Cannabis compared to Alcohol

“Why are marijuana and alcohol treated differently from other drugs? They each have effects that can be used for medicinal purposes, as well as undesirable side effects, so why are they not produced and regulated the same as the other medicines?” Cannabis and alcohol are absolutely not similar in use and benefit. Here are the... Continue Reading →


The Case – Very Briefly

Kueber v. Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre

I was injured and left severely disabled by the actions of some of the defendants, caused by their malpractice or negligence, lack of consent, and fraud.

There were 14 defendants who advanced 4 motions in Superior Court for full or partial summary judgment.  I’ve been trying to release some of the defendants, since 2014.

The groups of defendants are jointly and severally liable, with cross-claims.  I advanced a cross-motion but did not appeal that decision.  Fresh Statement of Claim

In Superior Court, long after commencement of my appeal, the defendants were awarded costs, $165,000 $135,000 and there was no Sanderson or Bullock order  Endorsement and cost submissions 

My Appeal was on 3 grounds, my Supplementary Appeal focused on the errors of law:

  1. The defendants failed to meet their individual Evidentiary Burdens on motion;
  2. Meaningful Review, the (further) reasons lacked any legal reasoning or consideration of the facta and briefs

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Don’t be surprised if you lose!

Kueber v. Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre

I am not a lawyer and nothing on this site should be construed as legal advice.

I warn you, and please take this to heart, despite the ruling from the Supreme Court of Canada, which you can find here: Pintea v. Johns, [2017] 1 SCR 470, 2017 SCC 23, which in 2017, confirmed the 2006 recommendations of the Canadian Judicial Council that you can find here:    Statement of Principles on Self-represented Litigants , despite that ruling in which essentially, the Supreme Court of Canada said, everyone, the whole gang of you need to start treating self-represented litigants, SRLs fairly, take heed and fair warning, no matter how good the advice is you’re given, no matter how many years you’ve studied the law, no matter how tall your mountains of evidence….. your legal arguments and your evidence, might not even be considered.

Not a lawyer, however, in my understanding the evidentiary…

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Kueber v RVH and The Gang

I’ve set up a new website, I’m getting organized for the next round, I read, and I studied, I even saw, how others have published their factums, I didn't see any reason why I couldn't publish the factum for my appeal.  Admittedly, it's not perfect, I got a bit rushed and sleep deprived, but... Continue Reading →

The Right to Protest in Town Square

An amusing, yet somewhat ironic read. Citation Republished / Excerpt follows Citation: Bracken v. Fort Erie (Town), 2017 ONCA 668 (CanLII), <;, retrieved on 2017-09-22   [1]            The appellant, Mr. Bracken, describes himself as a citizen journalist. When he disagrees with government decisions, he states his opinions, demands answers, and makes use of... Continue Reading →

B.C. patients launch court challenge over forced psychiatric treatments

Republication follows, with emphasis added / Source ANDREA WOO VANCOUVER MARCH 24, 2017SEPTEMBER 13, 2016 Two people who were forced to receive injection medications and electroconvulsive therapy while involuntarily detained for mental-health reasons are challenging the constitutional validity of forced psychiatric treatments. Under British Columbia's Mental Health Act, a person who is involuntarily detained is... Continue Reading →

Canada’s Cannabis Act Hearings

Hot off the presses! Canada's Cannabis Act Hearings - Release - From Dana Larsen follows: Sensible BC Hey Barb, I just got back from Ottawa, and I wanted to share some links with you. I was in Ottawa to testify about the Liberal's Cannabis Act. I spoke to the Standing Committee on Health, and explained... Continue Reading →


“What are the best questions to the people who are against the legalization of marijuana?” Globally, tobacco use killed 100 million people in the 20th century, much more than all deaths in World Wars I and II combined. Tobacco-related deaths will number around 1 billion in the 21st century if current smoking patterns continue. Among... Continue Reading →

  You could get someone to work for you for 30 minutes, the minimum wage is $11.00 per hour or, you could get $5 for the day to live on, thanks a perverse program called WORKS, where there is none. But if you're really, really lucky, you'll become an Authorized Court Transcriber, and get $4.86... Continue Reading →

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