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The Canadian Taxpayers Federation awarded golden pig trophies to politicians and bureaucrats who went above and beyond to waste your money.

The winner of this year’s Teddy Awards for government waste are:

CBC President Catherine Tait for handing out millions in bonuses while announcing hundreds of layoffs and begging for more taxpayer cash.

The city of Regina for spending $30,000 on a failed rebrand that came up with slogans like, “Show us your Regina.”

The Alberta Foundation for the Arts for spending $30,000 flying a Lethbridge artist to other countries to produce art few taxpayers would ever willingly buy or pay to see.

The Mission Cultural Fund for spending buckets of taxpayer cash funding birthday parties and photo exhibits for celebrities and making things awkward for countries around the world with sex-themed artistic performances.
[Music] Calgary we’re going to have a good time tonight let me tell you and we’re going to start with a category you Calgary folks know all too well the municipal government waste category yeah but first hey Ryan are you ready Porky are you ready Calgary are you ready Regina wanted to give the city a Rebrand tourism Regina became experience Regina oh God they came up with slogans like Regina the city that rhymes with fun and if there’s anyone out there who doesn’t get it you can ask this guy he’ll explain it to you maybe even more than you’d like well Regina is fun until you’re paying for college 18 years later they also had this slogan show us your Regina that was their actual slogan and it worked it was the most attention Regina has gotten since college so this Rebrand cost Regina taxpayers $30,000 but after boo yeah but after some backlash Regina quickly pulled out and scrapped the Rebrand because show us your vagina isn’t something you can say on the first date if there’s one city hall that knows a thing or two about crack pipes it’s Toronto Toronto spent $33,000 buying branded stickers for crack pipes [Music] the $33,000 that was not for the crack pipes themselves it wasn’t even for the drugs they spent $33,000 putting stickers on the crack pipes they’re handing out because if there’s anything that crack Checkers or crack users are double-checking it’s whether their government pipe is government certified we decided to think of a new slogan for Toronto tourism experience Toronto sure you can’t afford a home but at least your free crackpipe is approved by Olivia [Applause] Chow how does the city of Montreal want to tackle its crime problem hire more cops no get tough on drugs not that either Montreal is spending $420 ,000 putting up animal statues in one of its most violent neighborhoods it’s like a therapy pet for criminals nice pick because you know what that criminal is probably thinking yeah I was going to steal that lady’s purse until I saw this statue of a giraffe and maybe I’ll just go to the zoo instead but wait a minute who’s going to protect the statue because in Montreal a St is the most dangerous thing you can be you’re going to like this one Edmonton spent $60 million on a fleet of electric buses but there was one totally unforeseeable problem it gets cold in Edmonton so the batteries froze and the electric buses don’t work so what did the city of Edmonton do did they trade in their electric buses for ones that run on something like oh I don’t know gasoline of course not it’s Edmonton we’re talking about they spent $200,000 on blankets to warm up the batteries of their electric [Applause] buses and and the electric buses still don’t work it turns out even if you have blankets when it’s minus 400 it’s still cold enough to freeze the batteries off an electric bus Halifax it Department lost 450 laptops Hillary Clinton would be impressed Hunter B said he thinks one of those are his but let’s get serious for a second it got so bad the auditor general was brought in because there was a cyber security threat until they realized nobody working at Halifax City Hall has any valuable information in totally unrelated news I just got a text from my buddies you can get a smoking deal on some slightly used laptops at the sunny Veil Trail [Applause] Park and with that ladies and Gentlemen let’s take a look at the winning envelope and the winner of the municipal government waste category is Regina Regina spent $30,000 on the Rebrand and then they scrapped it our investigative journalist his name is Ryan Thorp he’s over there and he’s sad he’s sad Rumor Has It Ryan still hasn’t experienced [Applause] Regina if you don’t like that it’s only getting worse folks and now to the provincial government waste category the government of Nova Scotia dropped $1.3 million building a home sharing app apparently Nova Scotia has never heard of Airbnb Kajiji or realtor.ca well I guess they couldn’t look up these websites cuz all their laptops were stolen hey hey maybe this is a good idea let’s go through the numbers Airbnb 150 million users Kijiji 31 million users realtor.ca more than 240 million visits to their website each year Nova scotia’s app not 12 million not 12,000 12 only 12 people use Nova scotia’s app even this guy can count to 12 if he takes his socks [Applause] off lebel province is spending $7 million to get the LA Kings to play two games in Quebec City the Montreal Canadian said they would play there for free now I’m no geography expert but I’m pretty sure Montreal is closer to Quebec City than Los Angeles it gets worse and here’s why other NHL teams said they would play in cities like