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Powder Springs Inn Inc. - Employee Information

Powder Springs Receivership: Employee FAQ's

1. What is WEPPA/WEPP? How do I make a claim?

The Wage Earner Protection Program ('WEPP') reimburses eligible workers for unpaid wages, vacation pay, severance pay, and termination pay they are owed when their employer declares bankruptcy or becomes subject to a Receivership under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. Additional information regarding this program as well as the application to apply can be found at the following website:

You can also contact Service Canada directly at toll free: 1-866-683-6516.

The Receiver has delivered and mailed out packages on March 14, 2014 to each individual employee who may have a claim under the WEPP. The package includes instructions on how to fill out the necessary claim documents as well as a schedule on unpaid eligible amounts owing per the Company's books and records. If you have any questions regarding the WEPP and process after reviewing the instructions provided in the employee package please contact the Receiver

All Proof of Claim forms must be submitted to the Receiver by April 1, 2014 in order to comply with the deadlines set out by Service Canada for WEPP claims. Failure to submit your claim by the above mentioned deadline will result in the claim becoming extinguished.

2. The preferred mentioned of submission is to scan and send the relevant claim documentation to the Receiver at:

3. You can fax the documents to our office fax number at: 403-444-6758, or

4. You can mail the documents to our address:

Attention: Brett Wilson - Powder Springs Receivership
FTI Consulting Canada Inc,
Bankers Hall, West Tower, 1000 888 - 3rd Street S.W
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 5C5

5. What is the Estate ID?

The Estate ID is 11-253713

Contact FTI

FTI Consulting
555 Burrard St
Office 15-131
Vancouver, BC V7X 1M8

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