Trudeau departs for two-week family vacation to Costa Rica

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On Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family left Ottawa for a two-week trip to Costa Rica.

While they are required to use a taxpayer-funded Royal Canadian Air Force plane for security reasons, the Trudeaus have claimed that they will foot the bill for their accommodation in the Central American nation.

The Prime Minister’s official itinerary for August 1 states that he and his family are in Costa Rica for “personal” reasons.

Flight records show the Prime Minister’s RCAF CL60 was scheduled to depart Ottawa at 7:00 am EST, arriving just over five hours later in San Jose.

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