Montreal's 375th Anniversary Celebration,
Our Elected Officials VIP Lists & Total Costs.
DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. EXCLUSIVE CASE.
UPDATED: February 19, 2018
Our ongoing investigation into the VIP lists, including the massive spending of taxpayer
dollars surrounding the 375th Anniversary celebrations is coming to a conclusion.
With the celebrations now over, the time has come to calculate the total costs.
Rest assured that we have gained significant ground in our pursuit of the truth.
Expect a complete report regarding the VIP lists and total taxpayer dollars spent.
DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. will be publishing this press release in due time.
UPDATE: February 19, 2018.
DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. attends the Montreal City Council meeting. At this meeting, our newly elected council confirms that they are researching the legality of publishing the 375th anniversary VIP lists. The VIP lists include the names of all VIP guests invited by our elected officials to these events.
Should the laws permit, the council also confirms their full commitment to publish these lists.
DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. is pleased that the Montreal City Council is actively reviewing our case.
We are confident that total transparency will be attained in this case.
In the meantime, we will continue to work tirelessly towards a conclusion.
Please keep posted regularly for future updates regarding this very important case.
To view our latest public interventions, click on the videos above.
Part 3: February 19, 2018
Part 2: April 25, 2017
La Société des Célebrations du 375e Anniversaire de Montréal's reply.
La Société des Célebrations du 375e Anniversaire de Montréal is the organization mandated to oversee the administration of all 375th-anniversary events.
They have cordially refused (in writing) to disclose the VIP lists and total costs.
La Société des Célebrations du 375e Anniversaire de Montréal claims that DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. did not properly formulate our access to information request. They believe that the laws in Québec surrounding access to documents and personal information held by public bodies do not apply in this case.
In short, the organization believes that they can refuse access to information with respect to how our taxpayer dollars are spent to administer the 375th Anniversary!!!
In our access to information request, (April 2017), we requested the total costs to the taxpayers of Montréal for the 375th-anniversary celebrations, including the lists of all VIP guests invited by our elected officials to 375th-anniversary celebration parties.
La Société des Célebrations du 375e Anniversaire de Montréal has also claimed that they will be publishing a full report of all activities related to the 375th Anniversary Celebration in due course. It is not clear what they plan to publish in this report, or when.
We expedited a very simple and straightforward request.
There should be no confusion as to what we are requesting and why.
We demand to know how our taxpayer dollars are being spent and who they are being spent on!!!
La Société des Célebrations du 375e Anniversaire
(The reply to our access to information request in French).
For more information regarding The Montreal Community Cares Foundation, please visit their website by clicking on the images above.
We would like to take this moment to cordially thank Ms.Tracey Arial and The Suburban Newspaper
for reporting on the facts, and bravely going where many other media dare to follow.
Joseph Pugliese. DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. is very grateful for all the work that Tracey Arial
and The Suburban Newspaper performed in helping expose our cases to the general public.
Tracey Arial is a reporter with The Suburban Newspaper, an independent writer, and author.
Tracey Arial specializes in reporting on community awareness across LaSalle, Verdun,
Montreal, and other cities.
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Part 1: April 24, 2017
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THE QUEBEC STUDENT LOANS AND BURSARIES CASE
November 7, 2018: DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. is pleased to announce that we have officially commenced PHASE 4 of our public awareness campaign. Please keep posted.
CASE PENDING IMMEDIATE CLOSURE
On March 15, 2018, DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. expedited an official request to the attention of the Québec Environment Minister Isabelle Melançon. In this request, we ask the Minister's office to publicly disclose the UNCENSORED and COMPLETE report named:
"CINTEC ENVIRONMENT INC. FINAL REPORT"
The citizens deserve to know the UNCENSORED TRUTH that is shadowed within this CONFIDENTIAL report, especially the total volume of toxins found at this LaSalle site. To know more about this EXCLUSIVE CASE, click here.
UPDATE, November 7, 2018: Will our newly elected Premier of Québec, François Legault, assume FULL leadership in this case? Will Québec's newly formed CAQ majority government deliver where the Québec Liberals failed? Click here to find out.
UPDATE: DEMOCRATIQUE.CA INC. receives a written reply from the Minister's office. This reply is to confirm that Québec Environment Minister Isabelle Melançon, will not be pursuing the full release of this confidential report.
To be continued...