The selected candidate for the position of “Senior Advisor, Diversity & Inclusion / Anti-racism” will earn a salary of $100,200 to $114,592, more than half the income of an average Canadian.
It is unclear what the necessity for a “diversity and inclusion” advisor is. The ideal candidate should have “experience in developing, implementing or leading projects, programs or initiatives related to Diversity and Inclusion or Anti-Racism”.
The candidate should also have experience in “promoting Diversity and Inclusion or Anti-racism”.
The job listing was posted by the Courts Administration Service – Corporate Services – Human Resources Ottawa.
The Trudeau government has added over $500 billion to the public debt since the start of the pandemic.
Among industrialized countries, Canada has generated one of the worst pandemic track records, with a reckless spending spree that failed to generate a strong economic recovery.
Canada’s public debt now inches closer to highly indebted countries such as Japan as Greece.
On September 20th, Canadians will head to the polls for a late summer election.
The election, which many have deemed unnecessary, is expected to cost over $600 million in taxpayer’s money.