I didn’t get my computer in for a fixup – discovered it was basically a Microsoft problem related to getting essential patches. Once all “essential” patches and fixes were downloaded it was the difference between night and day. Seems that by utilising Firefox as my primary browser the automatic Microsoft updates no longer updated automatically. I had nine “essential” patches and fixes lined up and waiting for me. They obviously were truly essential. Now that I know the automatic isn;t always automatic I will keep a closer eye on patches from here on in 🙂
There are significant parts of Andre Bissonnette’s testimony I plan to cover. I must say I was surprised and quite excited yesterday to hear his lawyer ask for disclosure of documents related to the 1960 investigations into St. Joseph’s Training School in nearby Alfred, Ontario. She believes they are relevant to the inquiry in that they may indicate that certain institutions – CAS specifically – were aware of the problems at Alfred and despite that knowledge continued to send young fellows off to that den of iniquity. That of course would go to the insitutional response! Good for her!!!
So I do hope to take a closer look and post excerpts of that public submission and explanation of how this lawyer believes those records regarding Alfred could have relevance to the inquiry.
And, by the way, more cancellations!!!! Nothing – nothing public at the Weave Shed until 28 May 2007. Hearings next week have been cancelled. Seems the Children’s Aid Society has unearthed a raft of documents relevant to the next witness and is just now disclosing them to all parties. That’s too late to be ready to go next week, so … cancellled. Apparently plans are under way to make up for a lot of this lost time by utilising one of the pre-scheduled weeks off in June 🙂
And that’s enough for now,