UNITED COUNTIES OF PRESCOTT & RUSSELL

United Counties of Prescott & Russel linked to Local Nursing Home Scandal

Why Can't You Fight City Hall?

Because They Bury You in Paperwork?


Sept. 8. 2004
The United Counties of Prescott & Russell, has been discovered as being linked to certain events of the local nursing home scandal of 2004. M. Wertwyn Acting Gen. Mgr. - CFNE
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August 22, 2006 TAPE - Coordinator of Economic Development & Tourism mentioned talking to Mr. Yvan St. Jean about the Regional tourism branding issue. Where is the written documentation inviting him to do so? Concerning First Nations (Aboriginal) participation regarding this issue. Is is safe to assume that the proper invitations were not done? The final selection committee did not have a recognized member, of a First Nations, Aboriginal non-profit incorporated group, or Metis Nation of Ontario (MNO), Charter Communities group, working in co-operation with Cultural Foundation Native Expressions in that initiative. Just another waste of time & money just for the aboriginals who live here to say, they live here at "The Eastern Door" of the province of Ontario.

July 17, 2006, Mr. Yvan St. Jean contacted UCPR for help to distribute invitation of "Ground Blessing Ceremony", before July, 30, 2006 via their massive e-mail capabilities.

July 19, 2006, UCP&R's final reply was that the Ground Blessing invitations would be sent to six tourism centers for redistribution to announce it as per dept. policy. However contrarily to this special UCP&R Economic Development & Tourism policy, they chose to instead distribute a $5.00 voucher per child for L'echo d'un Peuple show admission promotion dated July 20 2006. As a result many people missed the Ground Blessing Ceremony. CFNE rec'd several e-mails offering apologies for having missed the event, Funny some of them suggested we should have used the UCP&R's e-mail system to announce this historic event.

April 25, 2006, UCP&R monthly council meeting, Coordinator of Economic Development & Tourisms' statement "Supporting Aboriginal Development.

September 27, 2006, Mr. Yvan St. Jean placed a call to the coordinator of Economic Development & Tourism regarding a written statement of status concerning the Partnership between UCP&R and the CFNE project. This was required for Fed., and Prov., accountability reports and a funding application at PRCDC for September 29, 2006. The coordinator was unavailable. The call was transferred internally to someone else an employee. Mr. Yvan St. Jean had a interesting conversation, the employee informed Mr. Yvan St. Jean, that M. Pommainville and the UCP&Rs' council were dictating against regional government support towards Cultural Foundation Native Expressions project. (I should mention the speaker phone was on) This has been witnessed and is well documented.

September 29, 2006, Funding request, unsupported by UCP&R was brought to the Prescott and Russell Community development Corp. This was to complete CFNEs' business plan, including International marketing plan, for Europe, Japan and China sectors. Thus Prescott & Russell would become an International Cultural Destination, with full Aboriginal Tourism Canada support (ATASO).

November 9, 2006, Coordinator of Economic Development & Tourism could not be found to support a federal funding application. CFNE was advised at the time, that it would be better to cancel the request, and insist the request be paid directly out of UCP&Rs' Economic Development & Tourism Dept.



L'écho d'un peuple Inc. wins financial fight with the United Counties



"I feel as though I have had a gun at my head," said Mayor Conrad Lamadeleine of Casselman.






More Government Corruption?

Bankrupt Francoscénie tries to rise again Festival gets $300,000 in government grants after $1.6-million handout
, Dave Rogers, The Ottawa Citizen, Dave Rogers, Feb. 1, 2007
Alain Dagenais, the founder of the $4-million pageant that depicts four centuries of French-Canadian history, blamed bad management for $759,000 in debts that forced the show to seek bankruptcy protection from creditors in 2005. Francoscénie had a $100,000 deficit in 2006, increasing its debt to $800,000 after three seasons. The pageant's bankruptcy affected 150 creditors,

Nation Municipality Funds Bankrupt "bad management" $759,000 Debt Ridden Project
while All Funding Refused and/or Delayed for C.F.N.E.


Multicultural Educational Native Center gets ZERO!!! and its not bankrupt!


Dennis Pommainville approved local funding for Francoscénie and appeared in the show with his picture in the local newspaper!

The show portrays a historically inaccurate portrayal of Champlain. Samuel de Champlain historically is responsible for the attempted genocide and destruction of many villages,ie. Hochelaga, this village alone had an estimated 50 longhouses and a population of 1,500. 14 villages were destroyed by this person and his army on the North Shore of the St. Lawrence Village. Many people at the time migrated to other locations like "The Lands of OSOSCHATAROSON, now known as The United counties of Prescott and Russell. Their descendants' still live on.

"First Nations Children attending a French School Board are having their Diplomas withheld if they do not attend a local Production L'echo D'un Peuple."


C.F.N.E.'s website usage continues to accelerate and is receiving increasing traffic interest from international sources.



United Counties of Prescott Russel Website


Favoritism and Failure to comply with Regulations discovered at the Nation Municipality in emails from Yvan St. Jean

Nation Municipality fails to disclose crucial l'Echo d'un Peuple documents in Freedom of Information Request

CAO/Clerk breaks freedom of information act and fails to disclose crucial l'Echo d'un Peuple documents in Freedom of Information Request

Municipal Permits are not required at Drouin Farm for l'Echo d'un Peuple!
but they are required on St. Jean's Farm for C.F.N.E.?


Documented Municipal precedents exonorating the Drouin Farm and Francoscenie/l'Echo d'un Peuple from any scheduled fees from the Nation Municipality Planning Department, but a non-profit native educational center C.F.N.E. is charged fees.

Many more documents and evidence proving this are forthcoming they will be published here.



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Subject : the threat [FW]RE: [RE]Site Plan Agreement CFNE
Date : Mon, 04 Aug 2008 10:25:50 -0400 (EDT)
From : "yvan st jean"
To :

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Subject : RE: [RE]Site Plan Agreement CFNE
Date : Thu, 10 Jul 2008 13:32:00 -0400
From : "Mary McCuaig"
To : "'yvan st jean'" , "'Guylain Lafleche'"
Cc : "'James D. Campbell'" , , "'John Summers'" , , "'John Summers'" , "'Denis Pommainville'"

Read receipt.

