The cost of the drivers and luxury transportation comes from an exclusive access to information request filed by Rebel News into the ministry for expenses related to November's United Nations Climate Change Conference held in Scotland.
The total bill for the climate junket is pegged at $271,000 including $10,300 for PCR testing and $34,058.18 to a company called Little’s Chauffeur Drive. Receipts for taxis and rideshare services were separately submitted and not included in the limo charges.
In total, 211 people were part of the official Canadian delegation to the Glasgow conference.
A previous Rebel News story covered the details of who made up the enormous Glasgow entourage and were obtained through a House of Commons order paper question posed by Conservative MP Rosemarie Falk.
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