Have Conservative ridings received more money from the government stimulus than non Conservative ridings? Some people certainly think so, and if that were to be true would anyone be truly surprised? I am certain that if you analyzed representative democracies across the world and across time, you would find governments rewarding the people who elect them to office. I am not saying that it is right or wrong or that it is happening in this case, just that I'd expect it to happen pretty much everywhere, especially with spending as discretionary as a temporary economic stimulus that many economists argued was unnecessary in the first place (and demanded by the opposition as a condition for not collapsing the government).
The irony being that if the opposition or their friends in the media want to expose this as a travesty of justice, they should be warned that it might backfire. First, they aren't alleging that Tory ridings received all the funding, just a slight disproportion. Are people living in Conservative ridings going to be outraged that the Government spent a little extra on them? Second, you are sending the message to people living in Liberal ridings that they can get a better deal by voting Conservative. Personally I have not analyzed the stimulus data, so I don't even know if there is any significant difference in spending. I just don't think that telling people that they will be better off electing a Tory is a sound strategy for a Liberal.
Besides, if stimulus spending is completely partisan as alleged, the Tories should want to spend money on non Conservative ridings to try and make those voters happy. We are in a minority government, and news flash, the Conservatives would like to win more seats than they currently hold.