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  1. ADDICTION CANADA ANNOUNCES IT WILL BE CLOSING - DON'T BELIEVE IT!!

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toron...ing-claims-unpaid-wages-john-haines-1.3796902

    With employees alleging hundreds of thousands in unpaid wages, Addiction Canada announces it will close

    Addiction Canada CEO John Haines faces charges of fraud, drug possession
    By Kate McGillivray, CBC News Posted: Oct 11, 2016 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: Oct 11, 2016 5:00 AM ET

    John Haines, CEO of Addiction Canada, faces five criminal charges, including fraud, drug possession and trafficking. His company also faces accusations of unpaid wages totalling more than $500,000. (Facebook)

    A chain of private addiction treatment centres in Ontario and Alberta is closing under the shadow of hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid wage claims — and criminal charges against the company's owner.

    Addiction Canada ignores government orders to pay ex-employees
    John Haines, the owner and CEO of Addiction Canada Inc., is facing five charges, including two counts of fraud worth millions of dollars, drug possession and drug trafficking.

    Haines disputes the charges.

    In an e-mail to CBC News, Haines says he is shutting down the company due to "economic pressures" and the "challenges of maintaining the highest standards of recovery care ... as a direct result of false and inaccurate claims." Meanwhile, employees of Addiction Canada and of a previous incarnation of the company, Vita Novus Inc., are claiming a total of $516,821 in unpaid wages with the Ministry of Labour.

    'Every single paycheck was bouncing'
    Greg Gemus, who worked as an accountant at Addiction Canada's location in Utopia, Ontario up until the end of the summer, said he is owed about $4,800 dollars. "In May or June, every single paycheque was bouncing. By the end of June, employees were owed three paycheques," he said.

    'I was excited for my first accounting job and it turned out really negatively,' said Greg Gemus, who worked at Addiction Canada beginning in February 2016. (Facebook) Gemus said he was responsible for handling questions from employees from all of Addiction Canada's locations, and alleges that he was told to put off people who were concerned about being paid by telling them to call back the next day.

    Eventually, Gemus said, "at least 50 people quit." He said he was also told to put off vendors who were looking for payment by giving them a prepared speech.

    Last year, a CBC Go Public investigation interviewed two former employees of Addiction Canada who claimed thousands of dollars in unpaid wages.
    The Ministry of Labour said that in the last three years, it has received 27 claims related to unpaid wages at Addiction Canada, totalling $167,318, and 87 related to Vita Novus, totalling $349,503.

    Police charge 2 Addiction Canada employees

    In June 2015, Munish Malik and Richard Tucker were charged after the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a tip that the pair were posing as doctors at Addiction Canada's Caledon and Burk's Falls locations.

    In May 2016, Haines, 51, was also charged when an OPP investigation revealed that he was involved in the hiring of the men. He's now facing five charges in total: two counts of fraud over $5,000, one count of drug trafficking, one count of possession of property obtained by crime, and one count of laundering the proceeds of crime.

    Ontario provincial police allege Haines defrauded clients of Addiction Canada of a total of $6.1 million. They also accuse him of submitting in excess of $11,000 worth of fraudulent claims to the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care's Ontario Drug Benefit Plan. In the e-mail to CBC News, Haines referenced the charges, writing that he has been "challenged and publicly labeled in an unbecoming manner, along with false and incomplete accusations supported by the media." Haines is due back in court in Orangeville, Ont. on October 31 for a pre-trial continuation.

    Next steps for employees missing wages In the same e-mail conversation, Haines also offered details about the Addiction Canada closure.

    Addiction Canada's Utopia, Ontario location. Owner John Haines announced last week that Addiction Canada will close. (Addiction Canada)
    "A new conglomerate is taking over the existing locations (except for a couple they weren't interested in) and are moving forward with completely new structure and management," he wrote.

    He also said that all current employees will be kept on. The Addiction Canada website lists four current locations, two in Ontario and two in Alberta.
    As for current and former employees seeking missing wages, the Ministry of Labour wrote in an e-mail that there are several ways the ministry can help after a claim is made, starting with an investigation into the company, and if wrongdoing is found, an order to pay wages.

    If the wages still go unpaid, the issue is forwarded to the Ministry of Finance for collections.However, the government still encounters substantial difficulty getting money back. In a report released last year by the Workers Action Centre, it said that "on average, 25 to 30 per cent of unpaid wages confirmed through claims (not including bankruptcies) do not get collected for workers."

    YOU THINK REHAB CONMAN JOHN HAINES IS CLOSING - BULLSHIT!!! HE'S GOT ANOTHER SCAM - PAY CLOSE ATTENTION - GET READY!!!!
    "A new conglomerate is taking over the existing locations - Tell Us More About This New Conglomerate John Haines???
  2. Can'tw84karma Member

    My understanding is it's just a name change again Canadian Addiction Recovery network
  3. Yes, it's JUST A NAME CHANGE. http://canadianaddictionrecoverynetwork.ca/
    because of all the NEGATIVE MEDIA PUBLICITY ABOUT ADDICTION CANADA.

