Six Nations Elected Council wants more information on state of community’s finances

As Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) enters budget season new councillors wanted more information on the current state of Six Nation’s finances. Carlos Alvarez, Audit partner and Matthew Ciardelli, audit senior manager gave the new council a crash course in how to interpret an audit and then explained Six Nations 2023 audit to new council members at the General Finance meeting on February 5. Councillor Cynthia Jamieson asked several times how much unallocated funding SNEC has in reserves or surpluses to use in the 2024-2025 budget. “We are not equipped to go through any budgeting process without knowing how much discretionary funding, how much cash and of that, what can we spend? I see looking through it, surpluses, reserved, monies committed… Can you summarise that whole thing? We need to…

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