Bank Paid $7M In Suspicious Claims: “No One Was Fired?”

The Bank of Canada approved $7 million in suspicious payments from dormant accounts it was supposed to safeguard for depositors, says a forensic audit. The full scope of payments isn’t known since the Bank destroyed records. Managers face questioning by the Commons finance committee: “Where did that money go?”

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