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INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORTTo the Directors ofMÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIAReport on the Financial StatementsOpinionWe have audited the accompanying financial statements of Métis Provincial Council of British Columbia(the "Council") which comprise the statement of financial position as at March 31, 2021, and thestatements of operations, changes in net assets and cash flows for the year then ended, and the relatednotes comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory information.In our opinion, the financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position ofMétis Provincial Council of British Columbia as at March 31, 2021 and the results of its operations and itscash flows for the year then ended in accordance with Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profitorganizations.Basis for OpinionWe conducted our audit in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Ourresponsibilities under those standards are further described in the Auditors' Responsibilities for the Auditof the Financial Statements section of our report. We are independent of the Council in accordance withthe ethical requirements that are relevant to our audit of the financial statements in Canada, and wehave fulfilled our other ethical responsibilities in accordance with those requirements. We believe thatthe audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion.Responsibilities of Management and Those Charged with Governance for the FinancialStatementsManagement is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these financial statements inaccordance with Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizations, and for such internalcontrol as management determines is necessary to enable the preparation of financial statements thatare free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error.In preparing the financial statements, management is responsible for assessing the Council’s ability tocontinue as a going concern, disclosing, as applicable, matters relating to going concern and using thegoing concern basis of accounting unless management either intends to liquidate the Council or to ceaseoperations, or has no realistic alternative but to do so.Those charged with governance are responsible for overseeing the Council’s financial reporting process.

INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORTAuditor's Responsibility for the Audit of the Financial StatementsOur objectives are to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements as a whole arefree from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error, and to issue an auditors’ report thatincludes our opinion. Reasonable assurance is a high level of assurance, but is not a guarantee that anaudit conducted in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards will always detect amaterial misstatement when it exists. Misstatements can arise from fraud or error and are consideredmaterial if, individually or in the aggregate, they could reasonably be expected to influence the economicdecisions of users taken on the basis of these financial statements. As part of an audit in accordance withCanadian generally accepted auditing standards, we exercise professional judgement and maintainprofessional skepticism throughout the audit. We also: Identify and assess the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud orerror, design and perform audit procedures responsive to those risks, and obtain audit evidence that issufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our opinion. The risk of not detecting a materialmisstatement resulting from fraud is higher than for one resulting from error, as fraud may involvecollusion, forgery, international omissions, misrepresentations, or the override of internal controls. Obtain an understanding of internal controls relevant to the audit in order to design audit procedures thatare appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectivenessof the organization’s internal controls. Evaluate the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of accountingestimates and related disclosures made by management. Conclude on the appropriateness of management’s use of the going concern basis of accounting and,based on the audit evidence obtained, whether a material uncertainty exists related to events or conditionsthat may cast significant doubt on the Council’s ability to continue as a going concern. If we conclude thata material uncertainty exists, we are required to draw attention in our auditors’ report to the relateddisclosures in the financial statements or, if such disclosures are inadequate, to modify our opinion. Ourconclusions are based on the audit evidence obtained up to the date of our auditors’ report. However,future events or conditions may cause the Council to cease to continue as a going concern. Evaluate the overall presentation, structure and content of the financial statements, including thedisclosures, and whether the financial statements represent the underlying transactions and events in amanner that achieves fair presentation.We communicate those charged with governance regarding, among other matters, the planned scope andtiming of the audit and significant audit findings, including any significant deficiencies in internal controlthat we identified during our audit.

INDEPENDENT AUDITOR'S REPORTReport on Other Legal and Regulatory RequirementsAs required by the British Columbia Societies Act, we report that, in our opinion, the Council's financialstatements have been prepared following Canadian accounting standards for not-for-profit organizationsapplied on a consistent basis with that of the preceding year.Chartered Professional AccountantsAbbotsford, British ColumbiaJuly 20, 2021

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIASTATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITIONAS AT MARCH 31ASSETSCURRENT ASSETSCashAccounts receivable (Note 3)Prepaid expensesDue from Métis Financial CorporationLONG TERM INVESTMENTS (Note 4)ENDOWMENT (Note 11)CAPITAL ASSETS (Note 5)LIABILITIESCURRENT LIABILITIESAccounts payable (Note 6)Deferred revenue (Note 7)Current portion of long-term debt (Note 8)DEFERRED CAPITAL CONTRIBUTIONSLONG-TERM DEBT (Note 8)20212020 52,369,929368,900352,3016,385 521,250,0001,148,417521,250,000- 55,495,984 29,150,007 2,624,03449,447,227511,188 TS (Note 9)NET ASSETS (DEFICIT)ENDOWMENT (Note 70)521,230105,330 55,495,984 29,150,007Approved by the Directors:Lissa Dawn Smith, Acting PresidentPatrick Harriott, Treasurer5


MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIASTATEMENT OF OPERATIONSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 312021RevenueISETP (Schedule 2) ISC - PSE (Schedule 3)SITEM (Schedule 4)ISC - Core Governance (Schedule 5)ISC - Basic OperationalCapacity (Schedule 6)ISC - Recognition of Indigenous Rightsand Discussion Table (Schedule 7)ISC - Community Based ClimateMonitoring Initiative (Schedule 8)ISC - CIRNAC Capacity BuildingProposal (Schedule 9)ISC/PHAC - Health Capacity (Schedule 10)ISC - Metis Women of BC - Consultation,Leadership & Governance (Schedule 11)ISC - Urban Programming forIndigenous Peoples (Schedule 12)ISC - Housing Strategy andImplementation (Schedule 13)ISC - Community Engagement and PolicyDevelopment on Child and FamilyServices (Schedule 14)ISC Tobacco Control Strategy (Schedule 15)ISC - Emergency COVID-19 Funding(Schedule 16)ISC - COVID-19 Mental Wellness Surge andAdaption (Schedule 17)Women and Gender Equality CanadaMetis Women Empowerment (Schedule 18)Women and Gender Equality CanadaMetis Women in Leadership (Schedule 19)ECCC - Canadian WildlifeServices (Schedule ess(Deficiency)Expenses 6,558,9143,357,7241,473,3703,541,9022020 -Revenue 7,738,2343,025,449Excess(Deficiency)Expenses 7,738,2343,025,449 ,086,75613,086,756-

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIASTATEMENT OF OPERATIONSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 312021RevenueBalance forwardECCC - Metis Guardians - ConservingNature (Schedule 21)ESDC - Canada LearningBond (Schedule 22)ESDC - Early Learning andChild Care (Schedule 23)ESDC - Follow MY Lead (Schedule 24)ESDC - New Horizons forSeniors (Schedule 25)ESDC - Summer StudentProgram (Schedule 26)ELCC - COVID Emergency Response(Schedule 27)IACC - Policy and Guidance (Schedule 28)CEAA - Bingay Mine Project (Schedule 29)MHCC - Cannabis Grant ( Schedule 30)Ministry of Attorney General - Justice(Schedule 31)Parks Canada - Metis Exhibit DigitalExpansion Project (Schedule 32)TMEP - Emergency Preparedness &Response (Schedule 33)MIRR - Core Governance (Schedule 34)MIRR - Youth Engagement (Schedule 35)MCFD - Capacity Funding (Schedule 36)MCFD - Permanency Planning forChildren In Care (Schedule 37)MCFD - Metis Early YearsNavigators (Schedule 38)MOE - Core Operations K-12 (Schedule 39)MOH - Capacity Funding (Schedule 40)MoMHA - EngagementSessions (Schedule ,514,65128,514,651-15,898,81315,898,813--

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIASTATEMENT OF OPERATIONSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 312021RevenueBalance forwardMoMHA - Community ActionInitiative (Schedule 42)MMHA - Metis Youth Mental Health andWellness (Schedule 43)PHSA - Unintended Consequences (Unicorn)(Schedule 44)MAEST - MNBC Skills TrainingInitiative (Schedule 45)ASP - Thompson RiverUniversity (Schedule 46)CAI - Alcohol Dialogue Grant (Schedule 47)Civil Forfeiture Grant - Healingand Rebuilding (Schedule 48)Civil Forfeiture Grant - Metis YouthGovernance Forum (Schedule 49)CFO Grant - Cultural Kinections (Schedule 50)CPAC - Métis Cancer Strategic Plans(Schedule 51)Cultural Resource DevelopmentPartnership (Schedule 52)Interior Health - Metis Mental Healthand Wellness (Schedule 53)Interior Health - Metis Mental Healthand Wellness (Schedule 54)Métis Nation’s Aboriginal Health InitiativeCommittee (AHIC) (Schedule 55)Minister of Canadian Heritage - ALI - MichifLanguage Preservation (Schedule 56)Canadian Heritage - Michif Language andRevitalization (Schedule 57)Provincial Health Services Authority Capacity Funding (Schedule 58)RCMP Grant (Schedule 0,115-29,686,68229,686,682-17,253,27217,253,272-

