by Spencer Fernando

July 12, 2017

More cash-for-access in Trudeau’s Ottawa.

A group called the Council of Canadian Innovators has been offering access to a high-level member of the Trudeau government.

There’s only one small problem:

They’re charging $10,000 for that access.

And if that wasn’t bad enough, the group is run by Benjamin Bergen, who was an executive assistant to Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland before she was in government.

All of that was revealed in a Globe & Mail report that raises further questions about how deep the cash-for-access system goes in Trudeau’s Ottawa.

Here’s what the report says was offered in return for the $10,000:

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