    More News Stories will be coming out about John Haines, Canadian Addiction Recovery Network, Very Soon. It's gonna be Good!
    Make sure you guys start using the New Name in all of your Posting, so we can get the word out before more people get scammed!

    Addiction Canada, John Haines = Canadian Addiction Recovery Network

    "A new conglomerate is taking over the existing locations (except for a couple they weren't interested in) and are moving forward with completely new structure and management," he wrote.
    New Management? Yeah, John Haines.

    He also said that all current employees will be retained.
    YOU ARE NOT FOOLING ANYONE HAINES! YOU'RE GOING TO JAIL!!!
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toron...ing-claims-unpaid-wages-john-haines-1.3796902
  4. https://twitter.com/i/web/status/785895435495993344

  5. Can'tw84karma Member

  6. Can'tw84karma Member

    John Haines of Canadian Addiction Recovery Network (Addiction Canada) may himself be using a new name John Flex
  7. Looks like the they were using www.canada-addiction.ca, but then changed it to Canadian Addiction Recovery Network as of 29 Sep 2016.

    BEWARE, John Haines is USING A LOT OF DIFFERENT REHAB NAMES!

    http://webcache.googleusercontent.c...sion/goals/&num=1&hl=en&gl=ca&strip=0&vwsrc=0

    This is Google's cache of http://www.canada-addictions.ca/our-mission/goals/. It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on 29 Sep 2016 19:09:07 GMT.
    The Canadian Addiction Recovery Network is leading the way in permanent and safe recovery from addiction in Canada. We encourage you to reach out and see for yourself how we can hep you or your loved ones.

    Canadian Addiction Recovery Network

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    Our Mission Goals
    Goals



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  8. http://www.simcoe.com/news-story/69...centre-in-utopia-closes-property-up-for-sale/
    JOHN HAINES IGNORES ESSA TOWNSHIP COURT ORDER, WAS BEING TAKEN BACK TO COURT, DECIDES TO CLOSE UP SHOP. BEFORE THE COURT DATE.
    19 HOURS AGO
    Addiction treatment centre in Utopia closes, property up for sale


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    Treatment centre buys former private school property in Utopia

    Submitted
    This Addiction Canada sign was placed at 8058 8th Line in Utopia in recent weeks. While the company plans to open a new addiction treatment centre, it has yet to file a planning application with the township.

    Alliston Herald
    By Brad Pritchard
    UTOPIA - A privately owned drug and alcohol addiction treatment centre in Utopia whose CEO is facing legal trouble has closed its doors.

    Essa Township manager of planning Colleen Healey said the solicitor representing Addiction Canada sent a letter to the municipally last month stating the centre at 8058 8th Line “was to shut down in or around Oct. 1.”
    Since then, Healey said all activity at the site “appears to have stopped."
    “We were also informed by neighbours just before the Oct. 1 long weekend that they actually had moving trucks there and were moving belongings into the vehicles,” she said.

    The property was also recently put up for sale and is currently listed for an asking price of $3.7 million.

    In an email, company founder and CEO John Haines confirmed he is shutting down the centre due to "economic pressures" and the challenges of maintaining a business "as a direct result of false and inaccurate claims."
    The closure comes after Haines was charged in May for allegedly defrauding clients of more than $6.1 million after hiring two employees who weren’t licensed to practise medicine in Ontario at former clinics in Caledon and Burk’s Falls.
    Haines faces five charges, including two counts of fraud, and one count each of money laundering, benefiting from the proceeds of crime and trafficking in controlled substances.
    None of the allegations have been proven in court.

    Haines said he has been "challenged and publicly labeled in an unbecoming manner, along with false and incomplete accusations supported by the media." He maintains his company has "saved lives" and has done so "proudly and effectively in light of extenuating circumstances."

    Over half a million dollars in unpaid wage claims are also allegedly owed to former employees of Addiction Canada and another company operated by Haines, Vita Novus Inc.
    Ministry of Labour spokesperson Janet Deline confirmed 27 complaints for unpaid wages and other claims have been made over the past three years in regards to Addiction Canada, and 87 for Vita Novus.
    She said the complaints against Addiction Canada add up to just over $167,000, and Vita Novus is nearly $350,000.
    “It’s not just unpaid wages, it’s for a variety alleged violations, including public holiday pay, termination pay, severance pay,” she said.

    Haines responded to the allegations, stating "Addiction Canada will investigate any and all claims and that fair and accurate resolutions are always sought with regards to any disputes brought before us and any labour board issues are being dealt with."

    When the treatment centre in Utopia opened last fall, it did so without proper zoning, according to Healey.
    The property’s current designation, community commercial zone, allows for a school, but not a treatment centre.
    Earlier this year, the company was ordered by the court to file a zoning application with the township, but, according to Healey, that never happened.
    “There was a court order to cease all addiction treatment operations and as well apply through the proper channels, and they didn't do either, so we were in the midst of taking this back to court,” she said.
    The company purchased the 8th Line property after the abrupt closure of a former private school Renaissance Academy in April of last year.

    According to the Addiction Canada website, the company has two centres in Ontario, including the Utopia site, and two in Alberta.