If you are aware of any other documentation than provided you will have to be more specific.

Mary J. McCuaig, A.M.C.T.
CAO/Clerk/Directrice générale/Greffière
The Nation Municipality/Municipalité de La Nation
c/o 958 Route 500 West/ouest
Casselman, ON K0A 1M0
mmccuaig@nationmun.ca
613-764-5444 ext. 222 Fax: 613-764-3310

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From: yvan st jean [mailto:cfneman@lycos.com]
Sent: July 10, 2008 1:05 PM
To: Guylain Lafleche
Cc: 'James D. Campbell'; 'Mary McCuaig'; fstamour@nationmun.ca; John Summers; david.shelly@nelligan.ca; John Summers
Subject: [RE]Site Plan Agreement CFNE

July 9th, 2007

Mr Laflèche

Your Notification has been received and will be addressed.
As you are aware your departments approval of the site plan was based on a precedent, properly obtained, by CFNE's solicitor James D. Campbell.
Copies of approved site plan drawings are on file at both Federal AND Provincial government levels, the same applies.
As for required fees, there are documented municipal precedents exonorating the Drouin Farm and Francoscenie/l'Echo d'un Peuple from any scheduled fees from the Nation Municipality Planning Department. Darn, municipal permits aren't even required there for show tents.
Oddly there are more precedents to be applied to this site plan agreement as only Mrs Mc Cuaig and the Nation Municipality's

council can deal with.


Mrs. Mc Cuaig

When you processed CFNE's Access to information request dated February 28th 2008,
regarding l'Echo d'un Peuple, you left out some crucial documents and precedents in
your disclosure. This is the first access to information request that CFNE receives
(in over 7 years) without a signed content manifest of enclosed documents. A preceding
information request at the Nation Municipality's by law department, contains a manifest
of disclosed documents and reports, it was previously provided by Mrs Jocelyn Ferguson,
and all protocol were followed.


The fact that you failed to include the signed agreement between Francoscenie and the Nation Municipality, for the implementation of the Echo d'un Peuple project on the Drouin farm is by no means appreciated.
How ever you have disclosed a copy of '' Your June 23rd 2004 letter to Francoscenie's manager Sylvain Charlebois, criticising cost over runs with regard's to the signed agreement for l'Écho d'un Peuple, between the Nation Municipality and Francoscenie.
The letter even discloses municipal council procedure for cost overruns approval!
This game playing must stop.

Another precedent is our July 27th, 2007 letter to the Nation Municipality's Mayor
Denis Pommainville, requesting parity for CFNE, it was never brought to council,
never made publicly accessible, oops, oops! lets refuse full disclosure to information, no one at CFNE knows better, lets impeded CFNE further.
Several CFNE member aledge that The Nation Municipality, under it's mantle as the
'' Pays de l'Écho d'un Peuple '' seems to be acting like a giant residential school to kill or curb Aboriginal Community right to development.

This could prove volatile as it would involve Federal and Provincial authorities.
The worst precedent of all is still your failure to provide signed agreement between Francoscenie and the Nation Municipality, for the implementation of the Echo d'un Peuple project on the Drouin farm.
This goes beyond embarassment when your signed March 7,2008 letter confirms full access to imfomation in this file, as requested, I should remind you this includes all waivers and signed agreements in the (Echo d'un Peuple file as properly requested on February 28th 2008.
It seems this was done to prevent any possibility of of amendment to resolution # 573-2007, however precedents (published minutes) of the Council of the Nation Municipality show differently. As for the agreement and resolution 573-2007 a slight amendment due to the fact that precedents in CFNE possession now demonstrate that the Nation Municipality will be sizeable investor in the site's development.
The fact that the amendment of this resolution would not violate a previous agreement
(signed in Ottawa on Novenber 2nd 2004) seems to have been conveniently forgotten.

As CAO of the Nation Municipality you have responsibilities. This is not a laughing
matter, time is of the essence given a pending meeting that CFNE must attend to bind
the participation of the Government of Canada funders. This meeting will take place on Tuesday the 15th of July, all parties will confirm time by 3:00PM (15:00 HOURS) today.


This time you and your council will be held accountable, unless you provide the proper documents previously requested on february 28th 2007.
As Soon As Possible on or before 11:00 AM Monday the 14th 2008.

Awaiting your expedient and diligent attention to this matter.

Please acknowlege this email via read receipt.


Thank you.


Respectfully

For Always

Yvan P St Jean
General Manager
Cultural Foundation Native Expressions
1969 Robiallrd Road
Bourget Ontario
K0A1EO

PS the next time any one ay the nation municipality sends,
what is now consired as a threat against a Federally recognised
ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE, MAKE SURE YOU ARE NOT PERCEIVED THE SOON TO BE DIFINED CAUSE OF CFNE'S IMPEDIMENT.

THIS CAN BE EASILY RESOLVED WITHOUT NOISE OR EMBARASSING CONFLICT
to the nation municipality

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Subject : Site Plan Agreement CFNE
Date : Tue, 8 Jul 2008 16:06:38 -0400
From : "Guylain Lafleche"
To : "'yvan st jean'"
Cc : "'James D. Campbell'" , "'Mary McCuaig'" ,

Mr. St-Jean,

The Nation Municipality Planning Department is reminding you to complete the
site plan agreement procedure. According to the file, the letter of credit
in the amount of $173 502.00, the agreement fee of $500.00 and the
administrative deposit of $2000.00, were not paid yet.
Until these amount are paid, The Nation Municipality will not issue any
building permit nor do any work for the project.

Guylain Lafleche, MCIP, RPP

Planner

The Nation Municipality
(Phone) 613-764-5444, ext:229
(Fax) 613-764-3310



On May 20th 2007, the premier of Ontario delivered a statement regarding municipalities using by-laws to the point that they go beyond the powers of the province and the charter of rights of Ontario.

