- November 27, 2010 - 11:27
It's awfully funny that MOST people wouldn't leave as much as a $5 bill in their car because of the high number of car break-in incidents these days, yet this doctor left medical records around like that. How are people expected to feel like their privacy is being respected? How many stories have we heard in recent years about privacy breaches? We've seen it from government, Eastern Health, the school system, etc. All of these places should be taking the utmost care when it comes to privacy. I would like to applaud the traffic services workers who took the time to collect what they could of these papers. A lot of people would have kept walking and let the papers spread even further.
- November 27, 2010 - 10:08
"They waited on the parking lot for close to an hour before officers showed up." Way to go, RNC!
- Mr T.
- November 27, 2010 - 09:45
This is ridiculous!! The Dr.'s Names shoudl be released, and the patients should be told about this, so they can go find a better Dr. Very, very, very irresponsible.
- Willie Hunt Pouch Cove NL
- November 27, 2010 - 09:42
Christmas is all gone modern these days. One time all you needed was a stocking full of fruit and friends and family. These days you need a mattress full of money to make it happen and the countdowns to Christmas got people drove. You never know what's in a briefcase,laptop bag or knapsack layed in the backseat of a car so it's always worth the risk to have a look-see. If you're leaving your car unattended this holiday season and a litre of milk cost $4.00 you are better off taking your valuables with you. Willie Hunt Pouch Cove NL
- nasty nate
- November 27, 2010 - 08:24
No Accountability with this Government or the Health Authority. And they want to spread our information to even more people with this Pharma-Link fiasco. Time that each and everyone of us Lawyer up and file suite.