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People of Integrity
« on: January 15, 2019, 12:39:47 PM »
"Additionally, Mr. Speaker,
the society that is running this program are people of integrity
in the city of Calgary, and I'm sure they would not want their
personal integrity put at risk by running a program that would
not be in keeping with the well-being of Albertans."

March 20, 1990 Alberta Hansard 153
Legislative Assembly of Alberta

"Dear CBC,
I am a former director of AARC. I agreed to be a director in August 1996.  ...Which Scott am I to believe, the one who spoke on the February 1997 night and was grateful for AARC's help or the one who was interviewed by the Fifth Estate and complained about AARC. Are his comments to Fifth Estate credible? I think not. Maybe a little honesty and lots of AA meetings would help.
I earnestly believe that AARC has helped a lot of people and I fully support AARC and Dean Vause.
J. Gordon Ironside"

"The Discipline Tribunal found Mr. Ironside guilty of unprofessional conduct in having:
6) deceived the external auditors by failing to advise the auditors about the options on three
leases and deliberately concealing relevant documents with respect to these leases"

"[90] This excerpt demonstrated to us Ironside's persistent and continuing attempts to
deny or avoid responsibility for his actions by either manipulating the facts or shifting
blame to others.
[92] He will not acknowledge that it was because he lied to and concealed information from Blue
Range's auditor that the appropriate accounting treatment was not applied to the Leases,
with the result that Blue Range's 1998 Audited Annual Financial Statements and 1999
Second Interim Financial Statements contained misrepresentations and were not prepared
in accordance with GAAP.
[94] Once again Ironside attempted to distort the facts to support his position.
[95] It also appeared to us that he attempted to marginalize our finding and excuse his
deception by suggesting that he would have conducted his defence differently had Staff
specifically alleged in the Notice of Hearing that he had lied to Blue Range's auditor.
[105] ...This is not the
behaviour of one who can be trusted to act in the public interest.
"AARC will go on serving youth and families as long as it will be needed, if it keeps open to God for inspiration" Dr. F. Dean Vause Executive Director

MR. NELSON: Mr. Speaker, AADAC has been involved with
assistance in developing the program of the Alberta Adolescent
Recovery Centre since its inception originally as Kids of the
Canadian West."
Alberta Hansard, March 24, 1992