Pat! April 7th, 2017

Some years ago I pissed off the govt., with a column I wrote that ended up costing them a lot of money. (Crystal asked for addresses.) Several false charges were levied against me, as a result. When I beat them in court twice, enraged, the harrassment began in earnest. On one occasion while being temporarily held without charges all the addresses of the local RCMP were “left” inside my purse. When I got out I buried the addresses in the dirt in my old shed for evidence, then had the only gun I owned, an old 22, wrapped in a rug and taken out to the local dump after completely disabling it. You don’t want their addresses. And…. the God of miracles showed me I didn’t need a gun – more than once.

Pat Callaghan
Pat Callaghan that is bad, I have been to court a couple times looking for declaration of rights, cost me 900 but i’m not going to pay. All my efforts to a AG and government in BC has got one of our laws changed.

Rhonda Ann Godwin
Rhonda Ann Godwin That’s beyond cool, Pat. Which law? Makes me hopeful that your petition will have wings attached to it. Once had an 83 year old lawyer represent me who’d set legal precedent in Canada. You’re probably the best lawyer in the province, degree or not. This old lawyer told an entire table of lawyers who had tried to put me away for 14 years, in front of me, “She’s a better lawyer than any of us!” I had four kids at home still and had to win. It’s angered me so much to know there are constitutional lawyers out there who know how to mount a challenge to what is happening here and will neither do so nor let anyone else who would, have that knowledge. FOR THAT $900. FOR COURT DECLARATION OF RIGHTS, PAT, WE NEED TO SET UP A “GO FUND ME” PAGE. A million Canadians & more would contribute in gratitude for what you are doing.

Pat Callaghan
Pat Callaghan changed the Interpretation Act – the lieutenant governor in council, that we all thought it was the LG acting under and with who we elected, I proved it was not, in Council is a corporate financial corporation with it’s own board, some of or elected do get to sit in, but they swear a secrecy oath to the corporation.
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Rhonda Ann Godwin

Some years ago I pissed off the govt., with a column I wrote that ended up costing them a lot of money. (Crystal asked for addresses.) Several false charges were levied against me, as a result. When I beat them in court twice, enraged, the harrassment began in earnest. On one occasion while being temporarily held without charges all the addresses of the local RCMP were “left” inside my purse. When I got out I buried the addresses in the dirt in my old shed for evidence, then had the only gun I owned, an old 22, wrapped in a rug and taken out to the local dump after completely disabling it. You don’t want their addresses. And…. the God of miracles showed me I didn’t need a gun – more than once.

Pat Callaghan
Pat Callaghan that is bad, I have been to court a couple times looking for declaration of rights, cost me 900 but i’m not going to pay. All my efforts to a AG and government in BC has got one of our laws changed.

Rhonda Ann Godwin
Rhonda Ann Godwin That’s beyond cool, Pat. Which law? Makes me hopeful that your petition will have wings attached to it. Once had an 83 year old lawyer represent me who’d set legal precedent in Canada. You’re probably the best lawyer in the province, degree or not. This old lawyer told an entire table of lawyers who had tried to put me away for 14 years, in front of me, “She’s a better lawyer than any of us!” I had four kids at home still and had to win. It’s angered me so much to know there are constitutional lawyers out there who know how to mount a challenge to what is happening here and will neither do so nor let anyone else who would, have that knowledge. FOR THAT $900. FOR COURT DECLARATION OF RIGHTS, PAT, WE NEED TO SET UP A “GO FUND ME” PAGE. A million Canadians & more would contribute in gratitude for what you are doing.

