Trudeau Government Spent $24,638 on 86 Cushions

Global Affairs Canada have spent a fairly large amount on leather cushions.

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According to new documents obtained by the Canadian Taxpayers Federations, Global Affairs Canada spent $24,638 on 86 leather cushions for its embassy in Mexico City.

That equals out to $286 per cushion.

The cushions where Canadian-made and where purchased in the fall of 2016 from a Regina-based company before being sent to Mexico City.

“It is a shocking figure for seat cushions,” said CTF president Aaron Wudrick.

What do you think about this? Is this far too expensive for embassy cushions? Let us know by commenting below!

One Comment

  1. not a crazy amount. $286 per cushion is expensive but not out of the world. Things are expensive nowadays

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