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I'm keeping up with my French lessons several times per week to make sure I can best serve the franco-ontarien communities in my riding, and all Canadians. pic.twitter.com/WZ0AWipueF
— Patty Hajdu (@PattyHajdu) July 23, 2020
— 680 NEWS Toronto (@680NEWS) July 24, 2020
By almost any measure – the Mark Norman disaster, the Afghan Memorial controversy, fighting to re-equip the armed forces, boosting morale or stamping out sexual harassment – he was a failed Chief of Defence Staff. No loss in Jonathan Vance retiring. https://t.co/KekbErrRM8
— Don Martin (@DonMartinCTV) July 23, 2020
Global News Layoffs
Global News layoffs- 70 staff laid off due to fallen revenue & inability to compete. Union & Global News execs to request govn’t bailout.
In other news- Go woke, go broke.
— Lisa (@tweetheart717) July 24, 2020
WE Scandle – Kielburger on the leadership debate council
This WE Charity scandal tidbit seems to have been conveniently forgotten about:
"Craig Kilburger was a member of the advisory board that organized the 2019 election leadership debates." https://t.co/Kcy7govm8n
— Dean Skoreyko (@bcbluecon) July 23, 2020
WE has served Canadaland and reported Jaren Kerr with libel notice. They sent out a press release demanding an apology from Sun columnist Brian Lilley. They sent a letter warning Kate Bahen to stop criticizing their organization.
This isn't normal. https://t.co/0zx8eQabpF
— Justin Ling (@Justin_Ling) July 23, 2020
Yesterday, @Bill_Morneau said despite his position as finance minister, the blame for the $912 million project was with @BardishKW a jr minister with no department not even fully in charge of the file. I asked @PierrePoilievre if he bought Morneau's assertion
Watch & RT #cdnpoli pic.twitter.com/mx54GgYu5I
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) July 23, 2020
Circling the wagons
"I absolutely stand by him": Liberal MP @vankayak says he has "100% faith" in Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
Conservatives are calling on the finance minister to resign following revelations of expenses owed to the WE Charity for two trips in 2017. pic.twitter.com/ccrl4hsqDs
— Power & Politics (@PnPCBC) July 23, 2020
On July 11, @Bill_Morneau’s press secretary told @brianlilley both trips were paid for “In both cases the Morneau family covered all associated costs and expenses.” But Morneau directly contradicted that claim yesterday. https://t.co/N366x3fvG9
— 𝔸𝕕𝕣𝕚𝕖𝕟𝕟𝕖 𝔹𝕒𝕥𝕣𝕒 (@AdrienneBatra) July 23, 2020
Vacation or humanitarian
For those people trying to say the Morneau trip wasn’t a vacation, that it was a ‘humanitarian’ trip… here’s the flyer for the tour – it’s a regular trip they do for USD $4,395, the price WE quoted in their press release: https://t.co/rU952DKgKD
— Robert Jago (@rjjago) July 23, 2020
Trudeau family payments
3 person review
— Todd Battis (@battisctv) July 23, 2020
No one charged
— Ottawa Citizen (@OttawaCitizen) July 23, 2020