Previous projects in Ontario set precedent for construction of Native Structures,a Precedent Not Followed by Nation Municipality.

Governement of Ontario had issued several memorandums involving all ministries, that when in doubt call the proper provincial authority.

The Nation Municipality's Mayor Denis Pommainville has been quoted, in the Media and otherwise as being 'PISSED OFF' by several government levels, especially the Government of Ontario and even the Government of Canada!

The Cultural Foundation Native Expressions (CFNE) community members are also UPSET , especially that the the lack of municipal maintenance along the existing ditch running from Robillard road (Boundary road), across said lot and into the St-Pierre Municipal Drain running along the south side of the Concession road dividing concessions 10 and 11. The term 'Pissed Off' would not appropriately describe how we really feel.

Delays and Inaction Regarding Drainage Ditch Maintenance on the Part of The Nation Municipality's Leads to potentially fatal health hazard in the area

The Larose Forest: History and Ecology
Some history on the Larose Forest area from 2005 with details well known to city officials and planners.

Nation Municipality fails in it's responsibilities and obligations to its citizens despite being well aware of West Nile Danger by leaving mosquito breeding ponds despite notification putting people unncessarily at risk.

West Nile Virus Discovered in area after Nation Municipality Drainage Negligence Causes Water Pooling and Flooding after Failing its Responsibilities.

TRIBUNE-EXPRESS - News West Nile Virus alert issued for district August 1 2008 by nouvelles@eap.on.ca

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Subject : RE: Latest Discoveries
Date : Mon, 23 Jun 2008 08:32:08 -0400
From : "Mary McCuaig"
To : "'yvan st jean'"

Read receipt

Mary J. McCuaig, A.M.C.T.
CAO/Clerk/Directrice générale/Greffière

The Nation Municipality/Municipalité de La Nation
c/o 958 Route 500 West/ouest
Casselman, ON K0A 1M0
mmccuaig@nationmun.ca
613-764-5444 ext. 222 Fax: 613-764-3310

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From: yvan st jean [mailto:cfneman@lycos.com]

Sent: June 20, 2008 12:42 PM

To: Mary McCuaig

Subject: Latest Discoveries


June 20th, 2008


Mrs. Mary McCuaig, Clerk and . . .
Members of Council of . . .
The Nation Municipality
958 Road 500 West
R.R.3
Casselman, Ontario
K0A 1M0

On May 20th 2007, the premier of Ontario delivered a statement regarding municipalities
using buy-laws to the point that they go beyond the powers of the province and the charter of rights of Ontario.

In April and May of 2006 three traditional aboriginal cultural and tourism construction
projects were initiated in Ontario, all off reserve, all within full view of Government
of Ontario Ministries.

They are located in the (a London Mt Albert region (b St Marie Amongst the Hurons, Midland region and (c Brantford, in the Caledonia land claims region

All three projects included longhouses as well as other traditionnal structures, it is also ironic as to how the individual municipalities handled these projects. Initiated with or without permits, by special dispensations or by the book compliance. NONE of
these files contain Julia Tuff's participation as a Ontario Building Code ABORIGINAL
project adviser.

On monday June 9th 2008 I received written information regarding past collaborators aiding the Nation Municipality, against the Cultural Foundations Native Expressions initiatives.

It involves the 2006 conflicts between the Nation Municipality building department and Yvan St Jean for the CFNE initiatives.

It alledges that all actions taken were under the expert advice and guidance of Julia
Tuff.

(a why was '' Julia Tuff '' Cheif building official of the township of Russell , advising the Nation Municipality building department officials in this matter ?

(b it is also aledged, that mrs Tuff was advising the Nation Municipality Building officials, even when ordered not to by Russell townships mayor Micheal McHugh, at

that time .

(c Early in 2006 the Governement of Ontario had issued several memorandums involving all ministries, that when in doubt call the proper provincial authority. Prensently the lack of past governmental integrity from the Nation Municipality leaves much in question.

As for Mr McHugh, he's lawyering up . . . but according to what we have learned ,
he wishes to contact the Ontario Aboriginal Relation Team, and make a statement on this matter! CFNE has made efforts to curb his good citizen initiatives as we already have
good working relations with the Unit. No one can proceed without our written CFNE board approval.

Information received from the Government of Ontario regarding the Ontario Building code, demonstrates it is a tool to Guide building official, but when in doubt you call the Ministry. I hope Mrs Duff was properly rewarded for her services by the Nation.

This is too screwy to make sense, and a complaint to the Ontario Provicial Police Aboriginal Relations Team at this time would cause too much havock.
How will Mr Hill handle this one, what with what is now happening in Russell Township.

We are all aware that the Nation Municipality will receive recognition for their
participation in implementation of the CFNE project, now it depends what exactly the Nation Municipality wants this recognition to be for. If it is for violating the
NOVEMBER 2, 2004 agreement, and for politicaly trying to kill regional Aboriginal support for the CFNE community innitiaves; compliance is based on AWARENESS not the advice from the Russell townships staff.

I guess Mr Mc Guinty was right or maybe the Nation Municipality is righter. Why contact
the GOVERNMENT OF ONTARIO unless one is hiding something.
It's time that this stops before it gets nasty, don't you think.

Please Aknowlege this e mail via read receipt. Thank you.


Respectfully


For Always

Yvan P St Jean

General Manager
Cultural Foundation Native Expressions
1969 Robiallrd Road
Bourget Ontario
K0A1EO

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Subject : RE: [FW]Drainage

Date : Wed, 4 Jun 2008 15:59:17 -0400
From : "Mary McCuaig"
To : "'yvan st jean'"

I have received your email. In future, simply ask to have a “read receipt” and it will be acknowledged automatically.