Witchita Kansas or Independence Missouri for free Independence hey I’m sure some people in Quebec would like the name of that town maybe some of you here too so you have these other NHL teams that will play in other cities for free but for the Kings to experience Quebec they need $7 million and these are preseason games who wouldn’t spend millions of dollars to see some Benchwarmers the minister behind this acknowledged the Optics aren’t good and the timing ain’t great yeah because it’s the timing that’s bad not the 7 million tax dollars you’re spending this one’s doozy the Alberta foundation for the Arts spent $330,000 flying a Lethbridge artist to South Korea and New York this is one of her paintings you know what I call it ants on a [Music] poptart and it gets wor first everyone we’re going to play a little video of what she did in South Korea I swear to you all this was actually from her performance and we did you a favor we sped it [Music] up that’s her impression of living in East Hastings they should have paid her $25,000 to stop if you’re waiting for the good part that’s As Good As It Gets What did the South Koreans do to deserve [Music] this hey you know what I kind of want to make art like that does anyone have a case of beer and a futon now folks you know you messed up bad when even the government thinks you spend too much money enter former Manitoba law Dean Jonathan Black branch Black branch expensed more than half a million dollars including $50,000 on meals hey he’s a popular guy he was probably just eating with lawyers right to make Manitoba’s law school the best in the country only one problem these lawyers said they were never eating with black Branch at one of his favorite cafes the owner said he was usually there by himself folks we did it we found the one thing taxpayers Money Can’t by friends the BC government is dropping $150 million on some new construction no it’s not to build new homes no it’s not to help the homeless it’s $150 million going to the people who really need it you know the ones who are flying in from Europe on their private jets to watch the FIFA World Cup shame but folks but folks these people have a lot of needs they need a new VIP entrance they need new VIP Suites and they need a new VIP private walkway so they can head to the casino when the soccer game gets boring after the first two minutes and with that time to find out who is the winner for the provincial government waste category and the winner is the Alberta foundation of the [Applause] Arts hey is is anyone from the Alberta Government in the room here is anyone out there of course can you because uh because I found a way that you can save money don’t give this artist $30,000 just set up a camera for the next time I go to the beach in [Applause] Mexico well I’ll tell you someone who has a name coming up right now as we move to the federal government category you’re going to like this you’re going to like this sometimes the bills for a big party get totally out of hand the open bar the ban the fun face painting Trudeau and his cabinet had three Retreat parties in one year and they had a great time fancy hotels steak booze hundreds of friends these three retreats in one year cost taxpayers more than $1 million shame what was the theme of these one million doll Retreats affordability honestly I I think they need to expense themselves a dictionary but hey it really looks like Trudeau’s affordability Retreats are paying off here’s something I didn’t have on my bingo card [Applause] I don’t even have to tell a joke but I’ll try here’s something I didn’t have on my bingo card a CBC anchor citing the Canadian taxpayers Federation while grilling the CBC boss on live TV I’m just just curious about something I’m going to presume no bonuses this year I mean the Canadian taxpayer Federation set a freedom of information request showed 16 million were paid in bonuses in 2022 can we establish that that is not not happening this year it’s too early to say where we are for for this year we’ll be looking at that like we do all our line items in the coming months so there’s a there’s a chance bonuses could still happen at a time when jobs are being cut I again I’m not going to comment on something that hasn’t been discussed at this point so okay so you’re telling me there’s a chance yeah 100% chance the CBC executives are taking bonuses in fact the CBC paid out $15 million in bonuses in 2023 and you know what the only reason Canadians know about it it’s not because the CBC publishes this on their website is because the Canadian taxpayers federation’s investigative journalist Ryan Thorp dug it up all told the CBC handed out $114 million in taxpayer funded bonuses since [Applause] 2015 so that begs the question what have these CBC Executives done to deserve their bonuses we decided to check out their website what do you notice about those Executives or not notice I think they’re doing woke wrong but folks this is literally what we found looking at their performance metrics on the cbc’s own website take a look here let’s go Ryan all right let’s check out their performance metrics oh air I’m sure that was just one time Ryan let’s check out another one oh air more airs in a CBC nightly newscast one more time well who could argue with results like [Applause] that all right folks if this corporate welfare works the Calgary Stampede is going to look a bit different instead of trying to hold on to some big bull for 8 seconds Cowboys will be hurting these little doggies around the federal government spent