proudly powered by wordpress.


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