Take a look at some of the spending scandals - severance and personal - to plague Alberta Health Services.

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  • Andrew Will Severance

    Alberta Health Services (AHS) paid $738,000 in severance to Executive Vice President, Andrew Will, who left in February, after only 18 months on the job. The payment also included $99,000 in "at risk pay" for the 18-month severance period.

  • Stephen Duckett's Severance

    In the fall of 2010, then-CEO Stephen Duckett and AHS parted ways. His severance was more than $735,000.

  • Allaudin Merali's Personal Spending

    Former AHS Chief Financial Officer Allaudin Merali was let go after Elections Canada document showed he spent nearly $350,000 in taxpayers money on gourmet meals, $30-per-hour butlers, repairs to his Mercedes Benz and opera tickets, among other things.

  • Allaudin Merali's Personal Spending

    Former AHS Chief Financial Officer Allaudin Merali was let go after Elections Canada document showed he spent nearly $350,000 in taxpayers money on opera tickets, gourmet meals, $30-per-hour butlers and repairs to his Mercedes Benz, among other things.

  • Allaudin Merali's Personal Spending

    Former AHS Chief Financial Officer Allaudin Merali was let go after Elections Canada document showed he spent nearly $350,000 in taxpayers money on $30-per-hour butlers, opera tickets, gourmet meals, and repairs to his Mercedes Benz, among other things.

  • Allaudin Merali's Personal Spending

    Former Chief Financial Officer Allaudin Merali billed close to $1,900 for an event at a golf course.

  • Allaudin Merali's Personal Spending

    Taxpayers paid almost $1,750 to fix the Mercedes of former Chief Financial Officer Allaudin Merali.

  • Allaudin Merali's Personal Spending

    Taxpayers paid almost $2.000 to install a car phone in the Mercedes of former Chief Financial Officer Allaudin Merali.