Last Updated - August 15, 2014

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Saskatchewan Chapter  #76

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Fraud Worldwide

High school Scholarships Announced

- Fraud Education Initiative -

The Saskatchewan chapter of the ACFE is  proud to announce that we will be running our “Sid Bloxom” Scholarship program for the 11th consecutive year.   Once again we plan to award two $500 scholarships to Saskatchewan high school students who submit winning papers to our evaluation committee. 

This year’s topic should be very interesting for the students as it involves the possible use of bit coin and other virtual currency in fraud.  For more details please download the attached PDF document.  Good luck!

Moral Turpitude

When CFEs certify their 2014 continuing Education they have to state they have not committed any acts of “Moral Turpitude.”  Say what???? Moral Turpitude - what is that? 

According to Wikipedia:

Moral turpitude is a legal concept in the United States and some other countries that refers to "conduct that is considered contrary to community standards of justice, honesty or good morals." This term appears in U.S. immigration law beginning in the 19th century”

So now you know.

Thanks Leanne!

There are some people that do their work so well that you almost forget how much they have been doing.   Leanne Ashsown is one of those people - one of the founding members of our local Chapter, Treasurer and director for multiple years. We took her out to lunch last month and gave her only the second plaque of recognition ever awarded by our Chapter. 

Thanks for your help in running our chapter and we hope we will see you at our events in the future! 

Our Chapter

If you are interested in joining our local Chapter as a Student,  Associate or Certified member feel free to contact our directors listed on this web page.  Looking forward to hearing from you!