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIASTATEMENT OF OPERATIONSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 312021RevenueBalance forward29,686,682UNBC - Cervix CancerStrategy (Schedule 60)39,216Vancouver Coastal Health Health Through Culture (Schedule 61)9,490IAAC - Indigenous Capacity Support(Schedule 62)15,500TC Energy - NGTL (Nova Gas) Project Review (Schedule 63)188Port of Vancouver - Robert BanksTerminal 2 (Schedule 64)500Joint Ventures and Partnerships(Schedule 65)88,018Parks Canada - Metis Boat Display(Schedule 66)9,200Annual General Meeting (Schedule 67)4,528MNGA (Schedule 68)1,015Administration (Schedule 69)1,663,866Culture Program (Schedule ,855749,082(7,200)778,482

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIASTATEMENT OF OPERATIONSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 312021RevenueBalance forwardISC - The Metis Nation Table onClimate ChangeMIRR - UAYCMIRR - ORAAPMAEST - Aboriginal Community BasedTrainingCWRGP Skills Training InitiativeLaw Society of BCIAAC - Robert Banks Terminal 2IAAC - TMXIAAC - Woodfibre LNG ProjectIAAC Cedar LNG ProjectMinister of Natural Resources - IndigenousEconomic Participation InitiativeKinder Morgan Canada - Trans MountainPipelineParks Canada - Exhibit ContentProject Based 31,800778,624-

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIASTATEMENT OF OPERATIONSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 312021RevenueBalance forward31,523,56731,046,065Internally allocated administration (Note 10)(1,574,585)(1,574,585)EXCESS OF REVENUE OVEREXPENSES FROM OPERATIONSBEFORE OTHER ITEMS29,948,98229,471,480OTHER ITEMSAmortization of deferred capital contributionsInterest expense from loan refinancing (Note 8)EXCESS OF REVENUE OVEREXPENSES FROMPROGRAMS AND OTHER ITEMSEXCESS OF REVENUE OVEREXPENSES FOR THE YEAR (Schedule 4029,583,140 29,999,040 ,876)415,90018,695,34318,033,595661,748415,900 18,695,343 18,033,595477,50250,058(111,660) Revenue19,710,424-111,6602020778,624-778,624 661,748

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIASTATEMENT OF CASH FLOWSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 3120212020CASH PROVIDED BY (USED FOR):OPERATING ACTIVITIESExcess of revenue over expenses for the yearItems not involving cash:Amortization of capital assetsInterest expense from loan financingBad debts (recovery)Amortization of deferred capital contributionsChanges in non-cash working capital balances:Accounts receivablePrepaid expensesAccounts payableDeferred revenueFINANCING ACTIVITIESRepayment of loan payableDue from metis Financial CorporationDeferred capital contributions received 415,900 3,137(274,389)INVESTING ACTIVITIESPurchase of capital assets(1,198,475)CHANGE IN CASH AND EQUIVALENTSDURING THE YEAR25,619,93623,654,196CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTSAT BEGINNING OF YEAR27,999,9924,345,796CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT END OF YEAR 53,619,929 27,999,992CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTSREPRESENTED BY:CashEndowment 52,369,9291,250,000 26,749,9921,250,000 53,619,929 27,999,992-

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIANOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2021PURPOSE OF THE COUNCILThe Métis Provincial Council of British Columbia ("the Council") was incorporated on October 23, 1996under the British Columbia Society Act. The Council was established to represent and serve the needs ofthe Métis people and to deliver employment and training services to the Métis people of British Columbia.The Council is exempt from corporate income taxes pursuant to paragraph 149(1) of the Income Tax Act(Canada).As of April 1, 2019 the Council operated under the Indigenous Skills and Employment Training Program(ISETP). Prior to this, the Council operated under the Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy(ASETS).These financial statements present the schedules of operations for each program in addition to thecombined statement of operations.1. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIESThese financial statements have been prepared in accordance with Canadian accounting standards fornot-for-profit organizations (“ASNPO”) under Part III of the CPA Canada Handbook - accounting, which arealso in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). In management'sopinion, these financial statements have been prepared within reasonable limits of materiality using thesignificant accounting policies noted below:a) Revenue recognitionThe Council follows the deferral method of accounting for contributions. Restricted contributions arerecognized as revenue in the year in which the related expenses are incurred. Contributions restricted forthe purchase of capital assets are amortized to revenue at the same rate as the related assets.Unrestricted contributions are recognized as revenue when received or receivable if the amount can bereasonably estimated and collection is reasonably assured.b) Cash and cash equivalentsCash is defined as cash on hand, cash on deposit, short-term deposits with maturity dates of less than 90days at the date of purchase and bank overdrafts with balances that fluctuate frequently from beingpositive to overdrawn.c) AmortizationCapital assets are stated at cost less accumulated amortization which is recorded over the useful lives ofthe assets on a straight line basis over the following periods:Furniture and equipmentComputer hardwareComputer softwareLeasehold improvements10 years5 years3 years5 yearsThe Council monitors the recoverability of capital assets based on their long-term service potential. Whena capital asset no longer has any long-term service potential to the Council, the excess of its net carryingamount over any residual value is recognized as an expense in the statement of operations. Write-downsrecognized under this policy are not reversed.

