The QMI Agency has uncovered details of professional misbehaviour on the part of federal public servants. Apparently, “[t]he winner of more than a $1 billion in federal contracts lavished free horseback rides, denim shirts, harbour tours and golf tournaments on public servants who evaluated competing bids” for lucrative relocation contracts in 2002.
These revelations remind us ordinary folks how the other side—public sector—behaved under the Liberal governments of the 1990s and early 2000s.
The QMI report tells of bid-team members attending “gala dinners” and “Christmas luncheons.” Nice work, if you can get it, and you could get it when the Grits were in charge.
(h/t Bourque Newswatch)