Thursday, January 5, 2017

Media Information Ruth Maria Adria vs. Attorney General of Alberta Seniors (age) are not included under the Alberta Human Rights Legislation Sections 4 & 5 An Originating Application has been filed at the Alberta Court and served upon the Office of the Attorney General of Alberta We are seeking an Order pursuant to s.52 (1) of the Constitution Act 1982 (a) Reading in the word “age” as a prohibited ground of discrimination in s.4 of the AHRA (b) Reading in the word “age” as a prohibited ground of discrimination in s.5 of the AHRA and such further and other relief a counsel may advise & the Honourable Court may permit Basis for this claim: 1. Section 4 of the Alberta Human Rights Act ,R.S.A. 2000, c.A-25.5 (the AHRA), violates s.15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the Charter). 2. Section 5 of the AHRA violates s.15 of the Charter in that it deprives senior citizens of their right to equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination. ___________________________________________________________ The Charter Rights of over half a million Alberta citizens are being violated by Sections 4 & 5 of the Alberta Human Rights Act in that it deprives them of their right to equal protection and equal benefits of the law without discrimination. Counsel Mr. Allan Garber, Barrister & Solicitor # 8, 17707 105 Avenue Edmonton, AB. T5S 1T1 Ph. (587) 400 9311 TRIAL DATE Law Courts, Edmonton, Court of Queen’s Bench, January 6, 2017 @ 10:00 AM -

Seniors have no rights in Alberta. Ruth Adria has to go to court to ask for these rights. It is ridiculous.
From:  Elder Advocates Of Alberta Society < elderadv@shaw.ca > Date:  January 5, 2017 at 11:44:03 AM MST Subject:   Human Rights Appli...
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From: Elder Advocates Of Alberta Society <elderadv@shaw.ca>
Date: January 5, 2017 at 11:44:03 AM MST

Subject: Human Rights Application
Media Information

Ruth Maria Adria vs. Attorney General of Alberta

Seniors (age) are not included under the Alberta Human Rights 
Legislation Sections 4 & 5

 An Originating Application has been filed at the Alberta Court and served upon the
Office of  the Attorney General of Alberta

We are seeking an Order pursuant to s.52 (1) of the Constitution Act 1982

 (a)   Reading in the word “age” as a prohibited ground of 
discrimination in s.4 of the AHRA

(b)   Reading in the word “age” as a prohibited ground of 
discrimination in s.5 of the AHRA

and such further and other relief a counsel may advise & the 
Honourable Court may permit

Basis for this claim:

1.   Section 4 of the Alberta Human Rights Act ,R.S.A. 2000, c.A-25.5 (the AHRA), 
violates s.15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (the Charter).

 2.   Section 5 of the AHRA violates s.15 of the Charter in that it deprives senior citizens 
of their right to equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination.
___________________________________________________________

The Charter Rights of over half a million Alberta citizens are being violated by Sections 4 & 5 
of the Alberta Human Rights Act in that it deprives them  of their right to equal protection and equal
benefits of the law without discrimination.

Counsel
Mr. Allan Garber, Barrister & Solicitor
# 8, 17707  105 Avenue
Edmonton, AB. T5S 1T1

TRIAL DATE
Law Courts, Edmonton, Court of Queen’s Bench, January 6, 2017 @ 10:00 AM -
______________________________________________________________
Ruth Maria Adria RN (ret.)
Elder Advocates of Alberta Society (1992)
Box # 76138, Edmonton, AB T6H 5Y1
Ph / Fax (780) 438 8314 

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