Canadians want answers on why 20,000 infrastructure projects funded with our tax dollars can’t be shown to even exist.
In the wake of news reports about someone yelling at Catherine McKenna’s office, Canadians are bringing attention to serious problem with the spending of our tax dollars.
In early June, Blacklock’s Reporter had a story about how a whopping 20,000 infrastructure projects subsidized with federal tax dollars have no evidence to prove they are even real:
“Parliament’s Budget Office can find no evidence of 20,000 projects subsidized with billions in federal tax dollars. Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna’s department would not document where funds were spent, the Commons government operations committee was told: “I don’t have proof that they exist.””
This has led to people demanding answers from the government, and particularly from Catherine McKenna, considering she is in charge of the department.
As a result, #WheresTheMoneyCatherine is trending.
The government is supposed to work for us, and serve us.
Like all officials, McKenna is supposed to serve the Canadian People, not rule over us.
And that means Canadians are supposed to get transparency and accountability.
When our tax dollars are spent, we need to know where that money is spent.
McKenna owes it to the Canadian People to explain where our money went.
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