    JOHN HAINES SHUT DOWN, BECAUSE HE WAS IGNORING THE ESSA COURT INJUNCTION, AND HE WAS BEING TAKEN BACK TO COURT, BY ESSA TOWNSHIP. HE WOULD FACE MORE CHARGES BY THE JUDGE, FOR IGNORING THE CEASE AND DESIST ORDER, SO HE SHUT DOWN!!!
    There was a court order to cease all addiction treatment operations and as well apply through the proper channels, and they didn't do either, so we were in the midst of taking this back to court,” she said.
    Brad Pritchard is a reporter at The Herald. You can reach him at bpritchard@simcoe.com . Follow him onTwitter and follow Simcoe.com on Facebook
  9. Can'tw84karma Member

    Mr.Haines you might want to look into your current employees also.
  10. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/private-addiction-facilities-no-regulations-1.3805451

    Addiction Canada / Canadian Addiction Recovery Network
    Kate McGillivray, CBC News

    People should be 'leery' of Ontario's boom in unregulated private drug rehab facilities: expert
    ‘Anyone with a business licence can open up [and] call themselves a treatment facility'

    By Kate McGillivray, CBC News Posted: Oct 17, 2016 8:46 AM ET Last Updated: Oct 17, 2016 2:54 PM ET

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    Betty Dustan said she was burned by a private addiction treatment facility after sending her son there to recover. (CBC)

    Betty Dustan was desperate for help when she says she decided to spend $20,000 to send her son, who was suicidal and addicted to drugs, to Addiction Canada — a chain of private addiction treatment centres with locations in Alberta and Ontario.
    She says her son was kicked out of an Ontario facility after just a month, but that instead of calling his family, he was sent out in the cold, ending up in a men's shelter.
    After her son left, she says her money was never returned, and that staff ducked her calls when she followed up.
    "They promised us the world," Dustan told CBC News. "We would never send our son back there, ever."
    Tom Gabriel, former president of the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation says that big promises are exactly what Canadians should be wary of when picking out a private addiction treatment facility.
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    Tom Gabriel, former president of the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation, said Ontarians should be careful when picking a treatment facility. (CBC)
    "Anyone can put up a website and make all these claims and it looks great," he said. "The public should be very leery."
    No regulation for private detox centres

    In Ontario, private addiction treatment centres like Addiction Canada are unregulated, which Gabriel says opens the door to facilities with low levels of care.
    "Anyone with a business licence can open up [and] call themselves a treatment facility," he said.

    Gabriel, who now works as a crisis and addiction counsellor at the Toronto Police Association, says privately run rehab centres have proliferated to fill in the gap left by overstretched publicly funded facilities.

    "You used to hear about one or two [private facilities]. I know about 15 or 20 right now that are up and running," he said.

    As for Addiction Canada, it announced last week it was shutting down amid unpaid wage claims from employees and charges of multi-million dollar fraud laid against its owner.
    Addiction Canada did not return requests for comment from CBC News.
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    Addiction Canada's Utopia, Ontario location. (Addiction Canada)
    How to find the right facility

    In order to continue to qualify for ministry funding, treatment facilities need to meet the criteria laid out by the their Local Health Integration Network, Gabriel said.
    "So look for a ministry-funded place first," he said.
    He also advises that people look for places that have been accredited by well-known organizations like Accreditation Canada or the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.

    The best facilities offer a multidisciplinary approach, he said, advising prospective patients to look for that include doctors, nurses, social workers as well as drug and alcohol counsellors.
    More funding and regulation needed

    Ontario has no plans to introduce a regulation system for private addiction treatment facilties, according to an email sent to CBC News from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.

    But the CEO of Addiction and Mental Health Ontario said the members of the association of publicly-funded treatment facilities are moving towards creating a regulatory framework that would apply to both public and private facilities.

    "We want to be in a position to give advice to the government on what a regulatory framework might be able to look like," Gail Czukar said, adding that her 220 members met in March to discuss what the ground rules should be.

    Czukar and Gabriel both say that more provincial funding would also improve the treatment landscape in Ontario.

