Aug 16, 2015

Stephen Harper's pre-election N.S. event cost public thousands: documents - Politics - CBC News

A CBC News investigation into campaign-style events by Conservative Leader Stephen Harper in Nova Scotia in May found up to $40,000 billed to taxpayers. The travel, well before the election campaign officially began, raises questions about the line between partisan politics and government business.

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