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BCHRT capitulates to madness & photo Whatcott and Rod Taylor

Postby Bill Whatcott » Sun Dec 10, 2017 1:39 am

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Christian Heritage Party President Rod Taylor and Bill Whatcott put up election signs together on Friday morning in the riding of South Surrey-White Rock. South Surrey-White Rock is holding a byelection. Please pray for Mr. Taylor to do well and that the Christian Heritage Party's message of faith, family, freedom, and true conservatism based on God's Word resonates with voters in the riding.

On September 8, 2017 British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal adjudicator Walter Rilkoff wrote:

[2] Ms. Oger was born as a male but identifies as a female. She was a candidate for the New
Democratic Party in the May 2017 provincial general election in the Electoral District of
Vancouver – False Creek.


To see the entirety of this preliminary ruling on interveners and the discourse between myself, the interveners, and Ronan's lawyer go here: viewtopic.php?f=16&t=10659


December 8, 2017

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Bill Whatcott
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Paul Fromm CAFE
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Via Email Re: Morgane Oger v. Bill Whatcott (Case Number: 16408)

In the Tribunal’s decision 2017 BCHRT 195 [the intervenor decision] at para. 2, the Tribunal wrote “Ms. Oger was born a male but identifies as female.” Ms. Oger requested a correction of an error in the decision on the basis that her materials do not set out that Ms. Oger was born a male. The Tribunal asked Ms. Oger’s lawyer to clarify the purported error in the decision. The response email, in its entirety reads, “Ms. Oger was not born as a male.” The Tribunal declined to amend the decision. Ms. Oger then applied for reconsideration of that decision, based on significantly more fulsome submissions. The Tribunal declined to reconsider, on the basis that these submissions could have been made at the time the Tribunal asked for clarification.

Ms. Oger has now filed a petition for judicial review seeking to quash the reconsideration decision and an order deleting the sentence in the intervenor decision. The petition argues that there was no evidence before the Tribunal about the history of Ms. Oger’s gender identity and that this is a finding of fact made without supporting evidence.

Despite my stated concerns with how the issue was addressed, which I still hold, I have concluded that the sentence will be deleted. The issue is of obvious significance to Ms. Oger and is not a matter that the Tribunal need address in the intervenor decision. The issue has side-tracked the Tribunal’s process and seeking the court’s intervention in the application for judicial review will similarly serve to draw the parties’ attention away from the complaint.

Accordingly, the first sentence in paragraph 2 of the intervenor decision will be deleted, and the second sentence in paragraph 2 will commence with “Ms. Oger” in place of “She."

Walter Rilkoff, Tribunal Member



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