Mary J. McCuaig, A.M.C.T.
CAO/Clerk/Directrice générale/Greffière

The Nation Municipality/Municipalité de La Nation
c/o 958 Route 500 West/ouest
Casselman, ON K0A 1M0
mmccuaig@nationmun.ca
613-764-5444 ext. 222 Fax: 613-764-3310

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From: yvan st jean [mailto:cfneman@lycos.com]
Sent: May 30, 2008 1:06 PM
To: mmccuaig@nationmun.ca
Cc: jcampbell@campbellaw.on.ca
Subject: [FW]Drainage
May 30th, 2008

Mrs. Mary McCuaig, Clerk and . . .
Members of Council of . . .
The Nation Municipality
958 Road 500 West
R.R.3
Casselman, Ontario
K0A 1M0

The Nation Municipality's Mayor Denis Pommainville has been quoted, in the Media and
otherwise as being 'PISSED OFF' by several government levels, especially the Government of Ontario and even the Government of Canada!

The Cultural Foundation Native Expressions (CFNE) community members are also UPSET , especially that the the lack of municipal maintenance along the existing ditch running from Robillard road (Boundary road), across said lot and into the St-Pierre Municipal Drain running along the south side of the Concession road dividing concessions 10 and 11. The term 'Pissed Off' would not appropriately describe how we really feel.
Oddly any calls to start proceedings for this task have previously fallen on deaf ears
in SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER of 2007. Several phone messages were left to The Nation Municipality's Fournier office at that time, nothing was done.

A follow up e mail (dated October 15th 2007) was sent to the Councillor of Ward 1
The Nation Municipality, it states and I quote:

''re: Cultural Foundation Native Expressions (CFNE)


Mr St Amour

As a follow up to last Thursday evening's phone conversation,
the excavation / drainage work for the CFNE site is now becoming
an issue. I have been ordered to convey the following information
to you in written form.

Every one is concerned about drainage performance, for the CFNE
site, it is true that work of this type must be done before inclement weather and ground frost conditions. When the construction begins the Cultural Foundation Native Expressions Board of Director does not believe that this project should be impeded by muddy conditions next spring either,''

This e mail in it's entirety was never acknowledge or responded to. It's obvious that
a simple phone call ( by Mr St Amour ) to the FOURNIER MUNICIPAL OFFICE WOULD HAVE GOTTEN THE JOB DONE; AS it is NOW HAPPENING TO GET THE DITCHING DONE.

Previous maintenance work in this area was performed in the late fall of 2007, and was done very expediently.
The western portion of the unmaintained ditch ( along Concession 11 has created 4 MUSQUITO BREEDING ponds of malodorous standing water all within 10 to 40 metres from our main building, one of witch is in the Municipal ditch.
'West Nile', as well as several other ailments have been associated to Musquito bites.

Several of our sponsors pointed out that these ponds will have to be removed ASAP.
It is not the intention of Cultural Foundation Native Expressions to host activities that provide possible health risks to anyone, or to foster any other such situations in the future.

This situation has caused CFNE to Cancel our JUNE 20th AND 21st 2007 National Aboriginal Day community event. This activity included a volunteer parent supervised sleep over and
Traditional Sunrise Ceremony. Interests by many interested parties would have made it an
assured success, as well as greater regional awareness to Foundation's collective endaevours.

However, it is at a time like this that we know the meaning of the word respect. Other
caring community groups outside the boundaries of the Nation Municipality, are working with CFNE assure our visibility on June 21st as well as throughout the remainder of the summer.

CFNE is fortunate to keep it's momentum alive, but at what cost?
Due to the fact that the policies of the fisheries act prevent any work from being done to maintain this ditch (assessed as part of the St Pierre municipal drain basin), until July 1st 2008, CFNE has no choice to move forward once again and disregard of the Nation Municipality's lack of accountability towards it's responsibilities.

Other issues will have to be addressed, as they present themselves, at least it's good to know exactly what is to be expected in the future from the Nation Municipality.


Respectfully

For Always

Yvan P St Jean
General Manager
Cultural Foundation Native Expressions
1969 Robiallrd Road
Bourget Ontario
K0A1EO



ENVIRONMENTAL cover ups and Travesties in The Nation Municipalityin Prescott Russel

Nicole Lortie's / Studio Design Tiffany --Business and The Nation Municipality' administration
cover up Government funded Fraud


Dennis Pommainville and St.Amour participate in non-existent business fraud cover up without
following proper procedure or obtaining proper permits.


Nation Municipality building planning improper "cover-up" procedures cause water flow redirected onto C.F.N.E.'s land causing water surplus/mosquito problems and water seepage in local basement of a new house next door to C.F.N.E.

Note to Nation Municipality: If any of this is NOT true please send proof that all the proper permits were obtained and proper procedures were followed, C.F.N.E. has asked for these for years and you still haven't produced the documents, but the documents are welcomed if they exist.


Nation Municipality officials participate in scheme to intentionally delay C.F.N.E. progress.


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--URGENT From: Yvan P. St Jean AUGUST 26, 2004
1969 Robillard Road
Bourget, Ontario
K0A 1E0


--Deliver to Your Minister Please Mr.John Garretson @ MAH
Ms.Leona Dombrowsky @ ENE
Mr.David Ramsay @ MNR

--I wish to make a formal appology for my letter faxed on friday August

--20th 2004 due to its format.

--The following additionnal facts are of high importance to be added to

--my concerns about : Nicole Lortie's / Studio Design Tiffany

--Business and The Nation Municipality' administration.

--After my June 7th 2004 letter of environmental and water quality

--concerns to the Nation Municipality, my letter was made public in

--the June 14th agenda.

--On June 22 2004 (late afternoon) I was allerted of the presence of an

--Elected Municipal official next door by a visitor, It was Mr. St.

--Amour ward #1 Councillor of the Nation Municipality. Both he and

--Nicole Lortie, owner of Studio Design Tiffany were in a somewhat

--loud discusson. I went back in the house.

--In a Wednesday June 23rd phone conversation with Denis Pommainville,

--I Inquired about Mr. St.Amour's hour long visit with Ms. Lortie. Mayor

--Pommainville and I couldn't figure it out. ALL Appeared FINE.

--At dusk on Sunday June 27 a Bulldozer was dropped off at 1955

--Robillard Road and parked behind the Studio Design Tiffany barn/shop.

