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New Dental Benefit Vulnerable to Fraud Without Verification Measures: PBO

October 26, 2022
by CTV News


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The Liberals’ proposed dental care benefit is susceptible to fraud if verification measures aren’t put in place, Canada’s Parliamentary budget officer Yves Giroux warned Tuesday as the legislation is nearing a final vote in the House of Commons.

Giroux was at the Senate Finance Committee to answer questions about the costing analysis of the bill, which proposes a dental care benefit as well as rental support.

The PBO recently estimated that the dental benefit will cost $703 million, while the rental support will cost up to $940 million.

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1 Comment » for New Dental Benefit Vulnerable to Fraud Without Verification Measures: PBO
  1. A M says:

    Just like CERB, giving money away!! Monies will be spent all over, with a low % actually going towards children’s teeth! This is more about Justin ensuring he keeps his power going, not actually helping improving children’s oral health!

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