'The key thing is it all comes down to ego. All these people have some of the biggest egos in the country,' said one Conservative staffer.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and Conservative leader Andrew Scheer are ultimately in charge of most of the MPs on the Hill. Some Liberal and Conservative MP Hill staffers say their salaries are low, they have no job security, work 60-70 hours each week, and their MPs don't treat them with respect. They want their party leadership to ensure that they get a work environment with better salaries and more predictable work hours. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
Some Liberal and Conservative MPs are on a “power trip” and treat their staff “like cattle,” say some staffers, who add that they want fair compensation for their work and standardized employment practices in MPs’ offices.
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