    More money would help reduce waiting lists, which Czukar said can be up to two months long in some communities. And if there were more publicly funded beds, Gabriel said it would be less likely that someone would rush into treatment at a private facility because they aren't able to get in elsewhere.
  11. http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3108669
    Canadian Addiction Recovery Network: Amidst Allegations of Fraud, Addiction Canada Inc. Resurfaces
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    Addiction Canada Inc., a chain of private addiction treatment centers in Alberta and Ontario presently facing allegations of unpaid wage running into hundreds of thousands of dollars has resurfaced as Canadian Addiction Recovery Network (http://canadianaddictionrecoverynetwork.ca/). John Haines, CEO of Addiction Canada Inc., himself is currently facing five charges including two counts of fraud worth millions of dollars, drug possession, and drug trafficking.
    Addiction Canada Inc., a chain of private addiction treatment centers in Alberta and Ontario presently facing allegations of unpaid wage running into hundreds of thousands of dollars has resurfaced as Canadian Addiction Recovery Network (http://canadianaddictionrecoverynetwork.ca/). John Haines, CEO of Addiction Canada Inc., himself is currently facing five charges including two counts of fraud worth millions of dollars, drug possession, and drug trafficking.
    Amidst all of this fraud allegations, John Haines has started a new company named Dylan Maggiacomo which also is the name of his stepson. He is also now operating Addiction Canada Inc. under a new name, Canadian Addiction Recovery Network, an apparent offshoot of Addiction Canada. This is not the first time that John Haines will pull this kind of move, with Addiction Canada itself being a reincarnation of Vita Novus Inc. after similar allegations of fraud.
    According to a report published by CBS Canada, employees of Addiction Canada and Vita Novus Inc. are claiming a total of $516,821 in unpaid wages with Ontario’s Ministry of Labour. Greg Gemus worked as an accountant for Addiction Canada and was responsible for handling questions from all of Addiction Canada’s locations alleges he was told to put off people who were concerned about being paid, by telling them to call back the next day.
    "In May or June, every single paycheque was bouncing. By the end of June, employees were owed three paycheques," said Gemus. Eventually, "at least 50 people quit."
    According to the Ministry of Labour, in the last three years, they have received exactly 87 claims related to unpaid wages at Vita Novus totaling $349,503 and 27 related to Addiction Canada totaling $167,318.
    Despite all of these allegations, Haines has however rebranded his Addiction Canada brand into Canadian Addiction Recovery Network. "A new conglomerate is taking over the existing locations (except for a couple they weren't interested in) and are moving forward with completely new structure and management," according to Haines.
    Haines is due back in court in Orangeville, Ontario, on October 31, 2016, for the continuation of his pretrial.
    Media Contact
    Company Name: Canadian Addiction Recovery
    Contact Person: Melanie Lane
    Email: memyself2020@yahoo.com
    Phone: +1-720-870-3022
    Country: Canada
    Website: http://canadianaddictionrecoverynetwork.ca/
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  12. RightOn Member

    Hey USA, paying attention much?
    Nope! your settling cases before they even get to trial. Bravo! :mad:
  13. Seems like every other day, more, and more information is coming out about John Haines. This is a Drop in the Bucket...,MORE, Coming. Stay Tuned!


  14. Oct/31/2016- ADDICTION CANADA/CANADIAN ADDICTION RECOVERY NETWORK FRAUD - COURT DATES - John Haines/Richard Tucker
    ( Pre-Trial Hearing - Generally Not Open to the Public)

    JOHN HAINES ( Rehab Conman ) Court File No# 16486-01
    RICHARD TUCKER ( Fake Doctor #1) Court File No# 16486-02

    Oct/25/2016 - COURT DATES - Room 101 - 9:30am
    MUNISH MALIK – (FAKE DOCTOR #2) Court File No# 16782-02

    Due in Orangeville Criminal Court Again
    JUDICIAL PRETRIAL CONTINUES.

    COURT HOUSE TELEPHONE NUMBER 519.941.5802


    FOR MORE INFORMATION...,
    Reporters/Media/Those AFFECTED by John Haines, Connie Thompson, Addiction Canada, Canadian Addiction Recovery Network, The Fake Doctors - CALL...,

    CROWN ATTORNEY OFFICE NUMBER – 519.941.4471
  15. http://www.northbaynipissing.com/ne...e-lodge-employees-still-seeking-unpaid-wages/

    http://www.wdrb.com/story/33412838/...ions-of-fraud-addiction-canada-inc-resurfaces

    While he still owns the property for the Spirit of the North Wellness Retreat, he dismissed any claims that he is involved with the Canadian Addiction Recovery Network, a seemingly new business touting a 'Muskoka' location with a picture of the Pickerel Lake lodge site he owns.
    http://canadianaddictionrecoverynetwork.ca/locations/
    7 hours ago
    |

    Pickerel Lake Lodge employees still seeking unpaid wages

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    NEW VENTURE:

    A new sign has showed up at the Pickerel Lake Lodge property near Burk's Falls.

    Almaguin News
    By Andrew Mendler
    BURK'S FALLS – Addiction Canada, a chain of private drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, is closing all of its facilities as company founder and CEO John Haines faces criminal charges and hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid wage claims.

