Rebel News publishes hysterical screed, blaming eviction personally on Justin Trudeau; barrister Sarah Miller announces fundraiser to raise $427,000 to file human rights complaint.
Not sure what they hope to achieve with a human rights complaint. The Landlord and Tenant Board is the place to argue about evictions.
The Internet really needs a sarcasm font, doesn't it?
It does, but one man's sarcasm is another's "truth."In a statement emailed to CBC Wednesday night, one of TUPC's directors, William Komer, alleges the owners of St. Brigid's tried to "unlawfully evict" the organization after it raised concerns "regarding what we understand to be breaches of the Ontario Human Rights Code by the property owners."
And of course we know that normally, Conservatives are all about evicting people with a minimum of due process because what is with the "useless eaters" (who may not even be white) getting in the way of profits.But their opinion is a touch different when the useless eaters are them. Not that the alt-right are ever anything but useless, but you know what I mean.
The notice says the landlord has terminated the lease, effective Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022, as a result of "arrears of payment of rent in the amount of $10,000" and "failure to provide proof of liability insurance in the minimum of $5 million." Another notice on the door says the tenants are in violation of the Ontario Heritage Act and failed to obtain necessary permits for construction under the Ontario Building Code Act
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