Caledonia breakthrough: Canadians allowed to walk past DCE with Canadian flags

25 06 2009

opp_000682CANACE is very pleased to report that the following letter was sent to the OPP to thank them for their role in the ‘Support Randy Fleming‘ rally that took place on June 20/09.

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June 21, 2009 

Commissioner Fantino, Ontario Provincial Police
Superintendent Gentle
Inspector McLean
Sergeant Carter
Sergeant Michaud

Dear Gentlemen:

Gary McHale and Merlyn Kinrade asked if I would pass on thanks from CANACE to you and your officers for your assistance, your honest communications and your decision to protect and respect the rights of non-natives to walk down Argyle Street with Canadian flags past the DCE. I know this was a big step for the OPP and I know that Sgt. Carter could not have helped make it happen without the support of the OPP leadership. For this we are truly grateful to you all.

Before leaving Lions Park I told the crowd that the officers of the OPP have had a rough three years, too and that no matter what has happened in the past, or will happen in the future, today they made the decision to do the right thing for us. I asked them to thank every OPP officer they met that day in the hopes your officers would go home to their families to tell them that perhaps life will be getting better for them, too.

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CANACE presentation to Brantford Council

1 10 2008

UPDATED 1437 EST Oct 02/08

On Monday, Sept 29/08 CANACE VP/Director of Research, Mark Vandermaas, and Treasurer/Caledonia Liaison, Merlyn Kinrade, addressed the Public Forum Committee of Brantford Council in a 10 minute presentation of, ‘Reconciliation: the CANACE Path.’

“Our short-term goal is to preserve the rule of law and Ontario’s economy by ending race-based policing and land claim lawlessness,” Vandermaas told council, while three city police officers kept watch in the chamber.

“Our long-term goal is to force politicians to pass legislation to ensure this never happens again. We must create a province and a country where true reconciliation between natives and non-natives is possible based on truth, justice and respect for the rights of all human beings.”

Brantford Expositor, Sept 30/08: Gary McHale group greeted by heckler at city hall [REPRINT] [PDF]

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CANACE Report: Legalized MYTHS of Illegal Occupations

8 05 2008

UPDATE July 14/08: Legalized MYTHS was downloaded more than 2,600 times in the first 24 hours following its release on May 07/08 with 8,457 total downloads to date. In the last 13 days there has been renewed interest in the report with 1435 downloads – 110 times per day.

UPDATE May 13/08: 1. Revised edition of ‘Legalized Myths’ report released. In addition to correcting several typos, and adding source citations, the revised report includes an acknowledgement of MPP Toby Barrett’s role in representing his constituents in the struggle to end race-based policing in Ontario.  2. Link to video footage of Cayuga presentation added below.
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CANACE is pleased to announce that our latest report – Legalized MYTHS of Illegal Occupations – was presented to a crowd of 90 people at a packed hall in Cayuga, Ontario on May 07/08 who gave us and our report a very warm welcome, especially when CANACE’s Director of Research Mark Vandermaas summed up the last two years of state-enabled lawlessness:

“Once you strip away the myths and the lies they are predicated upon, the so-called ‘justification’ of race-based policing offered by the OPP and the McGuinty government is nothing more than liberalist-ideology-gone-insane hidden inside a house of cards surrounded by smoke and mirrors.”

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CANACE presentation: ‘LIES OPP tell Builders’

1 05 2008

Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality will be presenting ‘LIES OPP tell Builders’ in the Cayuga Lions Hall next Wednesday. This presentation – based on our newest report of the same name – will expose the fabrications used by the OPP and native protesters to mislead land owners and the public about the right of native protesters to commit illegal activities.

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CANACE presentation: ‘LIES OPP tell Builders’

1 05 2008

Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality will be presenting ‘LIES OPP tell Builders’ in the Cayuga Lions Hall next Wednesday. This presentation – based on our newest report of the same name – will expose the fabrications used by the OPP and native protesters to mislead land owners and the public about the right of native protesters to commit illegal activities.

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