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The Canadian government took 211 people to the UN Climate Change Conference

Several union leaders including those from UNIFOR, Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation, the Canadian Labour Congress were also on the junket.

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The tally for the greenhouse gas-intensive UN climate conference trip is tentatively pegged at $1.07 million and counting, including $172,000 in airfare costs and another $41,500 in ground transportation fees.

The conference convened in November 2021 in Glasgow Scotland and came just weeks before public health authorities were demanding that Canadians forgo their Christmas and holiday gatherings in the name of battling the spread of the coronavirus.

The details of the enormous entourage were obtained through a House of Commons order paper question posed by Conservative MP Rosemarie Falk.

The taxpayer-funded delegation included dozens of representatives from private industry and the financial sector.

Executives from Fortis, Capital Power, Brainbox AI, Bank of Montreal and Vancity Community Investment Bank all hitched a ride with the Canadian government team to Glasgow for the yearly United Nations gathering of climate worriers.

Several union leaders including those from UNIFOR, Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation, the Canadian Labour Congress were also on the junket.

Isabelle Brais, the wife of Quebec Premier Francois Legault, was also on the trip. No reason was given for her presence and no affiliation was identified and no other wives of other politicians were listed as part of the Canadian delegation.

Rebel News is filing an access to information request to obtain the final bill for the Glasgow climate party. To help offset our research and filing costs, please visit www.RebelInvestigates.com.

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