I'd like to arrange appropriate accommodations with you momentarily regarding File No. 107/22 proceedings and the representation of these tenants subsequent to the male's detainment from Oct-06 thru Dec-13 at Toronto South Detention Centre. This detainment of the tenant has caused a severe head trauma (6+ staples, recent scar tissue on the rear left side of his skull, dizziness, and injured collar bone) which has resulted in a condition which has impacted the male tenant's ability to act in a timely fashion, while recovering from these injuries sustained in TSDC. This includes the detention facility's confiscation of, and failure to return, his precious (over $1,000) 14k gold wedding band.
First, history shows that unfettered professional discretion undermines a consumer's autonomy, dignity and integrity. Second, without the right to review, other rights are impossible to assert as the human rights- based jurisprudence shows. Finally, in the case of Ontario's legislation, the right to review is the most efficient means to ensure that the rationale for limiting a consumer's rights can be articulated and justified according to objective criteria.
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Please find attached the Certificate of Stay issued for the above noted matter. Toronto Divisional Court File No 107/22.
The cost to file the appeal is $229 for the appeal, $31 for the stay and $608 to perfect.
"The Tenant (CWT) continued to speak inappropriately to other tenants regarding their personal beliefs of the COVID pandemic.. The Tenant(s) were provided an opportunity to retain their tenancy by refraining from having unwanted conversations with other tenants regarding the COVID 19 pandemic and their personal choice on vaccinations and masks, to no avail."
Mr Bayles was acting with aggression towards my wife, and was unresponsive to my reasonable explanation that there are exemptions to the "Mandatory Mask Wearing Policy". Mr Bayles has no right accosting tenants with his demands that they cover their face or wear other clothing. That is improper.