Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Complaint against Chicken Farmers of Canada

In a previous posting I had described a letter I had sent to Chicken Farmers of Canada "(CFC") back on March 7, 2013.

CFC ignored me, and refused to answer.

On May 17, 2013 I grew tired of waiting for CFC, so I complained to Farm Products Council of Canada ("FPCC"), CFC's supervisory body established by the Federal Government.

On June 7, 2013 FPCC wrote back requesting clarification of my complaint, and asking me to justify that I was directly affected by CFC's decisions, actions, and/or inactions.

Apparently there needs to be a a dead body, a smoking gun in the hands of CFC's Board, gunpower residue, and blood splatter; if not, it doesn't count.

They have enough business at the Complaints Window that FPCC has developed a policy on how and when to complain.

I have revised and elaborated on my complaint against CFC, latest version available here

The ball is now squarely in FPCC's court.  Any bets on how they will respond?

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