‘There’s too many secrets’: Sagkeeng resident calls for health centre audit to be made public – Global News

June 19, 2019

Members of a Manitoba First Nation are demanding an internal audit done on the community’s health centre be made public.

Employees at the Sagkeeng Health Centre received more than $1.3 million in questionable payouts – including thousands in cash advances and extensive entertainment costs – over the course of 18 months, according to an internal audit detailing the allegations and obtained by Global News.

“That document was secret. When I saw it in the news I was glad,” community member Anita Prince said. “(I’m) glad that this happened … that somebody was going to do something for Sagkeeng. Our people are in pain. That money should be used in a good way.”

But band members said the audit hasn’t been shared with those in the community.

Read More: https://globalnews.ca/news/5403913/theres-too-many-secrets-sagkeeng-resident-calls-for-health-centre-audit-to-be-made-public/

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