Not to be outdone, Progressive Conservative leader John Tory also reached into his pocket for some Halloween fun.
He spent $150 on "Dalton McGuinty: All Trick, No Treat," baggies for the press gallery.
Handed out by a staffer in a monster mask, this goody bag is a reminder of Liberal missteps.
Expenses incurred by Dwight Duncan, the former energy minister and new finance minister, during a European trip last year are highlighted by a dog-toy squeaky steak with a $70 price tag and a can of diet coke for $9.66.
For Transportation Minister Harinder Takhar, who has been accused of not properly severing ties to his company (as cabinet ministers are required to) there was a double sided business card. Minister of transportation on one side, President and CEO of Chalmers Group of Companies, on the other.
The mini-chocolate bar at the bottom of the bag, once again, was the press gallery favourite.