reply to post by kimish
What are you talking about?
I did. I'm telling you I've been contacting a myriad of non-profits over the past
two weeks, and checked the sedar website
and everybody has refused
to release their financial statements and their inter-segment term income, liabilities and expenses.
All federal agencies are not complying and will not issue hard-cover documents. They
are not complying with 'SOGA' (Sales of Goods Act) which states that any product offered to any "customer"
which would be the tax denizen receiving the social service, is entitled to
transparency regarding the purchase of the product.
Now, not only are we receiving these social "services" but we are also
holding a large amount of shares in syndicated mortgages, and any other products
deemed necessary via increased budgets to general administration or other
inter-segment exposure assets they want to claim.
We all hold a very large share. We are entitled to not only the financial reports,
but a number of individuals are committing treason.
These are some of the non-profits:
Blue Cross Alberta
MS Society of Edmonton
Prince Edward Island Real Estate Association
Vancouver Real Estate Association
Ontario Securities Commision
Primary Care Network
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta
Autism Society of Edmonton
These are not classified as 'publicly traded companies' and they are not
classified as 'investment funds' either.
So what would you classify them as? Government Agencies? Corporations? They have
an annual return structure. These are societal organizations that are run by
a political party who believe that in order to increase economic growth, our goal
is to increase defense spending, social spending, educational spending, health care
spending, and awareness campaigns.
Instead Alberta should nullify any National Instruments. Canada should repeal them.
And all social programs that fund any internal government programs should be
cut immediately, and the documents pertaining to any provincial or federal
social programs should be publicly available through Revenue Canada or Stats Canada.
edit on 16-1-2013 by streetfightingman because: (no reason
edit on 16-1-2013 by streetfightingman because: (no reason given)