Newsgroups: qc.general,soc.culture.quebec,mtl.general,can.general,soc.culture.canada Subject: WHY GROSVENOR NOT REQUIRED TO CONFORM TO ETHICS CODE?? Summary: Expires: References: <322B84ED.2A83@concentric.net>
<email@example.com> Sender: Followup-To: Distribution: Organization: The Nizkor Project Keywords: Cc: Grosvenor,CGA X-Liar: http://www.nizkor.org/hweb/people/g/grosvenor-william/gruber-10q.html As Mr. Grosvenor is a CGA, he is no doubt familiar with the CGA's "Ethics Readings Handbook," Michael McDonald, PhD, Editor. Dr. McDonald is the Maurice Young Professor of Applied Ethics at the University of British Columbia. In Section D, which deals with Accounting Ethics, we find the following comments with regard to the CGA's Code of Ethics: "First, the Code provides a set of standards which members can regard as a minimum level of acceptable conduct. It makes clear to a member the kind of behavior professional colleagues deem essential... "Second, it provides to the public an assurance that the profession is imposing on itself high standards by which it is willing to be judged. It provides to clients, employers, and the public generally a measuring rod against which to assess the accountant's performance. "Third, the Code forms the basis of a disciplinary procedure through which allegations of professional misconduct are addressed." "The standards are described as setting 'a minimum level of acceptable conduct' for the CGA." Let's keep that phrase, "minimum level of conduct," in mind, shall we, Mr. Grosvenor? One of your duties, Mr. Grosvenor, as a CGA, is to conduct yourself "in a manner which will enhance the image of the profession." (401) One of your obligations, Mr. Grosvenor, is that you "shall not discriminate against a person because of the race, colour, sex, age, religion, national extraction, or social origin of such person." (409) Another obligation, Mr. Grosvenor, is that you "shall not participate in any action which is detrimental to the association." (507) Your public pronouncements relating to the CGA's student program clearly violate section 507, in my opinion. Section 607, in fact, charges members - that's you, Mr. Grosvenor - to "encourage and assist students in their professional development..." and your publications most certainly violate that requirement. It is my opinion, based upon your public pronouncements here and elsewhere on the UseNet, that you are in violation of several sections of your profession's Code of Ethics, which includes the following provisions: "A member shall be subject to disciplinary action for any offence which constitutes a breach of professional conduct. (1001) "A member who has been convicted of any criminal or similar offense which may cast doubt as to that member's honesty, integrity, or professional competency, may be charged with professional misconduct by the member's Provincial Ethics Committee. In such cases, a certificate of conviction by any competent court shall be sufficient evidence of the conviction and the perpetration of the offence." (1003) An article has been published here, purporting to be from ALBERTA REPORT which state that you have been convicted of criminal offenses - to wit, assault and extortion. Are those articles correct, Mr. Grosvenor? Is your provincial CGA Ethics Committee aware of this alleged criminal record? Given the information available to the public about your past record and behavior, Mr. Grosvenor, I find it amazing that you have the gall to continue your diatribes against the Jewish community. It is clear that the Ghermezians managed to shut you up. Perhaps the Jewish community will follow similar legal avenues and do the same one day. You are a disgrace to Canada. [Archival note: Queries regarding CGA CANADA's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org]
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