CANACE responds to Amnesty International re OPP Framework

14 11 2008

Sent: Fri 11/14/2008 11:37 AM

Subject: RE: your endorsement of OPP ‘Framework’

Dear Amnesty International Canada:

Your recent endorsement of the OPP ‘Framework’ is most disturbing. Mr. McHale has already provided you with information regarding how this Framework has been used to openly violate the rights and safety of innocent non-natives caught up in land claims through no fault of their own, therefore, I will not spend much time on that issue. I do hope you’ve taken the time to read Mr. McHale’s Charter Application and watched the video of Shawn Brant declaring he doesn’t give a ‘rat’s ass’ how many victims he creates!

SUPPRESSION OF EVIDENCE BY IPPERWASH INQUIRY: You are correct in that the Commissioner of the Ipperwash Inquiry did indeed endorse the Framework as ‘best practices.’ What you likely do not know, however, is that the Inquiry deliberately excluded all non-native Ipperwash residents from testifying. It also refused to publish their evidence.

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CANACE needs your help

8 11 2008

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For more than two years the founders of CANACE have worked full time to restore the rule of law and equality before the law in places like Caledonia, Hagersville and Cayuga, and have paid a heavy price for doing so.

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McHale takes 10% of vote in Haldimand-Norfolk

27 10 2008

 

CANACE Executive Director Gary McHale recently received the poll-by-poll results for Haldimand-Norfolk which show, among other interesting stats, that he scored 1st or 2nd in every Caledonia poll!

In addition to taking Caledonia, Mr. McHale showed that he had support in neighbouring towns as evidenced by the fact that 62% of his votes came from outside Caledonia. Caledonia’s victims should be pleased to know that some of their neighbours really do care about their plight.

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CANACE Executive Director runs in Haldimand-Norfolk riding

3 10 2008

UPDATED 1226 EST Oct 17/08

Gary McHale, President/Executive Director of CANACE, is running as a candidate for the riding of Haldimand-Norfolk. The riding includes the towns of Caledonia, Hagersville, York, Dunnville and Cayuga, all sites of illegal occupations by native protesters.

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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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New CANACE corporation, new CANACE website

31 07 2008

UPDATED 1825 EST July 31/08

Until recently, CANACE existed as an informal group of activists working together for a common goal. As our credibility grew, however, potential donors and supporters made it clear they wanted to see CANACE become formalized and more accountable.

With the help of donors from inside and outside Caledonia, we have now registered a federal corporation as we continue to move forward with the struggle to preserve the rule of law in Ontario and promote reconciliation between native and non-native peoples based on truth, justice and respect for the rights of all citizens regardless of race or grievance.

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CANACE counters T.R.U.E. attempt to rewrite Caledonia history

30 07 2008

The Brantford Expositor today published a letter written by CANACE President and Executive Director Gary McHale intended to expose the attempt by a group called ‘Two Row Understanding Through Education’ (TRUE) to blame the media for the well-deserved black-eye native extremists are receiving in the media.

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Brantford Expositor, July 30/08
Letter to Editor by Gary McHale,
Executive Director of CANACE
T.R.U.E. – Meeting held little truth [PDF]
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Mr. McHale made it clear that CANACE believes that if true healing is to begin, native extremists owe an apology to the innocent victims – both native and non-native – of their lawlessness, and that CANACE will not allow them to rewrite history:

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