How city councillors are spending your money
From the time councillors were sworn in Dec. 1, 2014, you've paid more than $750,000 for them to advertise to you, $50,000 for them to serve you coffee, doughnuts and, in many cases, to take their staff to lunch, and $168,000 for parking. So exactly how do councillors spend your money? We'll show you.
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