Oh mercy no! Ontario isn’t a kleptocracy.

Ontario government gave $22M to teachers’ unions since 2000 with ‘no strings attached’: audit

Ontario’s auditor general says the provincial government has given teachers’ unions more than $80 million since 2000, about a quarter of that with “no strings attached.”

Bonnie Lysyk had been asked to investigate $3.8 million the province paid unions representing teachers and education workers over the past three rounds of bargaining, which were longer than normal due to a new bargaining system.