For release September 26 – Nova Scotia’s ground ambulance service is in a critical state and the government is not effectively monitoring the performance of Emergency Medical Care Inc. (EMCI) to adequately deliver it, says Auditor General Kim Adair.
For release June 20 – Island Employment Association’s gross mismanagement of public funds exceeded $1 million, reveals an investigation by Nova Scotia’s Auditor General.
For release May 9 - The Office of the Fire Marshal’s failure to manage fire and building safety is putting the public at risk, despite repeated warnings from the Auditor General of Nova Scotia.
For release April 18 - Rates have fallen for government's implementation of Auditor General recommendations from past performance audits and work is needed to get back on track, reveals a new Follow-up Report.
For release February 28 - Close to $74 million has been transferred out of a provincial Green Fund set up to combat climate change but only a fraction has been spent on climate change programming to date, says Auditor General Kim Adair.
For release January 17 - The Province needs to ensure conflicts of interest are avoided, declared, and addressed to maintain public confidence in the administration of provincially owned housing, says Auditor General Kim Adair.
For release December 6 - Nova Scotia’s economy and finances are rebounding to pre-COVID-19 levels, with several financial indicators on the upswing, according to the Auditor General’s Annual Financial Report.
For release November 8 - The Province has surpassed its immigration program performance targets for 2016-2020 but many aspects of the program need improvement given the aggressive plan to grow Nova Scotia’s population to two million in the next 40 years, outlines a new audit.
For release September 20 - Nova Scotia needs to do a better job serving healthy food in its 366 public schools or risk spending billions of dollars in future healthcare costs, says Nova Scotia Auditor General Kim Adair.
For release June 21 - Nova Scotia doesn’t have an effective governance structure in place for public housing and is failing to provide adequate oversight of the regional housing authorities across the province, says the Auditor General in a new report.