and Fair Election
rigged by Bigger and his corrupt administrators
234 Days and counting
Fowke: Master mind of Sudbury
As Bigger failed to deliver his
mandate, Kevin Fowke (General Manager, Corporate Services)
claimed a $ 210,604.00 salary and benefits $ 8,564.13 (Total:
$ 219,168.13) in 2018. Fowke spent millions of tax dollars for
external legal services. He also implemented the controversial
digital only voting system for last municipal election (2018)
to gain benefits for Bigger. Fowke,
a master mind of e-voting scam was rewarded by Bigger raising
salary over 35%.
March 15, 2019
||As Bigger and his
corrupt administrators are touring France at the expense of
taxpayers, Sudbury mother and her infant daughter had a
serious accident Gatchell/Copper Cliff bus onto Cedar Street,
alongside the city terminal as a result of crumbling City
infrastructure. Bigger has no plan to fix the problem and
engaging self serving agenda benefiting his corrupt
administrators and group of individuals spent money on
his campaign. Bigger is a failure and administration disaster for
February 21, 2019
administration increased tax by 3.6% and water/wastewater user
fee by another 7.4%. Bigger set a record increasing of the
highest tax rate in Sudbury history. Bigger administration
failed to control wasteful expenditure at City hall.
February 08, 2019
Bigger failed to deliver his promises to taxpayers, citizen
groups are calling reform. Bigger mismanaged tax dollars
and City already in debt $ 17 million (2017). Bigger
and his administrators plan to borrow another $ 90 million for
January 06, 2019
MA 18-359 and MA 18-350 before the information and privacy
commissioner Ontario moved to order stage. Bigger administration
secret dealings are nearing exposure.
December 31, 2018
No any explanation or
inquiry for voter fraud; “colossal failure”. Fowke
and Labelle are directly responsible for voter fraud and still
collecting pay cheques at the cost of taxpayers. Now, it
is evident that so called leader of the City,
Bigger is working with corrupt administrators at the City hall.
Bigger said election night “as a
candidate and the leader of this city, I am demanding an
explanation by senior staff who put this process in place.”
Bigger also said he wants answers and will be demanding
accountability for what he called a “colossal failure.”
December 04, 2018
day for democracy
admitted his administration failure. But his incompetent Fowke and Labelle
are still on the job. Bigger has no intention to clean up
hall. Bigger and his corrupt administrators must be kicked out
from the City hall.
November 25, 2018
Fowke’s secret agenda to disrupt Sudbury’s municipal
election; to gain benefit for Bigger, by using a “Digital Only” voting method, now has
respond to the issues arising from the City’s submission
related to the Appeal MA 18 - 349 and MA 18 - 350 before the
Ontario Privacy commissioner’s office has expired.
Bigger’s secrecy of administration will be nearing exposure.
November 06, 2018
a fact-finding mission: Another attempt to defraud his
On election night bigger said he will be taking action against
staff who responsible for the election fiasco. However, bigger
is now changed his tune and joined with his corrupt
administrators and has hired Oracle Poll Research for a
fact-finding mission at the cost of taxpayers.
October 31, 2018
Phony Open Data Policy: Bigger acting in a climate of secrecy
Privacy commissioner’s office continues its investigation and
issued notice to address issues arising from City submissions.
Bigger’s Open data policy is under scrutiny as Bigger denied
to access City Solicitor Eric Lablle, General Manager
(Corporate services) Kevin Fowke employment contracts and legal
fees paid for external law firms for employment matters.
October 23, 2018
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
2014, the city of Greater Sudbury ran $7 million over
budget; in 2015, $5 million over budget; in 2016, $3
million over budget; and in 2017, the budget deficit was
over $17 million.