$2B For Bilingualism Bonus

Payment of a yearly bilingualism bonus to federal employees has cost almost $2 billion since cabinet first proposed to eliminate the benefit in 1982, says a federal report. Cabinet has repeatedly attempted to repeal the bonus worth $800 a year to staff that speak French and English: “It has never been increased.”

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