MPs See ‘Apparent Reprisals’

The Commons public accounts committee yesterday by a 7 to 3 vote rejected a motion condemning “apparent reprisals” against whistleblowers on the ArriveCan program. Two federal managers were suspended without pay after suggesting Canada Border Services Agency executives lied about the $54 million program: “It clearly goes back to disdain for anyone who would dare challenge their narrative.”

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