The Auditor General raised a number of red flags in his fall report this week. Michael Ferguson found problems with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's recall system. He warned that the 26-billion dollar price tag associated with the national shipbuilding procurement strategy was insufficient for the government to get what it wants. Ferguson also expressed his concerns with "significant weaknesses" in Transport Canada's oversight of rail safety. He also highlighted numerous gaps in security at Canada's entry points. Here's Evan's conversation with Michael Ferguson.