    In an email received Friday, Oct. 14, Haines confirmed reports he isshutting down all of his Addiction Canada facilities, saying he has “succumb to the economic pressures” and the challenges of operating a business “as a direct result of false and inaccurate claims.”
    The Addiction Canada treatment centre operating out of Pickerel Lake Lodge near Burk's Falls officially shut down in May after initially closing on a temporary basis in January. Addiction Canada had been operating at Pickerel Lake along with two other facilities in Ontario and two centres in Alberta. All are now closed.
    However, the Ministry of Labour has received 27 complaints related to unpaid wages at Addiction Canada totalling $167,318 and 87 claims related to Vita Novus totalling $349,503.
    Haines disputes these claims, but said that Addiction Canada investigates any claims made against them.
    “Fair and accurate resolutions are always sought with regards to any disputes brought before us and any labour board issues are being dealt with,” stated Haines.
    Haines also faces five criminal charges including two counts of fraud, drug possession and drug trafficking.
    Haines told CBC, "a new conglomerate is taking over the existing locations (except for a couple they weren't interested in) and are moving forward with completely new structure and management.”
    There has been a lot of activity at the Pickerel Lake Lodge site over the past few weeks as construction crews are renovating the main lodge. The Spirit of the North Wellness Retreat is “coming soon,” according to signs near the entrance.
    This Wellness Retreat is located at 2157 Pickerel and Jack Lake Road, which is right next door to the Muskoka Resort property being advertised by the Canadian Addiction and Recovery Network.
    Penny Burnside, who worked as an addiction counsellor at the Pickerel Lake Lodge, says that Haines had a knack for paying his employees what he wanted, when he wanted.
    “In the beginning things were going good. Then there were a couple of times where he said the cheques wouldn’t be coming in, he had to go out of town and said we would get them when he got back,” said Burnside.
    Burnside, who spent October to February working at the Pickerel Lake facility, said that Haines owed her as much as $5,000.
    “He is so manipulative. He makes you believe that you are going to get the money soon. Then all of a sudden something comes up and it always had to do with business and he would have to go out west. There was always some sort of good excuse that sounded solid,” said Burnside.
    She is still owed pay for 57 banked hours and vacation pay, and is one of many former employees in the midst of fighting to get paid. She believes many of her co-workers at the Pickerel Lake site are owed money.
    Burnside said the business was a little “fishy” during her time working there, as it was being referred to as a resort or wellness centre, but offered addiction services.
    “It was supposed to be for families, but something was not quite right,” said Burnside. “Why send me to a facility that is supposed to be a resort, as an addiction counsellor and case manager? You don’t need an addiction counsellor for a wellness centre,” said Burnside.
    She was later sent to the Utopia location where employees were told not to refer to the business as a detox centre.
    “At Utopia we were instructors, not counsellors. The detox was a wellness centre, we weren’t allowed to call it a detox but that is what it was. The clients were (referred to as) students. It was another façade, after façade with (Haines).”
    With Addiction Canada closing down, Haines says that he is done owning and operating treatment facilities. While he still owns the property for the Spirit of the North Wellness Retreat, he dismissed any claims that he is involved with the Canadian Addiction Recovery Network, a seemingly new business touting a 'Muskoka' location with a picture of the Pickerel Lake lodge site he owns.

    Asked about it, Haines told the News he, “will not be a director, CEO or (hold) any proprietary position for any other treatment centre or organization.” He does plan on continuing to work with addiction recovery facilities “to provide person intervention services” along with “consulting with other private centres on fulfilling effective, life-saving measures within their programs.”
  16. Hoser Member

    You are all missing the boat on how to go after John Haines. John Haines was at one point a registered member of Canadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association, so therefore he is bound to their code of ethics at the time some of things people are discussing allegedly happened.

    If you were under care of John Haines or any of his counselors or you are a former employee with information regarding any unethical behavior you have been party to or witnessed Please file a formal complaint with www.ccpa-accp.ca

    For those current staff members and former staff members who may be reading, please keep in mind if you are aware that unethical behavior is taking place or has taken place and you failed to report it you too may have some type of recourse. So it's best to come clean now so the person responsible for setting the tone of unethical or criminal behavior be made responsible.

    To date no one has filed a complaint against him this is the way to take legal recourse against him.
    Post this all over the place. They are investigating him and his business now but they need people to come forward and share their stories. These are the people who will listen and take action.

    Most people want to sue him for monetary gain, that's not the proper approach! To date no one has filed any formal complaints against John Haines or any of his former or present staff.

    If you want to take action file a complaint!

    www.ccpa-accp.ca

    You're Welcome!!


    quote="Addiction Canada Fraud, post: 2553841"]THIS IS A PRESS RELEASE BY JOHN HAINES - YOU KNOW WHEN YOU PAY PEOPLE TO WRITE LIES BECAUSE YOU GOT RAIDED BY THE POLICE FOR USING FAKE DOCTORS!

    False Accreditations, Overdose Cover Up Investigations, Numerous Lawsuits, Fraud Complaints, Refused Licence to Operate, (Addiction Canada, John Haines is currently OPERATING WITH A CEASE AND DESIST ORDER IN BURKS FALLS ONTARIO - PICKEREL LAKE RECOVERY, MUSKOKA.

    Yes, Pickerel Lake Recovery, the Home of John Haines and his Girlfriend Linda, the Caledon, Aurora Centre, and the Alberta Facility was RAIDED BY THE POLICE!

    HEY JOHN HAINES, YOU ARE THE " HR DEPARTMENT." You think the JUDGE IS GOING TO BY IT??? YOU WERE THE ONE WHO CAME UP WITH THE SCAM WITH YOUR FAKE DOCTORS, KENNY, MALIK AND TUCKER. CAN YOU FELL THE HANDCUFFS AROUND YOUR WRISTS??? GET USE TO IT!!!!

