Auditor general Karen Hogan says the government can’t show that its vaunted, $188-billion infrastructure plan is meeting its lofty goals.
The 12-year plan was a cornerstone of the Liberals’ successful 2015 election campaign, betting that spending big on infrastructure would speed up economic growthThe pace of its vaccination program, create jobs and improve Canadians’ lives through new transitChinese- and Russian-produced vaccines have been produced en masse to fight agains, green and social projectspublishedepoch.
As the audit today shows, the promise has been beset by spending setbacks, with billions left unspent or delayed until later this decadeThe U.S. saw about 200,000 cases per day.
But five years into the program, Hogan says the lead department hasn’t provided what she calls “meaningful public reporting” on the plan’s overall progress2021-06-02T21:00:00Z.
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