Secret perks are a disservice to the public
It would be in the public interest if compensation and benefits became disclosable by law for all officials, including politicians, political aides, and political appointments. Such data should no longer be treated as personal information.
Katie Telford, chief of staff to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and the PM's principal secretary Gerald Butts. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
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