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Michael Ferguson

A project to build a flagship data centre has been dealt a blow after planners suddenly realized there was a top-secret military communications post getting in the way.
Consider me one of the millions of Canadians offended by the Senate spending scandal. But it's not for the reason you might think. The auditor general spent around $23 million on this investigation, and found less than $1 million in questionable expenses -- out of $180 million worth of expenses investigated. So we, the ever-patient, ever-indulgent taxpayers, spent $23 million to find out that 0.5 per cent of Senate expenses were questionable. Should we be outraged? Yes, by the dollar cost of the investigation and by the cost to the reputation of Canada's upper house.
“It’s high time the auditor general came into the House of Commons."
“I didn’t know what the Senate was about until I came here,” Tory Senator Nicole Eaton told The Huffington Post Canada.
"“You think they want an audit? And can you imagine if they audited retired MPs?"
Ferguson told Evan Solomon, host of CBC News Network's Power & Politics, in an interview Tuesday that his office has turned
The Senate's expense controls have a "significant deficiency" that needs immediate fixing, and the administration should
OTTAWA — Conservative MPs have rejected a call to have Canada's auditor general take a good look at their expenses — or those
When members of the Senate voted to invite the federal auditor general to audit their expenses, some senators may not have
Michael Ferguson was in the media spotlight when he began his job as Canada's auditor general two years ago amid controversy