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Kellie Leitch – Email 09

——– Original Message ——–
Subject:    Re: Fwd: Re: Spying in Canada
Date:    Wed, 14 Aug 2013 07:26:21 -0600
From:    Ryan Walker <walkerr@ssimicro.com>
To:    Kellie.Leitch@parl.gc.ca

Hello Kailey,

Can you please confirm that you have received this email?  Another week has passed without any comment.  I can understand the lengthy, ongoing delay for some of my earlier questions.. but the more recent ones should take very little time to resolve.  This stuff should be a matter of public record.

Any update you could provide would be appreciated.  Once again, I must ask whether or not I am speaking with the right person.  Is there someone else I should contact?  What is going on with the lack of responsiveness?  I used to manage an Internet company.  Ten years ago, we had systems that let people know we’d received their email, instantly.. and tracking systems to ensure that people were responded to within days.  We addressed entire network catastrophes in less time than it takes you guys to even provide an MP schedule, or an answer to basic questions.

Having spoken with you, Kailey, you seem like a level headed, clued-in individual.  Can you tell me what is going on here?

Thanks.
Ryan

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Kellie Leitch – Email 08

—— Original Message ——–
Subject:    Re: Fwd: Re: Spying in Canada
Date:    Wed, 07 Aug 2013 07:28:34 -0600
From:    Ryan Walker <walkerr@ssimicro.com>
To:    Kellie.Leitch@parl.gc.ca

Hello Kailey,

Thank you for the call the other day.

Per our conversation, there is probably not much reason to continue with research into this topic, as it is clear that Canada was not only aware of the spying, it is complicit, through its participation in the five eyes surveillance network, consisting of the USA, Canada, Britain, New Zealand and Australia.  Being that Kellie supported S7, I am fairly certain she is not going to get too excited over all of the domestic/international spying.

I cannot adequately express the amount of concern that I, and many like me, have towards the ongoing erosion of our freedoms, and the “go along to get along” nature of my political representatives.  What happened to our rights?  What happened to our freedoms?  This is a rhetorical question, of course.  These things are obviously not a big part of the modern conservative agenda.

Being that no progress on the spying is realistic, and no information has been forthcoming, I would like to change the nature of my inquiry.  I’d like to try and get at least a few answers from my political representatives.

As I write this, radiation from Fukushima is leaking at a rate of over 100 hiroshima bombs, per hour.  Of course the release of radiation has been ongoing for many months now, but recently, Tepco has lost even more control of the situation and contaminated water is now flowing, relatively unchecked, into the ocean.  I have several questions on this issue:

(1) Since the event occurred, what assistance has Canada officially offered Japan, if any, in dealing with the issue?  We are facing a disaster of epic proportions in Fukushima, and I’m wondering if Canada has done anything to try and bring our expertise to bear on the problem?

(2) What communications programs have been put into place to advise our west coast residents (and the rest of us) of the increased levels of radiation we are being exposed to?

(3) What has Canada done to increase its monitoring of radiation, particularly on the west coast?  At some point I read that Canada actually REMOVED monitoring stations, AFTER the disaster.  Is there any validity to this?

Any information you can provide on this would be appreciated.

Lastly, can you let me know if there are any open forums with the MP, or any public meetings?  I would like to publicly ask Kellie about the spying stuff, the Fukushima stuff, her support for S7, and a few other things.  I’d like to understand how she can rationalize voting for legislation that appears to violate the Canadian Bill of Rights, as well as the UN Declaration of Human Rights.

Thanks.
Ryan

Kellie Leitch – Email 07

On 13-08-01 8:49 AM, Kellie.Leitch.A4@parl.gc.ca wrote:

Hi Ryan,

I apologize for the delay. Would I be able to get your phone number so that I can discuss the matter with you? Or you can call our office at 613-992-4224. I am working on getting you a formal response.

Best,
Kailey

Kellie Leitch – Email 06

——– Original Message ——–
Subject:    Re: Fwd: Re: Spying in Canada
Date:    Thu, 01 Aug 2013 05:14:58 -0600
From:    Ryan Walker <walkerr@ssimicro.com>
To:    Kellie.Leitch@parl.gc.ca

Good morning Cailey,

We have now reached the one month point on my initial inquiry with my MP.  In that time, I have not received a single substantive response from her office.  I have not even received an answer to the softball question I asked in my last email, a week ago, which was simply “could you let me know what Canada has said to date?”

In the time that has elapsed, we have seen responses from world leaders from around the globe.  We have seen congressional hearings, testimony from people of all kinds and from all levels, and all kinds of action on the issue, globally.  And yet I don’t have a single, solitary answer from my MP, not even to the ultra-softball question I asked just to see if someone in the office could answer a question directly.  How hard is it to direct me to what Canada has said so far?  If they have said nothing, how hard is it to tell me that?

