But taxpayers still paid for half of your trip. When public service is being cut, when 19,000 public servants who provide services directly to the public are losing their jobs, everyone else is expected to tighten their belts. We get the feeling that the Old Port of Montréal is throwing money out the window. Your average Joe and Josephine won't be travelling to New Zealand and Australia. In addition, when you talk about 10 days of work to help the Old Port of Montréal Corporation make informed choices, I don't buy that.
On May 10th, 2012. See this statement in context.