    If you have any information regarding this Investigation, Contact:Detective Constable:- Bev.Mackey@opp.ca – Health Fraud Investigation Unit-Anti-Rackets Branch.

    http://www.hrmonline.ca/hr-news/company-scapegoats-own-hr-team-for-screening-mistake-194452.aspx


    by Ben Abbott | 13 Aug 2015
    Company scapegoats own HR team for screening mistake


    http://www.hrmonline.ca/hr-news/company-scapegoats-own-hr-team-for-screening-mistake-194452.aspx

    The HR team of Canada’s largest drug and alcohol treatment organisation are being held responsible for the organisation’s use of unlicensed doctors.

    Addiction Canada has commenced an internal review using a third party after accusations employees were passing themselves off as licensed doctors.

    The review is targeting the company’s human resources department, which a spokesperson has squarely fingered with responsibility for the problem..

    Company spokesman Brian Abela told the National Post he stood behind the “quality of staff at Addiction Canada” and they continued to “save lives”.

    However, he was not as complimentary of HR, which he blamed for the problems despite the fact the review has not yet been carried out.

    Abela said the HR department may not have properly screened some employees to ensure that they had the requisite licence to practise.

    He said that someone who does not have a licence can still be extremely well-credentialed, implying HR may have missed the licence detail.

    The National Post reports police served search warrants on Wednesday at several locations connected to Addiction Canada’s operations.

    The action follows two employees being charged by Ontario Provincial Police last month with personation and fraud and false use of the title ‘doctor’.

    The employees investigated allegedly identified themselves as doctors when they were not actually licensed to practice medicine in the province.

    Addiction Canada’s web presence includes the claim that patients, who are drug and alcohol addicts, are cared for by fully licenced professionals.

    Addiction Canada’s head office is located in Aurora, Ontario

    HEY JOHN HAINES, YOU ARE THE " HR DEPARTMENT." You think the JUDGE IS GOING TO BY IT??? YOU WERE THE ONE WHO CAME UP WITH THE SCAM WITH YOUR FAKE DOCTORS, KENNY, MALIK AND TUCKER. CAN YOU FELL THE HANDCUFFS AROUND YOUR WRISTS??? GET USE TO IT!!!!

    If you have any information regarding this Investigation, Contact:Detective Constable:- Bev.Mackey@opp.ca – Health Fraud Investigation Unit-Anti-Rackets Branch.[/quote]
  17. Hoser Member

    If you were under care of John Haines any of his counselors or you are a former employee with information regarding any unethical behavior you have been party to or witnessed Please file a formal complaint with www.ccpa-accp.ca

    To date no one has filed a complaint against him this is the way to take legal recourse against him.
    Post this all over the place. They are investigating him and his business now but they need people to come forward and share their stories. These are the people who will listen and take action.
  18. .
    Yes, Call Them. We Did. They want to hear from anyone who has a Complaint.
    Ask for Mandy. Very Nice Lady. She Listened to what we had to say. She/they
    are not allowed to ask questions, so when you call her, tell her your story and she will tell you the following...,

    They will need a written letter detailing what happened, and did it happen when John Haines, Addiction Canada, etc..., was a Member of, Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.

    Email Mandy; memberservices@ccpa-accp.ca
    https://www.ccpa-accp.ca/ethics/

    https://www.ccpa-accp.ca/wp content/uploads/2015/08/EthicsComplaintsProcedures_en.pdf

    Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
    6-203 Colonnade Rd S Ottawa, ON, K2E 7K3
    Tel: 613-237-1099 Toll free: 1-877-765-5565 Fax: 613-237-9786
  19. Hoser Member


    Make a Difference!!
  20. Remember, JOHN HAINES & HIS WIFE LINDA, ARE BOTH COCAINE JUNKIES. Don't forget PILL POPPER CONNIE THOMPSON!

    The Police found lots of 'DRUGS' when they RAIDED his House, and All His Unlicensed Rehab Centre's. Yes, there was Lots of COCAINE!

    (Police) Gee Mr. Haines, what's all this White Powder?

    (John) Oh Officer, this is just Our New, Non 12 Step Approach for Screwing People Out of their Money, WITH FAKE DOCTORS, So that my Wife Linda & I can Buy All This White Powder & GET, HIGH!

    (Police) Mr. Haines, Please Put Your Hands Behind Your Back!
    The Story Continues...,

    CAN'T WAIT UNTIL THE TRIAL BEGINS!
  21. http://www.yorkregion.com/news-stor...s-in-relation-to-addiction-treatment-centres/

    May 04, 2016

    Kleinburg man faces fraud, drug trafficking charges in relation to addiction treatment centres
  22. New Media Release by John Haines, Canadian Addiction Recovery Network
    http://canadianaddictionrecoverynetwork.ca/

    http://www.prweb.com/releases/2016/10/prweb13784734.htm

    Friday, October 21, 2016

    Canadian Addiction Recovery Network Now Provides Solutions With Programs For Addictions And Associated Mental Health With The New Introduction Of Brain Health

    Contact Author
    JOE C
    Canadian Addiction Recovery Network
    +1 705-795-1266

