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Canadian gov. minister Oda dinged taxpayer for hotel smoking fine

A former member of the Steven Harper cabinet in Canada, Bev Oda passed along to taxpayers her $250 fine for smoking in a Washington hotel room in 2010. The former minister for international co-operation resigned from the House of Commons in July.

Press Secretary: MP Bev Oda smoked in office, charged Canadians

Ottawa - Although she is set to step down at the end of this month, it seems Canadian Member of Parliament Bev Oda can't step away from the scandal spotlight. It was reported that Oda allegedly smoked in her office and expensed an air purifier to taxpayers.

Op-Ed: Will anything change in Canada's foreign assistance ministry?

Ottawa - This week, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a small cabinet shuffle: the replacement of Tory Member of Parliament Bev Oda with former Toronto Police Chief Julian Fantino as Minister of International Cooperation. Will anything change?

Canadian MP Julian Fantino replaces Bev Oda in Tory cabinet

Ottawa - The Prime Minister's Office confirmed Wednesday that former Toronto Police Chief and Vaughan Member of Parliament Julian Fantino would replace Bev Oda as Minister of International Cooperation after the Durham MP announced her resignation.

Canadian Conservative Minister Bev Oda stepping down July 31

Durham - Canadian Tory Member of Parliament for Durham and Minister for International Cooperation Beverley Oda announced in a statement on her website that she will be stepping down effective July 31, 2012.

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