8:28 AM (15 minutes ago)
At least not for a response that would take more than 10 minutes.
On 2014-09-23 11:15, John SCHNURR wrote:
All Candidates I ask that you answer to the best of your ability to
answer the following questions. Yes I will publish your answers or in
the alternative your un-answers.
I request that you answer within 48 hours.
Are you prepared to sign and honour the Oath of office and the Oath of
Is it your position that Provincial Regulations pertaining to property
use are binding on Private Property?
_(All lands, mines, minerals and Royalties vested in Her Majesty in
the Provinces of Upper Canada, Lower Canada, Nova Scotia, New
Brunswick and Price Edward Island, for the use of such Provinces,
shall belong to the Local Government of the Territory in which the
same are situate; SUBJECT TO ANY TRUSTS THAT MAY EXIST IN RESPECT TO
ANY OF SUCH LANDS OR TO ANY INTEREST OTHER OF OTHER PERSONS OF THE
Is it your position that Municipal By-Laws are enforceable on private
_“THE QUEEN IN RIGHT OF ONTARIO HAS NO RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST IN
AND TO LANDS DESCRIBED” (ONTARIO (ATTORNEY GENERAL) V ROUNDTREE
BEACH ASSN., 1994). “THE QUEEN/CROWN HAS REMOVED THE CROWN DOMAIN
THROUGH LETTERS PATENT, ERGO THERE IS NO AUTHORITY TO BE TRANSFERRED
TO THE PROVINCE._
What is your economic Recovery Plan for this Community?
Has any compensation been paid to anyone including the TSBP for the
expropriation of Highway #6 in 1965?
(IN THE CASE OF A.G. V. DEKEYER’S ROYAL HOTEL, 1920, P. 28 IT IS
STATED “ SINCE THE MAGNA CARTA THE ESTATE OF A SUBJECT IN LANDS OR
BUILDINGS HAS BEEN PROTECTED AGAINST THE PREROGATIVE OF THE CROWN.”
(”THERE WERE PROVISIONS THAT “PRIVATE PROPERTY” COULD ONLY BE
USED OR REGULATED WITH FAIR COMPENSATION BEING PAID, EVEN DURING TIMES
Section 117 “The several provinces shall retain all their respective
Public Property not otherwise disposed of in this Act, subject to the
Right of Canada to assume any lands or Public Property required for
Fortifications or for the Defense of the Country.”
How do you intend to reunite the Communities within the Town of South