Canada Border Services Agency misses deadline to hand over ArriveCan invoices, declines to identify subcontractors

petros

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Both are interesting questions. Got me curious…
Somewhere in the covid threads on here is the link to the SEC filing dated January 25th which is in fact the same fucking day covid appeared in Canada.

They were drafting the paperwork long before covid even appeared in Canada.

I dont know about you but but I highly doubt $456B can be borrowed in one day.
 
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Taxslave2

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Never happens directly. Perhaps the Trudeau foundation….Which is in a blind trust….Yada yada yada, and his net worth goes up by a factor of 800% or something crazy like that while he’s PM & he can’t directly deal with his own investments or the Trudeau foundation since 2015, because it’s 2015-ish, etc…
...& that could just be a big coincidence and he was a horrible investor, and he does much better by staying away from his own everything?
If he stayed away from our money with the same vigor he stays away from his own money, Canada could be debt free.
 
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Opposition parties teamed up Wednesday to pass a motion calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to collect and recoup, within 100 days, all funds paid to ArriveCan contractors and subcontractors that did no work.
The non-binding motion from Official Opposition Leader Pierre Poilievre passed by a vote of 170 to 149, with only the Liberals voting against it.
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The motion also calls on the federal government to table in the House by March 18 a report that details all direct and associated costs related to ArriveCan.

Among the line items the opposition parties want to see, but have yet to be revealed, are any bonuses given to public servants who worked on the app, any legal or research costs, and any adverting or public relations expenses.
Auditor General Karen Hogan's recent audit concluded Canadians "paid too much for this application," even though she could not establish if the $59.5 million total, amounts to the true cost???
But being “non-binding” = to be ignored.
 
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Bonuses are just one of the hidden parts of a bureaucrats salary . They have been allowed to be entitled ..
 
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Ron in Regina

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When Trudeau was running for the Liberal leadership, his campaign disclosed to the Ottawa Citizen that his personal fortune was valued at $1.2 million. This is from the CBC.
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So how does that work with a blind trust? Why isn’t our Canadian Government Pension Plan in the same blind trust?
Maybe he’s not though. Maybe the blind trust invested his money wisely in cocaine wholesaling & Covid vaccinations before they were mandated in, & electric car battery manufacturing plants before they were granted a whole bunch of government dole, & he just got really really lucky through the blind trust or the Trudeau foundation or What have you? Maybe he got in early on bitcoin?

What can you invest in, that will take your net worth, and multiply it by 80 times in less than a decade? Whatever it is, why isn’t the Canadian pension plan investing in this? Why do we even have government debt when we can have this blind trust investing for Canada?
Hes doing better than Pelosi.
Probably coincidence. Blind trust, etc..
 
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