So, the province decides not to continue looking at questionable expense claims to AHS because after two years, there’s not much chance of a successful lawsuit, because AHS approved the expenses in the first place.
This is a happy day for anyone who was under investigation – you dodged a bureaucratic bullet.
While the people we elected sweep this one under the rug, the taxpayer will just continue to do what we do best – pay.
In Ottawa, with six figure errors floating around the halls and the walls of the senate, some flights will be restricted now and some travel will have to be preauthorised. Apparently, someone who rubber stamps the expenses has shut the barn door after seeing the political pony was gone.
It’s O.K., it’s only taxpayer’s money, there’s lots more where that came from.
Dianna writes to say it’s too bad we citizens can’t sue politicians for the misuse of our tax dollars.
The elderly and special needs suffer from poor care and a lack of funding while the people at the top drink the sixteen dollar orange juice.
I know you’ll let me know what you think.