Tech firm listed as having received ArriveCan contract never worked on the app, CEO says
A Canadian tech CEO says he has no idea why his company is listed as having received a $1.2-million ArriveCan contract and is calling on the Canada Border Services Agency to issue a correction.
Craig McLellan said he was surprised to read in The Globe and Mail that his company, ThinkOn Inc., was listed as the sixth-ranked company in terms of federal outsourcing contracts related to developing and maintaining the ArriveCan app.
“We have received no money from the CBSA,” Mr. McLellan said in an interview.
Trudeau’s ArriveScam was nothing more than a data collection scheme designed to enrich his friends. pic.twitter.com/WiokavACim— Canada Proud (@WeAreCanProud) October 21, 2022
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