Opposition says government spent over $100,000 on 2 news pilots, then eliminated their jobs

    Loyola O’Driscoll noted that government announced the privatization of the air ambulance program two weeks before Christmas, forcing NAPE to break off negotiations.

    Opposition Transportation shadow Loyola O’Driscoll is highlighting government mismanagement in the air ambulance issue. He says Access to Information (ATIPP) documents just released show the Liberals spent over $100,000 on two new pilots, yet eliminated the positions just before Christmas.  O’Driscoll noted that government announced the privatization of the air ambulance program two weeks before Christmas, forcing NAPE to break off negotiations. Documents show the Liberals paid tens of thousands of dollars in meals, accommodations, moving expenses, and pilot training in the United States only to eliminate their positions weeks later.  

     

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