July 1, 2016 - Correction - Dr. Ranjit Kumar Chandra or whatever variation he is currently using, was not convicted of being a liar, I don't know what I was thinking! Please accept my apologies for this error! Yours Truly, one Canadian https://youtu.be/gKYr1VerT4A Published on 5 Aug 2015 Ranjit Chandra, once an acclaimed researcher... Continue Reading →
Rogers Communications Inc. v. Châteauguay (City) - SCC Cases (Lexum) The effects of a municipal measure must be considered in conjunction with its purpose. The fact that such a measure affects a federal head of power does not on its own explain why the action was taken. However, the evidence in the record does clearly... Continue Reading →
"Was it actually random, meaning were there questions that would easily have allowed the hospital to know which patient you were, even if you didn't include your name?"