The federal government has released a detailed list of some of the expenses incurred during the G8/G20 summits in Muskoka and Toronto in June, specifying what companies got which contracts.
The numbers, totalling some $200 million, include startling price tags, like $4.5 million spent on a security fence erected around the exclusive Deerhurst Resort in the Muskoka region, or $3.2 million for shuttle buses. Another $300,000 was spent on sun screen and insect repellent, while $14,000 was shelled out for glow sticks.
Here's a look at the contracts and their values, as detailed in a report tabled in the House of Commons this week in response to a request from Liberal MP Dan McTeague.
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