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Supreme Court Of Canada Rules Against The Worker's Compensation Board over its abuse of the

#1 User is offline   doppelganger 

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Posted 03 May 2005 - 09:56 PM

Supreme Court of Canada Rules against the Worker's Compensation Board over its abuse of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Sections 15.1, 52.1 and found that the disability awards were unconstitutional

Read the complete decision here:

http://www.lancasterhouse.com/decisions/20.../scc-martin.htm


800 WORKERS DIED AS A RESULT FROM WORK ACCIDENTS AND 370,000 INJURED AND ONLY 86,000 OF THOSE INJURIES ACCEPTED LAST YEAR.

THE CLAIMANT'S THAT FILE FOR WORKERS COMPENSATION ARE DOOMED BEFORE THEY START A CLAIM FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS. THE WCB IS AN INDEPENDENT CROWN CORPORATION AND SUPPOSED TO BE ARMS LENGTH FROM GOVERNMENT THIS IS WHAT PUBLIC IS TOLD WHEN SOME ONE INQUIRES ABOUT THE WCB.



THIS IS IN FACT AN OUT- RIGHT LIE, THE FACT THAT WCB HAS EVERY DOCUMENT ABOUT YOUR HEALTH, "YES" MEDICAL REPORTS FROM EVERY DOCTOR YOU HAVE EVER SEEN.

Go and have a read and see what has happened herehttp://members.fortu...ty.com/wcbwcat/
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Posted 04 May 2005 - 01:24 PM

IMHO, this decision proves the need for NZ to have a written constitution, and indepednent judiciary and a bill of rights that guarantees fundamental human rights. Our current constitutional arrangements are nothing but a sick joke, allowing our rulers to trash our human rights whenever they see fit.
Good on the Supreme Court of Canada!
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Posted 05 May 2005 - 08:20 AM

...and just goes to prove how widespread the rot is when it comes to workplace insurance. We do need protection.
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