MUN President claims over $76K in expenses

A recently obtained access-to-information request (ATIPP) reveals the total expenses that Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN) President Vianne Timmons has claimed since taking office in March 2020.

The exact wording of the ATIPP is as follows “Any and all expenses claimed by President Timmons since taking office. This should include journey authorizations, travel, hotels, car rentals, entertainment, per diems, hospitality, catering, etc. Broken down by month would be beneficial.”

The first time includes travel, hosting, supplies, and other. The second table includes moving expenses.

Record created by Financial and Administrative Services to respond to ATIPP Request File #008-12-03-21
Date: May 12 2021
Date of ClaimTravelHostingSuppliesOther (per employment contract)
(includes hotels, flights, per diems, car rentals)(included wellness and personal tax prep)
March 20207890.84
April 2020741.31
May 2020
June 2020
July 202079.74
August 2020172.49
September 202010,595.67912.53
October 20203,169.07569.79
November 20201,215.8791.69
December 2020
January 20211,614.4360.22
February 20211,426.05663.9668.983,554.91wellness
March 2021
April 20212,814.44352.65962.59517.50 personal tax prep. 445.90 wellness
May 20211,908.0097.73575.00wellness
$31,375.68$2,730.58$339.20$5,092.50

Matt Barter is a third-year student in the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty at Memorial University of Newfoundland, majoring in Political Science with a minor in Sociology. He enjoys reading thought-provoking articles, walks in nature, and volunteering in the community.

One thought on “MUN President claims over $76K in expenses

  1. MUN cannot afford and most certainly does not need a president who abuses her “carte blanche” MUN credit card spending. A huge salary increase and now this! This president is doing anything but “leading by example!” Its time to print her severance Cheque!

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