Conservative MP Stephanie Kusie (Calgary-Midnapore, AB) has moved a motion at the House of Commons Government Operations Committee to continue hearings about ArriveCan. “We can’t close the matter until we know the truth about the [$]54 million ArriveCan app under RCMP investigation,” tweeted Kusie on Sunday. “The question is will the Liberal-NDP government once again obstruct Cdns from the truth?”.Kusie called for the Commons Government Operations Committee to “postpone the deadline for recommendations on the ArriveCAN study in order to extend the study for an additional four meetings in light of the recent reports that the RCMP is investigating allegations of misconduct by three companies in the development of the ArriveCAN app.” “Over the course of the four meetings, the committee will hear testimony that includes, but is not limited to, the following witnesses regarding this investigation, the evidence and its findings and that the testimony heard during those meetings be included in the final report on the ArriveCAN Study and recommendations be accepted up to a week following the final week of testimony,” she said. Some of the witnesses she wants to call are RCMP spokesperson Kim Chamberland, Canada Border Services Agency President Erin O’Gorman, Treasury Board President Anita Anand, Public Services and Procurement Minister Jean Yves-Duclos and Public Safety, Democratic Institutions, and Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc. Auditor General Karen Hogan told the Commons Public Accounts Committee on Thursday federal managers did not tell auditors about a police investigation related to the ArriveCan app when they were conducting a review of it. READ MORE: Fed gov’t hid RCMP investigation into ArriveCan app from auditor generalMPs requested the audit one year ago, but they were not informed about the RCMP investigation.“Despite my staff auditing all of the departments in this audit, management had not informed me they referred a contracting matter which involved many common players we are looking at, to the RCMP,” said Hogan.