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Three Types of Land in Canada

From Church V. Fenton (this is very important and that is why I’m reposting) 3 types of land Held, affirming the judgment of the Court below [1], that upon the lands in question being surrendered to the Crown, they became¬†ordinary unpatented lands, and upon being granted became liable to assessment. What this means is there…
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Canada Company

The largest Pre-Confederation land grant I am aware of is the Canada Company grant…a total of almost 2.5 million acres…and if you research it at the archives, it’s one of the so called “special grants”. The Canada Company was a large private chartered British land development company. Much of this land is now useless under…
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Ungranted Land Before Confederation

Supreme Court of Canada In Re Provincial Fisheries (1896) 26 SCR 444 Date: 1896-10-13   “The beds of public harbours not granted before confederation are the property of the Dominion of Canada. Holman v. Green, (1881 CanLII 35 (SCC), 6 Can. S. C. R. 707) followed. The beds of all other waters not so granted…
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Gilmor vs. Goliath: Conservation groups seek to overturn precedent-setting court decision allowing family to build home

Gilmor’s, whose partially completed retirement/dreamhome was torn down because the Conservation Authority won in court, (by appealing the Gilmor’s win), proving the location could be dangerously impacted by flooding in the event of the “100 year storm” scenario…they are without a home or money to settle all of the legal expenses levied on them.  …
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City of Halifax Forced to Respect the Sovereign

Another example how governments are not respect the Sovereignty. Layers of government and regulation try to bury our rights. Help fund our Constitutional Challenge on Private Property Rights and force the government to respect our Land Grants from the Sovereign.

Bob Mackie vs. NEC

Some years ago, the Ontario Farmer did a story on a friend of mine. His name is Bob Mackie and he had been charged by the Niagara Escarpment Commission with using his private property for an archery range, an activity that was not allowed within the Niagara Escarpment Plan. Bob learned of land patents through…
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Tony’s Story…

I thought I would take a bit of time and explain how this challenge got started and what got me/us to where we currently are. Late in the year in 2013 the town of Grimsby through direction of the Province of Ontario are of it through the local newspaper which gave a link to the…
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