From Worker’s Compensation Board! To Workplace Safety and Insurance Board!! Canadian Calamities!!!
“Almost Everybody in the Worker’s Compensation Board of Ontario has been mentally and physically tortured or sexually abused” – Nadir Siguencia
Worker’s Compensation Board of Canada the Worst Scars are in the Mind: Mental Torture? In the early days of January of the year 1984; finally I received a letter from the Compensation Board de Ontario letting me know that I would be admitted to the "Downsview Rehabilitation Center," to receive physical rehabilitation. My physical condition at that time had been deteriorated because of the acute pain my back, left leg, and the lack of flexibility in my body, which was a major concern in my daily life. Since the admission to the center I was submitted to a cruel and inhuman treatment by the doctors, physiotherapists, swimming pool-lifeguards, undercover cops, and security guards of the mentioned center. From the time of my admission I was aware that the staff working in the admitting department of the center has been using brutal psychological methods of interrogation which was causing disruptions in our senses and personality. As well the same procedures of mental torture were using in the center with injured workers, physicians, orthopedics, physiotherapists, social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists. Also is necessary to bring to light the use of medieval forms of physical torture which was practiced by the technicians from the X Rays, orthopedic doctors, and physiotherapists. The physical contact by the workers from the center in the halls, in the cafeteria, was aimed to cause physical pain in injured workers. Also I witnessed the sexual abuse committed by the staff of the Downsview Rehabilitation Center against injured workers; atrocious crimes that took place in the change rooms of the center. The “Donsview Rehabilitation Centre” was a place of rehabilitation for injured workers? Or a center of intimidation, mental and physical torture, sexual abuse, prostitution, alcohol, drugs, gambling… and more in the provincial institution and private files?