more than $400,000 in corporate welfare to companies that want to replace T-Bones with this bad boy they want to turn these into Stakes sausages and falafal or how about a little bit of Cricut powder mixed into your morning bowl of Cheerios all aart of this guy’s balance breakfast I can tell your mels are watering and you’re probably asking yourself is Franco going to eat that [Music] [Applause] thing oh not bad but it ain’t no Alberta beef and a damn sure ain’t worth $400,000 h ly guys the aftertaste is pretty bad I think I need some shelter Point whiskey to wash it down grab grab your cup here we are little bit of shelter Point whiskey right on Cheers [Applause] everyone now you know what folks this might be the whiskey talking but I’m going to say something nice about the prime minister at least when Trudeau spent $6,000 a night on a hotel he stayed in the room wow no applause for the Prime Minister what a what a tough crowd in Calgary who would have thought his MP hey fry took things to a whole another level fry spent six $600,000 on hotel rooms that nobody stayed in Fry booked the rooms because she wanted to host a conference for European politicians in her riding of Vancouver now I’m not an expert when it comes to geography but uh here’s Europe and here’s Vancouver it’s not even close now apparently the Europeans are better at geography than fry because about half of the delegates didn’t want to travel that far and didn’t show up and a third of the delegates who did show up decided to stay at cheaper hotels now you might be spending too much money on hotels if even Europeans think the big bill is too high the government wanted to get rid of some deer locals shot dozens for free then Parks Canada stepped in and said the nine scariest words in the English language we’re from the government and we’re here to help predictably the cost ballooned well hunting does get a little more expensive when you’re the government and instead of a normal gun you bring assault rifles oh no instead of your buddy you bring a bunch of snipers from the US and New Zealand and instead of riding around in your old Chevy you rent a $67,000 chopper did the FED spent $800,000 paying American and New Zealand Hunters to shoot deer on a BC Island out of a helicopter they shot 84 deer that’s $110,000 a deer you know I remember when the Prime Minister said this yes but you don’t need an AR-15 to bring down a deer well apparently Parks Canada does they didn’t get so so folks let’s get this straight Trudeau is spending Millions taking guns away from law-abiding Canadian deer hunters and then Trudeau is spending hundred hundreds of thousands more bringing in foreign snipers with assault rifles to hunt deer what a the governor general spent more than $7,000 on limos in Iceland she was only there for four days I mean Iceland isn’t that big she could have probably walked across the entire country in that time but she didn’t have to walk far her hotel was a 7-minute walk away from the main Conference Center and she spent $70,000 on limos think about that right she could have bought a brand new BMW then she could have drove the wheels off it for four days then she could have ditched it at the airport with the keys in it and she still would have spent less money or you know for $70,000 Parks Canada could have shot seven deer all right let’s take a look at the winning envelope the winner the winner for the federal government waste category is CBC president Catherine Tate and she deserves to win after spending your money handing out millions of dollars in bonuses at the CBC but you know what how about we let Tate keep her bonus on one condition she defunds the CBC and now our most prestigious award it’s the Lifetime Achievement Award for was past recipients have included everyone from Premier and prime ministers to Boda and Bombardier this year’s winner is the mission cultural fund wait for it folks we first heard about this when the Prime Minister flew a Canadian Chef to India to cook Indian food I mean how else are you supposed to get Indian food in India so we dug a little deeper it turns out the mission cultural fund made some other key Investments like a $110,000 birthday party for Margaret Atwood in New York what yeah and a $52,000 photo exhibit for Rockstar Brian Adams so he can show off his totally awesome photos like this one oh and this sex toy show in Germany sorry folks or this one and honestly I I don’t even have a joke for this one I’m just going to read the description from the government a lesbian pirate musical featuring physically disabled performers that tells the story of two women who met while cross-dressing as male Pirates [Music] now thankfully we didn’t actually get a photo of this play but we think it looks something like this not to mention this slush fun was always over budget of course right but even after all that they St uck with it until finally one thing put it over the top what was the thing that finally killed the mission cultural fund sex stories from senior citizens in other countries sex St the federal government spent $112,000 paying senior citizens in other countries to talk about their sex lives in front of live audiences and they weren’t even Canadian seniors we were Outsourcing old people sex stories you know what nothing kills a party faster than this guy talking about his Glory [Applause] Days oh no because it was consistently over budget and spent buckets of taxpayer cash funding birthday parties and photo exhibits for celebrities and tortured countries around the world with sex themed artistic performances the mission cultural fund is a worthy recipient of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Waste thank you Calgary [Applause]

