Lost Seat At U.N. Cost $2.4M

Cabinet spent $2,446,026 in its four-year campaign for a seat on the United Nations Security Council, records show. It was the equivalent of nearly $23,000 for every vote Canada received in its failed bid: “There can be an unhealthy quest to get a Security Council seat at any expense.”

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