More Kenney travel woes: Closest advisor bills $45,000 in London travel

  Edmonton Journal 

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Premier Jason Kenney’s closest adviser racked up more than $45,000 worth of expenses, including thousands of dollars’ worth of flights, meals and stays in London’s fanciest hotels, charges the NDP opposition. David Knight-Legg — a Yale and Oxford-educated international banker earning $195,000 a year as the premier’s principal advisor — expensed $18,680.77 for four trips […]

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