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[Music] Calgary we’re going to have a good time tonight let me tell you and we’re going to start with a category you Calgary folks know all too well the municipal government waste category yeah but first hey Ryan are you ready Porky are you ready Calgary are you ready Regina wanted to give the city a Rebrand tourism Regina became experience Regina oh God they came up with slogans like Regina the city that rhymes with fun and if there’s anyone out there who doesn’t get it you can ask this guy he’ll explain it to you maybe even more than you’d like well Regina is fun until you’re paying for college 18 years later they also had this slogan show us your Regina that was their actual slogan and it worked it was the most attention Regina has gotten since college so this Rebrand cost Regina taxpayers $30,000 but after boo yeah but after some backlash Regina quickly pulled out and scrapped the Rebrand because show us your vagina isn’t something you can say on the first date if there’s one city hall that knows a thing or two about crack pipes it’s Toronto Toronto spent $33,000 buying branded stickers for crack pipes [Music] the $33,000 that was not for the crack pipes themselves it wasn’t even for the drugs they spent $33,000 putting stickers on the crack pipes they’re handing out because if there’s anything that crack Checkers or crack users are double-checking it’s whether their government pipe is government certified we decided to think of a new slogan for Toronto tourism experience Toronto sure you can’t afford a home but at least your free crackpipe is approved by Olivia [Applause] Chow how does the city of Montreal want to tackle its crime problem hire more cops no get tough on drugs not that either Montreal is spending $420 ,000 putting up animal statues in one of its most violent neighborhoods it’s like a therapy pet for criminals nice pick because you know what that criminal is probably thinking yeah I was going to steal that lady’s purse until I saw this statue of a giraffe and maybe I’ll just go to the zoo instead but wait a minute who’s going to protect the statue because in Montreal a St is the most dangerous thing you can be you’re going to like this one Edmonton spent $60 million on a fleet of electric buses but there was one totally unforeseeable problem it gets cold in Edmonton so the batteries froze and the electric buses don’t work so what did the city of Edmonton do did they trade in their electric buses for ones that run on something like oh I don’t know gasoline of course not it’s Edmonton we’re talking about they spent $200,000 on blankets to warm up the batteries of their electric [Applause] buses and and the electric buses still don’t work it turns out even if you have blankets when it’s minus 400 it’s still cold enough to freeze the batteries off an electric bus Halifax it Department lost 450 laptops Hillary Clinton would be impressed Hunter B said he thinks one of those are his but let’s get serious for a second it got so bad the auditor general was brought in because there was a cyber security threat until they realized nobody working at Halifax City Hall has any valuable information in totally unrelated news I just got a text from my buddies you can get a smoking deal on some slightly used laptops at the sunny Veil Trail [Applause] Park and with that ladies and Gentlemen let’s take a look at the winning envelope and the winner of the municipal government waste category is Regina Regina spent $30,000 on the Rebrand and then they scrapped it our investigative journalist his name is Ryan Thorp he’s over there and he’s sad he’s sad Rumor Has It Ryan still hasn’t experienced [Applause] Regina if you don’t like that it’s only getting worse folks and now to the provincial government waste category the government of Nova Scotia dropped $1.3 million building a home sharing app apparently Nova Scotia has never heard of Airbnb Kajiji or realtor.ca well I guess they couldn’t look up these websites cuz all their laptops were stolen hey hey maybe this is a good idea let’s go through the numbers Airbnb 150 million users Kijiji 31 million users realtor.ca more than 240 million visits to their website each year Nova scotia’s app not 12 million not 12,000 12 only 12 people use Nova scotia’s app even this guy can count to 12 if he takes his socks [Applause] off lebel province is spending $7 million to get the LA Kings to play two games in Quebec City the Montreal Canadian said they would play there for free now I’m no geography expert but I’m pretty sure Montreal is closer to Quebec City than Los Angeles it gets worse and here’s why other NHL teams said they would play in cities like Witchita Kansas or Independence Missouri for free Independence hey I’m sure some people in Quebec would like the name of that town maybe some of you here too so you have these other NHL teams that will play in other cities for free but for the Kings to experience Quebec they need $7 million and these are preseason games who wouldn’t spend millions of dollars to see some Benchwarmers the minister behind this acknowledged the Optics aren’t good and the timing ain’t great yeah because it’s the timing that’s bad not the 7 million tax dollars you’re spending this one’s doozy the Alberta foundation for the Arts spent $330,000 flying a Lethbridge artist to South Korea and New York