At last night’s council meeting a victim stood their ground and tried to convey to councilors the devastating effect their corruption, apathy, 20% tax increase and zero accountability has had on our Community.
Council completely ignored the victim, refused to answer her questions or consider her input. Please watch the first 3 minutes of the council meeting to see for yourself. This is how the council tells people to f-off and they are not welcome there. To be fair, questions have been illegal/banned at council meetings for some time now, that’s why we lost all our real estate (airport etc.) and taxes are jumping 20%.
For those that can’t afford to keep their homes, the council is helping set up a shower center for those displaced by their corruption at St. Paul’s Church. While everyone is being stripped of their life savings and dignity, council and senior staff laugh and send their victims to the showers. Don’t worry the Federal government is setting up an express lane for M.A.I.D (Murderer/Medical Assistance In Dying) for those depressed about losing their homes and dignity.
A long lasting feud between the three wards of North Huron (Blyth, East-Wawanosh & Wingham) has recently cost Winghamites their airport, trailer park, and now the Howson Dam.
Despite Wingham residents and the Wingham Ward Councillors wanting to keep the Dam, Blyth and E-W say no and we can’t. They also are forcing us to “spend” a $1,000,000 removing it, and to jump taxes 20% to help cover the cost.
Most facilities will likely be closed as proposed in the budget, and virtually all services to be outsourced to fund senior staff’s massive compensation package. The pool is scheduled to be closed during July and August, as no one can afford to use the pool anymore after paying Ontario’s highest tax rate.
Winghamites and their Representatives on North Huron council are absolutely powerless to defend what is left of Wingham.
The next council meeting is Monday 16Jan2023, 6pm @ Wingham Town Hall.
Tensions frequently hit the boiling point during the trial of Buck & Jo’s vs Segregation Enforcement (HPPH) 12Jan2023 in Goderich. Buck literally had the HPPH segregationists shaking and trembling on the witness stand to the point the judge had to calm them. According to all video evidence the restaurant actually fully complied with the order from HPPH. A date for verdict will be set 31Jan.
Huron Perth Public Health segregation enforcement officer Patrick Landry admitted in court of his gross error in the order they served on Buck & Jo’s 05Nov2021. The order stated that the business screen customers at the point of entry. This meant the business would have to hire someone to stand on their street corner demanding customers to “show me your papers”.
Landry stated that even though it specifically stated “point of entry” in the order he dropped off, that is not what he meant. Patrick Landry’s fury was clear as he was forced to read aloud his mistake in the courtroom. This gross negligence and lying to his superiors stating he closed Buck & Jo’s dining room are directly responsible for destroying the business and its’ reputation. The dining room was not open for them to close, it had been closed for a week before the incident, and for several months afterward.
Patrick Landry later stated that “the word of a restaurateur means nothing to me” as he appeared to be fighting back tears.
All citizens and business owners are strongly advised to video record ALL interactions with Patrick Landry and anyone claiming to be from Huron Perth Public Health.
Taxes in Wingham, Blyth & East -Wawanosh are set to skyrocket 20% according to North Huron’s draft budget. Taxes on a $490,000 home in Wingham would jump from $10,026 to $12,000+/year. This massive increase is partly due to the council selling millions in real estate for pennies on the dollar, and the missing revenue streams from those properties.
North Huron is considering ceasing and desisting bylaw enforcement on private land, and since the bylaw officer never inspected the Corporation of North Huron’s property or held town staff to account, there is no need for a bylaw enforcement officer. North Huron is therefore considering disbanding the entire bylaw enforcement department to save $72,000/year.
To confirm the information above, please contact council with the information below.
Gregory Stewart, notorious enemy of freedom and justice, will be representing The System at the courthouse in Goderich,12Jan2023 @10am. Stewart is defending Huron Perth Public Health’s (HPPH) right not to answer questions, power of armed inspections, and right to issue false statements to the public to penalize anyone that challenged their authority or asked a question. Many of you remember Mr. Stewart from the multi-million dollar real estate scandal in Wingham.
