Environment Minister Catherine McKenna in one of her videos featuring Environment Minister Catherine McKenna.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna
Let’s take a close look at these words.
“I think there are ways we can reduce costs.” Yes, don’t pay $6,600 to a freelance photographer in Paris to take pictures of dubious value of Environment Minister Catherine McKenna.
“We need to be mindful of the cost to taxpayers.” Well yes. If taxpayers can tell this is a useless contract to the photographer, surely the minister would recognize that too.
Furthermore didn’t McKenna come to office knowing that she needs to be mindful of the cost to taxpayers? Of course she did. The fact of the matter was that she didn’t do that.
“That’s something we are committed to as a government.” Really? So why all the problems with funny spending and questionable billings.
Here’s what I would like to hear from McKenna.
“I sorry. We made a mistake and I will try hard to see that it doesn’t happen again. I’m the minister and what goes on in this department is my responsibility. So that means I’m responsible for the mistake. I will personally see that it doesn’t happen again.”
Funny. Don’t see I’m sorry in McKenna’s statement.
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