Email to the Minister, February 8, 2005

A weak provincial franchise law is a prerequisite for the efficient plundering of federal loans and investors' net worth.

Email
February 8, 2005

To Hon. James Watson
Minister of Consumer and Business Services
Les Stewart, CAFO

Dear Minister,

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If you would like to more detail on how the current Ontario franchise law inadvertently creates the ideal environment for white-collar crime, I would be happy to explain the substantial evidence I have recently acquired.

A weak provincial franchise law is a prerequisite for the efficient plundering of federal loans and investors' net worth.

I believe it's reasonable to assume this type of civil and criminal crime will increase exponentially unless remedial action is taken.

While the appropriate enforcement authorities have been notified in the cases I know of, I would like to co-operate in good faith with your staff in order to solve this systemic problem.

In the alternate, I will keep you informed.

Les Stewart
Canadian Alliance of Franchise Operators
705-737-4635 Tel
ten.ofac|trawets.sel#ten.ofac|trawets.sel
www.cafo.net

cc: Jim Wilson, MPP


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