DATE: July 9, 2014
Below is a draft letter for you to forward to your MP, asking for (a) support to our amendments to C-17, and (b) to arrange to meet personally with Trueman Tuck.
Please also send a copy of your letter to the Senators in your province. Email addresses for them can be found at http://www.parl.gc.ca
We Need Your Help to amend the Food and Drugs act Bill C-17
Jun 6, 2014
I am a strong supporter of individual human beings’ unalienable rights of Informed Freedom of Choice. The majority of the world’s population relies upon dietary food supplements, defined as “ includes any product intended to supplement the diet that contains one or more of the following ingredients: a vitamin, a mineral, a herb or botanical, an amino acid, a dietary substance for use by human beings to supplement the diet by increasing total dietary intake, and/or a concentrate, metabolite, constituent, extract or combination of any of the aforementioned substances” for their primary health care for themselves and their loved ones.
Mr. Trueman Tuck, on behalf of Friends of Freedom International [See www.fofi.ca] and the Canadian Coalition for Health Freedom [See www.cchf.ca], has amended the proposed version of Bill C-17 [Vanessa’s Law] [See Exhibits 1 & 2] to incorporate this definition into this Bill to amend the Food and Drugs Act.
In addition, Mr. Tuck has amended Bill C-17 to delete section 3 of the existing Food and Drugs Act. You may not be aware of it, but this section was added to the Food and Drugs Act in 1934 [See Exhibit 3] and makes it a criminal offense to truthfully advertise the positive benefits of Dietary Food Supplements and other regulated products. This existing provision is not constitutionally valid and after 80 years needs to be deleted.
Dr. James Lunney’s and Dr. Colin Carrie’s Private Members’ Bill C-420 in 2003 through 2005 had attempted to make these two improvements to the outdated Food and Drugs Act. I need you to support Mr. Tuck’s proposed improvements to the Bill C-17 and allow Mr. Tuck to appear as a witness to speak on my behalf on why incorporating these improvements into Bill C-17, which will significantly improve the Federal Government’s regulatory ability to protect my good-health and well-being and that of those I love.
We were promised in the extensive Canadian Standing Committee on Health in 1998 reports and the Minister’s subsequent acceptance of the 53 recommendations [See Exhibit 4] that the outdated Food and Drugs Act would be amended to create an appropriate Federal Regulatory system for our ultra safe Dietary Food Supplements. I am very upset that my Dietary Food Supplements are now being called Natural Health Products and regulated in the same fashion as deadly pharmaceuticals (Allopathic Drugs).
I fully support the need to better protect me and my loved ones from the Allopathic Drugs, but also need to ensure that the selection, pricing and availability of Dietary Food Supplements as defined above are protected from decades of ongoing prejudicial Health Canada Abuse. For details please visit www.healthcanadaabuse.ca. Mr. Tuck’s proposed amendments to Bill C-17 will modernize the 1884 Adulteration and Fraud Act [See Exhibit 5], the title of which was changed in 1920 to the Food and Drugs Act [See Exhibit 6].
One of the best ways to protect me and my loved ones from the dangerous and deadly allopathic drugs/medicines is to allow me to know the truth about the risks and benefits of allopathic drugs/medicine, as well as the risks and benefits of food based medicine (Dietary food supplements).
I have copied this letter to my MP and Members of the Canadian Senate and respectfully request that all of you put our individual human being’s rights of Informed Freedom ahead of all other considerations and incorporate Mr. Tuck’s recommended amendments to the over 100 year old existing Food and Drugs Act.
Please meet with Mr. Tuck as my representative and support his appearance before both the Parliamentary and Senate Committees reviewing Bill C-17.
I do not want what happened with Bills C-51, C-52, C-6, C-36 and C-38 to occur with Bill C-17, which was the fast tracking of the bills without providing full and proper balanced witness appearances and incorporating much needed amendments that were clearly in the public interest.
There is nothing more important to me as a Canadian than fully protecting the unique Canadian emphasis on individual human beings’ constitutionally protected rights, freedoms and liberties. We cannot allow the Canadian Rule of Law and Written and Unwritten Constitution [See Exhibits 7, 8 & 9] to be eroded and destroyed. I do not want my Canada to be ruled by tyrants who have no respect or regard for human rights.
Please confirm receipt in writing of this communication and that you will meet with Mr. Trueman Tuck to discuss these matters and support his appearance as a witness on my behalf.
– David W. Rowland
The following are the issues relating to our consumer safety concerns about all products covered under the 100 year old and flawed Food and Drugs Act and related areas ofconcern in the Business Impact to small and medium family operated businesses in our non-pharmaceutical Drug trade and commerce sector.
Agenda items as follows;
 The fast tracking of significant legislative changes to the Food and Drugs Act as per Bill C-38 and now C-17 and our inability to have an input,
 The inability of government sponsored legislation to implement the 53 recommendations and various Standing Committee on Health Reports from 1998 pertaining to our ultra safe Traditional Natural Medicines, Food Based Medicines and Cultural Medicines such as Traditional Chinese Medicines and to correct the 1920, 1927 and 1934 deliberately created flaws in the existing 1884 Adulteration and Fraud Act. The name was changed to the Food and Drugs Act in 1920.
 The need for a legislative Early Administrative Dispute system where differences of opinion exists on who is involved in criminal activities – us or the Health Canada, Canadian Border Services and/or Canadian Food Inspection staff,
 The issues associated with the use-based definition of a pharmaceutical Drug/Medicine created in 1920,
 The issues associated with the section 3 and schedule A of the existing Food and Drugs Act created in 1934,
 The constitutional validity issues with the Pharmaceutical sub-class of drugs/Medicines known as Natural Health Products and related import and other prohibitions on trade and commerce.
Our Canadian Health Freedom Movement is very concerned about the Rule of Law degradation and increasing Police state type mentality in both the elected and appointed federal Public Servants that Bills C-51, C-52, C-6, C-36, C-38 and now C-17 reveals to the traditional individual human being rights, freedoms and liberty oriented Canadian civilized society values and principles.
There are two other key leaders in the Canadian Health Freedom Movement that will be participating with me – Dr. David Rowland from New Brunswick and Chris Gupta from London, Ontario.
Due to the number of participants I have setup a conference call.
Yours for Right to Prevail,
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