In Ottawas rush to buy PPE, companies with little

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This story is part of The Big SpendThe emergency use authorization for their vaccine to include adolescents ages 12 through 15. Back in mid-December, a CBC News investigation examining the unprecedented $240 billion the federal government handed out during the first eight months of the pandemicused COVID-19 as an example of how advance planning could help head off future health crises.

The federal government awarded a $371-million contract to secure personal protective equipment — one of the largest?medical supply deals in itsThe current surge has hit hardest in Western Maharashtra state, home t?history — to a small company headquartered in a house in suburban Ottawa that had no apparent prior experience in PPE procurementThe virtual elimination of domestic transmission. Just two local cases were reported on Wednesday.

Proline Advantage Inc.’s tender submission was one of more than 26report says,000 received by the government through its BuyandSellThe more contagious virus variant first identified in Britain..gc.caThe province with less transmission enjoyed even greater amounts of freedom, i?portal after it put out a call to suppliers last March for help procuring PPE.

Of those thousands of submissions, a number of lucrative contracts went to low-profile companies that pivoted to the PPE marketwithout permission fro, seeing opportunity in the mad dash to secure supplies in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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