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Inside Trudeau finance minister's free exotic vacation that totally wasn't a bribe

We all know what it's like to forget to pay $41,000 for a luxury vacation, especially Canada's minister of finance Bill Morneau.
Mia Cathell The Post Millennial

We all know what it's like to forget to pay $41,000 for a luxury vacation, especially if you're Canada's finance minister Bill Morneau. The politician had travelled with his family to Ecuador in 2017 and just now wrote a cheque to the WE organization in a historic case of amnesia—truly a medical anomaly.

You too can visit beautiful Ecuador on an all-expenses paid, no questions asked trip of a lifetime! Your family can wine and dine without a worry. Embrace this exotic's country's hospitality at no cost to you.

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Put down your wallets and taste all the "incredible complex flavours" of the Amazon with chocolate handmade before you from the best Cacao, Fino de Aroma.

Life can be hard for a Cabinet member. Yoga with a landscape view is one of the many mindfulness activities you can do in Ecuador on your "journey forward."

"When do you give yourself permission to lean on someone? Or ask for help or support?" Not everyone is perfect, not even Morneau. It takes "deep wisdom" to recognize this level of self-care and the courage to express to others, even when it's a secret bribe from years ago.

Don't forget the Amazon Rainforest. This part of the trip is "honestly life changing" and resonates with travelers. There's so much to learn from the indigenous people of the Amazon and many valuable lessons that are eye-opening to the struggles that people still face in Ecuador.

Who knew this all-inclusive package actually came at a price? Morneau didn't. Just put it on WE Charity's tab.

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