Auditor Tried To Be Positive

Auditor General Karen Hogan yesterday said she didn’t want to dwell on “why things were as bad as they were” at the Public Health Agency prior to Covid. Members of the Commons public accounts committee faulted Hogan for what one MP called a “very timid” exoneration of the Agency in a pandemic that killed more than 25,000 Canadians: “I focused on continuous improvement.”

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