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April 6, 2018

Purpose:

To remind the Court, "thing 1" in 258(1)(c) is unconstitutional under Charter 11(d) (R v St-Onge) but is saved by section 1.

To remind the Court that 258(1)(c) is saved by section 1 because of Parliament's purpose which is weight consistent with scientific relia...

March 23, 2018

Purpose:

To establish that the hypothesis by the ATC/CFS, that any drift in instrument response (what Hodgson describes as significant drift in accuracy and precision over time) will always be caught by a single point control test, is not supported by any empirical stud...

February 10, 2018

What is the purpose in Stinchcombe/McNeil disclosure or O'Connor production of maintenance records and historical data?

Crown CFS scientists are right in saying that there is no causal relationship between the historical data and the results of a subsequent subject test...

January 22, 2018

Purpose:

To remind the Court of the concept of "reliability" used by the SCC in St-Onge.

To educate the Court as to the definitions of "accuracy", "precision", and "reliability" used by Brian Hodgson in his paper relied on by the SCC in St-Onge.

To focus on drift in accur...

January 18, 2018

Purpose:

To obtain admissions respecting the inadequacy of ATC / CFS recommendations in requiring "stability of metrological characteristics" over time.

To obtain admissions that the Diagnostics test function only checks stability over a few seconds at best, not over wee...

January 15, 2018

Purpose:

To neutralize the government scientist's assertion that anomalous data should be excluded from calculation of precision.

To obtain an acknowledgment of drift in precision over time (see Hodgson definition of reliability)

To challenge the propriety of throwing out...

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