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Once more, into the fray…with Michele Drapeau Law Office

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Once again, after winning in Federal Court, our battle has been extended by Treasury Board Secretariat. We find ourselves having to take TBS back into Federal Court to finalize our claim for Home Equity Assistance. Our family has carried this load for 5 years now, won our grievances and won in federal court, but TBS continues to SPEND YOUR TAX DOLLARS denying our entitlements.

The only way we can get accountability is by voting, and taking them to court.

We are once again asking for financial support to assist with this legal battle, so that the TBS will be held accountable to follow their own policies, instead of getting away with the use of Blanket Denials for hundreds of Canadian Military families. Details available at www.healoss.wordpress.com

Donations may be made at: http://www.gofundme.com/2j18gw

Thank you so much for your continued support in this quest for Government Accountability.

T

https://healoss.files.wordpress.com/2015/06/2015-06-03-brauer-notice-of-application.pdf

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Government continues to deny soldiers entitlements after 5 year fight

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I have been away from the computer lately, as I have had to change jobs after 26 years. Seems that a few supervisors wanted to peek into my medical records, and they got caught. My first day back at work and I got my posting message. I could not make this stuff up!

The following link provides the current details on the Government of Canada’s latest attempt to delay and deny the relocation entitlements ordered by the Federal Court of Canada.

https://healoss.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/defendant_moving-party_s-memorandum-of-fact-and-law-9-apr-15.pdf

I encourage all military families to have a look at the lengths that the government is going through to deny us entitlements on relocations. $73,000 equity loss, over $250,000 in losses, health, career, QOL etc.

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Comments welcomed. Assessments of the Government’s motion to strike are also welcomed by the layperson, barrack room lawyer and Barrister alike.

If you think you are affected, you may contact the legal team directly at: HEAClassaction@mcinnescooper.com

Marcus Brauer

Canadian Human Rights Complaint-Major Brauer and the Systematic Denial of Relocation Entitlements

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Good evening all:

As it has been 4 years and 8 months since we were unfairly denied our Home Equity Assistance entitlements, it is time to get some closure. Tomorrow, I will be submitting my observations to the Human Rights Committee as a complaint. It is hoped that this external review will not be dismissed as were my “disclosure of wrongdoing” or “claim against the Crown”. Both of these were dismissed without investigation. The department of justice lawyer (a Major in the CAF) went so far as to state that this was a political, not a legal issue.

As my family continues to carry the debt and its horrible effects – it has cost us more than we could have imagined. I still have an opportunity to make things right for my family and for those who serve, but not without resolving this grievance. By communicating my Human Rights complaint, hopefully some of the effects of coming forward will be resolved and we can get on with the mission, and the family.

Wish me luck and please share.

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TBS – Celebrating 5 years of inhumane treatment of military families

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Today was one of the most difficult days so far. Submitted my application for compassionate status (a career ender) and I am coming to the conclusion that no matter how much I sell, how hard I work or how many jobs I take, I cannot repay the money.  The most frustrating part, is that it is not my fault. I’ve been carrying the HEA debt since 2010 and using all finances to buy time. Since it has been five years and TBS continues to delay and deny, I am left with little else to do but declare. Why did I not declare earlier? Here are a few reasons:

Loss of perfect credit score for 7 years;
resultant inability to relocate in future, inability to loan or co-sign loans for 5
school aged children (jeopardizing their future);
places the focus of blame on the individual, not the CAF/TBS;
subjected to repossessions and harassing collection agencies;
further personal and family humiliation;
it is against my families beliefs to pass debt onto the taxpayer; and
added stressors to an already stressful situation.

All this time, work and effort – at what price? The Treasury Board of Canada has worn me down, destroyed my life and the lives of my family.

At what price?

FOR WIDEST DISTRIBUTION – Class Action announced for HOME EQUITY ASSISTANCE

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FOR WIDEST DISTRIBUTION – Class Action announced for HOME EQUITY ASSISTANCE.

FOR WIDEST DISTRIBUTION – Class Action announced for HOME EQUITY ASSISTANCE

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After 4 1/2 years, the government has denied my request for a claim against the Crown. Even after the Federal Court of Canada had written their findings https://www.canlii.org/en/ca/fct/doc/2014/2014fc488/2014fc488.pdf.

I have attempted to resolve at the lowest levels, however the Crown continue to delay and refuse responsibility.

NOW: All CAF families who have been denied relocation entitlements can join in the class action (at no cost) in an attempt to compensate for systemically denied relocation entitlements.  Please pass this information along to serving/retired members who took a large equity hit on their home sale upon posting.

According to Treasury Board Secretariat there are 147 families who were systematically denied between 2007-2010, there were 146 applications for 100% HEA from core (above the $15,000). ALL REQUESTS WERE DENIED BY TBS.

Now, I am asking for your help to spread the word, so that these 146+ families can get justice for the monies wrongly denied from them by TBS (some in excess of $100,000).

If you were affected by the HEA denial, please contact the representative lawyer (http://www.mcinnescooper.com/people/daniel-wallace/) to add your name to the list.

Do not hesitate to post any questions, or contact me directly at

i_win@live.ca

Military Families deserve not to be bankrupted by the government they serve! Lets support these troops and end the financial suffering, once and for all.

We are still in the fight

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It has been 4 months since the Federal Court directed TBS to remedy the systemic denial of Home Equity Assistance, and yet no remedy.  I would like to take the time to thank the Treasury Board Secretariat, on behalf of my family, that yet another summer has gone by without the resources to have a holiday.  Keep up the great work.

I remain committed to resolving this issue and I am  available to anyone who requires guidance, assistance or just to vent. TBS can’t hold out forever. Some day soon the TBS will be held accountable for their actions in systemically denying the Home Equity Assistance to Canadian Forces, the RCMP and their families.

The Treasury Board of Canada cannot purposefully short change families by 10’s or 100’s of thousands of dollars, and think that they can get away with it. You have chosen to pick on the wrong bunch this time.  We don’t strike, we don’t picket and we don’t loose..not ever.

Pay us your ill gotten gains TBS! You were caught in the Federal Court of Canada (https://www.canlii.org/en/ca/fct/doc/2014/2014fc488/2014fc488.pdf) and there is no hiding your negligence.

http://www.healoss.wordpress.comCFIRP 2009

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