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Subject: Asking for $460,000 in Back Pay from the Senate
            of Canada. (President/Party Leader of the Égalité
            Party of Canada)

Ottawa, February 20th 2007


Mr. Paul Belisle
Clerk of the Senate of Canada
Room 185S
The Senate of Canada
Parlement Hill
Ottawa K1A 0A4

Dear Mr. Belisle,

I was told in the Summer of '83 by an officer of the Senate who had, 
understand, his Pd.D. from the University of Carleton, that if I did 
start abusing the System - like everbody else - I would lose 
my job.

I refused to abuse the System and and consequently, received a 
notice stating that the Senate of Canada was not going 
to renew my contract.

This, I found odd, as I had become a permanent employee when 
I went from
Chief Page to Senate Night Messenger in 1979.

Being already a father of two children I hoped to resolve the pro-
blem in
a letter to the Clerk of the Senate, Mr. Lussier. He refused 
to respond
to my letter and grinned when he saw me.

I, therefore, went to the Public Service Alliance of Canada who 
hooked me
up with Yolande Viau and, together, we got the Union,
PSAC, on Parliament Hill.
However, the Public Service Alliance 
of Canada (PSAC) did nothing to save my job.

Yet in the following year, March 1984, I was the only one unem-
ployed who
completed their weekend Union Stewart Course at 
their request for which
I received $50 and a certificate.

Seeing that Revenu Canada emptied my back account insis-
ting that I owe
them money when I don't, I strongly feel the way 
to settle this matter
is for me to get $460,000 ($20,000 x 23 
years) in back pay to which I'm
entitled to for wrongful dismis-
sal that caused my wife to divorce me.

Cordially yours,


Kenneth Selin (say'leen)
704-125 Stewart St., Ottawa K1N 6J3
B.A.(Psychology), B.A.(Spanish), Admin.,
B.Comm.(Honours), B.A.(Italian) "magna cum laude"
President/Party Leader 
of the Égalité Party of Canada  



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