g8 resort renos include $1,650 to remove bed, $3,500 to move light fixturesg8 resort renos include $1,650 to remove bed, $3,500 to move light fixturesg8 resort renos include $1,650 to remove bed, $3,500 to move light fixtures

by:Merttace     2020-05-18
OTTAWA —
Canadian taxpayers pay nearly $2 million
Including more than $1,600 for withdrawal
Build a luxury mascoka resort for last year\'s G8 summit.
Renovations include $500 to remove a small light fixture from a room, and $3,000 to raise a large chandelier in the main lobby of the dilhurst resort.
The Harper government picked up the bill, which also included $1,540 for carrying furniture in rooms used by the German delegation, and $1,650 for the removal of the King --
Size bed and headboard from the room used by the French delegation.
Canadian media obtained these details through the visitto-
Information request.
Nine months after hosting the June 2010 summit, dilhurst was sold to Skyline Hotels and Resorts for $26 million.
The public works spokesperson reimbursed the expenses for the renovation of dilhurst, and the modification of the above Room was made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs \"in accordance with the business requirements as determined by us\" and at the request of the delegations of the leaders.
A spokesman for Skyline Hotels said that most changes were requested for privacy and security reasons.
\"A particular delegation is asking for any specific furniture to move,\" Anne White said in an email . \".
\"However, the temporary changes may not be related to the accommodation of the actual leader.
In many cases, due to privacy and security considerations and the allocation of hotel floors or residential buildings in each country, requests for changes related to the temporary transformation of traditional hotel rooms and suites into a circle-the-
Temporary offices, work areas, and private meeting rooms.
\"As far as the French delegation demands the removal of a king --
White said that the size of a bed in its designated room was $1,650 and the price tag \"included removing wooden headboards from the wall and repairing/painting, etc.
On the wall to make sure it looks like there is never a bed.
\"Files obtained under access-to-
The information does not specify who requested a small chandelier to be removed from the hotel suite for $500.
White admitted it was \"a smaller fixture,\" but it was more important than just releasing a few screws.
\"The work order actually requires an electrician, an apprentice/assistant, and a carpenter to disassemble and relocate the large meeting room table,\" and the chandelier hangs presumably above.
After the chandelier was removed, the table was put back in place, she said.
Labels also include packaging and storage of chandeliers, White said.
\"Due to limited storage space\" of the resort \".
In addition, after the summit, \"the process was repeated in order to restore the room to its original use.
As for $3,000-
The fixture, White says, is \"very big and weighs hundreds of pounds \".
Therefore, raising it \"requires the rental use of an electrician, an apprentice, two out-of-office personnel, and two scissors --
When the chandelier is lifted to the highest point, the elevator has to be swayed and stabilized by two people.
Neither White nor public works explained why the chandelier needed to rise, although White said: \"It has to be restored to its original position once the activity is over.
Dilhurst also charged the government a 10-cent management fee for all changes, and many of them were \"relatively Last,\" White said\"minute.
According to public works, the federal government paid dilhurst $8.
2 million for accommodation, catering and renovations required.
Among them, about $95,000 was spent on renovation of office space and about $1.
£ 1 million for renovation of mission accommodation and $700,000 for renovation of conference rooms and media centres at the resort.
Department spokesman Natalie pennister said \"complete and complete documents\" are required before the government finally pays for any work done by dilhurst \".
She said these records can only be obtained by obtaining information.
However, access requests were subsequently made for all receipts related to $1. 9-
The million refurbished label did not produce nearly complete documentation.
About $1.
1 million in the decoration of the delegation\'s accommodation, only 12 documents were shown
The bedroom suite becomes six \"exclusive adjacent suites\", a project that requires \"Demolition, general construction, electrical and mechanical work, fixtures and furniture.
\"No detailed breakdown of the cost was provided.
With respect to the $700,000 used for conference rooms, the only itemized fee provided was $15,225 for \"drilling core\" and $5,861 for \"pavilion concierge desk relocation.
\"All other invoices only list the cost of the\" construction section \"and the ten-percent management fee for undetermined work.
The public works company stated that the contract number was included in the invoice and that the department was used to verify that the work had been completed before payment.
Detailed invoices were provided only for the $95,000 renovation of the office premises.
In addition to the chandeliers and moving beds, these invoices also show that the government paid $33,617 for the construction of a new computer room.
The extra wall board costs $30,386.
