We expect this order to be made immediately, if not we will included this in our complaint to the Ombudsman’s office and Attorney General’s office.
I don’t know if Toxic Adult Bullies actually did contact the Ombudsman’s Office and the Attorney General’s office, as I never got anything about it and never saw anything after either but he did start writing about it here… I don’t think anything came out of it though as nothing has changed on this page since…
I did reach out to the Attorney General’s Office not that long ago and got a reply. It’s pretty generic, except I liked the section where he says he has been “mandated to address online discrimination, hate, and harassment, as well as developing options for victims of hate speech.” I for one, can’t wait till they come out! I will have no problem removing all my sites if this happens, as I know those sites will have to be deleted as well!
I do know that there is nothing Toxic Adult Bullies can ever do anymore about their allegations and I also know that people are losing interest in their content. All they are doing is repeating what they already have written, as they have nothing new. Going after my own content I write is just proving what I say, they bait and instigate and take my response to write about on their own content.
Let’s see if they do it with this content, hey?
Toxic Adult Bullies are now all old news and not important anymore. I have a bit more to go through but I have shared as much as I can without bloating my site like they have done. It is a lot of reading!!
Sent: March 15, 2021 11:51 AM
Subject: Correspondence from the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
Dear Ms. Reddy:
Thank you for your correspondence concerning cyberbullying. I regret the delay in responding.
At the outset, I would like to express my heartfelt sympathies for your personal experience.
I hope you will understand that, as Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, I cannot comment on a specific case. However, I can provide you with some general information.
It may interest you to know that I have been mandated to address online discrimination, hate, and harassment, as well as developing options for victims of hate speech. Additionally, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has asked my colleagues the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, the Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage, and me to work together to advance Canada’s Digital Charter and to enhance the powers of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, in order to establish a new set of online rights.
Although the Criminal Code’s reference to “repeatedly communicating with, either directly or indirectly” in the context of criminal harassment may not explicitly apply to online communication, the Criminal Code includes a provision to clarify that offences with elements of communication can occur within networked spaces. Accordingly, criminal harassment already captures the use of the internet for stalking or harassment purposes. The Criminal Code also clarifies the language surrounding the public incitement of hatred, specifically as it relates to online hate speech. Furthermore, due to the explicit elements of communication contained in the defamatory libel offence, online forms of the conduct are also captured by the word “publish”.
In Canada, each level of government has autonomy to act within its jurisdiction. The Parliament of Canada enacts criminal law, which is then administered by the provinces and territories. The administration of justice includes the prosecution of Criminal Code offences. The Honourable Doug Downey, Attorney General of Ontario, is responsible for the administration of justice in your province. Should you wish to share your concerns with Minister Downey, he can be reached at
Matters regarding anonymity on the Internet and the regulation of social media may also be of interest to Ministers Bains and Guilbeault. Accordingly, I have forwarded a copy of your correspondence to them for information and consideration.
Please be assured that our government will continue to examine the Criminal Code to ensure that the criminal justice system is fair, relevant, and reflective of Canadian values.
Thank you again for writing.
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada
c.c.: The Honourable
Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry
Minister of Canadian Heritage
— Part Twenty — COMPLAINTS ABOUT SERVICES RECEIVED FROM SJTO
On September 03, 2019, at 6:44 pm the interracial married couple/tenants filed an official complaint with the Social Justice Tribunals of Ontario ( SJTO ) at email@example.com. I got nothing from that, so I guess they didn’t accept anything they sent!