THE TOBACCO COMPANY'S BEST FRIEND IS:
THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTATION:THIS MAY ALSO INDICATE CRIMINAL NEGLIGENCE:
(1)FROM THE CANADIAN CRIMINAL CODE, PART V111
"Offences Against the Person and Reputation-Criminal Neglicence":
Section: 219 Criminal Negligence:
Section (1), parts (a) and (b)
(2)FROM THE TOBACCO ACT4, [1997, c. 13]
See item (A) of items (a), (b), (c) and (d)
(3)THE CANADIAN HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS ACT.
SPECIFICALLY: Chapter H3, section (2) paragraph (1)
(4) FOR DANGEROUS CHARACTERISTICS OF NICOTINE SEE THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:
SPECIFICALLY: Section 2.1
In light of items 1, 2 and 3, reinforced by item 4:
The government of Canada is in non-compliance with the requirements of items 1, 2 and 3.
ON PART OF THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
The legal duties in items 1, 2 and 3 can arise by contract, by statute or the common law.
The issue is not whether a legal duty existed, but whether reasonable
and proper efforts to ensure compliance with the legal duty took place
or that the legal duty was breached.
*By cooperating with an organization whose purpose is to make the
product available to the general population, clearly constitutes a breach
of the common law duty to refrain from such conduct when it
Is Reasonably Foreseeable That It Could Cause Serious Harm.
It is thus a failure to discharge a legal duty within the contemplation of the relative codes.
Any person wanting copies of the above documents may email me at:
David J. Reinhart OF: Carscallen, Reinhart, Mathany and Maslak.