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June 2022 - Public Housing

Nova Scotia Auditor General Kim Adair released her June 21, 2022 report to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly.  The report examined the oversight and management of Government owned Public Housing by the Department of Municipal Affairs and Housing.

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    May 2022 - Community Corrections

    Nova Scotia Auditor General, Kim Adair, released her May 17, 2022 report to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly.  The report examined the oversight and management of individuals serving community-based sentences by the Department of Justice.

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      April 2022 - ALC Follow-Up

      Nova Scotia Auditor General Kim Adair released her April 2022 Joint Follow-up Report to the House of Assembly.  The report was completed in conjunction with her counterparts in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island.  The report deals with the status of implementing the nine recommendations to the shareholder governments of the Atlantic Lottery Corporation (ALC).

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      April 2022 - Follow-Up

      Nova Scotia Auditor General Kim Adair released her April 2022 Report to the House of Assembly. This report deals with follow-up of 2017, 2018, and 2019 performance audit recommendations. The topics followed up are: 

      • Climate Change Management
      • Environmental Assessments
      • Family Doctor Resourcing
      • Mental Health Services
      • Managing Home Care Support Contracts
      • Grant Programs
      • Correctional Facilities
      • Maintenance Enforcement Program
      • Management and Oversight of Health Sector Information Technology
      • IWK Health Centre: Financial Management Controls and Governance
      • Workers’ Compensation Board: Governance and Long-term Sustainability
      • Information Access and Privacy Information Technology Projects
      • Diversity and Inclusion in the Public Service
      • Selection and Quality Management of Bridge Projects in Central and Western Districts
      • Workers’ Compensation Board: Claims Management
      • Reducing Regulatory Burden
      • QEII New Generation Project – Halifax Infirmary Expansion and Community Outpatient Centre

      This report also includes supplementary information provided by organizations audited in 2020 as to their assessment of where they are with the recommendations. This is management information, and we provide no assurance over this section of information. The audits in 2020 were:

      • Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation – Phase 1
      • QEII New Generation Project – Halifax Infirmary Expansion and Community Outpatient Centre – Phase II
      • Contaminated Sites

       

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