WE Charity Controversy on UnpublishedTV
Author's Video Note:
The WE Charity Controversy has scuttled the Feds $900 million plus youth program.
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At Unpublished.vote you will find our podcast on this issue as well as articles, opinion pieces and research on the WE Charity Controversy.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 McTeague; Nelson 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Reflecting on our Unpublished.vote question, 85.4% of our audience feel the Prime Minister should step aside, while 13.3 percent felt he should stay, and just over 1 percent were unsure.