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"Federal departments and agencies spent about $3.1-billion less on
public safety and anti-terrorism activities than they were allocated,
and no there was no explanation for the gap. In a report released Tuesday, Michael Ferguson revealed that the
Harper government has been unable to explain why so much money set aside
in recent years for the anti-terrorism initiative has simply gone
missing. Furthermore, he found the government did not have a clear handle on
whether it had met the strategy’s objectives of keeping terrorists out
of Canada, and deterring attacks."
"Ferguson found that between 2001 and 2009, the Treasury Board
allocated about?$12.9 billion to 35 departments and agencies to fund
activities related to public security and anti-terrorism.
However, his auditors found that only about $9.8-billion was spent on
anti-terrorism activities during that period — about $3.1-billion less
The auditors asked the government for information to explain the
$3.1-billion difference between what was set aside and what was actually
However, no records were “available” to explain the shortfall, Ferguson was told"
-Auditor General Discovers That $3.1 Billion Tax Dollars Missing Under Harper's Administration