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In an interview with News Network's Power a Politics , Oda refused to explain why she upgraded to a more expensive hotel during a trip to London last June and said that everyone should "move on" from talking about her travel expenses, according to CBC. "It was my decision," Oda said, adding that she wanted to make sure the Canadian International Development Agency was on a good footing and then spend Canada Day in her riding before announcing her decision and bev Oda doesn't regret charging taxpayers $16 for an orange juice and said today on her last day as the MP for Durham that she is retiring with honour and pride. Oda, the former minister of international co-operation, told host Evan Solomon that she was not pushed out of cabinet or asked to leave. She said she had been thinking about retirement since the winter. (www.immigrantscanada.com).
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