Imagine you donated a hundred dollars to a charity, only to learn that ninety three dollars of your money was spent on the people who work for the charity and only seven dollars went to the people or cause you were trying to support.
You don’t have to imagine it.
The Canadian Press reports that a federal fund designed to give financial help to parents whose children have been murdered or gone missing has spent more than 14 times as much on administration costs as it has on actual grants.
Except about that "administration":
The program receives only one applicant a month — and they turn nearly half of them away. What do they do all day?
And not surprisingly, the Liberals' response to this shocking display of incompetence is just about as efficient...
NEXT: We talk a lot about the crackdowns on free speech on campus, but I'll tell you about one university's policy that might not be such a bad idea after all.
Tonight's guests: Professor Ian Lee and I look ahead at the forthcoming federal budget; and Andrew Lawton talks about his interview with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne about her plan to (allegedly) lower hydro bills.