IN THE NEWS- High level of redactions in ArriveCan invoices concern MPs on operations committee

IN THE NEWS- The Canada Border Services Agency has handed over hundreds of pages of documents related to the government's use of private contractors to build the ArriveCan app, but the chair of the committee that requested the files over two months ago says the agency's high level of redactions is unacceptable. 

NDP MP and committee member Gord Johns said the redactions contradict the government's pledges to be transparent. 

"They're hiring really expensive consultants to hire really expensive consultants to deliver services for Canadians. We saw that with GC strategies," "They're avoiding transparency on this because they don't want to, again, be embarrassed for the lack of accountability," Johns said. 


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