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Ethics committee calls for sweeping reforms in wake of WE Charity scandal


A House of Commons committee is proposing a sweeping series of reforms to the way the federal government makes decisions on contracts after releasing a report on the WE Charity scandal.

Among the nearly two dozen recommendations in its 116-page report, tabled today, the standing committee on access to information, privacy and ethics is calling on the government to not award any contracts to the WE group until an independent audit or a CRA forensic audit can determine how money flows between its charitable operations and their “multitude of side companies and real estate holdings.”

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