Sometimes people confuse causes and their effects, or vice versa.
This is not one of those cases. In fact, it's hard to even come up with an adequate description of what this is:
In defence of the Ottawa office and its approximate annual price tag of $400,000, Rowe looks to Quebec, which has had an office in Ottawa since 1908.
Rowe said Quebec has found a way to get “millions and millions” of extra cash out of the federal government because of its office and the way it’s run.
He said the Quebec office has eight to 10 staff, moving and shaking all over the national capital.