A Deficit Museum Perhaps?

The Bank of Canada, responsible for monitoring the nation’s financial fitness, lost more than a million dollars a year operating a little-noticed Currency Museum, records show. The museum closed this year after running a $1.7 million annual budget with a staff of 24, including a $114,000-a year curator.

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