Zuzak GRC Report; Wed., Oct. 05, 2005
(1) Nuclear fission reactor technology:
Recent events with respect to Ukraine and Iran indicate that both the
States and the European Union wish to preclude the development of
technology for the production of electricity outside of U.S./European
The Action Ukraine Report (AUR#557, 13Sep2005) indicates that the U.S.
reneged on its commitment on funding the
Ukraine Nuclear Fuel Qualification Project (UNFQP). Similarly,
pressure is being exerted on Iran to dissuade it from developing its
nuclear fission reactor technology. Two inter-connected articles on the
are available at
The situation presents an opportunity for Canada (and Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd., in particular) to become involved in a joint project with Ukraine.
provocation: In response
to the article "Action on war crime overdue" by David Matas (Winnipeg
Free Press, 18Sep2005), in which he demands that Cabinet revoke the
of Vladimir Katriuk, Helmut Oberlander, Wasyl Odynsky, Michael
Jacob Fast, I have posted a critique on my website via the Josef Furman
or specifically at
It consists of my critical comments [in square brackets and in the color fuchsia] interspersed throughout the original text. There are links to a number of relevant articles archived on my website. At the end, I take the Winnipeg Free Press to task for providing a forum for the demagoguery of Mr. Matas.
(3) D&D issue: As far as we know, a Pre-Trial Conference for the cases of Josef Furman and Jura Skomatchuk is still scheduled for 18Oct2005, despite an Order dated 23Aug2005 rendered by Prothonotary Martha Milczynski.
In a letter stamped SEP 13 2005, the CHRC informed Dr. Lubomyr Prytulak that its Disposition Committee has decided to forward the CJC v UKAR complaint to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal. In response to a Prytulak telephone inquiry, the Secretary to the Commission, Lucie Veillette, in a letter stamped SEP 21 2005 states: “Your letter of July 29, 2005 was not submitted to the Commission. The names of the Commissioners who rendered the decision in the above complaint are: the Chief Commissioner Mary Gusella and Commissioner Aimable Ndejuru.” [Mr. Ndejuru, located in Montreal, was appointed part-time Commissioner by Justice Minister Irwin Cotler in December 2004.]
In a letter
dated 03Oct2005, Lubomyr Prytulak once again accuses the CHRC of
submissions. These first two letters (pdf files) , Dr. Prytulak’s
24 other key documents are listed at
Will Zuzak, 2005-10-05