Pat Callaghan
Pat Callaghan changed the Interpretation Act – the lieutenant governor in council, that we all thought it was the LG acting under and with who we elected, I proved it was not, in Council is a corporate financial corporation with it’s own board, some of or elected do get to sit in, but they swear a secrecy oath to the corporation.
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Rhonda Ann Godwin

Sent to the Governor General and a request to Her Majesty to cause the Action.
THIS IS A REQUEST BY THE CITIZENS OF CANADA, for the Governor General of Canada to exercise his Authority in Representing the Sovereign, and apply the Full Force of the Right of Canada, the Emergencies Act and our High Court decisions,against all the Governments of Canada Assenting Authority.
that Assenting Force MUST comply with the Full Force of the Constitution Act 1982, and that the provision of allowing access to a court is no longer a sufficient Right. (note the courts are plugged there is no access)
Emergencies Act, RSC 1985, c 22 (4th Supp),
WHEREAS the safety and security of the individual, the protection of the values of the body politic and the preservation of the sovereignty, security and territorial integrity of the state are fundamental obligations of government;
AND WHEREAS the Governor in Council, in taking such special temporary measures, would be subject to the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Bill of Rights and must have regard to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, particularly with respect to those fundamental rights that are not to be limited or abridged even in a national emergency;
National emergency
3 For the purposes of this Act, a national emergency is an urgent and critical situation of a temporary nature that
(a) seriously endangers the lives, health or safety of Canadians and is of such proportions or nature as to exceed the capacity or authority of a province to deal with it, or
(b) seriously threatens the ability of the Government of Canada to preserve the sovereignty, security and territorial integrity of Canada
and that cannot be effectively dealt with under any other law of Canada.

http://pm.gc.ca/…/20…/11/27/open-and-accountable-government… The Governor in Council is the term for the Cabinet acting in a legal capacity. Formally, it is the Governor General acting on the advice of the Cabinet. Parliament does not assign powers to the Cabinet or to Ministers collectively, but rather to the Governor in Council.
2013 SCC 14 (Canlii) para.46-83 The honour of the Crown may impose obligations on the Crown even where the legal requirement of a fiduciary duty do not exist.(65)…that servants of the Crown must conduct themselves with honour.

https://www.canlii.org/…/scc/doc/…/2002scc84/2002scc84.html…
The Rt. Hon. Beverley McLachlin, P.C., Chief Justice of Canada
2002 SCC 84 Gosselin v. Quebec(AG) and AG of BC, ONT, and NB
Present: McLachlin C.J. and L’Heureux‑Dubé, Gonthier, Iacobucci, Major, Bastarache, Binnie, Arbour and LeBel JJ.
Quotes noted in 2000 SCC 44 This Court held that “s.7(CCRF) can extend beyond the sphere of criminal law, at least where there is state action which directly engages the justice system and its administration”
What was noteworthy in Bastarache J’s dictum was the suggestion, implied by his use of the phrase”at least”. That s.7 might even extend beyond the justice system and its administration. That his use of this phrase should be interpreted permissively rather than restrictively was later confirmed indirectly in 2000 SCC 48
382. Ultimately, the minimum of state was satisfied in Dunmore by the mere fact that the government had chosen to legislate over matters of association
…As Dean P.W. Hogg has stated” the effect of the governmental action
restriction is that there is a private realm in which people are not obliged to subscribe to state values and into which constitutional norms do not intrude”

1986 BCSC 1044 (15) “the Sovereign” is simply a modern form of the prerogative writs which were commands by the Sovereign ensuring obedience to the law.
1999 BCCA 470 (147) Overriding all these issues is whether the honour and integrity of the Crown has been upheld in its treatment of the petitioner’s right.
(167) …It would be inconsistent with the honour and integrity of the Crown to find justification where the Crown has not met that duty.

2006 FC 727 (92) While the prerogative may not have been exhausted and therefore remained in place, that does not mean that the executive could exercise that prerogative in any manner it chooses. The power is still subject to other legal norms including the Charter and the duty of fairness. 1993 FC 2977. …the authority of the Governor in Council in exercise of prerogative is also bound by the Charter (Operation Dismantle, supra,)
Sent by Pat Callaghan

Open and Accountable Government sets out core principles regarding the roles and responsibilities of Ministers in Canada’s system of responsible parliamentary government.
PM.GC.CA
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