Bathroom facilities $1,650 data and telephone wiring $5,662.
$4,654 lock.
• $7,650 for pipes and exhaust fans leading the lounge.
Rent a flower refrigerator for $780.
PressOTTAWA, Canada-
Canadian taxpayers pay nearly $2 million
Including more than $1,600 for withdrawal
Build a luxury mascoka resort for last year\'s G8 summit.
Renovations include $500 to remove a small light fixture from a room, and $3,000 to raise a large chandelier in the main lobby of the dilhurst resort.
The Harper government picked up the bill, which also included $1,540 for carrying furniture in rooms used by the German delegation, and $1,650 for the removal of the King --
Size bed and headboard from the room used by the French delegation.
Canadian media obtained these details through the visitto-
Information request.
Nine months after hosting the June 2010 summit, dilhurst was sold to Skyline Hotels and Resorts for $26 million.
The public works spokesperson reimbursed the expenses for the renovation of dilhurst, and the modification of the above Room was made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs \"in accordance with the business requirements as determined by us\" and at the request of the delegations of the leaders.
A spokesman for Skyline Hotels said that most changes were requested for privacy and security reasons.
\"A particular delegation is asking for any specific furniture to move,\" Anne White said in an email . \".
\"However, the temporary changes may not be related to the accommodation of the actual leader.
In many cases, due to privacy and security considerations and the allocation of hotel floors or residential buildings in each country, requests for changes related to the temporary transformation of traditional hotel rooms and suites into a circle-the-
Temporary offices, work areas, and private meeting rooms.
\"As far as the French delegation demands the removal of a king --
White said that the size of a bed in its designated room was $1,650 and the price tag \"included removing wooden headboards from the wall and repairing/painting, etc.
On the wall to make sure it looks like there is never a bed.
\"Files obtained under access-to-
The information does not specify who requested a small chandelier to be removed from the hotel suite for $500.
White admitted it was \"a smaller fixture,\" but it was more important than just releasing a few screws.
\"The work order actually requires an electrician, an apprentice/assistant, and a carpenter to disassemble and relocate the large meeting room table,\" and the chandelier hangs presumably above.
After the chandelier was removed, the table was put back in place, she said.
Labels also include packaging and storage of chandeliers, White said.
\"Due to limited storage space\" of the resort \".
In addition, after the summit, \"the process was repeated in order to restore the room to its original use.
As for $3,000-
The fixture, White says, is \"very big and weighs hundreds of pounds \".
Therefore, raising it \"requires the rental use of an electrician, an apprentice, two out-of-office personnel, and two scissors --
When the chandelier is lifted to the highest point, the elevator has to be swayed and stabilized by two people.
Neither White nor public works explained why the chandelier needed to rise, although White said: \"It has to be restored to its original position once the activity is over.
Dilhurst also charged the government a 10-cent management fee for all changes, and many of them were \"relatively Last,\" White said\"minute.
According to public works, the federal government paid dilhurst $8.
2 million for accommodation, catering and renovations required.
Among them, about $95,000 was spent on renovation of office space and about $1.
£ 1 million for renovation of mission accommodation and $700,000 for renovation of conference rooms and media centres at the resort.
Department spokesman Natalie pennister said \"complete and complete documents\" are required before the government finally pays for any work done by dilhurst \".
She said these records can only be obtained by obtaining information.
However, access requests were subsequently made for all receipts related to $1. 9-
The million refurbished label did not produce nearly complete documentation.
About $1.
1 million in the decoration of the delegation\'s accommodation, only 12 documents were shown
The bedroom suite becomes six \"exclusive adjacent suites\", a project that requires \"Demolition, general construction, electrical and mechanical work, fixtures and furniture.
\"No detailed breakdown of the cost was provided.
With respect to the $700,000 used for conference rooms, the only itemized fee provided was $15,225 for \"drilling core\" and $5,861 for \"pavilion concierge desk relocation.
\"All other invoices only list the cost of the\" construction section \"and the ten-percent management fee for undetermined work.
The public works company stated that the contract number was included in the invoice and that the department was used to verify that the work had been completed before payment.
Detailed invoices were provided only for the $95,000 renovation of the office premises.
In addition to the chandeliers and moving beds, these invoices also show that the government paid $33,617 for the construction of a new computer room.
The extra wall board costs $30,386.
Bathroom facilities $1,650 data and telephone wiring $5,662.
$4,654 lock.
