CBC pundit Amanda Alvaro’s public relations company received $22,120 in taxpayer money from the federal government to give lessons on dealing with the media to a cabinet minister, according to a report from Blacklock’s Reporter.
Alvaro’s company was hired to give Minister of Women Maryam Monsef “communications advice and services”. The training consisted of three weeks of lessons from Jan. 8 to Jan 31 in 2019.
Trudeau government paid CBC pundit over $22,000
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