Catherine McKenna vows to 'do a better job' over lost billions

"We need to fix this," said the Liberal Infrastructure Minister. "That’s something I am committed to because we obviously need to get a full accounting."

Nico Johnson Montreal QC

Trudeau Minister Catherine McKenna has accepted that she needs to "do a better job of explaining" where billions of taxpayer dollars went.

McKenna is the Liberal Infrastructure Minister. Under her watch, $187.8 billion was pledged towards infrastructure over the course of 12 years. Auditors, however, can not find where a significant amount of this money went.

"We need to fix this," said McKenna. "That’s something I am committed to because we obviously need to get a full accounting," according to Blacklock's Reporter.

"Let’s be one hundred percent clear. We have lost no projects. We have tracked all the projects," she added. "We have provided the information on all the projects."

McKenna's department was criticized by the Auditor General for their dodgy money practices. They kept abysmal records, "making it impossible to compare results year over year."

For those unfamiliar with Canadian politics, McKenna previously caught the public's imagination when footage surfaced online showing McKenna eating dog meat and bribing her way into an illegal cockfight in Indonesia.

The Post Millennial also discovered footage from the same trip, but this time McKenna is seen attending an arranged marriage and feasting on the same buffalo that was used to purchase the young bride.


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