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paper gowns: Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden These extraordinary paper gowns were handmade by Vancouver students Overall, we found that getting through to government call centres took time and persistence, the audit report says, according to Vancouver Courier. In fact, we found that half of the 16 million Canadians who tried to speak to an agent could not do so. Sylvain Ricard's office audited call centres at three departments that receive a lot of phone calls the Immigration Department, Employment and Social Development Canada and Veterans Affairs.article continues below Trending Stories Canadians urged to avoid all travel to parts of the Philippines Burnaby police appeal for leads in 2015 murder of Vancouver city worker Koi set to return to Vancouver's Dr. Seven million callers were sent to an automated system or were told to go to a website or to call back later. Callers make millions of calls to the government every year to get the information they need to make time-sensitive, important decisions. This audit is important because call centres are a key source of government information, Ricard said in the report. ( As reported in the news.