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Found 10 records similar to 2021 Reports of the Auditor General of Canada—Report 5—Follow-up Audit on Rail Safety—Transport Canada
Briefing Package for the hearing on Report 5—Follow-up Audit on Rail Safety—Transport Canada, of the 2021 Reports of the Auditor General of Canada before the Standing Committee on Public Accounts on 6 May 2021
Briefing Package for the hearing on Follow-up Audit on Rail Safety before the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities – 13 April 2021
This audit focused on whether the Privy Council Office, the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, and Women and Gender Equality Canada advanced the implementation of gender‑based analysis plus (GBA Plus) in government, in response to selected recommendations from the 2015 Fall Reports of the Auditor General of Canada, Report 1—Implementing Gender‑Based Analysis.
This audit focused on whether the Department of Finance Canada provided analysis on the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, taking into account the Government’s objective of providing financial relief to employers and facilitating a return to economic activity. This audit also focused on whether the Canada Revenue Agency administered the program to limit abuse by establishing appropriate controls.
This audit focused on whether Employment and Social Development Canada and the Department of Finance Canada provided analysis to support the initial design and subsequent adjustments to the Canada Emergency Response Benefit. This audit also focused on whether Employment and Social Development Canada and the Canada Revenue Agency designed mechanisms so that the Canada Emergency Response Benefit would support eligible workers who suffered a loss of income for reasons related to COVID‑19, including limiting attempts to abuse the benefit.
This audit focused on whether Employment and Social Development Canada managed the Temporary Foreign Worker Program to protect agricultural workers from COVID‑19 in 2020 and 2021. We focused particularly on the amended Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations and the department’s inspections, which were meant to verify whether employers followed the COVID‑19 regulatory requirements. These requirements came into force in April 2020 and were in place for the duration of our audit. We also examined whether Agriculture and Agri‑Food Canada verified that the recipients it funded under two of its COVID‑19 support programs met program terms and conditions.
This audit focused on whether Employment and Social Development Canada and Infrastructure Canada prevented and reduced chronic homelessness through interventions that helped those at risk of or experiencing homelessness and chronic homelessness obtain housing and supports needed to remain housed. This audit also focused on whether the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation contributed to the prevention and reduction of chronic homelessness through its delivery of federal housing programs and services that address the housing needs and improve housing outcomes for vulnerable Canadians.
On 29 January 2020, the House of Commons passed a motion asking the Auditor General to conduct an audit of the Investing in Canada Plan. This audit focused on whether Infrastructure Canada and key federal organizations could demonstrate that the Investing in Canada Plan was meeting its objectives and whether they were providing complete, reliable, and timely reporting about the plan to Canadians.
This audit focused on whether Correctional Service Canada’s programs respond to the diversity of the offender population to support their safe and successful return to the community. This includes examining the department’s policies and practices to promote workplace equity, diversity, and inclusion.
This audit focused on whether the large vessel fleets of the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard were being renewed in a timely manner. We examined whether shipbuilding was on schedule and whether the new ships were being delivered in time for the retirement of the old ships. We also looked at how the audited organizations managed the risks of delays, including how they mitigated the potential impact of delays on the navy’s and coast guard’s operations while waiting for new ships.