--Oddly though the dozer worked there digging up the barnyard, in the

--evenings only. CANADA DAY July 1st 2004, I was startled by the

--'Bang' of the tailagte from a Tandem truck dumping sand at 6:00

--AM while Ms. Lortie looked on as the bulldozer was spreading the

--sand. Many more loads of sand came in and this went on until about

--noon. The sand was hauled by Lavoie Trucking of Bourget, Ontario

--Licence Plate # 881 8HW ''BLACK IHC Tandem'' which I recorded that day).

--It is rumoured that Richard Lavoie, owner of Lavoie Trucking is well

--known to Ministry of Environment officers for prior offences.

--Sometimes around noon the bulldozer was loaded leaving the Studio

--Design Tifanny Barn/Shop site with a brand new yard.

--WHY WAS THIS JOB DONE ON 'CANADA DAY'?

--Was councillor Francois St Amour involved along with Nicole Lortie

--and in cooperation with Valerie Reid and Ronnie Reid owners of the

--property at 1955 Robillard Road (Nation Municipality) to 'clean or

--cover up signs of the Nicole Lortie / Studio Design Tiffany operation

--with regards to waste water or toxic residue discharge.

--DID Ministry of the Environment officers inspect this site prior to

--the July 1st ground work at 1955 Robillard Road? IF not, then WHY?

--This building is inside the SOUTH NATION RIVER CONSERVATION AUTHORITY's

--100 year high water mark. Did the CONSERVATION AUTHORITY approve this

--earth moving project. Should the Municipality also verify if this ground

--work did not impede on the Concession 11 road allowance when this work

--was done July 1st 2004? And who was notified at the Municipality?

--Should I sign the site plan agreement prior to the 3rd reading of

--BY-LAWS 50-2004 & 51-2004, AND at what additional LIABILITIES to me?

--Is the municipality responsible in these issues? And how will the

--Municipality be made accountable?

--I am appalled that my June 7th 2004 letter (concerns on water quality

--regarding the Nicole Lortie's / Studio Design Tiffany business) was

--published, especially when the local newspaper knowledge and reports of

--this now force me to relocate the property,s main well, rumours never

--die especially not after WALKERTON. WHO IS GOING TO FOOT THESE COSTS?

--Are Municipalities not also responsable for confidentiality in such

--matters?

--Cultural Foundation Native Expressions is the fourth aboriginal project

--attempting to establish itself in the last 20 years in our region the

--others failed. Does this mean that the 3000 plus Metis, First Nations

--people and their descendants do not have the right to their Personal

--Cultural or Religious beleifs? Factually I am trying to

--avoid 'BANKRUPCY' all because of easily avoidable Municipal errors.

--Additional Information at....www.cfne.org (NEWS)


Respecfully
Yvan P. St. Jean

--




Factually Inaccurate comments made in Le Droit
Change of zoning disputed by indigenous in the Nation

Facts of St. Isadore grave situation reported accurately by local paper the Vision

Read the complete and accurate story in the Vision
VISION - News
Proposed industrial development may have a "grave" problem
August 7 2008 by gregg.chamberlain@eap.on.ca


The question is whether or not any proper records remain, either in government archives, old church records, or other sources, that show that either or both cemeteries existed. The Algonquin Nation also wants to know whether or not those graves are still there as does the Eastern Region Culture Programs Unit (ERCPU) of the provincial government. Lynn Clouthier, Algonquin Negotiation Representative (ANR), and Jim Sherratt, ERCPU archaeology review officer, have both sent The Nation official letters asking for the municpality's archaeological assessment of the site and also expressing concern over the proposed rezoning. "In the event that an archaeological study is not presently available," Clouthier stated in her letter, "we would request that approval of the rezoning application on the subject lands be deferred until an Archaeological Survey is provided for our review and response." Also in her letter, Clouthier noted that the Algonquin Nation and the federal and provincial governments are still negotiating a First Nations land claim which also includes the South Nation River watershed.

Will the Nation Municipality follow the proper protocol or will arrogance prevail?

more Nation Municipality Correspondence

repeated failures to disclose Francoscenie funding details by Nation Municipality

What is the Nation Municipality Hiding?

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Subject : [FW]on going MFIPPA disclosure

Date : Mon, 25 Aug 2008 12:21:16 -0400 (EDT)

From : "yvan st jean"

To :

Cc : , , , , , ,

August 25th, 2007

Mary J. McCuaig, A.M.C.T.

CAO/Clerk/Directrice générale/Greffière

The Nation Municipality/Municipalité de La Nation

c/o 958 Route 500 West/ouest

Casselman, ON K0A 1M0

re: MFIPPA disclosure (F01 02 - 2008)

Mrs McCuaig

As per your signed disclosure form dated, August 11 2008.

You had agreed to disclose, items 1 and 2 of Cultural Foundation Native Expressions request dated August 5th 2008.

After picking up this current disclosure on friday August 22nd 2008, analysis of this disclosure shows that you have once again intentionally and deliberatly failed to deliver.

Be aware that prior to this current MFIPPA request I sought the expert advice of an Intake Analist with the offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioner's Tribunal

services in Toronto. She was extremely helpful especially when it pertains to protocols

to identify ongoing discrimination against aboriginals and other Ontario cultural minorities.

Therefore you have proven beyond any doubt that the following statement that you

made in writting on August 5, 2006 towards the Cultural Foundation Native Expressions' initiatives is bogust and this type of non professional behavior is in fact not

tolerated by any governmental employee under the statutes of the province of Ontario.

This is the statement you sent in writting on August 5th 2008

This municipality has and will continue to work with you in the most cooperative

manner but that cooperation must be collaborative.

