Remember two months ago when all the fancy people jetted to the big United Nations global warming meeting in Paris?
Canada had one of the biggest delegations in the world: 383 people.
Almost none of them were scientists or economists, though. Almost all were in the political spin business. That's what Paris was about: preening for the cameras.
So how much did it cost you and me? Well, we at the Rebel submitted Access to Information requests, and we’ve received the first reply, from the 17 people who went from Stephane Dion's Ministry of Foreign Affairs. And the numbers are shocking.
WATCH to find out, but here's a teaser:
Dion's delegates spent almost $50,000 on flights for 10 people, even though Expedia says one round trip ticket from Ottawa to Paris in November only costs about $700.
Wait until you hear how much these folks who say they hate fossil fuels spent on rental cars...
That's just what you paid for Dion and his crew of 17, out of 383 Canadian delegates.
But don't worry: Justin Trudeau says budgets balance themselves!
NEXT: Ahead of the Iowa caucus, my friend Gavin McInnes and I talk about why Trump can, and should, beat the other GOP candidates.
THEN: Sun Media National columnist Lorrie Goldstein and I look back at Justin Trudeau's remarks on Holocaust Remembrance Day. Why did he and his Liberal team use such wishy-washy language?
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