Documents reveal the Liberals’ Climate Change department paid the World Economic Forum (WEF) to produce a report that made an economic case for their environmental agenda, including the ever-increasing carbon tax.
The records showed that Catherine McKenna, the Environment and Climate Change (ECCC) department’s minister at the time, gave $493,937 of taxpayer dollars to the WEF, to provide a report that “made an economic case for their environmental agenda, including the ever-increasing carbon tax,” according to The Counter Signal.
The ECCC paid the WEF to enable them to “produce and disseminate a report that will establish the business and economic case for safeguarding nature,” the documents from the ECCC reveal. “This report will be directed at senior decision makers in governments and businesses who have the influence and ability to shift business-as-usual approach.”
Back to 2018 Trudeau promised to WEF that he would fulfill a promise to impose a carbon tax on provinces unwilling to combat climate change, prompting instant protests from a voter-rich part of the country.
On top of that, according to The Counter signal, the Trudeau Liberals have a $105.3 million contract to develop a Known Traveler Digital ID — and the World Economic Forum (WEF) is a project partner. The project is described as a WEF initiative to enable governments to “access verifiable claims of a traveller’s identity” using a digital identity prototype.
It is incredibly concerning that this government can do whatever it wants without any responsibility or consequences. Billions of “pandemic” money, millions to Zelenskyi’s’ regime, thousands to WEF and other millions that public will never find out. All from pockets of hardworking Canadians. When will be enough?