Wilson-Raybould claimed $125K in spousal travel expenses during Trudeau mandate - 2019-09-10

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F0.png Wilson-Raybould claimed $125K in spousal travel expenses during Trudeau mandate September 10, 2019, Amanda Connolly, Global News

Canadians have paid more than $125,000 over the last four years flying the spouse of former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould back and forth across the country under the government's designated traveller program.

A Global News probe of MP expenditures and claims through the program revealed Wilson-Raybould claimed more than any of her former cabinet colleagues — and was the only non-Conservative MP among the top six highest claimants under the program, who all claimed above $100,000 in spousal travel expenses.

READ MORE: Taxpayers footed bill for $4.5M in trips by MP spouses, partners over last 4 years

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{{cite news | first = Amanda | last = Connolly | title = Wilson-Raybould claimed $125K in spousal travel expenses during Trudeau mandate | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/5876317/jody-wilson-raybould-cabinet-travel-expenses/ | work = Global News | date = September 10, 2019 | accessdate = September 12, 2019 }}