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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

"We are the party for the Tax Payers". Said Rona..... Bwahahaha

Rona Ambrose Charged Taxpayers To Stay In Ottawa While Living At Stornoway

OTTAWA — Interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose charged taxpayers nearly $10,000 to stay in Ottawa — while she was living in an official residence also paid for by the public, records from the House of Commons show.
Ambrose, an Alberta MP and former cabinet minister, was selected by her peers to replace prime minister Stephen Harper after he abruptly resigned as leader after last fall’s election. She moved into the Official Opposition leader’s residence, Stornoway, in November.
Her expenditure report shows, Ambrose was reimbursed $2,491.50 for per diems from January to March, and a yearly total of $23,683.29 for a secondary residence. This includes time that she lived at Stornoway — a 34-room home that comes with a private chef in Ottawa’s poshest neighbourhood.
In the previous quarter of October to December 2015, Ambrose reported $13,990.99 for a secondary residence and charged no per diems. And before that, from April to September 2015, she claimed $6,900.12 for secondary housing expenses and no per diems.
More recently, from April to June 2016, Ambrose claimed only $399.36 in per diem charges and listed no secondary housing claims.

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