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Reference materials 3rd Line East Mono ON Canada182 Rue Sainte Catherine Est Montréal QC CanadaPeck Building @ 33 Princess Street Winnipeg MB Canada
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Apr 12, 2008
Église de scientologie // Discrète promotion à Québec — Société Radio-Canada (Canada)
Type: TV
Source: Société Radio-Canada (Canada)
La Commission des citoyens pour les droits de l'homme (CCDH), un organisme basé à Québec, distribue ces jours-ci dans la capitale une brochure visant à dénoncer le travail des psychiatres qui prescrivent des médicaments aux enfants souffrant d'un déficit d'attention. La CCDH prétend que les troubles de l'attention sont une pure invention de la médecine. Dans son dépliant d'information, la CCDH invite le public à visiter son site Internet pour commander un documentaire sur le sujet. Le document reproche aux psychiatres ...
Apr 2, 2008
Des théories remises en question [French] — Société Radio-Canada (Canada)
More: Video: Unofficial English translation, Transcript: Unofficial English translation
Type: TV
Author(s): Émilie Dubreuil
Source: Société Radio-Canada (Canada)
La scientologie est une entreprise ultramoderne qui a aussi des activités séculières. Par exemple, en 1966, Ron Hubbard fondait avec un collègue Narconon une cure de désintoxication qui compte aujourd'hui plus d'une centaine de centres dans le monde, dont un à Trois-Rivières. En plus d'être une cure de désintoxication, Narconon s'est donné pour mission d'instruire les jeunes sur les méfaits de la drogue en donnant des conférences dans de nombreuses écoles de la province. L'atelier offert dans les écoles, appelé La ...
Mar 6, 2008
Scientology critic free after serving four months; Former Brantford resident ordered to avoid negative contact with group — Brantford Expositor
Type: Press
Author(s): Susan Gamble
Source: Brantford Expositor
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 5, 2008
MP denies knowledge of endorsed organization's ties to Scientology / Scientology denies ties to anti-drug organization — West Island Chronicle
Type: Press
Author(s): Raffy Boudjikanian
Source: West Island Chronicle
MP denies knowledge of endorsed organization's ties to Scientology Scientology denies ties to anti-drug organization Article online since March 5th 2008, 23:59 BY RAFFY BOUDJIKANIAN raffy.boudjikanian@transcontinental.ca West Island Liberal MP Bernard Patry defended his recent endorsement of anti-drug organization Narconon Trois Rivière's prevention campaign despite the latter's supposed links to the Church of Scientology. "I did not know that they might be tied into the Scientology church," said Patry, who represents the Pierrefonds-Dollard riding. "As a former physician, when I started ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Mar 3, 2008
The truth about Scientology — National Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Yvette Shank
Source: National Post
The truth about Scientology Yvette Shank, National Post Published: Monday, March 03, 2008 Jonathan Kay's article on Scientology and its founder L. Ron Hubbard ("In fear of Xenu," Jan. 18.) certainly didn't give the picture of the religion I have known for the past 40 years. From a very young age I found myself asking many questions: Who am I? What am I? Where do I come from? How can I help my friends and family? And I finally found what ...
Feb 19, 2008
MP backs anti-drug organization — Le Messager
Type: Press
Author(s): Raffy Boudjikanin
Source: Le Messager
MP backs anti-drug organization Pierrefonds-Dollard MP Bernard Patry and Carole Arvisais hold a banner from Narconon Trois-Rivières, which preaches drug prevention to students. MP backs anti-drug organization BY RAFFY BOUDJIKANIAN raffy.boudjikan...@transcontinental.ca Pierrefonds-Dollard MP Bernard Patry added his name to a banner declaring he promised to live a life without drugs, a symbolic gesture aimed to help non-profit organization Narconon Trois-Rivières preach prevention to grade school students across Quebec. "I remember seeing a patient years ago," recalled Patry, a former physician, "who ...