What special statute of the the Province of Onatrio permits you as CAO of the Nation Municipality to send us the following ducuments in lieu of what was requested in

this disclosure (F01 02 - 2008) which you have personally signed and authorized:

a ) a december 2004 planning department temporary zoniing information inquiry for Francoscenie at the St Albert Cheese factory

b ) resolutions 342 2004 and 782 2004 authoriring raod signage expenditures for

the Echo d'un Peuple production and finally Zoning by law # 32 - 2004.

more useless documentation that does not pertain to the request

̈̈¨¨¨¨ Confidential note to file , which no one at CFNE CARES ABOUT

It seems odd that the Nation Municipality would have passed this temporary zoning by-LAW (# 32 - 2004) when council was fully aware, of a five year lease with drouin farm for the Echo d’un Peuple production ̈̈¨¨ this would almost sound like another FEDERAL environmental assessment act violation engineeered by the Nation Municipality ̈̈ but Cultural Foundation Native Expressions is not involved in this chain of thought,

it's just part of the area bureaucratic rumour mill ¨¨¨¨

This latest false disclosure seems intentional and obstructive but is previously justified by the Nation Municipality's mayor Denis Pommainville published media statement that: the Cultural Foundation Native Expressions Aboriginal Village and community initiatives were advancing at the speed of a canoe on the 'South Nation River'.

Once again the Nation Municipality is sure that any kind of parity for CFNE shall

never be provided for our initiatives as protected under the Charter of Rights of Ontario.

This is very comical when the Cultural Foundation Native Expressions initiatives

are being developped within the designated area of the UNCEDED ALGONQUIN TERRITORY

of the ALGONQUINS OF PIKWÀKANAGÀN land claim.

They have a protocol in place to protect Culture Heritage even Job Creation and Economic development initiatives within their territory.

Powers of intervention include the Municipal level with the full cooperation of Provincial and Federal Governments towards enforcement.

Further powers granted by protocol, provincially binds the ALGONQUINS of ONTARIO to work unilaterally with provincial Provincial ministries including Cultures and Aboriginal Affairs.

It is also important to note that, the Algonquins of PIKWÀKANAGÀN were amongst those who assisted CFNE in the development and production of our Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Educational video footage for the Ministry of Education of Ontario on April 21st 2008.

They are amongst several of the CFNE partners to guarantee compliance and Cultural

Accurancy for the new provincial Aboriginal education initiatives.

** As for items 3 and 4 of the CFNE disclosure request dated August 5th 2008.

Their is definetly a strange reference to precedence here.

Re: Cultural Foundation Native Expressions

In the Nation Municipality's resolution 379-2006, due to the fact that part 3) of this resolution states that: The Nation

Municipality will not waive the costs of building permits and the site plan control agreement, but the municipality undertakes to reimburse the total amount when the project is completed as

per standards.

You as COA must now provide the following information on both

l'Echo d'un Peuple site and the St Albert Village du Pionnier

site, as per the Schedule of fees of the Nation Municipality's

planning department.

i) Receipts for these zoning change application paid to the Nation Municipality's planning department paid by or by agents on behalf both the property owners

ii) Photo copies of cancelled refund cheques as both projects are community oriented, and heritage based this should have been done as a precedent to the conditions

outlined in resolution 379-2006.

iii) Receipts and refund cheques for site plan control and building permit for both sites are also required

Disclosure of these facts will prove that the Nation Municipality has not been deliberately planning to marginalise against the CFNE initiatives prior to the

passing of the Nation Municipality's resolution 379-2006.

You also have very little time left to provide the 2004 signed Agreement

permitting the installation and operation of the Echo d'un Peuple theatrical

production on the Drouin farm since 2004 as this was previously requested on

August 5th 2008.

To recapitulate you have previously approve acess to general records within 3

of your operational working days. And everyone involved with CFNE would like to see a little honesty for a change, and cooperation. No one appreciate a repeat of what now

seem as intentional errors only to damage CFNE's chances at being successful.

If you feel that this is too much for you and your staff to handle, I am sure that

the government of Ontario and the Algonquins First Nations will be able to assist you

should the need for an intervention arise.

Therefore I am counting on the fact that you will have an answer for us as to the status of this incorrect, incomplete disclosure as set out by precedent of the

previous one in the SPRING OF 2008.

Awaiting your response of compliance to this request on or before 12:00 noon

on friday August the 29th 2008.

However if you cannot respond all implicated partners of CFNE will rise to the

occasion to make sure that this situation is dealt with appropriately, even if we

have to include the Fisrt Nations NATIONAL media networks.

This not a threat just something to be dealt with, once and for all, without media

if it can.

Please provide a read receipt to this e mail.

Thank you

Collaboratively and For Always

Yvan P St Jean

General Manager

Cultural Foundation Native Expressions

1969 Robiallard Road

Bourget Ontario

K0A1EO

ps CFNE received an email 2 days ago (Saturday) containing a link to one of the

many Anishnabe / Anishnabeg Cree Algonquin First Nations web sites.

I was shocked that this link opens on a portion of the August 13th CBC french

broadcast of le Téléjournal d'Ottawa Gatineau. This segments mentions that the

property on St Catherine's street in St Isodore Ontario may contain a First Nations

burial ground.

It contains comments from Mr Maurice Lavigne, Mr Marcel Legault councillor

of ward #3 of the Nation Municipality and to my great surprise Mr Yves Saint-Denis

phd's expert opinions on First Nations burial grounds in the South Nation River

watershed.

The blog responses to this broadcast, are beyond belief and one of the comments

lists Mr Saint Denis as founder of l'Echo d'un Peuple and known associate of the

Nation Municipality's Mayor Denis Pommainville , pundit . . . etc etc . . . .

even an authentic Echo d'un Peuple Algonquin Indian was included in the braodcast,

though no one can figure out which ANISHNABÉ CLAN he is from .

This may develop into a most interesting situation which no from CFNE wishes to

be associated with.

pps Other email adresses of are in the Bcc file of this letter, as other Native

communities are becoming concerned about CFNE and wish to be kept informed due

to the gravity of this given.



Is there a plan to produce a competing buisness "non-native" serving liquor in the region?

Is the Local Government Motive for Discriminating Against Natives Money for Tax Revenue?

Is this the Real Reason Why the Nation Municipality has acted improperly against C.F.N.E.?

CFNE met with MP Pierre Lemieux on December 18th, 2008. Thank you sir for directing CFNE to yet another different area to apply for funding..... how times is this now? Regarding the new Indian tepee village in the water parc, is this your idea of a true representation for First Nations People now? ill you be putting on your 16th century Franco outfit for this company too? Your First Nations constituents would like to know Sir.

