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CRA Minister Cannot Deny Late Objections: Reasonableness

Interesting recent decision making it law that the Canada Revenue Agency can no longer maintain a position of “you objected too late, so you cannot object”. Of course this decision is ONLY because someone complained, via the correct court process, that the action taken by CRA was wrong and did request a  court to review

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Bank of Canada Scam Court Case: Rocco Galeti Interview

Bank of Canada – Interview with Rocco Galati Constitutional Lawyer in Class Action Suit beginning at 25:30 part 1: “this is an issue of the government ignoring the law, the statute and the constitution and allowing foreign private entities to control our banking policy…the ramifications and issues are huge…how a government can give away the

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Introduction to Human Rights Course

Multi part course Published on Aug 25, 2014 Welcome to our free online course: Introduction to Human Rights. You may follow the course in Udemy http://www.udemy.com/introduction-to-… or in our Youtube channel http://youtube.com/moocchile (If you want a virtual certificate, you should follow the complete course in Udemy). Also, you may follow us on: Twitter http://twitter.com/moocchile Facebook

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Consent is Key Morally, Legally and Spiritually: The Spanish Requirement

Many years ago I included information on “The Spanish Requirement” on private-person.com as part of the course “Hope For Justice: In Action“. I have repeatedly referred people to”The Spanish Requirement” enough times, as it is SO important to understand what and why the “official” seek your consent at every step to remove their liability, I’ve

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