Feb 12, 2008
Was That a Hate Crime? — Torontoist
Type: Press
Author(s): Robin Rix
Source: Torontoist
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 11, 2008
200 cruise by Scientology HQ / Yonge St. demonstration part of global protest — Toronto Sun (Canada)
Feb 11, 2008
Scientology target of nameless protests — The Record
Type: Press
Author(s): Raveena Aulakh
Source: The Record
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 10, 2008
Anons plan 'polite' church protest — Toronto Star (Canada)
Feb 10, 2008
Scientology's Legion of Doom — Torontoist
Type: Press
Source: Torontoist
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Feb 2, 2008
New life for a landmark — Winnipeg Free Press
Type: Press
Author(s): Murray McNeill
Source: Winnipeg Free Press
The Church of Scientology plans to spend up to $10 million to convert a landmark building in the Exchange District into a church and community outreach centre. Rev. Yvette Shank, president of the church's Canadian office in Toronto, said the church plans to undertake a major refurbishing of the 115-year-old Peck Building, which it quietly acquired last March for a previously unheard of price for the Exchange of $2.2 million. "We love it," Shank said of the six-storey, brick-and-stone building at ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jan 15, 2008
An unauthorized Cruise. Let the attacks begin! — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Jan 10, 2008
Morton's Tom Cruise tell-all says nothing — Toronto Star (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Malene Arpe
Source: Toronto Star (Canada)
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Dec 28, 2007
Will studio success ride with Valkyrie? — Toronto Star (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): John Hiscock
Source: Toronto Star (Canada)
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Dec 7, 2007
German officials want Church of Scientology banned in the country — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 31, 2007
Booklet sent to Winnipeg Mayor's office insinuates politician endorses Scientology — National Post
Type: Press
Source: National Post
A religious booklet sent to his office makes it seem that Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz officially endorses the musings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. Mayor Katz's image and the official City of Winnipeg logo appear on the back cover of the 68-page booklet, which implores readers to observe life lessons such as "do not take alcohol to excess," "don't be promiscuous," "preserve your teeth" and "don't do anything illegal." The booklet, called The Way to Happiness, purports to be "presented ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 30, 2007
Katz finds religion... or vice versa — Winnipeg Free Press
More: groups.google.com.ph
Type: Press
Author(s): Bartley Kives
Source: Winnipeg Free Press
IN a booklet called The Way To Happiness, it appears as if Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz officially endorses the musings of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. Katz's image and the official City of Winnipeg logo appear on the back cover of the 68-page booklet, which implores readers to observe life lessons such as "do not take alcohol to excess," "don't be promiscuous," "preserve your teeth" and "don't do anything illegal." The booklet purports to be "presented by Sam Katz, mayor" and ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Oct 28, 2007
Church was Sun-burned // Bonokoski feature story brought lawsuits -- and clandestine activities — Canoe
Type: Press
Author(s): Alan Shanoff
Source: Canoe
I'm going to take you back to my early days as a lawyer. It was the mid-to-late 1970s. I was working at Eddie Goodman's firm, Goodmans. David Stockwood (for my money one of the top civil litigators in Toronto for the past 30-plus years) ran the litigation department. For some reason he trusted me to handle the litigation for an upstart, feisty little paper that was still growing, the Toronto Sun. It had hungry journalists and none was hungrier – and ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Aug 9, 2007
Torture, or just plain torque? 'Industry Of Death' Exhibition On Psychiatry Walks A Fine Line — National Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Kevin Libin
Source: National Post
EDMONTON -With a name like "Psychiatry: Industry of Death," visitors to the travelling exhibition in Edmonton likely understand they are not about to get a particularly measured perspective of the mental health profession. What they might not be prepared for is a fright show of the alleged "criminal practices" and "brutalities" of psychiatry, the cause, apparently, of history's vilest atrocities. By National PostAugust 9, 2007 EDMONTON -With a name like "Psychiatry: Industry of Death," visitors to the travelling exhibition in Edmonton ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 29, 2007
Église de scientologie : question d'image — Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Pier-Luc Dupont
Source: Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
L’Église de scientologie de Québec s’apprête à déménager ses pénates sur la rue Saint-Joseph, dans des locaux 10 fois plus grands que ceux qu’elle occupe à Limoilou. Un signe d’expansion ? Plutôt d’une volonté de soigner son image, semble-t-il. À l’heure actuelle, ils sont quelque 200 membres à fréquenter l’Église de façon régulière. Pour une organisation implantée dans la ville depuis le début des années 70, le chiffre est plutôt modeste. « Il y a peut-être eu une légère augmentation récemment, ...
Jul 24, 2007
For Xenu's sake, hear your kooky co-worker out — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): David Eddie
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
The question I've just discovered that someone I work with is a Scientologist. It's not something I've ever heard him talk about, but I asked him about it and he said yes, he was. He's pretty high in the organization, too, an “operating thetan,” whatever that is. I actually like the guy, but I can't help it: Ever since I found out about his beliefs, it's coloured the way I look at him. It just seems like such a kooky group. ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Jul 17, 2007
L'Église de scientologie gagne de la visibilité (French) — La Presse (Montréal, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Nadielle Kutlu
Source: La Presse (Montréal, Canada)
L'Église de scientologie prend de l'expansion à Montréal. Actuellement située sur l'avenue Papineau, elle déménagera dans un immeuble qui appartenait à l'UQAM. Considérée par ses opposants comme une secte, l'Église triplera sa superficie. L'organisation occupera l'immeuble La Patrie, ancienne propriété de l'UQAM, rue Sainte-Catherine Est, dans environ un an. La transaction de 4,25 millions vient d'être conclue. L'Église de scientologie, qui rassemble près de 1000 membres dans la métropole, y entreprendra des travaux de «plusieurs millions de dollars», a précisé le ...
