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Kielburger on Voting habits of WE participants
RE: Millenial Voters
You've said that WE raises kids who are more likely to VOTE.
Your studies show 79% of WE alumni VOTED, that "highly coveted millennial generation that's so tough to get to vote."
— Vivian Krause (@FairQuestions) July 27, 2020
What are they hiding?
The Liberals must be scared to death about what's going to come out in the #WEScandal @SeanFraserMP has so far tried to limit witness times, appearances & the inquiry itself. Pls ensure CANADIANS get the answers @PierrePoilievre @Cooper4SAE – thank you! #cdnpoli #tcot
— 🇨🇦 Dr Gill Leighton 🇨🇦 (@DrGillLeighton) July 27, 2020
Trudeu testify thursday for 1 hour
— Globalnews.ca (@globalnews) July 27, 2020
Peter shutting it down
Happening right now, Liberal MP @pfragiskatos trying once again to make sure that the Commons finance committee stops studying what happened with the WE contract. #cdnpoli #WEscandal pic.twitter.com/IX4AUMf2qE
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) July 27, 2020
Shut down the vote
Liberal MPs shut down meeting tonight right before we could vote on having the Prime Minister testify for 3 hours instead of 1h.
He wants to give a speech and sneak out the door. I wonder why?
— pierrepoilievre (@PierrePoilievre) July 27, 2020
Kielburger for one hour
MPs threaten Kielburgers with subpoena after founders of #WECharity told finance committee they could only spare an hour for questioning. “They are going to have to testify for four hours at least.” https://t.co/rwSd9EQ6KP #cdnpoli How to watch… 1/ pic.twitter.com/qtHeK5BUOj
— Holly Doan (@hollyanndoan) July 28, 2020
Top 10 questions
Conflict of interest is glaring
Lib-appointed Senator cites @JustinTrudeau for #WeCharity "ethical failings", demands cabinet come clean: "Conflict of interest is glaring" https://t.co/ZIACvRrw9J #cdnpoli @MivilleJ @Bill_Morneau pic.twitter.com/0lOGHwbAct
— Blacklock's Reporter (@mindingottawa) July 28, 2020
Wait, 500 million? Wasn’t it 912?
WE starts work on May 5th.
Trudeau Lib. cabinet doesn't meet to decide until May 22.
Sole-sourced agreement to WE is signed on June 23.
Agreement is back-dated to May 5th.
$33 Million is front loaded to WE.
We need answers.
— Dan Albas (@DanAlbas) July 27, 2020
NEW: Youth minister Bardish Chagger confirms what contribution agrmt says-deal with WE was for a $500 million dollar program, not $912 million. If pgm costs had gone above $500 million, "I'd be leaning on the public service to have those negotiations and see what would be needed"
— Vassy Kapelos (@VassyKapelos) July 27, 2020
WE Charity contract came into effect May 5, Ottawa paid most administration fees within week of announcing program https://t.co/OkfO0EiQ1Y
— The Globe and Mail (@globeandmail) July 27, 2020
At no point were we contacted
"At no point did the government contact YMCA Canada about delivering that program," Peter Dinsdale, CEO of YMCA Canada, said.
He added that his org "absolutely" would've been capable of delivering the grant — though COVID-19 presents challenges.
YCMA was on the feds' list. https://t.co/q7nmU7zu9S
— Rachel Gilmore (@atRachelGilmore) July 27, 2020
Now we’re testing temperatures?
Starting on July 30, passengers departing Toronto Pearson will have their temperature taken by @catsa_gc as they approach the security checkpoint as part of new screening regulations from @Transport_gc: https://t.co/S9SgN1fb5M pic.twitter.com/hZRV95TBUu
— Toronto Pearson (@TorontoPearson) July 27, 2020
American association of doctors
3.2 billion dollar plan
— 570 NEWS – Kitchener (@570NEWS) July 27, 2020
Ontario budget for reopening schools