NPC conducted ‘inappropriate, unacceptable’ actions: Auditors
From the Niagara Falls Review:
Two provincial audits into the Niagara Parks Commission concluded “some of the actions taken by former staff were inappropriate and unacceptable.”
The audits, conducted during the past several months by the Ministry of Finance and publicly released Friday, look into past executive expenses, procurement practices and revenue generating opportunities at the parks commission.
The provincial agency has had to deal with revelations of extravagant spending by a former executive, as well as questions about how it awards contracts to buy goods, services and other practices.
“We conclude that for the expense areas reviewed, in a significant number of instances, the NPC was not in compliance with the (Management Board of Cabinet) travel, meal and hospitality expenses directive,” states one of the audit reports.
The Niagara Falls Review also has the entire report available for you to read.