The People will be represented by Buck & Jo, a couple of grandparents that kicked out an armed OPP officer after he refused to answer questions. The video of the tiny grandmother standing up to HPPH and a masked armed OPP officer went viral, shaming the segregation enforcement team. Hundreds from across the province then flocked to Wingham to show support and help defend the Front Line painted at the threshold of the business. “The line must be drawn here, this far, and no further.”
This will be the 7th visit to court for the victims of Stewart and HPPH, despite Buck & Jo being ready to go on day one. Once a parasitic lawyer latches on to persecute a case (bylaw or HPPH), their only goal is to increase their billable hours and drag it out as long as possible, that is how they make their livelihood.
Tempers will flare again in court if Mr. Stewart attempts to cover up, or exclude any facts or videos. All those attending are encouraged to bring their own bail money.
Below is a 10 minute version of all 4 confrontations with HPPH, including the 12Nov holding of the line.
Across Wingham dissidents are openly defying the SS (Social Standards). Every day more so-called Freedom Fighters are challenging/daring the SS to trespass and/or confiscate property. The SS claims they have far more power than a police officer, judge or even Justin Trudeau, and the SS can “inspect” any home/property and confiscate private property without warrant.
As ownership/storage of any car parts and accessories are banned by the SS, dissidents are stacking spare tires on their porches, by their garages, or anywhere in public view daring the SS to engage. People are posting selfies with auto parts online and comments stating they have a right to fix their own vehicles and that town hall has no authority over them.
The SS would like to remind people that openly defying them may result in a fine of up to $100,000/instance and loss of your home & life savings.
To lower taxes and to turn in your criminal neighbors call the SS at 519-357-3550 ext: 126 or use the contact information for the SS Upper Echelon below.
Only 50 criminals need to be held to account with a $100,000 fine each to raise enough money to eliminate property taxes in Wingham for one year.
SS volunteers are desperately needed to step up and notify Town Hall of any suspected offenders on their street. Those stacking tires outdoors are the most egregious offenders, as they openly mock the SS’s authority further destroying our community.
Not only will you be fulfilling your duty to protect your community, you will receive lower taxes when you do what’s right for the REICH (Reliable Everyday Inspections of Communities & Homes) and report anyone violating any SS directives. Those turning in dissidents/joining the REICH should expect to receive the same immunity and exemptions as town staff or the SS Upper Echelon.
Please report dissidents, your nemeses and neighbors to the SS if you suspect them of owning car parts, working on their own vehicle, owning a spare tire, parking on grass, having more than 4 pets, having snow on their roof, owning a chicken, have dog droppings on their property, etc. etc.
Endanger our children by dumping snow on the sidewalks and we will take your house away from you is the message North Huron’s SS is sending during the latest crackdown.
Anyone that dumps snow on Wingham sidewalks could be fined up to $50,000 for the first offense, $100,000 for each additional violation. Frances Street alone has several criminals that are in violation of the SS’s section 3.18. The next most notorious criminal/offender is at the corner of Victoria & Carling Terrace forcing children to walk in the street due to their callous disregard for our community’s children and pedestrian safety.
Section 3.18 applies to everyone, including contractors, property owners, renters & town staff.
All Citizens have a duty to report any violations of section 3.18 to the SS (Social Standards) so those criminals can receive their $50,000 fine for endangering our children. If those fines aren’t paid, they are added to their tax bill and the property will be sold for unpaid taxes.
Report anyone dumping snow on any sidewalk in Wingham to Nancy Small at 519-357-3500 Ext 126 Email: [email protected]
The prosecution told the Owners of Buck & Jo’s if they handed over $2,500 and lied to the court it would all go away. This stems from 12Nov2021 when the owners unlocked the doors for 25 minutes and waited for HPPH to finally answer their questions. If/when the couple that stood their ground defending their Charter Rights is found guilty the fine is expected to be 10X their initial extortion/plea-bargain demand.
