• 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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  • OLA Yearly Membership
    Membership in any one of the 22 OLA Associations ensures that you have the power, the strength, the knowledge and the reputation of this powerful organization protecting your landowner rights 24/7....
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    CAD50.00
  • 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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  • 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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  • 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 OSPCA Act: Hidden Denied Oversight
    There are very few changes between the original Letters Patent of incorporation of the OSPCA from 1913 in comparison to today's act....
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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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  • Planning Ontario The History And The Intent
    Historically the jurisdiction of the Municipalities hasn't changed since the very beginning of Municipal Acts in the Province of Quebec, Upper Canada, Quebec, or Ontario....
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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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  • Why a Rooster Just Might Make More Sense Than a Politician PDF Download by Elizabeth Marshall
    Howdy! This here is the Old Rooster ‘n’ ifn’ you is from the City, don’t be shutin’ this book afore you give it a chance. See I has this sister, Henrietta, ‘n’ she lives in the back-yard of some folks, who be wantin’ fresh eggs, in town, ‘n’ she’s just as prone to spressin’ h...
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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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  • 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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  • An Introduction to Crown Land Patents 2015
    The purpose of this report is to provide an introduction to Crown Land Patents of private property owners situate within, the geographical boundaries of, Ontario. This introduction examines the historical, ethical and economic aspects of Crown Land Patents....
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