Canadian Museum for Human Rights had almost $7M deficit after first year and wants more money from Ottawa
WINNIPEG — The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg had an almost $7-million deficit at the end of the last fiscal year and wants a new funding deal with the federal government.
The deficit is because of an $8-million tax bill from the city, the Winnipeg Free Press reported Tuesday.
The museum’s 2015-16 annual report tabled in the House of Commons shows the museum was in the red at the end of its first full year of operation.
This was a vanity project that the tax payer was forced to pay for, it’s a pile of virtue signalling crap.