It’s “extremely complicated.”Here's the form.
It’s “very, very fuzzy.”
In the cold grip of an Ottawa winter, the “it” topic is the suddenly hot definition of residency for senators.
Sen. Mike Duffy, in a mea culpa performance, declared Friday that he misunderstood what is meant by primary residence when he filled out Senate expense forms, and may have wrongly claimed about $42,000 in living expenses as a result. He’ll pay back the money, but Duffy insisted he owns a residence — a cottage — in PEI and so is qualified to sit in the Senate.
Of course, tweeps are joking that maybe the Puffster should have had Senator Jacques Demers read it to him.
Image via Paul MacNeill.