The prosecution (Gregory Stewart) just happens to be the same “lawyer” Wingham Town Hall uses to target citizens with the SS (Social Standards). You might remember Mr. Stewart from the Wingham Airport scandal where 77 prime acres were sold for a total of $200,000, that is less than one building lot in Wingham. Wingham taxpayers are out tens of millions of dollars and their Rights are undefended due to the actions of corrupt and greedy lawyers.
All those living in North Huron (Wingham, Blyth & East Wawanosh) are strictly prohibited from working on their own vehicles by order of the SS (Social Standards) banning car parts and components from properties, except for a few properly zoned repair shops.
All vehicles in Wingham, Blyth & E-W must be in working order and free of damage. Any missing component from glass to spare tire may result in up to a $50,000 fine for the first offense, then $100,000 for a second offense.
Express permission to own/store a spare tire or other car part may be available from the SS division of North Huron. 519-357-3550 ext: 126
Failure to report offenses may result in unannounced inspections of your home/business to ensure compliance, and to determine why you failed to live up to your social duty and report such abuses of the law. Section 4 grants them unfettered warrantless access to anyone’s home or business, resistance and objecting is also a crime under section 4.
North Huron council is determined to build a better REICH (Reliable Everyday Inspections of Community & Homes) to protect our communities. If you want to be part of the new REICH, report any and all SS offenses immediately to the SS at 519-357-3550 ext: 126
At 6:55pm, 19Dec2022 NH council made their Social/Property Standards Committee official, granting themselves “notwithstanding” powers until 2026. It took only 16 seconds total for the 3 readings of the “law” and to pass it. The 3 readings rule was meant to stop the government from ramming laws through with zero public input or scrutiny. Traditionally there would be a minimum of 3 meetings, one reading at each meeting, allowing the public to be informed and to question any overreach attempt. A very critical safeguard in a democracy which has been obliterated by council.
Council and staff now have the power to override the Bill of Rights and our Charter Rights in their opinion. All privacy and property rights are null and void in the eyes of council and the Social Standards (SS) enforcement officers which may demand access to your home with the ability to seize property deemed unsuitable for the community.
The Committee is independent and autonomous from Council and Municipal Administration. The Committee must satisfy legal requirements concerning notice, public hearings, calling of witnesses, notices of decisions and recording of proceedings. The Committee’s decisions may be appealed to the Superior Court of Justice.
As the Property Standards Committee is required to be independent and autonomous from Council, many municipalities have appointed citizen/public members to the Property Standards Committee. Knowing this, staff have researched various Property Standards Committee compositions across the Province of Ontario and have prepared the following six options for Council’s consideration:
Option 1: A Property Standards Committee comprised of all seven (7) Council Members, each having an equal vote.
Option 2: A Property Standards Committee comprised of three (3) Council Members, each having an equal vote.
Option 3: A Property Standards Committee comprised of four (4) residents of the Township of North Huron and one (1) Council Member, each having an equal vote.
Option 4: A Property Standards Committee comprised of two (2) residents of the Township of North Huron and one (1) Council Member, each having an equal vote.
Option 5: A Property Standards Committee comprised of five (5) residents of the Township of North Huron, each having an equal vote. Option 6: A Property Standards Committee comprised of three (3) residents of the Township of North Huron, each having an equal vote.
7.1.9 CL-2022-21 Composition of Property Standards Committee M409/22
SECONDED BY: R. McBurney
THAT the Council of the Township of North Huron hereby receives the report of the Clerk, dated December 5, 2022, regarding the Composition of the Property Standards Committee, for information purposes; AND FURTHER, THAT Council directs staff to proceed with Option 1 for the composition of the Property Standards Committee for the 2022-2026 term of Council; AND FURTHER, THAT Council directs the Clerk to prepare a by-law for a future Regular Council meeting to appoint the Property Standards Committee for the Township of North Huron.
10.5 By-law No. 116-2022 – Appointment of Property Standards Committee 153 THAT By-law No. 116-2022; being a By-law to constitute and appoint a Property Standards Committee for the 2022-2026 term of Council; be introduced, read a first, second, third and final time, be signed by the Reeve and Clerk, and be engrossed in the By-law book.