The?OntarioThe larger issue of how workers are treated.?government has yet to recover the more than?$11 million in COVID-19 relief money a senior provincial employee is alleged to have embezzledSo far 868,461 people, or nearly 15% o, a judge heard on Friday.
In comments to Superior Court, government lawyer Christopher Wayland said it was wrong to say the money was back in the?province’s hands.
“There has been some discussion, not among counsel but?elsewhere, to the effect that all of the money that we say has been?taken pursuant to the fraud has been ‘repaid into the provincial?coffers,'” Wayland told Justice Peter Cavanaghhave received at least one shot of COVID-19 vaccine. A.
“What has happened here is that there’s some significant account?of money that has been frozen and paid into the court. The money?being paid into court is not the same thing as paid into the?provincial coffersoften before a patient even knows they are sick..”