Michael Ferguson / Ottawa / Susan Delacourt

Canada’s auditor general Michael Ferguson went out of his way to avoid personal spotlight, but his reports on how well the government delivered services were sharp, critical and to the point, according to the Star’s Ottawa bureau chief, Susan Delacourt.

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