Health Canada breaches MMA participants privacy

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Health Canada has come under investigation again from the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, after receiving hundreds of complaints that Health Canada had sent out revealing private information to 40,000 registered participants in the Medical Marihuana Access Program (MMAP) that clearly Read More …

Human Rights allegations proceed against Landlord Legal and Paul Smith… Stewart closes Meaford office

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A paralegal firm owned and operated by Catherine April Stewart of Landlord Legal inc has been in our website news spotlight since May of 2013, when April Stewart was hired to evict a tenant of Ralph Dykstra, William Dykstra and Donald Dykstra of Dykstra Bros Electric of Barrie.

The tenant in question had a valid Medical Marihuanna license to possess and grow his own medical marihuana as well as signed permission from the three Dykstra Brothers themselves but was forced to file allegations in Human Rights against Ralph Dykstra, William Dykstra, Donald Dykstra, Catherine April Stewart and her alleged boyfriend,process server and private investigator Paul T Smith when they attempted to evict him from his 40 Ellen Street Barrie Ontario apartment.

Federal Court ruled medical marijuana growers can continue to grow past March 31st 2014 deadline

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Health Canada had also sent out letters with identifying information pertaining to the participants in the MMAP and their association with the Health Canada Medical Access Program and had sent the contact letters through regular mail services instead of private services that were always used for contact prior to the privacy breach. This is the third time Health canada has allegedly violated Federal Privacy Laws.