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Feds spent $1550/night for hotel room at Sharm El-Shaikh Climate Conference

The airfares paid by the federal government to attend the annual meeting of climate warriors known as COP27 have reached in excess of $600,000.

The booking for the $1127 USD (1548.63 CAD) executive suite at the Domina Coral Bay Hotel in the Egyptian resort town was uncovered in an inquiry of ministry asking for a breakdown of the $1,077,126.40 that Environment and Climate Change Canada spent on accommodations at last November’s global warming summit.

Another booking, at the Parrot Beach Resort, included a room with a nightly rate of $1096.63 CAD.

Other rooms at the same resort were booked for $790.25 USD ($1087.32 CAD) per night, and $816.26 USD ($1123.10 CAD).

The inquiry was posed by Quebec Conservative MP Gerard Deltell.

The airfares paid by the Federal government to attend the annual meeting of climate warriors known as COP27 have reached in excess of $600,000.

The final tally on those expenses is not in yet.

335 people were part of the official Canadian delegation to COP27.

Prime Minister Trudeau also spent a large amount on a hotel room, with $6,000/night in London for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

According to Rebel News, Trudeau stayed at the Corinthia London hotel — a luxury, five-star riverfront hotel, which included heated floors and complimentary butler service.

Source: Rebel News

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