Canadian Politicians Keep Getting Busted For Tropical Christmas Vacations

As the second wave of COVID-19 rages across Canada, two politicians have been busted for taking holiday vacations to tropical destinations, even as their constituents are being urged to stay home. 

Ontario’s Finance Minister Rod Phillips said Tuesday that he “deeply regrets” taking a vacation to the Carribean island of Saint Barthélemy with his wife earlier this month, while Pierre Arcand, former interim leader of the Quebec Liberal Party, and his wife flew down to Barbados on Christmas day.

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