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The Harper Government has failed me!

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I need100 signatures by September 30th, 2015. Without your help, the Canada Pension Plan is going to keep terrorizing the people of Canada.

Think about it. This"screw the disabled" policy of our Canada Pension Plan could happen to you or somebody close to you. Your signatures could possibly end that from happening. Facebook people could change the way in which the Canada Pension Plan uses unfair policies in their decision making. Apparently the scale of justice means nothing to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP), the Office of the Commissioner of Review Tribunals (OCRT) and to Diane Findley, the Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development. Oh yes...I should not forget the main culprit... The Honourable(?) Stephen Harper.

When politician's retire, or need a disability pension, they get a full pension and do not have to fight the system to get that pension.
My pension, if they would give it to me (they won't without your help), would be a small fraction of the incomeI would have generated hadI not become disabled.My pension would have been around $800 per month beginning in 1997. This is not fair that they refuse to grantme this small stipend! It happens to many of us and it will continue to happen unless we do something about it!

Sign the petition not only for me, but for yourself, for your loved ones and your close friends as well. This is a way for you to change the way our government works. You can make them do for the rest of us what they "quietly" do for themselves.

Thank you for taking the time to read this. Thanks in advance for those of you who take the few seconds it takes to sign the petition. I hope all that read this will sign. Please don't sign anonymously as those signatures will not be tallied. Also Please leave a short comment for impact.

MyShort Story

The CPP Disability Pension denied Tom L. Walker a disability pension even though his family physician and several specialists agree on his inability to continue employment. Tom was involved in an automobile accident on the Rocky Lake Road, between Bedford and Waverley, Nova Scotia on May 13, 1997 at 7:55 AM, while he was on his way to the work at the Waverley office of the Department of Natural Resources. The accident was a head on collision between Tom's car (1993 Suzuki Swift and a full sized Saturn). The combined impact speed was between 100 and 110 kilometers per hour. Tom's injuries were extensive and involved his tongue (bitten on impact), neck, ribs, lower back, knees and ankles. Tom had a severe Myocardial Infarction (heart attack) in 2007 and, while recovering in the Queen Elizabeth II hospital, his heart specialist recommended he see an E.N.T. doctor who later confirmed this severe sleep disorder that had plagued Tom all those years. Beginning in the year 2000, the Canada Pension Plan's tribunal boards (Canada Pension Plan Disability Pension...CPP(D), Office of the Commissioner of Review Tribunals...CRT) have refused toacknowledge the extent of Tom's injuries and believe him capable of employment. This is contrary to medical opinion. Tom is not a lazy man and never has been! He worked many years in the offshore industry where laziness is not tolerated, and Tom has succeeded to receive several certifications such as CN 2 navigation certification; Professional Forestry Worker certification; Forest Technician certification; Computer Support Specialist certification; Computer Technician's Industry Association's A+ Information Technology certification certification. His many years of service in the offshore industry shows his tendency to enjoy hard work. The certifications he has received only goes to bolster that fact. Please sign this petition and tell the Canada Pension Plan (D) and to Diane Findley, the Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development in Ottawa, to grant Mr. Walker his Canada pension retroactive to May 13, 1997. Keep in mind that politicians only have to "serve" 7 years and can retire on a fully salaried pension. No other public service jobin Canada have this grand benefit.


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