Canada’s auditor general is predicted to launch two extremely anticipated reviews on the federal government’s dealing with of the COVID-19 disaster in 2021, together with entry to vaccines and pandemic advantages.
Karen Hogan’s first report will element how properly the federal government did getting ahold of COVID-19 vaccine doses and monitoring how many individuals bought them.
The Liberal authorities made headlines in 2021 over issues the rollout of provincial vaccine campaigns could also be jeopardized by delayed shipments of COVID-19 vaccines.
The auditor has additionally examined the distribution of profit funds to individuals who misplaced earnings due to public well being restrictions.
The report is predicted to indicate whether or not the Canada Income Company and Employment and Social Improvement Canada made certain funds have been correct and paid to eligible candidates, in addition to whether or not efforts have been made to recuperate overpayments.
It can additionally study the effectivity and effectiveness of the COVID-19 profit program, and whether or not the businesses achieved its objectives in a cheap method.
The reviews are anticipated to be tabled within the Home of Commons at 10 a.m. EST.
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