Thursday, June 9, 2011

I Like the Acting AG Already

"The government didn’t tell Parliament it was approving $50 million for a G8 legacy fund that doled out cash for projects in cabinet minister Tony Clement's riding based on his advice, according to the auditor general, who could find no paper trail to explain how the projects were chosen.

The findings are contained in the Spring 2011 report written by former auditor general Sheila Fraser who retired on May 30. Acting auditor general John Wiersema presented the report Thursday and said the government didn't follow at least two policies designed to ensure the government acts in a transparent and accountable manner, and that the report's findings are "troubling."
Honestly, without these people who have so much integrity it puts the rest of us to shame working in the AG's office, this kind of frivilous waste and blatant disregard for the rules wouldn't be coming to light.

Once again, it's Clementdom.


  1. He won't be around long.

    Remember, Steve only likes hyper partisan lapdogs who only sing his praises. Anything less gets canned.

  2. Sadly, you're probably right CK. Very sadly right.