Paid $100B Without Checking

The Canada Revenue Agency “could have done some sort of screening” before paying out claims under the costliest pandemic relief program, says Auditor General Karen Hogan. The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy cost taxpayers $100.6 billion including payments to companies in tax default: “The Agency had information where they could have vetted the eligibility of businesses.”

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