Timing in question

In meeting on March 16 The Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs was asking for the cost estimates related to Bill S-10. The estimated prison expansion of 2,500 fellow Canadian citizens which here not provided, as apparently they do not exist.

In meeting on March 16 The Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs was asking for the cost estimates related to Bill S-10. The estimated prison expansion of 2,500 fellow Canadian citizens which here not provided, as apparently they do not exist.

This would be a violation of Treasury Branch guidelines, which Mr. Day is responsible for.

What’s up with that and your timely resignation Mr. Day?

Dennis Baker

Penticton

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