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Posts Tagged ‘ A.G. Report ’

Missing: $330 Million in Federal Affordable Housing Funds

Dec 16th, 2009 | By | Category: Campaigns (incl.) Grassroots, Community Resource

Missing: $330 Million in Federal Affordable Housing Funds The Ontario government can’t account for one-third of a billion in federal housing funding – that’s enough money to build more than 5,500 new homes across the province. The Ontario Auditor-General, in his annual report released December 7, reports that the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and [...]



Auditing the Ontario Auditor General

Dec 14th, 2009 | By | Category: Community Board

                                      Auditing the Auditor General                                                  by Reuel Amdur Consider this an audit of the Ontario Auditor General’s 2009 Annual Report.  While most of my comments will be addressed to social assistance, let’s begin with  a reference to remarks about Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation’s Rental and Supportive Housing Program: “. . . more than [...]



A few chapters of the (Ontario) Auditor General’s Report

Dec 13th, 2009 | By | Category: Campaigns (incl.) Grassroots, Community Resource

Please follow directions at bottom of post to read each chapter. 311 Ontario Works Program- Chapter 3 Section 3.11 312 Social Housing -Chapter 23 Section 3.12 310 Ontario Research Fund -Chapter 3 Section 3.10 313 Teletriage Health Services - Chapter 3 Section 3.13 314  Unfunded Liability of the Work Place Safety &Insurance- Chapter 3.14 odsp chapter Ontario Disability Support Program- Chapter [...]



Ontario Auditor General’s Report Underlines Need for Social Assistance Reform

Dec 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Campaigns (incl.) Grassroots

  Ontario Auditor General’s Report Underlines Need for Social Assistance Reform Source: Income Security Advocacy Centre Whether he meant to or not, the auditor general’s December 7th analysis of OW/ODSP let a dysfunctional social assistance system off the hook, instead laying blame with the people who have nowhere else to turn for basic support. The [...]