Tag Archives: fraud

Trudeau Family-Supported WE Charity Accused of CHILD LABOUR Exploitation

“A CANADALAND investigation reveals that WE is connected to three companies known to use CHILD AND SLAVE LABOUR labour. WE logos can be found promoting products made in part BY CHILDREN.

Canada’s Massive Foreign Funding To Afghanistan “GONE MISSING” — Terrorism Expert

“I was in Afghanistan in 2009 to train Ministry Internal Auditors in fighting corruption. We were told of SO MANY existing corruption cases that the contractor I worked for SHUT DOWN my training group.”

Trudeau Govt Hand $120 Million In “Foreign Aid” To World’s TOP ECONOMIES

The leader is India, listed as #7 on Investopedia’s “Top 20 Economies In The World,” published in November, 2019. Amount of tax-payer dollars the Trudeau government gave to India in 2018: $64 MILLION DOLLARS. Canada’s economy comes in at #10–BELOW that of India.

Justin Trudeau “Attempting To RIG” Upcoming Canadian Federal Election

it seems the real election interference is happening domestically, and is in fact being LED BY the Trudeau government itself.That’s because Justin Trudeau’s corrupt media bailout is a clear attempt to RIG the next election in his favour

Trudeau Govt Cancel Action Plan To Combat Human Trafficking In Canada

In 2011, the Conservative Party of Canada pledged to tackle human trafficking, creating the National Action Plan on June 6th, 2012. It assembled “Canada’s first integrated law enforcement team dedicated to combating human trafficking in Canada and abroad.”
The Trudeau government cancelled the plan in 2016.

How Liberal Governments Of Canada Permitted An Asian Money Laundering Epidemic

Vancouver penthouses, ski chalets at Whistler, and holiday retreats in the Gulf Islands are among the thousands of properties identified in a dirty money probe that estimates more than $7 billion was laundered through the western Canadian province of British Columbia last year.

Canada cites espionage risk from Chinese nationals saying it plans to reject their immigration applications

An immigration officer at Canada’s Hong Kong consulate told one applicant “there are reasonable grounds to believe that you are a member of the inadmissible class of persons described in section 34(1)(f) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.”