Also to be clear this is my PRAdziadek we're talking about, he had my grandfather in 1935, then my mother was born in 1960.....I want to get citizenship for my mother...
Ouch - this is actually going to be much more complicated for you. Is your grandfather still alive, and when did he obtain Canadian citizenship?
Article 11, paragraph 5 from the Citizenship Act 1951 would disqualify your grandfather if he obtained Canadian citizenship before 1962.
It seems like either way he might have lost citizenship?
It would be remarkably surprising if he didn't lose it - but the real problem is your grandfather. If he obtained Canadian citizenship before 1962 and is now no longer alive - then I'm afraid you're out of luck.
Polish traditions have been passed on in your family through generations, your Polish is good enough, that's half the battle right there
Poland doesn't care about "traditions", Poland cares about law.
As for your usual accusation of "polonophobia", lay off the PiS newspapers, eh?