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIANOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 20211. SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (Continued)d) Joint venture policyInvestments in companies subject to joint control are accounted for using the equity method. The Council'spro-rata share of the net income have been recorded as an increase to the cost basis of the Joint Venture.e) Investment in controlled enterprisesThe Council holds a number of investments which are not consolidated; they are reported using the costmethod of accounting for investments and by providing disclosure recommended under Part III of the CPACanada Handbook - Accounting Standards for Not-for-Profit Organizations.f) Financial instrumentsi) MeasurementThe Council's financial instruments consist of cash, accounts receivable, due from Metis FinancialCorporation, bank indebtedness, accounts payable and long-term debt.The Council initially measures its financial instruments at fair value except for certain non-arm's lengthtransactions. The Council subsequently measures all of its financial instruments at amortized cost.Changes to financial instruments measured at fair value are recognized in the Council's statement ofoperations in the period incurred.ii) ImpairmentFinancial assets measured at amortized cost are tested for impairment when there are indicators ofimpairment. The amount of any write-down that is determined is recognized in the statement ofoperations. A previously recognized impairment loss may be reversed to the extent of anyimprovement, provided it is no greater than the amount that would have been reported at the date ofthe reversal had the impairment not been recognized previously. The amount of the reversal isrecognized in the statement of operations in the period in which it is determined.g) Use of estimatesThe preparation of the financial statements in conformity with Canadian accounting standards for not-forprofit organizations (ASNPO) requires management to make estimates and assumptions about futureevents that affect the reported amounts of assets, liabilities, revenues and expenses as at the end of orduring the reporting period. Management believes that the estimates used are reasonable and prudent,however, actual results could differ from those estimates. Significant areas requiring the use ofmanagement estimates relate to the determination valuation of accounts receivable, determination of theuseful lives of assets for amortization, amounts recorded as accrued liabilities and companiesmeasurement of deferred revenue.2. FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS RISKSThe Council’s financial instruments are described in Note 1(f). In management’s opinion, the Council is notexposed to significant currency, credit, liquidity, market risks or other price risks, except as disclosed inNote 8 (interest rate risk). In addition, the Council is not exposed to any material concentrations of risk andthere has been no significant change in the risk exposures from the prior year.

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIANOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 20213. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE2021Accounts receivableGST receivable2020 232,274136,626 803,030105,172 368,900 908,2024. LONG-TERM INVESTMENTSThe Council holds interests in a general partner corporation, a limited partnership and a wholly ownedsubsidiary:20212020Williams Scotsman Joint VentureMétis Financial Corporation of BC Inc. 511 511 52 52The Council holds 51% interest in the Williams Scotsman Joint Venture and the remaining 49% interest isheld by an unrelated party. The purpose of the Joint Venture is to provide marketing in certaincircumstances where it would have preferential access to opportunities for providing the services to clientsin BC.The Council holds 100% interest in the Métis Financial Corporation of BC Inc. The financial statements forMetis Financial Corporation of BC Inc. are not available as of the audit report date. The purpose of thecorporation is to provide supporting economic development of Metis Nation by providing financialassistance to Metis entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs through business loans and other fundingmechanisms.The Council holds 50.1% interest in the Ironwood Métis Nation BC Joint Venture and the remaining 49.9%interest is held by an unrelated party. The purpose of the Joint Venture is to provide construction andaccess matting, including installation and removal, as well as servicing related equipment to futuredevelopment projects.The Council holds 50.1% interest in the Little Fox MNBC Joint Venture and the remaining 49.9% interest isheld by an unrelated party. The purpose of the Joint Venture is to provide services to future Developmentprojects.Minimal income has been earned by the Council from the above investments for the current fiscal year.Additionally, the overall operations of the controlled entities are immaterial and therefore have not beendisclosed in the accompanying financial statements.

