Thursday, January 10, 2008

The Life and Times of Tyler Shandro

Here is the making of a young Tory moving up in the world. The fellow is in charge of Ed Stemach's internet personality.


Administrative Contact:
Stelmach, Ed
c/o 340, 999 - 8th St. SW
Calgary, AB T2R 1J5


Registrant Contact Information:
Name: Ed Stelmach
Organization: PCAA
Address 1: c/o 340, 999 - 8th St. SW
City: Calgary
State: AB
Zip: T2R1J5
Country: CA
Phone: +1.4032445828

And he is suing daveberta for using

Tyler S. Shandro

Tyler practices primarily in the area of Family Law and assists clients in both the Calgary and Okotoks offices. In addition to his experience in Family Law, Tyler has been appointed by the Solicitor General to sit on the Criminal Injuries Review Board.

Tyler grew up in Calgary and is very active in the community. He is a member of the Canadian Ski Patrol System, a ski instructor, scuba diver and Divemaster. He is also a member of the Flames Ambassadors and a volunteer for the Calgary Exhibition and Stampede as a member of the Promotion Committee.

Tyler graduated from the University of Calgary and has been admitted to both the Alberta and BC bars.

Hey wait a minute he is practicing Family Law not Litigation law.

He is using his position with his firm to do private practice on behalf of the PC Association of which he is an Executive member as
Regional Director Calgary West/Centre.

As I said before this is a conflict of interest.

He is also on the Board of Directors of the Federal Conservative, Calgary Centre Association.

Last fall he was campaign manager for Calgary Ward 8 alderman John Mar a former cop and Tory.

And like many Tories he shares in the largese of the one party state.



Tyler Shandro holds a B.A. and LL.B. from the University of Calgary and articled with McLeod &Co. LLP of Calgary. He was called to the Alberta Bar on June 30, 2005. Mr. Shandro has volunteered with several community organizations including the Canadian Ski Patrol and the Calgary Flames Ambassadors Group. His post-secondary involvement was extensive and included holding the chair of the articling committee, chair of the career day committee, and editor of the Alberta Law Review, Petroleum Edition.

The Mental Health Act of Alberta

A Guide for Consumers and Caregivers

The Canadian Mental Health Association wishes to acknowledgement and thanks all those who have worked on the development of this edition of the brochure.
Special thanks to: Tyler Shandro of the Pro Bono Students’ Association at the Calgary Faculty of Law

In 2004 he was the production manager for the independent film My Most Difficult Case. Which is rather prophetic.

And if I were him I would be as worried about this page
as I would be

Getting into political hot water over blogs may come from his appreciation for diving.

U/AB: Bill, please tell our Alberta Divers a bit
about yourself & why you decided to publish a
new dive guide: “Diving in Southern Alberta “
Bill Hall : Its something I always wanted to do
but didn't find the time until my sons were old
enough & expressed an interest as well. The
three of us learned to dive together. I have
been diving for about 15 years. I am now a
certified and active PADI Master Instructor &
have been teaching for about seven years. I
also hold a number of technical certifications
with IANTD. The idea to write this book
was suggested to me by
one of my Divemaster
Tyler Shandro,

who was writing a
guide book about hiking in the Rockies &
thought somebody should do something similar
for dive sites. The idea appealed to me
because I saw the potential to promote local
diving, to be a useful teaching aid & mostly
because I knew that it would be fun to do. I had
written a number of technical journals in the
past so I was comfortable with the work involved.
And of course photographing the dive
sites wasn't work at all.

Gee I wonder if Tyler abandoned that book on the Rockies in favour of political opportunism and carreerism. After all hiking up the party hierarchy is not much different than hiking the Rockies.

Skeletons In the Closet

While at the U of C Tyler was the President of the U of C Atheist Club and a 'left wing' columnist for the Gauntlet as well as one of their photographers. His column denouncing Christmas raised quite a few hackles.

The University of Calgary is holding "The Truth is out there," a spiritual perspectives week, from Jan. 24-29, 2000.

Not every student on campus is interested in spirituality.

"Why a whole week?" said Atheist Students' Club President Tyler Shandro. "At the end of the week, does everyone just go dead inside?"

Oh dear might not want to let your social conservative pals in the PC's know about this little youthful peccadillo.


Craig Chandler Bids For Ed's Domain

Hey Ed Your Domain Is Available

My Name Is Ed

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