Cailey, who else can I talk to about this, given the ongoing non-responsiveness?  Is there an oversight committee, or ombudsman of sorts?  I’m thinking the PMO is probably the best bet.  I’d appreciate your insight here, as this is starting to feel like a waste of time.  I am familiar with the run-around, and your office is not even hitting that level of service.

Thanks.
Ryan

Kellie Leitch = Email 05

——– Original Message ——–
Subject:    Re: Spying in Canada
Date:    Wed, 24 Jul 2013 14:50:26 -0600
From:    Ryan Walker <walkerr@ssimicro.com>
To:    Kellie.Leitch.A4@parl.gc.ca

Thank you Kailey.  I will wait to hear from you.

While I await further response, could you direct me to any official statements Canada has made, regarding the issue of NSA spying, that you might be aware of?  When I visit the Canada web site and search for NSA, or spying, I see no resources, nothing to indicate that anything is at all amiss.

When I search Canada’s Government site for the keyword “NSA”, I am taken to a contractor information page, and a page that shows basic contract details of communications supply equipment, detailing supply contracts between Canada and the NSA.  You can see for yourself, here:

https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/contract-history/W8474-06MA34-001-USW-3

The security implications of a supply/purchase relationship, in this context, especially with regards to telecom equipment, are of staggering significance.  It would almost certainly make sense to include this issue in your inquiry.  If Canada has indeed purchased telecom or computer equipment from the NSA or its affiliates, portions of Canada’s private communications networks may have been compromised.

Thank you for your assistance with this matter.
Ryan

Kellie Leitch – Email 04

On 13-07-24 8:47 AM, Kellie.Leitch.A4@parl.gc.ca wrote:

Hello Ryan,

My name is Kailey and I am working on addressing your concerns. I do apologize for the time this is taking. It is appropriate for you to bring your concerns to your local Member of Parliament on this matter and we are looking into it. I will continue to work on this. Your patience is greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,
Kailey Fisher
Member’s Assistant
Hon. Dr. K. Kellie Leitch, P.C., O.Ont,
Member of Parliament for Simcoe–Grey
560 La Promenade
Office: 613-992-4224
Fax: 613-992-2164
kellie.leitch.a4@parl.gc.ca

Kellie Leitch – Email 03

On 13-07-09 10:30 AM, Kellie.Leitch@parl.gc.ca wrote:

Thank you for contacting the office of Dr. Kellie Leitch, Member of Parliament for Simcoe—Grey.Your questions and concerns are very important and every effort is made to respond in a timely fashion.If your message does not contain your full contact information, please provide us with your full address including postal code and phone number.

Kellie would like to ensure her constituents are well served. Due to the high volume of correspondence received, priority is given to residents of the Simcoe—Grey riding.

For constituents, if your matter requires urgent attention, please call or visit one of the constituency offices in Collingwood or Alliston. The constituency offices can be reached by phone at 1-866-435-1809.If you are not a constituent, you are welcome to write us with your concerns and opinions; however, we strongly urge you to contact your Member of Parliament directly.If there is a reason for your contact outside of your home riding please clearly specify for our administrative purposes in working with your email.Thank you for writing.The Office Dr. Kellie Leitch
Member of Parliament for Simcoe—Grey
Tel: 613-992-4224
Fax: 613-992-2164
kellie.leitch@parl.gc.ca

Kellie Leitch – Email 02

From: Ryan Walker [mailto:walkerr@ssimicro.com]
Sent: July 4, 2013 7:56 AM
To: Leitch, Kellie – M.P.
Subject: Fwd: Spying in Canada

Hello Mrs. Leitch,

Can you please confirm receipt of this email?  I have not received anything indicating that the email was received and I would appreciate it if you could let me know that it has been received (and hopefully being responded to.)

Thanks.
Ryan

Kellie Leitch – Email 01

Subject: Spying in Canada
Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2013 05:40:57 -0600
From: Ryan Walker <walkerr@ssimicro.com>
To: Kellie.Leitch@parl.gc.ca

Good afternoon Mrs. Leitch,

I am a constituent from Washago.  Recently I have become aware of all the spying being done by the NSA, in the US.  As you may have heard, their spying dragnet targets all Canadians.  My information has been targeted.  Your information has been targeted.  The correspondence of our prime minister has been targeted.I would like to know what your opinion is on this matter.  Our largest  trading partner is seemingly committing routine acts of war against our country.  Are we reacting to this at all?  Is anything being done to advise Canadians to take steps to protect their privacy?

Thank you for your time.
Ryan