Wednesday November 14, 2018

Toronto schools pay high prices for small jobs

Here’s what taxpayers were charged for work done at a cash-strapped Toronto public school: Installing a $17 pencil sharpener: $143 to put in four screws, and $3,000 to install an electrical outlet on the wall in a school library. When asked by a Star reporter to justify the costs, union boss Jimmy Hazel said “We don’t need to f—— prove anything to anybody about costs.”  More…

Posted by at June 22, 2012
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