Independent Audit of Capital Asset Management in BC Hydro

December 2018
In this audit, we looked at capital asset management in BC Hydro. Specifically we looked at whether BC Hydro was managing its assets well through appropriate information, practices, processes and systems. We found that it is.

Understanding Tax Expenditures

October 2018
This information report explains tax expenditures and how they relate to provincial spending.

Understanding Our Audit Opinion on B.C.'s 2017/18 Summary Financial Statements

August 2018
Each year we audit the province’s summary financial statements and its debt-related statements, and then issue our opinion. This report explains our qualified audit opinion on government's 2017/18 summary financial statements.

An Independent Audit of the Ministry of Citizens’ Services Real Estate Asset Sales Management

July 2018
In this audit, we looked at the Ministry of Citizens’ Services appropriate process’ to manage the sales of surplus government real estate assets during its two-year initiative called the Release of Assets for Economic Generation (RAEG). We also looked at if the ministry obtained the three stated benefits of its RAEG initiative.

Annual Report and Financial Statements 2017/18

July 2018
The 2017/18 annual report and accompanying financial statements. This report provides an overview of our performance and financial position over the last year, as well as a look ahead at our current goals and priorities.

Promoting Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in K-12: An Independent Audit

May 2018
This audit looked at whether the Ministries of Health and Education were working together to effectively oversee public school programs and policies that promote healthy eating and physical activity for children and youth in kindergarten to grade 12.

An Independent Audit of Executive Expenses at School District 61

May 2018
In this audit, we looked at the expense payments for six executives from School District 61 in Victoria. Specifically, we looked to see whether expenses that the school district paid on behalf of these executives complied with the district’s policies, and followed the spirit and intent of core government policy.