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BC Métis Federation Continues to Call for MNBC Transparency

Dear MNBC Board Members;

I write today in our continued efforts to call on your conscience as MNBC board members to address numerous questions sent to better understand the true realities of the MNBC financial crisis and other issues we have identified in writing to each of you.

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MNBC Borrows Additional $1.6 Million

Dear MNBC Board Members; Once again you as a board appear to have outdone yourselves with your latest maneuver to borrow an additional $1.6 million from the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) resulting in the second mortgage against the property owned at 30691 Simpson Road (referred to as the Métis School) finalized at the end of December 2011. We assume this mortgage was the result of an improper resolution brought before MNBC delegates at the 2011 MNBC Annual General Meeting held September 24th and 25th.

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BCMF Seeks Clarification on MNBC Press Release and Alleged Stimulus Funding

The following letter was sent by the BC Métis Federation to the MNBC Board of Directors earlier today… Dear MNBC Board Members; I write to each one of you today and I sincerely hope you read this factual information and consider the proposal I present to enable progress going forward. On December 12th, 2011 (last […]

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BC Métis Federation Letter to MNBC – Outstanding Youth Funding and Other Matters

Dear MNBC Board Members;

I am writing today as follow up to the correspondence I sent via email to each one of you dated December 21st, 2011. As expected there has been no response and I assume none will be forthcoming from any of you in the near future despite a number of the questions and points I had raised.

Regardless I want to reinforce to each one of you that one of the most significant reasons for the MNBC demise has been the inability by this MNBC board, meaning each one of you, to communicate in a transparent manner over the past three years. As MNBC leaders you have been paid, regardless of any new claim of reductions to your salaries, using public provided by different levels of governments and you have a fiduciary obligation to be accountable to your constituents when questioned. Unfortunately this simply has not been the case and it appears that trend will carry forward into 2012.

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