May 24, 2007
After eight years, Hockley Highlands closes its doors — Orangeville Citizen (Ontario, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Mandi Hargrave
Source: Orangeville Citizen (Ontario, Canada)
After eight years of financial struggle, not once turning a profit or breaking even, Toronto businessman Murray Goldman has closed the doors to the Hockley Highlands Inn and Conference Centre. The announcement was made on Friday, the same day employees learned they no longer had a job. A former employee said although there was no advance notice of the closure given to employees they have had ample warnings over the last four years, as business continually declined and the inn lost ...
Feb 8, 2007
Arizona to extradite Scientology protester to Riverside County — Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California)
Type: Press
Author(s): Kenny Klein
Source: Press-Enterprise (Riverside, California)
Arizona to extradite Scientology protester to Riverside County LAW: The fugitive will be sent to Riverside County. He fled before sentencing on a misdemeanor in '01. 10:00 PM PST on Thursday, February 8, 2007 By KENNY KLEIN The Press-Enterprise A Scientology protester who fled to Canada before he could be sentenced to 180 days in county jail in 2001 has been arrested in Arizona and will be extradited back to Riverside County, officials reported. Former Palo Alto resident Keith Henson, now ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
Nov 9, 2006
Get smart! The Narconon drug detox program makes you mentally sharper and brighter, says a nutritionist — Canada Newswire
Type: Press release
Source: Canada Newswire
A Canadian Nutritionist and Graduate of the Program Talks About How the Detox Program Cleansed His Body - and Helped Boost His 'Thought Processes' TORONTO, Nov. 9 /CNW/ – Doctors, scientists and other professionals around the world have spoken and written about Narconon's Drug Detoxification Program in ridding the body of harmful chemicals and other pollutants. And thousands of people worldwide have experienced the substantial benefits the program has to offer, says the team at Narcodex. (x)(PHOTO: Send2Press.com/mediadesk/1106-S2P-Nar- Wardle_72dpi.jpg) (x)(Photo Caption: ...
Jul 9, 2006
Scientologists spreading into Plant City, beyond — Tampa Bay Tribune (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): Baird Helgeson, Ray Reyes
Source: Tampa Bay Tribune (Florida)
Scientologists describe their religion as a cathartic journey toward happiness and clarity of mind. Church of Scientology critics call it kooky science fiction disguised as religion. Whatever you believe, the church says it is growing. Although the church's membership remains a much-debated mystery, its land holdings tell the story of a robust organization in the midst of a new chapter of growth. Worldwide, Scientologists say they have bought 21 buildings they plan to turn into churches. Still, some former Scientologists and ...
May 23, 2006
Experts challenge claims of Scientology's sweat-it-out treatment for addicts — Edmonton Journal
Type: Press
Author(s): Charles Rusnell
Source: Edmonton Journal
EDMONTON - A drug and alcohol treatment program backed by the controversial Church of Scientology is promising addicted Albertans an extraordinary 70-per-cent success rate. The Narconon program is marketed as "100-per-cent natural," and prescribes intensive saunas, exercise and high doses of vitamins to cleanse the body of "radiation, drugs and toxins." Advertisements for the Narconon program have appeared in recent months on Edmonton's CKUA radio and in weekly newspapers throughout the province. Addiction experts and academics in Canada, the United States ...
Nov 5, 2003
Proven programs for troubled youth are desperate for funds [Letter] — Vancouver Sun
Type: Press
Source: Vancouver Sun
I am relieved to see that others are also acknowledging what I've known since I first started using drugs 26 years ago. I haven't used illicit drugs for 19 years, but I still regret using any, especially pot. Drugs are the strongest undertow in the world. In the late summer of 1999, I decided to do something about the tides of young people flowing into the Downtown Eastside looking for dope. I saw them getting younger and younger but looking older ...
Dec 3, 2002
Marmora council rejects drug treatment centre // 4-0 vote against rezoning application — Belleville Intelligencer
Type: Press
Author(s): Jeremy Ashley
Source: Belleville Intelligencer
Marmora — Before a town hall packed with close to 125 people, council here unanimously denied a rezoning application that would allow a former motel to house a drug treatment centre. The move followed a special rezoning hearing Monday night, called to allow those opposed and in favour of allowing Narconon to legally continue in the former Treelawny Hotel. Narconon is a drug rehabilitation program with close ties to the Church of Scientology and utilizes the methods of Scientology founder L. ...
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