this is one of her paintings you know what I call it ants on a [Music] poptart and it gets wor first everyone we’re going to play a little video of what she did in South Korea I swear to you all this was actually from her performance and we did you a favor we sped it [Music] up that’s her impression of living in East Hastings they should have paid her $25,000 to stop if you’re waiting for the good part that’s As Good As It Gets What did the South Koreans do to deserve [Music] this hey you know what I kind of want to make art like that does anyone have a case of beer and a futon now folks you know you messed up bad when even the government thinks you spend too much money enter former Manitoba law Dean Jonathan Black branch Black branch expensed more than half a million dollars including $50,000 on meals hey he’s a popular guy he was probably just eating with lawyers right to make Manitoba’s law school the best in the country only one problem these lawyers said they were never eating with black Branch at one of his favorite cafes the owner said he was usually there by himself folks we did it we found the one thing taxpayers Money Can’t by friends the BC government is dropping $150 million on some new construction no it’s not to build new homes no it’s not to help the homeless it’s $150 million going to the people who really need it you know the ones who are flying in from Europe on their private jets to watch the FIFA World Cup shame but folks but folks these people have a lot of needs they need a new VIP entrance they need new VIP Suites and they need a new VIP private walkway so they can head to the casino when the soccer game gets boring after the first two minutes and with that time to find out who is the winner for the provincial government waste category and the winner is the Alberta foundation of the [Applause] Arts hey is is anyone from the Alberta Government in the room here is anyone out there of course can you because uh because I found a way that you can save money don’t give this artist $30,000 just set up a camera for the next time I go to the beach in [Applause] Mexico well I’ll tell you someone who has a name coming up right now as we move to the federal government category you’re going to like this you’re going to like this sometimes the bills for a big party get totally out of hand the open bar the ban the fun face painting Trudeau and his cabinet had three Retreat parties in one year and they had a great time fancy hotels steak booze hundreds of friends these three retreats in one year cost taxpayers more than $1 million shame what was the theme of these one million doll Retreats affordability honestly I I think they need to expense themselves a dictionary but hey it really looks like Trudeau’s affordability Retreats are paying off here’s something I didn’t have on my bingo card [Applause] I don’t even have to tell a joke but I’ll try here’s something I didn’t have on my bingo card a CBC anchor citing the Canadian taxpayers Federation while grilling the CBC boss on live TV I’m just just curious about something I’m going to presume no bonuses this year I mean the Canadian taxpayer Federation set a freedom of information request showed 16 million were paid in bonuses in 2022 can we establish that that is not not happening this year it’s too early to say where we are for for this year we’ll be looking at that like we do all our line items in the coming months so there’s a there’s a chance bonuses could still happen at a time when jobs are being cut I again I’m not going to comment on something that hasn’t been discussed at this point so okay so you’re telling me there’s a chance yeah 100% chance the CBC executives are taking bonuses in fact the CBC paid out $15 million in bonuses in 2023 and you know what the only reason Canadians know about it it’s not because the CBC publishes this on their website is because the Canadian taxpayers federation’s investigative journalist Ryan Thorp dug it up all told the CBC handed out $114 million in taxpayer funded bonuses since [Applause] 2015 so that begs the question what have these CBC Executives done to deserve their bonuses we decided to check out their website what do you notice about those Executives or not notice I think they’re doing woke wrong but folks this is literally what we found looking at their performance metrics on the cbc’s own website take a look here let’s go Ryan all right let’s check out their performance metrics oh air I’m sure that was just one time Ryan let’s check out another one oh air more airs in a CBC nightly newscast one more time well who could argue with results like [Applause] that all right folks if this corporate welfare works the Calgary Stampede is going to look a bit different instead of trying to hold on to some big bull for 8 seconds Cowboys will be hurting these little doggies around the federal government spent more than $400,000 in corporate welfare to companies that want to replace T-Bones with this bad boy they want to turn these into Stakes sausages and falafal or how about a little bit of Cricut powder mixed into your morning bowl of Cheerios all aart of this guy’s balance breakfast I can tell your mels are watering and you’re probably asking yourself is Franco going to eat that [Music] [Applause] thing oh not bad but it ain’t no Alberta beef and a damn sure ain’t worth $400,000 h ly guys the aftertaste is pretty bad I think I need some shelter Point whiskey to wash it down grab grab your cup here we are little bit of shelter Point whiskey right on Cheers [Applause] everyone