Travel and Hospitality Expenses Reports

Ministers and their exempt staff (Historical)

Plouffe, Marc-André, Senior Advisor (Quebec) (ending May 27, 2011)

Travel Expenses - 2009

Date(s) Purpose Total Cost
03-23 Trip to Quebec City for a government event $716.58
03-26 Trip to Quebec City for meetings to discuss government business $347.00
03-31 to 04-04 Accompany Prime Minister to London and Strasbourg to attend G-20 Summit and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Summit (governement aircraft) $428.80
04-17 to 04-21 Accompany Prime Minister to Port of Spain for the Summit of the Americas and to Kingston for a bilateral meeting (government aircraft) $226.22
04-30 Accompany Prime Minister to Toronto for a government event $274.98
05-05 to 05-06 Accompany Prime Minister to Prague to attend the Canada-European Union Summit (government aircraft) $140.00
05-06 to 05-08 Accompany Prime Minister in Afghanistan (government aircraft) $63.08
06-05 to 06-06 Accompany Prime Minister in Normandy for D-Day 65th Anniversary (government aircraft) $89.81
06-15 Advance trip in preparation for Prime Minister's visit to Quebec City for a government event $757.51
06-24 Accompany Prime Minister to Quebec City $368.00
07-07 to 07-11 Accompany Prime Minister to L’Aquila, Italy to attend the G-8 (government aircraft) $312.55
08-26 to 08-29 Accompany Prime Minister to Inuvik, Dawson City and Tuktoyaktuk (government aircraft) $677.47
09-17 to 09-18 Trip to Quebec City for government business $653.20
11-02 Trip to Montreal, QC for government business $256.00
12-08 to 12-09 Travel to Quebec City and to Montreal, QC to discuss government business $1,075.57
12-16 to 12-19 Accompany the Prime Minister to Copenhagen, Kingdom of Denmark for the United Nations Climate Change Conference (government aircraft) $4,809.94
*Total: $11,196.71

Hospitality Expenses - 2009

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


*Total does not include applicable taxes

Please note that information that would normally be withheld under the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act does not appear on this web site.