So many opportunities, but no resolution in sight ...

On numerous occasions, MacEwan could have realized they were engaged in Psychological Abuse, and stopped. 

2010

Higgins and Hilts (and Paterson-Weir(?)) could have realized that they were unfairly targeting me, and stopped. Fail!

The MacEwan Faculty Association could have effectively represented me. Fail!

2011

If not already involvedPaterson-Weir could have considered my concerns, investigated, and ordered a stop. Fail!

If already involvedPaterson-Weir could have recognized my concerns as legitimate, realized that they were unfairly targeting me, and ordered a stop. Fail!

Susan May and the Investigative Committee could have done due diligence. Fail!

The MacEwan Faculty Association could have effectively represented me. Fail!

2012

Paterson-Weir, now having received numerous expressions of concern from me, could have investigated and ordered a stop. Fail!

Paterson-Weir, Higgins, and Human Resources, having received a legal decision and recommendations from their own attorney against continuing, could have stopped. Fail!

The MacEwan Faculty Association could have effectively represented me. Fail!

Incoming President Atkinson, completely innocent at this point, could have investigated and ordered a stop. Fail!

2013

Provided with new information, President Atkinson could have investigated and moved to address the wrong-doing by MacEwan Administration. Fail!

2014

Provided with more new information, President Atkinson could have investigated and moved to address the wrong-doing by MacEwan Administration. Fail!

Provided with the same new information, The MacEwan Faculty Association could have advocated on my behalf to address the wrong-doing by MacEwan Administration. Fail!

The MacEwan Board of Governors was informed. They did nothing. Fail!

2016

With the limited initial release of www.PrairieU.ca, the mostly new MacEwan Administration could have investigated and moved to address the wrong-doing by previous and other MacEwan Administrators. Fail!

The MacEwan Board of Governors was informed. As yet, they have done nothing. Fail?

To date: MacEwan Administration has repeatedly failed to respond in an ethically and morally responsible manner. And the magnitude of the Psychological Abuse grows.

The result: every day results in more of the public and academia nationally and internationally learning about the Psychological Abuse occurring at MacEwan University.

Future ...

MacEwan may litigate to try and get PrairieU.ca taken down. They will lose. And their attempt will increase the publicity the Psychological Abuse occurring at MacEwan University.

The easy road is for MacEwan Administration to pretend nothing is wrong. This road allows Psychological Abuse to continue at MacEwan: omnipotent administrators, faculty afraid to speak out, and MacEwan cementing a reputation that it will never shake.

Who in MacEwan Administration has the backbone to do what is ethically and morally right?