CEF/DIL: A Prayer

From the CEF Depositors Forum: "Heavenly Father, when one part of the body suffers, the whole body suffers with it.  Father, we pray for & with our LWML sisters in the Alberta - British Columbia District, many of whose retirement life savings & LWML Society deposits have been devastated & lost by the collapse of... Continue Reading →

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CEF/DIL and the ASC: Save the Date

When the whole CEF / DIL fiasco became public back in Jan 2015, it was only a matter of time before the various government regulators weighed in on the matter. The first to publicly show their hand was the ASC - they investigated, documented what they found, determined their case, published their list of allegations,... Continue Reading →

CEF/DIL: The 2018 ABC District Convention Workbook

Reading through the 2018 ABC District convention workbook, I see that 3.5 years, millions of dollars of professional services fees, multiple court proceedings, and an ASC action which conclusively point to a different conclusion, the ABC District is still peddling the "funding shortfall" story. From the President's Report: Faced with a funding shortfall, the Alberta-British Columbia... Continue Reading →

CEF/DIL: Reviewing the District’s Letter with a Critical Eye / Part 2

This article is reviewing a letter by District President Schaeffer to the members of the ABC District. Part 1 covered the introduction and the three major points of the letter, this article will address the closing paragraphs, and the concluding article will have some closing thoughts. In a complex financial situation as that faced by... Continue Reading →

CEF/DIL: Reviewing the District’s Letter with a Critical Eye / Part 1

When legal proceedings take place there's a number of players involved in the room - the judge or panel, counsel for the respondents (the people charged with an offence), the prosecution, and the ever-present court reporter that transcribes everything that happens into a permanent record. For the ASC hearing  that took place on Aug 13,... Continue Reading →

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