Audits Find “Poor Practices”

The Department of Foreign Affairs yesterday faulted staff at Canadian missions overseas for sloppy bookkeeping, awarding contracts to themselves and selling laptops in a garage sale. Ongoing audits of missions follow the 2017 discovery of a fraud ring at the Canadian embassy in Haiti: “The audit found deficiencies.”

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