694K from Kashechewan First Nation Kashechewan First Nation Chief Leo Friday and Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler have released the jimmy choo shoes black heels following statements after the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have laid charges against Giuseppe Crupi, of Thunder Bay, for misappropriation of federal funding for a breakfast program for children in the remote community.
"We are aware of the charges against Joe Crupi, but we will not comment on the specifics of an ongoing criminal investigation. Chief and Council of Kashechewan First Nation remain vigilant jimmy choo suede heels in protecting our community and our members from any conduct that harms its interests. In a news release the RCMP allege that between 2007 2012 Giuseppe (Joe) Crupi fraudulently obtained for Kashechewan First Nation over $1.2 million from the National Child Benefit Reinvestment (NCBR) Program. The RCMP also alleges that Crupi misappropriated from Kashechewan approximately $694,000 for his personal use in 2008, 2009 and 2012. "Our First Nation is being punished twice: once by theft and the other by the Government of Canada withholding funds for lack of reporting on missing funds. Co managers are forced on First Nations to assist with fiscal accountability and reporting. We pay for these professionals, and when they don't do their job or worse we are the ones punished. We are encouraged by the willingness of the federal government to work with us, but we are being held hostage without much needed services as funds are withheld due jimmy choo buy online to the actions of others," said Chief Friday.
NAN will work with Chief and jimmy choo platform Council to ensure that any and all misappropriated funding is returned to the community as quickly as possible. "We are appalled that someone who was entrusted to support the daily management of Kashechewan First Nation is facing criminal charges for the misappropriation of funds meant to provide breakfast for children in this impoverished community. It is an unconscionable act under any circumstance, and especially for a community like Kashechewan where resources for children are so desperately needed," said Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler.
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