• Property Rights 101 2nd Edition Signed Paperback by Elizabeth Marshall
    This is what you have all been waiting for – a book on property rights by Elizabeth (Liz) Marshall. Property rights are the foundation of all Canadian’s wealth, prosperity, dreams and ambition. There is intellectual property, real property, life, limb and liberty property, religious property, et...
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    CAD47.00
  • MPAC: Its Creation and Its Conflicts
    Information on how MPAC is comparable to "e-health", MPAC’s implementation of the "Income Approach"....
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  • Teranet/Polaris: The Problems, the History and the Present
    This report should be read in conjunction with "Why Complete Title Searches and Supporting Documents are Imperative"....
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  • Conservation Authorities: The Legislator's Intent
    Conservation Authorities, throughout Ontario are actively trying to expand their jurisdiction from what belongs to the Conservation Authorities, usurping private property rights....
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  • Conservation Authorities Conservation Ontario: Redundant & Grasping for Power
    When the Conservation Authorities were introduced, they were meant to be an advisory body that provided specific areas of Ontario, as creatures of the municipalities and the Ministry of Public Works, information and an ability to eliminate flooding and erosion. As with a number of different agencies...
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  • Why Complete Title Searches and Supporting Documents are Imperative
    A report on how a private property owner must have all documentation to prove his/her ownership against others, including the Crown....
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  • Green Energy
    The Green Energy Act, Environmental Protection Act, The Electricity Act, the Ontario Energy Board Act: Where are the Democratic Rights?...
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  • The Municipal Councillor’s Guide: Making Ontario a Better Place to Grow
    This document explains how no one is reading the legislation, in its entirety, to know the intent of the legislation....
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  • Official Plans: What Municipal Councils Need to Know
    The government on all levels does not have the authority, under the Planning act to plan for private property....
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  • Back Off Government: What Municipal Lawyers Need to Know about Crown Patents
    This is response to the Ontario Bar Association’s paper as it wasn’t detailed enough to fully explain the Letters Patent/Crown Grants....
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  • OLA Position Paper: Municipal By-laws
    This report is accompanied with a letter from Tom Black, President of the OLA....
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  • Property Standard By-Laws: What Municipal Councils Need to Know
    Municipalities do not have the authority to implement "property standard by-laws" on private property....
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  • The Municipal Councillors Guide: Making Ontario a Better Place to Grow Supplement to 2014, 2015
    In 2013/14 we had produced a Municipal Councillor's Guide, which expressed that there were/are limitations on the powers and authority of Municipal Council and Staff....
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