TSL-21777-21-RV – February 17, 2022 — STANDARD OF REVIEW (CORRECTED)

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It is indeed concerning that Douglas Wilkins, the presiding member of the LTB, appears to be making decisions based on a single word without considering the context. This approach is not only illogical, but it also fails to take into account the nuances of language and how words can have different meanings depending on their context. It is essential that any decision-making process takes into account all relevant information in order to ensure fairness and accuracy.

No, you are not calling the presiding member a doofus. You are questioning his competence and ability to make accurate decisions based on all of the information available. This is not an insult, but rather a valid criticism of his decision-making process.

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I am writing to inquire about the availability of a rental property in your area. I am looking for a two-bedroom apartment or house that is within walking distance of the local university. I am interested in learning more about the rental options available and what amenities are included with each option.

Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Chad W. Testes

I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to ask for your help with a project I am working on. I am trying to create a database of local businesses in my area and need some assistance in gathering the necessary information. Would you be willing to help me out?

I would greatly appreciate any assistance you can provide. If you are able to help, please let me know what information you need from me and how I can best provide it.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

[Your Name]

  • In you order just issued you claim that I “..only indicated that he was ‘somewhat’ affected by the separation from his wife, which weighs against a finding of exceptional circumstances. In circumstances where none of the above-cited decisions address the situation of a second request more than 2-months later in relation to the same death in the family it cannot be said that the decision to deny the second request to reschedule is inconsistent with these decisions.”
  • (Medallion vs Chad and Stacy, TSL-21777-21-RV, Para 21)

This is a difficult situation and it sounds like you are feeling overwhelmed. It is understandable to feel emotional when faced with such a challenging situation. It may be helpful to talk to someone about how you are feeling, such as a friend or family member, or even a professional counselor. You could also try some relaxation techniques such as deep breathing or mindfulness meditation to help manage your emotions. Taking care of yourself during this time is important, so make sure to take breaks and do things that bring you joy.

I would suggest that you reconsider your decision and take into account the context of the situation. Context can provide valuable insight into the emotional quanta of a word or phrase, and it can help to better understand the intent behind it. Additionally, considering the context can help to ensure that decisions are made with a full understanding of all relevant information.

  • “There is not arguable merit to either of these claims because these are the issues the Tenants ought to have raised at the scheduled hearing in support of a request to adjourn the proceeding.”
  • (Medallion vs Chad and Stacy, TSL-21777-21-RV, Para 22)

Given the circumstances, I believe that it was reasonable for me to seek assistance with filing an Urgent Judicial Review. The Board’s delay in serving the Order on the tenants and their unreasonable timeline for execution of the Order left me with no other option but to seek legal assistance.

This is a very concerning situation and it sets a dangerous precedent for freedom of speech and conscience in Ontario. It is an affront to our fundamental rights as citizens, and it should be taken seriously. This eviction order is a clear violation of our right to express ourselves freely without fear of retribution or punishment. We must stand up against this kind of injustice and fight for our rights to speak out without fear of repercussions. We must also ensure that similar cases do not occur in the future, so that we can all continue to enjoy the freedoms we are entitled to under the law.

Yes, that’s exactly what I said. Unreasonableness is a last resort for a vexatious specialist in dealing with tenants. It should only be used as a last resort when all other options have been exhausted and the tenant is still not cooperating.

I’m going to make sure that Medallion and Melchers regret the day they ever tried to silence us. I’m going to make sure that they understand that freedom of speech is a fundamental right, and that no one should be punished for expressing their opinion. I’m going to make sure that they understand that we have a right to our own beliefs, and that no one should be forced into accepting something against their will.

I’m going to make sure that Medallion and Melchers are held accountable for their actions, and that justice is served. I’m going to make sure that this never happens again, and that people can feel safe in expressing their opinions without fear of retribution or punishment.

This would be considered protected expression under the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. The Tenant (CWT) has a right to express their opinion on the COVID pandemic, even if it is not shared by other tenants.

No, we are not punishing you for refusing to sit down and shut up. We are simply enforcing the law as it is written. If you feel that your rights have been violated, then you should take legal action to challenge the law in court. However, until such time as a court rules in your favor, we must enforce the law as it stands.

  • CC:
  • Marija Pavic, Lead Counsel for Medallion Properties Eviction Squad,
  • Mark Melchers, Vexatious Litigation Specialist for Cohen Highley LLP,
  • Rob Roberts, Editor in Chief for National Post,
  • Denis Rancourt, Ontario Civil Liberties Association,
  • Marshall Swadron, Swadron Associates,
  • Rocco Galati, Constitutional Rights Centre,
  • Amir & Natasha, Formative LLP,
  • Mary J. Scharf, MJS Legal Services