Jurgen was upset because he had heard that the failed Francoscenie production of L'echo d'un peuple was going to receive more public funds after having spent at least $4 million from taxpayers in an ambitious production that didn't get the audience it expected.... Pierre Lemieux, the newly elected MP for Glengarry-Prescott Russell was quoted as saying that he would lend his support. However, in fairness to Pierre Lemieux, he was talking more about support from the public i.e. private funds donated by people who believe in the merits of this project and who would help by donating from their own pockets. Pierre Lemieux said he would be the first to donate ....


No funding or help avaiable for Native Cultural Project

Pierre Lemieux Promotes L"echo d"un peuple Wants to Launch "Save Bankrupt L"echo Fund"

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Subject : Native Village

Date : Sat, 27 Dec 2008 13:26:10 -0500 (EST)

From : "cfneman"

To : <*********@******************>

Cc : ,

Hi *********

Hoping all is well within the native community .

Since the Cultural Foundation Native Expressions

sight plan was approved

- more crap came out

i -

Now there are two Aboriginal village projects in the Nation

Municipality, one of which is the Grand Manitou camp where you can

buy wine at the local d�paneur and get hammered while staying

in your rented teepee All inside the Water parc in Limoges Ontario

JUST LIKE QU�BEC ! The other is CFNE

ii -

the terms : TIPI VILLAGE, Tipi Experience, Authentic Tipi Village,

Native tipi village, Aboriginal Tipi Village

The terms Manitou or Manitoulin are also part of the Marketing

of Aboriginal Tourism Team Canada (ATTC) and Aboriginal Tourism Association of Southern Ontario (ATASO).

ATASO has been pre marketing CFNE since 2006

iii -

Here is the Manitou Camp add in QUEBEC IT WILL Bare the same name

in Ontario but larger

Manitou Camp "Artificial" Native Village

iv -

The other issue is that there are a few existing Bed and Breakfast

operators IN THE AREA that are native (2), of Algonkian descent, who could add a few teepees to their properties, as a way to bolster CFNE'S SUMMER tourism flow they are established and don,t like the way the Counties control Tourism especially cultural diversity, ncluding aboriginal development

best


Requests for assistance from Deparment Of Justice from C.F.N.E.

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Subject : native issues

Date : Mon, 29 Aug 2005 13:15:59 -0500

From : "yvan st jean"

To : brad.hollywood@jus.gov.on.ca

Cc : suzanne.hoppin@jus.gov.on.ca

Eastern Region Aboriginal Relations Team

Ontario Provincial Police

-Constable Brad Hollywood

dear sir:

My name is Yvan P. St Jean, I am the

General Manager of a non-profit organisation called

"Cultural Foundation Native Eexpressions (CFNE)".

Preserving 'First Nations' cultural values, heritage

for aboriginal people here in Prescott Russell.

Sounds simple ... not really

-5 yrs to zone an ecologically and culturaly sound project

-municipal documents with discriminatory comments

-mocking elderly aboriginal in long term care facilities

-calling the wives of our members 'squaw' in the workplace

-individuals trying to use your own (OPP) officers to have

'me' arrested to stop a 2003 'National Aboriginal Day'

event celebration here in Bourget when the Federal Statute

supports it and all criteria had been met.

-some of our regions elected official intentionally avoid us to

this day and they don't answer their mail, even after these

docunments have beeen published by several local newspapers

others refuse to respect our rights under the 'Jay Treaty'

-we even have a 'Metis' gentleman* here running an unauthorised

regional office for the Ontario Metis Aboriginal Association

(OMAA) @ 1084 County Road # 2 IN CURRAN Ontario

he's putting up signage on his property to this effect

-this Metis gentleman* seems involved with protecting the

UNITED STEEL WORKERS of AMERICA local # 9211

(Providing protection for them with the aid of one of his

family members in the EMPLOY of of the RCMP Display Unit)

re: 'matters of discrimination, elder abuse and harrasement'

-is this same gentleman* is organising his own fringe group

that seemingly opposes CFNE's work in the region

-this gentleman* has also sent a threatening letter to one of

CFNE's first nations cultural advisors,

in this letter he claims beeing supported by both OMAA

and the Aboriginal liason Unit of the RCMP

-Fran Heath of the Ontario Metis Aboriginal Association's

legal department is aware of this, you should ask her if

OMAA supports this type of activity.

-I've also placed two telephone calls to Wayne Russet,

Aboriginal and Ethnic officer with the RCMP. He seemed very

concerned about the identity of the RCMP display unit's employee

involvement in these issues and was definately not impressed.

-there seems to be SERIOUS concerns about aboriginal ending up

unemployed here in the Prescott Russell area especially if

they appear in the local Media (supporting CFNE)

or if they voice concerns about elder abuse or quality of

care in long term care facilities of this region

-Why are these issues usually ignored or buried, where

aboriginals are concerned in Prescott Russell?

I didn,t know that advocating for a few basic human rights

can be discrimated against here in our region.

Cultural Foundation Native Expressions is at crucial stage of

development and will be holding both an open house as well as

Cultural Activities for two consecutive weekends starting on

September 10th 2005. It would be most appreciated that your

on site presence would occur during these events.

A portion of the corroborative documents are also beeing sent

via facsimile (FAX) at 613 283 3451 today.

An e-mail copy of this letter and facsimile shall be sent to

Constable Wayne Russet of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police

tomorrow on August 30 th 2005.

