Health Minister Mark Holland says details of the contract, including the vendor, cannot be discussed publicly due to a non-disclosure agreement.

The loss of $150 million in taxpayer money by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) is due to an unfulfilled contract for COVID-19 vaccines, Health Minister Mark Holland said on Nov. 3.

The National Post first reported earlier this week about the loss incurred by PHAC, which figures in the government’s public accounts for 2023.

Under the section “Losses of public money due to an offence, illegal act or accident,” PHAC has an “Unfulfilled contract by a vendor” worth $150,000,000.

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