The third-quarter expenditure reports for 2018-19 for Members of Parliament and the various House Officers were released on March 21.
Conservative MP Todd Doherty was the highest-spending MP over the first three quarters of 2018-19, based on numbers released in a March 21 report. He was followed by Conservative MP David Yurdiga and Liberal MP Bob Nault, respectively. CCF MP Erin Weir is the lowest-spending MP so far in 2018-19, excluding those supported by other offices or who were not in office during the full period, which covers April to December 2018. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade and file photo
The latest third-quarter expenditure reports for MPs for 2018-19 show spending is on the rise once again, reaching almost $103.6-million, an increase of roughly $2.8-million, or 2.8 per cent, from the same period last year.
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