Three Conservative MPs on Wednesday called on the Trudeau government to determine whether the Canadian Emergency Benefit (CEP) was used to buy illegal weapons.
Conservative MPs Raquel Dancho, Pierre Paul-Huss and Stephanie Gucci have called on the Trudeau government to “launch a full and thorough audit to determine whether taxpayers’ money is actually being distributed to criminals in the form of contagious benefits.” Reads a letter to Public Defense Minister Marco Mendicino and Minister of Employment, Labor Development and Labor Carla Gualtro that the situation “must be handled urgently.” ” Adding people with disabilities.
In June 2020, during an illegal party in Old Montreal, police intervened after seeing a video posted on the Snapshot social network displaying guns and a plastic bag containing a lot of money. The video is said to have been shot on the phone of a person named Mouth Rasmi. In his November 23 ruling, Judge Yves Poulin wrote, “An in-depth analysis [du même appareil] Supports the latter’s involvement in the Canadian emergency benefit fraud scheme. ”
Conservative MPs say “illegal guns were bought with taxpayers’ money in the form of PCUs, especially with the wave of deadly shootings in Montreal.”
At the end of this “thorough and in-depth verification”, Conservative representatives are asking the government to “share” [ses] Findings for the Auditor General of Canada His office is continuing to investigate the inadequacy of post-tariff auditing of the ECP scheme.
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