The Montreal Gazette admits that it isn't sure whether the site is being use to sell investments or not, because apparently no one has actually entered the password-protected site to read the content. But this didn't stop the newspaper from running the Aug. 18th headline: "Banned foundation 'still soliciting Quebecers' through new website."
Side note to Gazette Editor: please read the email from AMF spokesperson Caty Beausejour again. She is quoted in your newspaper as writing: "If it appears that Voyageur Foundation .....[is] still soliciting Quebecers..."
In fact, she uses that important "if" word several times in the quotes recorded by your reporter, "if" being a conditional statement, not a declared accusation.
So the question is - is Voyageur Foundation selling investments through its web site?
The answer is no: Voyageur Foundation is not selling investments through its web site.
To clear up that point of doubt and for the public record, Voyageur Foundation has a short statement concerning its web site:
"Voyageur Foundation’s private web site is strictly to inform and support its members. The information it contains is not for solicitation or promotion of investments."