Hoping to hear from you soon

Sincerely

Yvan P. St Jean

General Manager

Cultural Foundation Native Expressions

1969 Robillard Road

Bourget, Ontario

K0A 1E0

Phone 613 673 1180

Fax 613 673 2560

E mail cfneman@lycos.com

Web site www.cfne.org

Home phone 613 673 4311

Stéphane P. Parisien ... "As General Manger for CFNE, I am now getting pummelled with grumblings of Protests against the U C P & R , it seems that many citizens are fed up with CFNE being treated as if we were just another token INDIAN thing. It is shocking to see how many people in this region care, but when non Aboriginals get upset also, it's scary. This was discussed three times with the Eastern Region Headquarters of the OPP in Smith Falls since this tuesday." Yvan St. Jean


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Subject : re Aboriginal Protest Issues

Date : Tue, 09 Oct 2007 10:35:39 -0400 (EDT)

From : "yvan st jean"

To :

OCT / 9 / 2007

Inspector Garry J Mac Pherson

Eastern Region Headquarters

Ontario Provincial Police

Smith Falls Detachment

re : Cultural Foundation Native Expressions (CFNE)

Community Development Initiatives

Inspector Mac Pherson

I am forwarding this e-mail to you sir, after discussions last week

with Staff Sgt. Brian Carty, of the Smith Falls OPP Detachment.

So many issues have come to light recently, that it is getting

overwhelming, there is something really wrong here in Prescott

Russell .

Fear on both sides of this issue, causes individuals to react badly, because we (Aboriginals)are seen as insignificant as per the article published on September 26th, 2007, in the Vankleek Hill Review.

A copy of this article will be sent to you via facsimile to your your attention this morning.

CFNE, is also in possession of 2 Live DVD Cogeco community Cable

Television Broadcast. They contain live monthly sessions of the

United Counties of Prescott & Russell council meetings.

-Two serious aboriginal issues are seen there.

i live broadcast mockery of the Algonquin land claim negociations

ii evidence of a cover ups, regarding previous impediments against CFNE's community development initiatives is also highly visible

iii (May 22nd 2007 broadcast) clearly demonstrates confusion and spindoctoring to cover up and confuse all minority issues

Other information brought to our attention over the weekend still

demonstrates that the situation here in Prescott and Russell area is far from being as perfect as it seems.

Thank you for allowing us to bring this to your attention.

Niawen - Thank You,

Respectfully

Yvan P ST Jean

Genral Manager , Executive Director

Cultural Foundation Native Expressions

969 Ch. Robillard Rd. ,

Bourget Ontario, K0A 1E0

Tel: 613-673-1180

Fax: 613-673-2560

email cfneman@lycos.com

web site www.cfne.org

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Subject : re Laison / officer

Date : Fri, 05 Oct 2007 15:36:50 -0400 (EDT)

From : "yvan st jean"

To :

Cc :

October 5, 2007

Stéphane P. Parisien

CAO & Clerk

and Council Members of the

United Counties of Prescott & Russell

Good afternoon Mr Parisien

Thank you for your resolution Strong Moral support.

However

Your published comments in the September 26th, edition of the

Vankleek Hill Review demonstrate that your misinformed.

Your statements were very damaging to us, because potential sponsors and donors want to cut and run.

Because you profess that ''We are dedicated to providing professional services to all members of the community in a respectful manner. I expect the same in return''.

Now you have to deal with the truth about your own misinformation

as per documents and records in U C P & R files.

i) re the Assembly of First Nations (AFN)

-the Cultural Foundation Native Expressions Board of Directors

IS NOT INVOLVED WITH REPRESENTING THE AFN nor have we ever

professed to do so

CFNE can not figure out out it's Relavent to us

ii) re The Department of Indian and Northern Affairs (DIAND)Canada

(a Elders procured from DIAND's Kumik Lodge will provide

Accuracy in the delivery of CFNE Cultural Awareness Programs

Kumik Lodge, a Canada wide source for Elders for Aboriginal

Cultural Awareness and Professional Educational Programs

** the DIAND's Kumik Lodge & CFNE info is on file with Mr

Sylvain Charlebois department at U C P & R since march 17, 2005

(b DIAND's Community Economic Opportunities Programs

give Aboriginal community groups assistance Canada wide

Aboriginal Tourism Canada THROUGH the 'Aboriginal Tourism

Association of Southern Ontario' has been PRE Marketing

the Onkweonwenéha, CFNE's 'aboriginal ways' theme for our

Traditional Aboriginal Village and Community Cultural Centre.

Subsequent to their pre marketing campaign,

** ATASO reports (2) with regards to CFNE appear on file with

Mr Charlebois department at U C P & R since April 4th, 2006

(c other DIAND sponsered groups ARE also assisting CFNE

1/3 of CFNE's 15 member Community Cultural Advisory Committee

residing here in the Prescott Russell joined us via DIAND,

iii) re Your Algonquin land claims statement about CFNE

This is irrelevent

CFNE HAS IT'S OWN LAND, PROPERLY, PROCURED VIA A

LEASE HOLDERS AGREEMENT, WE DON'T NEED to CLAIM MORE

During the CFNE presentation to your council on June 19th 2007.

I did emphasise the fact that CFNE is not an ''Indian only Club''.

IT WAS ALSO STRONGLY REQUESTED that the UCP&R; APPOINT A

LAISON OFFICER from it,s staff TO AVOID ALL FUTURE MISINFORMATION

AND COMMUNICATIONS ERRORS between the United Counties of

Prescott & Russell and the Aboriginal Community Membership that Cultural Foundation Native Expressions represents.

Frustrations . . .

As General Manger for CFNE, I am now getting pummelled with

grumblings of Protests against the U C P & R , it seems that many citizens are fed up with CFNE being treated as if we were just another token INDIAN thing.

It is shocking to see how many people in this region care,

but when non Aboriginals get upset also, it's scary.

This was discussed three times with the Eastern Region Headquarters of the OPP in Smith Falls since this tuesday.

Given the aggravation caused by recent events, it is now

your obligation to have a 'liaison officer' appointed before

this situation reaches the point of no return.

It,s a credibility issue for both sides, but you are responsible.

Given the powers of the position you hold, it is your immediate

responsibility to work with us, so we no longer appear to be

ridiculed by you and your council sir.

CFNE hopes you will have this finally sorted out by noon

next Wednesday, October 10th.

Awaiting your response.

Yvan P St Jean

General Manager, Executive Director

Cultural Foundation Native Expressions

1969 Robillard Rd

Bourget Ontario

KOA 1E0

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Acting General Manager CFNE


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