    JOE C
    Canadian Addiction Recovery Network
    1-844-349-2016

    About Canadian Addiction Recovery Network: Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, with 2 locations in Canada – one in Alberta and the other in Ontario, we offer a fully diversified and comprehensive program for addiction recovery and co-occurring mental disorders. Our comprehensive programs and services are the very best in all of Canada.
    http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/3108669
    http://www.northbaynipissing.com/ne...diction-centre-coming-to-burk-s-falls-resort/
    http://www.northbaynipissing.com/ne...e-lodge-employees-still-seeking-unpaid-wages/
  23. http://nupge.ca/content/13186/addic...eryone-loses-when-public-services-underfunded
    Addiction Canada failures show everyone loses when public services underfunded

    You are hereded

    The labour ministries in Ontario and Alberta have received a total of 155 complaints from workers owed money by Addiction Canada, or its predecessor company, Vita Novus. Workers in Ontario are owed $516,821, while workers in Alberta are owed $75,873.
    Ottawa (21 Oct. 2016) — The criminal charges, workers going unpaid, worried families, and other problems arising from the operations of Addiction Canada are a direct consequence of underfunding public services.
    Underfunding public services drives people to for-profit organizations

    Addiction Canada described itself as “the largest fully private treatment organization in the country.” Like other private health care facilities, it was able to attract clients because the underfunding of public services has created lengthy wait lists for treatment in publicly-funded facilities. And as in many other private health care facilities, people needing both treatment and workers suffered.
    While Addiction Canada closed its facilities this month, the problems are far from being resolved. Lack of funding and lack of regulation mean there is good reason to fear those problems will be repeated elsewhere.
    “People needing drug and alcohol rehabilitation and their families are rarely in a position to do detailed research on treatment providers,” said Larry Brown, President of the National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE). “Quality public services are needed so people have places to turn to that they trust to provide the necessary level of care and that are accountable for the treatment they are providing."
    Company owner charged with defrauding clients and drug trafficking

    In May, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) charged company owner and CEO John Haines with 5 offences:
    • Defrauding people who came to Addictions Canada for treatment of $6.1 million
    • Making over $11,000 in false claims to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long- Term Care Drug Benefit Plan
    • Drug trafficking
    • Possession of property obtained by crime
    • Money laundering
    Two company employees are also facing charges after an OPP investigation into allegations that Addiction Canada used fake doctors at two clinics.
    All of these charges raise serious questions about the care Addiction Canada clients received.
    Workers in Ontario and Alberta owed almost $600,000 in wages

    The labour ministries in Ontario and Alberta have received a total of 155 complaints from workers owed money by Addiction Canada, or its predecessor company, Vita Novus. Workers in Ontario are owed $516,821, while workers in Alberta are owed $75,873.
    A number of claims for unpaid wages are still under investigation so the amount workers are owed is likely to increase.
    Treatment fees beyond reach of many Canadians

    Addiction Canada charged people $20,000/month. That’s beyond the reach of most Canadians. Even many of those who can pay that much for treatment are only able to do so by going deeply in debt.
    Private, for-profit facilities unregulated

    One reason for the issues with Addiction Canada is that private, for-profit addiction treatment facilities are unregulated. As one media report pointed out, unless they are receiving provincial funding, in Ontario all they need is a business license.
    Addictions and mental health need to be part of mainstream health care system

    A recent NUPGE policy paper, No Health Without Mental Health: The Way Forward, pointed out that mental health services, including addiction treatment, are “outside of mainstream health care.” Both the lack of regulation and underfunding for addictions and mental health are linked to that fact.
    “When 1 in 5 Canadians will experience a mental health or addiction problem, a piecemeal approach is inadequate,” said Brown. “The serious charges arising from the investigations into Addiction Canada are yet another reminder of why federal government implementation of the Mental Health Strategy is long overdue.”
    Protecting vulnerable Canadians requires adequately funded public services

    "Like other health care services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation needs to be publicly funded and publicly provided," said Brown. "The problems with Addiction Canada show there are too many ways private delivery of drug and alcohol rehabilitation can harm the people who need it, their families and the people delivering the services."
    NUPGE

    The National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) is one of Canada's largest labour organizations with over 370,000 members. Our mission is to improve the lives of working families and to build a stronger Canada by ensuring our common wealth is used for the common good. NUPGE
  24. "He will soon kill someone if he is not stopped"

    I am sorry to Say That You Are, Too Late.

    Several people have DIED under the Care of John Haines, Addiction Canada, Canadian Addiction Recovery Network, the Fake Doctors. You will be HEARING MORE ABOUT THIS AT JOHN HAINES TRAIL!

    Right, John? YOU COVERED UP A DEATH(s) last year at your UNLICENSED ADDICTION CENTRE. Yes, John, Many of US KNOW ABOUT WHAT YOU DID!

    YOU NEED TO STAY AWAY FROM JOHN HAINES, CANADIAN ADDICTION RECOVERY NETWORK - YES, ONCE AGAIN, PEOPLE HAVE DIED THERE UNDER SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES, RIGHT, Mr. John Haines???
    (More Information will be Coming Out at the Trail)

    You are a Disgusting "Little Man" and You Are Going to JAIL Haines!
  25. There are Two Business currently being ADVERTISED by John Haines
    at the OLD Pickerel Lake Recovery (Armourtownship/Burk Falls, Ontario) where he has had a CEASE AND DESIST ORDER TO STOP ALL OPERATIONS FOR THE LAST 4 YEARS.

