Gov’t Flies Hip-Hop To Arctic

The Department of Canadian Heritage is billing taxpayers to fly hip-hop dancers, rappers and African drummers to Nunavut to observe Black History Month in February, accounts show. Documents detail nearly $83,000 in funding including talent fees for one senator to visit Nunavut: “This is not something I wish to discuss with you.”

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