Philtech Enterprises represents the interests of Canadians to the agents of corporations with executive or legislative functions that operate in its community. The mission is general societal improvement through individual paradigm shifts, attained through targeted feedback to such agents, in the form of ongoing written and verbal communications.
The fundamental idea is that one person is not better or more intrinsically valuable than any other person. All occupy a unique and essential position in relation to others. Often, mediation is required to repair failed interpersonal communication caused by the misunderstanding of who a person is and what one's role is in relation to others. Philtech Enterprises is thus a vehicle to properly address a policy whose enforcement is obstructive or restrictive to the fundamental idea.
Every person who is born on Canadian soil is an indigenous Canadian, regardless of ethnicity. The term "indigenous" is often capitalized and used as a racist political wedge to disenfranchise native Canadians, to decrease their care for one another, and to distract them from making decisions that will protect the land and resources for the enjoyment and benefit of all Canadians for generations to come.
Trial run: Osborne was the second of thirteen candidates who filed nomination papers with the returning officer, and was top contender for a seat, with ~1800 votes. Strategies for future elections include recruitment of volunteers for campaign activities such as
Observations on community event.
Cora restaurant grand opening 2015 October 18, free meals later provided to several unwitting police officers with cooperation of store owners by pre-paid gift cards.
Concerns to address in bylaw:
Progress, five years later: Fort McMurray Today article, October 14, 2020
A response to a request for singers to open the council meeting.