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIANOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 20215. CAPITAL ASSETSCostFurniture and equipmentComputers and softwareLeasehold improvementsArtwork2021NetBook ValueAccumulatedAmortization2020NetBook Value 439,351941,705512,09311,255 239,351516,636- 200,000425,069512,09311,255 - 1,904,404 755,987 1,148,417 -6. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE2021Accounts payableVacation payable2020 2,464,884159,150 504,840159,150 2,624,034 663,9907. DEFERRED REVENUE2021METPProjectsYouthHealthTripartite Self-Government NegotiationWomenAdministration2020 00500,000 - 49,447,227 26,467,266 26,467,26623,328,212(348,251) 2,997,58624,304,235(834,555) 49,447,227 26,467,266The continuity of the Council's deferred revenue is as follows:Balance, beginning of yearAdditions during the yearRecognized into revenue during the year

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIANOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 20218. LONG-TERM DEBT2021Royal Bank of Canada non-interest bearing loan,repayable in monthly payments of 42,599, securedby a general security agreement due February 1, 2025 Less: Interest free portion of the RBC long-term debtLess: Current portion of long-term debt2,300,0012020 544,925511,188 1,243,8882,570,001656,580180,000 1,733,421Under the terms of the agreement, the Royal Bank of Canada loan balance is to be repaid on an interestfree basis. Management determined that the fair market value of a similar loan would bear interest at arate of 6% per annum. As a result, the gain amortized and expensed into the statement of operations is 111,660 (2020 - 116,876).Principal repayments for the Royal Bank of Canada loan over the next four years are as follows:2022202320242025 511,188511,188511,188436,639On September 18, 2020 the loan with RBC was renegotiated to be repaid over a 5 year period with newpayments of 42,599 per month.9. COMMITMENTSThe Council leases various equipment and office space under agreements expiring February 2025.Minimum lease commitments during the next five fiscal years are as follows:20222023202420252026 917,4661,052,7931,008,932969,727953,403 4,902,32110. INTERNALLY ALLOCATED ADMINISTRATION AND PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION EXPENSESThe Council has established a fund to track administration expenses within operating expenses. TheCouncil's various programs are allocated a share of the direct administration expenses based upon anestimate of resources used. These allocations are eliminated from the Council's statement of operations.In 2021 Employment and Training operating expenses were allocated between CRF and EI at 58% and42% (2020 - 67% and 33%), respectively.

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIANOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTSFOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 202111. ENDOWMENTDuring the 2019 fiscal year the Council received 1,250,000 from the Government of Canada for thepurpose of establishing an Endowment Fund to support Métis students in the pursuit of post secondaryeducation. Endowment contributions are presented as direct increases in net assets. The Council willmaintain the capital amount of the Endowment Fund and income earned from the Endowment fund will beused to support activities per the fund agreement.12. COVID RISKThe COVID-19 pandemic is causing significant financial and social dislocation. The situation is dynamicwith various cities and countries around the world responding in different ways to address the outbreak.The Council continues to monitor and assess the impact COVID-19 will have on its business activities. Asat March 31, 2021, the Council’s financial position has not been significantly affected by the pandemic.13. REMUNERATION TO DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES AND CONTRACTORSIn accordance with the British Columbia Societies Act, a publicly funded society is to disclose remunerationpaid by the Council in excess of 75,000 to employees and contractors. Additionally, publicly fundedsocieties must disclose any remuneration paid to directors.2021Employees - 11 people (2020 - 14 people)2020 1,165,599 025,20025,20025,20025,20025,20025,20025,200MNBC Directors' RemunerationPresident - 1 person (2020 - 1 person)Vice President - 1 person (2020 - 1 person)Provincial Women's Chairperson - 2 people (2020 - 1 person)Provincial Youth Chairperson - 2 people (2020 - 1 person)Director - Region One - 2 people (2020 - 1 person)Director - Region Two - 2 people (2020 - 1 person)Director - Region Three - 2 people (2020 - 1 person)Director - Region Four - 2 people (2020 - 1 person)Director - Region Five - 1 person (2020 - 1 person)Director - Region Six - 1 person (2020 - 1 person)Director - Region Seven - 2 people (2020 - 1 person)Director elections were held in October 2020 therefore, the total remuneration was calculated based upon7 months of salary from the previous director and 5 months of the newly elected member.

MÉTIS PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF BRITISH COLUMBIA STATEMENT OFOPERATIONS FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31 2021 2020 Excess Excess Revenue Expenses (Deficiency) Revenue Expenses (Deficiency) Balance forward 31,523,567 31,046,065 477,502 18,999,337 18,220,855 778,482 ISC - The Metis Nation Table on Climate Change - - - 29,900 29,900 -