WE Charity Controversy on UnpublishedTV

WE Charity Controversy on UnpublishedTV
Posted on August 10, 2020 | Unpublished Admin | Written on August 10, 2020
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Author's Note:

Author's Note:

Special Guests: 

  • Dan McTeague, Former Liberal MP
  • Nelson Wiseman, Political Science Prof. University of Toronto
  • Christian Bourque, Executive Vice President Leger
  • Michael Bociurkiw, Global Affairs analyst

Author's Video Note:

The WE Charity Controversy has scuttled the Feds $900 million plus youth program.

However, you’re watching and listening to our show, whether through our social media channels on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or on our podcast channels—iTunes, GooglePlay, Spotify, iHeartRadio and more—I would like to remind you that you can “cast your vote” on this topic at Unpublished.vote, and then email your MP to tell them why.

At Unpublished.vote you will find our podcast on this issue as well as articles, opinion pieces and research on the WE Charity Controversy. 

Our question this week is:

Do you think the Prime Minister should step aside while the ethics investigation is conducted into the WE Charity Scandal?

Panel Guests include: Former Liberal MP, Dan McTeagueNelson Wiseman, a political science professor at the University of Toronto; Christian Bourque, Executive Vice-President of Leger polling, and Michael Bociurkiw, a global affairs analyst based in B.C.

Reflecting on our Unpublished.vote question, 85.4% of our audience feel the Prime Minister should step aside, while 13.3 percent felt he should stay, and just over 1 percent were unsure.

Watch the show here or catch it on our Facebook and our YouTube Unpublished.cafe social media channels.



Vote Now >> http://unpublished.vote//issue/929/we-charity#.Xy8lodINRls.link 



 

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