now you know what folks this might be the whiskey talking but I’m going to say something nice about the prime minister at least when Trudeau spent $6,000 a night on a hotel he stayed in the room wow no applause for the Prime Minister what a what a tough crowd in Calgary who would have thought his MP hey fry took things to a whole another level fry spent six $600,000 on hotel rooms that nobody stayed in Fry booked the rooms because she wanted to host a conference for European politicians in her riding of Vancouver now I’m not an expert when it comes to geography but uh here’s Europe and here’s Vancouver it’s not even close now apparently the Europeans are better at geography than fry because about half of the delegates didn’t want to travel that far and didn’t show up and a third of the delegates who did show up decided to stay at cheaper hotels now you might be spending too much money on hotels if even Europeans think the big bill is too high the government wanted to get rid of some deer locals shot dozens for free then Parks Canada stepped in and said the nine scariest words in the English language we’re from the government and we’re here to help predictably the cost ballooned well hunting does get a little more expensive when you’re the government and instead of a normal gun you bring assault rifles oh no instead of your buddy you bring a bunch of snipers from the US and New Zealand and instead of riding around in your old Chevy you rent a $67,000 chopper did the FED spent $800,000 paying American and New Zealand Hunters to shoot deer on a BC Island out of a helicopter they shot 84 deer that’s $110,000 a deer you know I remember when the Prime Minister said this yes but you don’t need an AR-15 to bring down a deer well apparently Parks Canada does they didn’t get so so folks let’s get this straight Trudeau is spending Millions taking guns away from law-abiding Canadian deer hunters and then Trudeau is spending hundred hundreds of thousands more bringing in foreign snipers with assault rifles to hunt deer what a the governor general spent more than $7,000 on limos in Iceland she was only there for four days I mean Iceland isn’t that big she could have probably walked across the entire country in that time but she didn’t have to walk far her hotel was a 7-minute walk away from the main Conference Center and she spent $70,000 on limos think about that right she could have bought a brand new BMW then she could have drove the wheels off it for four days then she could have ditched it at the airport with the keys in it and she still would have spent less money or you know for $70,000 Parks Canada could have shot seven deer all right let’s take a look at the winning envelope the winner the winner for the federal government waste category is CBC president Catherine Tate and she deserves to win after spending your money handing out millions of dollars in bonuses at the CBC but you know what how about we let Tate keep her bonus on one condition she defunds the CBC and now our most prestigious award it’s the Lifetime Achievement Award for was past recipients have included everyone from Premier and prime ministers to Boda and Bombardier this year’s winner is the mission cultural fund wait for it folks we first heard about this when the Prime Minister flew a Canadian Chef to India to cook Indian food I mean how else are you supposed to get Indian food in India so we dug a little deeper it turns out the mission cultural fund made some other key Investments like a $110,000 birthday party for Margaret Atwood in New York what yeah and a $52,000 photo exhibit for Rockstar Brian Adams so he can show off his totally awesome photos like this one oh and this sex toy show in Germany sorry folks or this one and honestly I I don’t even have a joke for this one I’m just going to read the description from the government a lesbian pirate musical featuring physically disabled performers that tells the story of two women who met while cross-dressing as male Pirates [Music] now thankfully we didn’t actually get a photo of this play but we think it looks something like this not to mention this slush fun was always over budget of course right but even after all that they St uck with it until finally one thing put it over the top what was the thing that finally killed the mission cultural fund sex stories from senior citizens in other countries sex St the federal government spent $112,000 paying senior citizens in other countries to talk about their sex lives in front of live audiences and they weren’t even Canadian seniors we were Outsourcing old people sex stories you know what nothing kills a party faster than this guy talking about his Glory [Applause] Days oh no because it was consistently over budget and spent buckets of taxpayer cash funding birthday parties and photo exhibits for celebrities and tortured countries around the world with sex themed artistic performances the mission cultural fund is a worthy recipient of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Waste thank you Calgary [Applause]

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  1. This is kind of depressing to see this is all actually happening, the jokes on Canadians.
    These so called leaders are nothing like what leaders are supposed to be.
    Pathetic governments at all levels, and they just keep going and laughing at us for all the money they waste, and who knows what they are doing with it. I’m sure we all have ideas where our wasted tax dollars are going.

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