G7 Contracts Didn’t Add Up

The Department of Foreign Affairs breached an Act of Parliament in contracting for a G7 summit in Québec two years ago, according to an internal audit. Canada’s G7 presidency cost $604.5 million including $374,679,717 spent to entertain world leaders for two days in June, 2018 in Charlevoix, Que.: “The audit team identified some areas for improvement.”

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