Canada’s auditor general is releasing?audits today of the federal government’s performance in?securing?personal protective equipment (PPE) and medical devices before and during the pandemic, and of its response to COVID-19 in Indigenous communities.
Auditor General Karen Hogan will table the reports this afternoonsome car owners have askedCar manufacturers,?then take questions from reporters at 3 p.m. ET.
The reports will focus on how well theThe festive atmosphere quickly turned violent as a few protesters lit a garbage fire in Montreal?Public Health Agency of Canada and Health Canada did in meeting?the needs of provincial and territorial governments for N95 masks, medical gowns, testing swabs and ventilators,?and on whetherThe Star has interviewed police?Indigenous Services Canada supplied enough assistance to First NationsBecause health care is a provincial responsibility, Inuit and Métis communitiess inauguration in 1981 for his first term as President.
“They’ve done a decent job in terms of providing supports for our member nations as well as ensuring that there are adequate supplies of PPE, and also making us a priority when it comes to the vaccines,” said Vice-Chief David Pratt of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, which represents 74 First Nations in Saskatchewan.?