For reasons given above, I make the following orders:
1. Under s. 58(2)(a) of FIPPA, subject to paragraph two below, I require the Ministry to give the applicant access to the information it withheld under s. 19(1)(a).
2. Under s. 58(2)(b) of FIPPA, I confirm that the Ministry is authorized to refuse to disclose to the applicant the information that it withheld under s. 13(1).
 I require the Ministry to give the applicant access to the information noted in paragraph one above by March 10, 2016. The Ministry must concurrently copy the OIPC Registrar of Inquiries on its cover letter to the applicant, together with a copy of the records.
January 27, 2016
ORIGINAL SIGNED BY
Celia Francis, Adjudicator
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The Government of British Columbia has refused to comply with the order and appealed the decision to the Supreme Court of British Columbia in order to protect the criminals inside Government who were responsible for the acts of domestic terrorism carried out against the English family so that the Government of British Columbia could acquire the English family property at far below market values through a corrupted court process and then deal it to the First Nations as part of a la claim settlement.
Forensic specialists say that the plan of the British Columbia Government would likely involve a jacking of the value of the property to well above its acquisition cost, then getting cash from the Federal Government to buy the property from British Columbia Government agency that holds title. This way taxpayers from across Canada will pay the cost and the insiders will mage the windfall that, justly, belongs to the English family.