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Zuzak GRC Report; Wed., Jan. 04, 2006

(1) Federal Election, Jan. 23, 2006: The latest two issues of the Ukrainian News contain several articles of relevance to the Ukrainian community. In particular, the statements of Peter Goldring (CPC) and Judy Wasylycia-Leis (NDP) refer directly to Wasyl Odynsky and the d&d issue. There are also several items on the Michael Ignatieff nomination in Etobicoke-Lakeshore and on candidates worthy of support by the Ukrainian community.

(2) CHRC Conference on hate, Dec. 15-16, 2005: An opening speech by Chief Commissioner, Mary Gusella, archived on the What’s New page of the CHRC website at
indicates that the CHRC is making a concerted effort to curtail free speech on the Internet under the rubric of curtailment of hate. According to the site: “The Conference proceedings and all material related to the conference are in production and will be posted on our website shortly.”

My critique of this speech is archived via the CHRC link on my website at
The format of this conference is disturbingly similar to the conference convened by the Department of Justice Canada, Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Section, on Nov. 01, 1999 to legitimize the d&d process. (Available at link above.)

(3) UKAR: http://www.willzuzak.ca/lp/index.html/
In a Dec. 12, 2005 letter to Mary Gusella, Dr. Prytulak identifies 10 key documents, which were not included in the “Disclosure Package” forwarded to the CHRT. Two more letters, dated Dec. 14 and 17, 2005, to Gerald Schwartz question whether his close involvement with the Canadian Jewish Congress and Prime Minister Paul Martin has a direct bearing on the spoliation of documents in the CJC v. UKAR case before the CHRC and CHRT.

(4) John Demjanjuk: Articles by M.R. Kropko in the 29Dec2005 issues of YahooNews and other publications state that Judge Michael Creppy has ruled that John Demjanjuk should be deported to Ukraine. A critiqued version of the article is archived on the Lily website at

Respectfully yours
Will Zuzak, 2006-01-04