Travel and Hospitality Expenses Reports

Ministers and their exempt staff (Historical)

MacDougall, Andrew, Associate Director of Communications (ending March 31, 2012)

Travel Expenses - 2009

Date(s) Purpose Total Cost
01-12 to 01-13 Accompany Prime Minister to Vancouver to join Premier Gordon Campbell to officially start the construction on South Fraser Perimeter Road (government aircraft) $322.49
03-31 to 04-04 Accompany Prime Minister to London and Strasbourg for the G20 Summit and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Summit (government aircraft) $622.98
04-09 Accompany Prime Minister to Edmonton and Calgary $727.65
05-31 to 06-01 Accompany Prime Minister to Toronto for the Simon Wiesenthal International Leadership Award and for General Motors events (government aircraft) $271.95
06-05 to 06-06 Accompany Prime Minister to Normandy for the D-Day 65th Anniversary (government aircraft) $89.81
08-17 to 08-22 Advance and accompany Prime Minister to Iqaluit and Pangnirtung NU, Yellowknife NWT and Whitehorse YT for government events (government aircraft) $1,212.23
10-08 to 10-12 Accompany Prime Minister to Welland and Calgary for government events (government aircraft used for part of the trip) $1,533.24
11-12 to 11-19 Advance and accompany Prime Minister to Singapore to attend the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit and New Delhi, Mumbai, and Amritsar, India for an official visit(government aircraft) $538.16
12-01 to 12-07 Accompany Prime Minister to Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China and Seoul, Republic of Korea to attend Bilateral Meetings (government aircraft) $310.04
12-16 to 12-19 Accompany Prime Minister to Copenhagen, Kingdom of Denmark for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (government aircraft) $437.34
*Total: $6,065.89

Hospitality Expenses - 2009

There are no hospitality expenses listed for the selected person and year.


*Total does not include applicable taxes

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