Auditor General

AUDITOR GENERAL is an independent officer of the legislature who monitors management of public money. The auditor general reports annually to the legislative assembly—not to the government or CABINET—on the government's financial statements, indicating whether the statements fairly present the province's financial position. The auditor general also monitors government compliance with legislation and assesses whether its programs are implemented efficiently and effectively. The Select...

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