Released on October 23, 2018 at
Rigged: Bigger’s re-election was 'A Tragedy'
Brian Bigger (incumbent mayor) has been voted (defrauded) in
for a second term as Greater Sudbury’s mayor.
However, 71.68% Sudbury taxpayers are voted against Bigger and his
Released on October 22, 2018 at
City clerk and solicitor Labelle accountable for election
Archer (CAO) left and Eric Labelle (City Solicitor) right
clerk and solicitor Eric Labelle must be held accountable for
voter fraud and should be fired immediately. This is an ideal
example of incompetence, a culture of corruption and
manipulation at Tom Davies Square that involves politicians
and management. They are immoral and unethical.
several hours of technical difficulties with the electronic
voting system, the system crashed around 5:22 pm. The City
had to extend voting for another day, until Tuesday October 23
at 8 pm.
It seems that the data has been compromised.
Citizens are demanding a full explanation by bureaucrats who
put this process in place and why there was no backup plan.
is not ready to accept a corrupt bureaucrat City solicitor,
Labelle's explanation and Bigger administration must provide
answers to taxpayers. We must not forget that Bigger denied
public access to Labelle's employment contract.
This well-coordinated election
fraud orchestrated by powerful groups in the City
hall, who refused to answer corruption allegations.
on October 05, 2018 at 20:00 EDT
political troubles deepen
Brian Bigger seeking second mandate as approval rating
Contracts Raise Eyebrows
Commissioner Investigates Access to Employment Contracts
reference to leaked documents from legal services division,
WikiLeaks Sudbury confirms
that Sudbury mayor Brian Bigger has full knowledge of General Manager
Corporate Services Kevin Fowke and City Solicitor Eric Labelle’s
Bigger administration has denied public access to the contracts, prompting
a complaint to Ontario’s Office of the Information and Privacy
document from Legal services division (click here)
secret contracts have raised eyebrows among concerned citizens about the
operation of City Hall. Critics worry the scandal demonstrates Bigger’s unwillingness or
inability to control his administration and is just the latest example of
a civic government in disarray.
on September 07, 2018 at 16:00 EDT
Fowke led corrupt bureaucrats scamming tax dollars
Privacy commissioner to investigate City hall legal expenses complaint
Sudbury has uncovered that a large number of tax dollars has
been spent to cover-up incompetent of City bureaucrats. Ken
Fowke, General Manager Corporate services, and Eric Lablle,
City Solicitor were involved with this scandal. Fowke and
Labelle were generous to arrange millions of dollars worth
retainers with legal firms and benefitted from the kick back
and pocketed thousands of tax dollars. WikiLeaks Sudbury
follows all leads available to uncover and obtain full access
to the records, specifically tax dollars paid for labour and
on June 15,
2018 22:12 EDT
Tag # 703
Fowke paid over
$100,000 as legal fees to Toronto lawyer for matter related to
labour and employment.
Fowke back pocketed thousand of tax dollars.
Karen Matthies’s statement leaked.
The leaked documents from the human resources
division revealed that Fowke paid over $100,000.00 as legal fees to
one of the labour and employment matters. Karen Matthies, a former
Human Resources coordinator, provided this information to the
Greater Sudbury Police services. According to the report, resolution
to the dispute cost only $20.00. The taxpayers were scammed by Fowke
and legal services division to spend over $100,000 and back pocketed
thousand of tax dollars. Read more
Released on May 07,
2018 00:12 EDT
Tag # 702
puppet show: Waste of Tax dollars and corruption
Fowke: Incompetent and
is no more.
Water gate scandal unfolding.
who wasted thousands of tax dollars finally has gone from the City
He tried many times and took any possible chances to extend his
contract. However, all of his attempts were unsuccessful. Benkovich
has become a symbol of incompetence and waste of tax dollars. He
contracted out water and wastewater emergency maintenance service
and scammed millions of tax dollars. Initially, the contract was
awarded for only $200,000.00, later on it was
increased to over $ 1.5 million. However, Benkovich made
sure to reimburse over $60,000 for his additional expenses
from tax dollars. Stay tuned more information to follow.
Fowke and Nepotism
corrupt practices are not limited to extending underhand contract
deals. In order to give his
son-in-law a post in the system, Benkovich fired one of the
employees from Whanapitate Water plant. Under Fowke’s watch,
Benkovich hired his son-in-law to fill the vacancy within 24 hours.
Former director of human resources division, Kevin Fowke, now is
City’s General Manager, failed to control these corrupt practices.
Sudbury tax payers were doomed and their sons and daughters were not
able to reach out any job opportunity in the City hall. Fowke
created a family business in City hall and now infiltrated into the
Bigger administration. His corrupt practices continue.
of dollars for Labour and employment external legal fees
Fowke is generous
to give away millions of tax dollars as legal fees for labor and
employment services. Fowke’s
department paid Sudbury based legal firm over 9 million dollars and
Toronto based legal firm another over million dollars. Under
his watch, labour and employment legal cost was sky rocketed. Large
amount of tax dollars wasted. Every year, City has owned legal
services department consumed over 1.5 million tax dollars which
consists of expenses for lawyers and support staff. Read
Released on April 17, 2017
Tag # 700
Canapini, no longer with the City
Canapini: Bad Legal advice
man behind the spending of millions of tax dollars for external
legal fees and the conspiracy to fire Ontario’s ombudsman is
finally gone. According to the Law Society of Upper Canada,
Canapini is no longer practicing law in Ontario.
is facing allegations of creating a false affidavit in an
attempt to prevent access to the freedom of information request.
That freedom of information request is directly related to water
and wastewater’s division, one of their service contracts. An
invoice was emailed to the director of the division Nick
Benkovich. Benkovich was generous enough to pay the contractor $
5600/h, costing the taxpayers.
deepened: Bad legal advice
city council opted out the oversight service offered by the
Ontario ombudsman. Former Ontario ombudsman Andre Marin publicly
condemned Canapini’s involvement and said that Canapini had
given "bad legal advice." Read