After the December 5th, 2016 decision from the Alberta Court of Appeal we submitted a request for the transcripts of the court hearing that took place on June 15th, 2016.
We were denied the transcripts.
We wrote letters to the Appeal Court asking why. But, it was just "no" without any realistic justification. There are no juvenile names mentioned in the case, no industry secrets - if you don't count exposing the methods by which Brookfield takes over companies in an underhanded predatory way.
We wrote letters to the Canadian Judicial Council. We were shut-out.
Attendees at the June hearing heard things. And those things were different than what was in the Appeal Court decision.
So, why won't the Appeal Court release the transcripts unless they are trying to hide their mistakes?
If there is nothing to hide, then why hide?
Don't you find it interesting that attendees at the hearing heard a judge state: "something smell" and ask "is there a precedent for overturning a receivership."
Gotta wonder if there is more behind the Appeal Court decision.
DON'T INVEST IN ALBERTA.
DON'T INVEST IN CANADA.