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The legislation that governs GIS payments, known as the Old Age Security (OAS) Act, gives the minister discretion about whether to take "remedial action" to compensate anyone improperly denied benefits because of an "administrative error." Eligibility for GIS is largely determined automatically through income data supplied by the Canada Revenue Agency, affecting some 1.6 million recipients, but about 100,000 files must be reviewed manually to determine eligibility.
The back payment problem was discovered in late April last year as a new computer system was being installed to end the manual review process.
An internal document obtained by CBC News under the Access to Information Act shows the late payments, affecting seniors largely in Ontario and the western provinces, were partly the result of "misunderstandings by officials in various …
processing centres." The guaranteed income supplement payment gaffe, along with another employment insurance problem, were both discovered last year at Employment and Social Development Canada when Conservative minister Pierre Poilievre was in charge.
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The SPCA, which conducted the probe, says there were three guilty pleas in the case -- one to causing unnecessary suffering to foxes; one to neglecting them; and another to neglecting two dogs found on the property.