• $7,650 for pipes and exhaust fans leading the lounge.
Rent a flower refrigerator for $780.
PressOTTAWA, Canada-
Canadian taxpayers pay nearly $2 million
Including more than $1,600 for withdrawal
Build a luxury mascoka resort for last year\'s G8 summit.
Renovations include $500 to remove a small light fixture from a room, and $3,000 to raise a large chandelier in the main lobby of the dilhurst resort.
The Harper government picked up the bill, which also included $1,540 for carrying furniture in rooms used by the German delegation, and $1,650 for the removal of the King --
Size bed and headboard from the room used by the French delegation.
Canadian media obtained these details through the visitto-
Information request.
Nine months after hosting the June 2010 summit, dilhurst was sold to Skyline Hotels and Resorts for $26 million.
The public works spokesperson reimbursed the expenses for the renovation of dilhurst, and the modification of the above Room was made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs \"in accordance with the business requirements as determined by us\" and at the request of the delegations of the leaders.
A spokesman for Skyline Hotels said that most changes were requested for privacy and security reasons.
\"A particular delegation is asking for any specific furniture to move,\" Anne White said in an email . \".
\"However, the temporary changes may not be related to the accommodation of the actual leader.
In many cases, due to privacy and security considerations and the allocation of hotel floors or residential buildings in each country, requests for changes related to the temporary transformation of traditional hotel rooms and suites into a circle-the-
Temporary offices, work areas, and private meeting rooms.
\"As far as the French delegation demands the removal of a king --
White said that the size of a bed in its designated room was $1,650 and the price tag \"included removing wooden headboards from the wall and repairing/painting, etc.
On the wall to make sure it looks like there is never a bed.
\"Files obtained under access-to-
The information does not specify who requested a small chandelier to be removed from the hotel suite for $500.
White admitted it was \"a smaller fixture,\" but it was more important than just releasing a few screws.
\"The work order actually requires an electrician, an apprentice/assistant, and a carpenter to disassemble and relocate the large meeting room table,\" and the chandelier hangs presumably above.
After the chandelier was removed, the table was put back in place, she said.
Labels also include packaging and storage of chandeliers, White said.
\"Due to limited storage space\" of the resort \".
In addition, after the summit, \"the process was repeated in order to restore the room to its original use.
As for $3,000-
The fixture, White says, is \"very big and weighs hundreds of pounds \".
Therefore, raising it \"requires the rental use of an electrician, an apprentice, two out-of-office personnel, and two scissors --
When the chandelier is lifted to the highest point, the elevator has to be swayed and stabilized by two people.
Neither White nor public works explained why the chandelier needed to rise, although White said: \"It has to be restored to its original position once the activity is over.
Dilhurst also charged the government a 10-cent management fee for all changes, and many of them were \"relatively Last,\" White said\"minute.
According to public works, the federal government paid dilhurst $8.
2 million for accommodation, catering and renovations required.
Among them, about $95,000 was spent on renovation of office space and about $1.
£ 1 million for renovation of mission accommodation and $700,000 for renovation of conference rooms and media centres at the resort.
Department spokesman Natalie pennister said \"complete and complete documents\" are required before the government finally pays for any work done by dilhurst \".
She said these records can only be obtained by obtaining information.
However, access requests were subsequently made for all receipts related to $1. 9-
The million refurbished label did not produce nearly complete documentation.
About $1.
1 million in the decoration of the delegation\'s accommodation, only 12 documents were shown
The bedroom suite becomes six \"exclusive adjacent suites\", a project that requires \"Demolition, general construction, electrical and mechanical work, fixtures and furniture.
\"No detailed breakdown of the cost was provided.
With respect to the $700,000 used for conference rooms, the only itemized fee provided was $15,225 for \"drilling core\" and $5,861 for \"pavilion concierge desk relocation.
\"All other invoices only list the cost of the\" construction section \"and the ten-percent management fee for undetermined work.
The public works company stated that the contract number was included in the invoice and that the department was used to verify that the work had been completed before payment.
Detailed invoices were provided only for the $95,000 renovation of the office premises.
In addition to the chandeliers and moving beds, these invoices also show that the government paid $33,617 for the construction of a new computer room.
The extra wall board costs $30,386.
Bathroom facilities $1,650 data and telephone wiring $5,662.
$4,654 lock.
• $7,650 for pipes and exhaust fans leading the lounge.
Rent a flower refrigerator for $780.
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