    Spirit of the North Welness Resort/Retreat
    http://spiritofthenorthresort.ca/contact-us/
    2157 Pickerel & Jack Lake Rd, Burk’s Falls, ON P0A 1C0 1.844.926.6784

    Canadian Addiction Recovery Network
    http://canadianaddictionrecoverynetwork.ca/locations/
    2159 Pickerel & Jack Lake Road, Burk’s Falls, ON P0A 1C0 1 (844) 349-2016
    http://www.northbaynipissing.com/ne...diction-centre-coming-to-burk-s-falls-resort/
    "The recovery centre at Pickerel Lake, which has been called the Vita Novus Drug and Rehab Centre, and Addiction Canada, has been in a long-standing dispute with Armour Township over the last several years. Multiple hearings have been scheduled with Ontario Municipal Board only to be cancelled while the two sides argued over whether or not the Township’s official plan should be amended to allow the recovery centre to operate. An OMB hearing schedule for the end of this month has also been cancelled."
    http://www.northbaynipissing.com/ne...e-lodge-employees-still-seeking-unpaid-wages/
    "There has been a lot of activity at the Pickerel Lake Lodge site over the past few weeks as construction crews are renovating the main lodge. The Spirit of the North Wellness Retreat is “coming soon,” according to signs near the entrance."
    "With Addiction Canada closing down, Haines says that he is done owning and operating treatment facilities. While he still owns the property for the Spirit of the North Wellness Retreat, he dismissed any claims that he is involved with the Canadian Addiction Recovery Network, a seemingly new business touting a 'Muskoka' location with a picture of the Pickerel Lake lodge site he owns."
  26. http://www.thespec.com/news-story/6...red-by-tip-from-toronto-psychiatric-hospital/

    Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH
  27. albertarehab.ca / John Haines is Currently being INVESTIGATED by the Alberta (Police) RCMP. More Charges are Expected! Police are asking anyone with any information to Contact Them!
  28. RightOn Member

    What is taking so long to bring this man down?
    There is a mountain of evidence
  29. The Justice System. But, it's Okay, We WILL Wait!

    ALBERTAREHAB.CA / ADDICTION CANADA / CANADIAN ADDICTION RECOVERY NETWORK / SPIRIT OF THE NORTH WELLNESS CENTRE RETREAT / JOHN HAINES REHABS / VITA NOVUS / MUSKOKA RECOVERY / PICKEREL LAKE RECOVERY / END ADDICTIONS / YES..., THERE ARE MORE!!!
    6.1 MILLION DOLLAR FRAUD JOHN HAINES DRUG TRAFFICKING COURT DATES
    Oct/31/16 - Room 101 - 1:00pm Haines/Tucker - Pre Trial Hearing
    Generally Not Open to the Public
    JOHN HAINES ( Rehab Conman ) Court File No# 16486-01
    RICHARD TUCKER ( Fake Doctor #1) Court File No# 16486-02

    Dec/8/2016 - Room 101 - 9:30am
    MUNISH MALIK – (FAKE DOCTOR #2) Court File No# 16782-02

    Due in Orangeville Criminal Court Again - JUDICIAL PRETRIAL CONTINUES.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION...,
    Reporters/Media/Those AFFECTED by John Haines, Connie Thompson, Addiction Canada, AlbertaRehab.CA, Pickerel Lake Recovery, Canadian Addiction Recovery Network, Spirit of the North Wellness Resort, The Fake Doctors - CALL...,

    CROWN ATTORNEY OFFICE NUMBER – 519.941.4471


    COURT HOUSE TELEPHONE NUMBER - 519.941.5802
  30. By Kathy Le - CTV News Calgary

    Part 1
    http://calgary.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=980210&binId=1.1201914&playlistPageNum=1

    Part 2
    http://calgary.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=980995&binId=1.1201914&playlistPageNum=1

    Part 3
    http://calgary.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=982169&binId=1.1201914&playlistPageNum=1


    Please Contact kathy Le if you have Information you want to Share.
    Kathy Le | Reporter/Host
    CTV Calgary | m 4034619352 | kathy.le@bellmedia.ca
    80 Patina Rise SW - Calgary, AB T3H 2W4


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  31. 6.1 MILLION DOLLAR FRAUD JOHN HAINES DRUG TRAFFICKING COURT DATES


    JOHN HAINES ( Rehab Conman ) Court File No# 16486-0
    RICHARD TUCKER ( Fake Doctor #1) Court File No# 16486-02

    Dec/01/16 - Room 101 - 2:15pm HAINES/TUCKER
    Pre Trial Hearing - Generally Not Open to the Public
    Dec/8/2016 - Room 101 - 9:30am - Pre Trial Hearing
    MUNISH MALIK – (FAKE DOCTOR #2) Court File No# 16782-02
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