Trudeau Liberals catch heat for $20M donation to defunct Clinton Foundation

The Trudeau Liberals gave the Clinton Foundation $20M to “support projects that will provide critical sexual and reproductive health services around the world.”, but didn’t they already announce funding of $650M for these same issues on International Women’s Day?

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  • Alain

    On top of rewarding a convicted terrorist with our money, he now gives more of our money to organised crime. Note that it is never his money he throws around so freely.

    • terrence22

      Yes, he is VERY “generous” with other people’s money

  • Tooth&Claw

    You should see the other names involved in the Clinton Foundation. Frank Mckenna, Frank and Belinda Stronach, Frank Giustra are on that list.

    • Surele Surele

      What’s wrong with men named Frank?

      • Tooth&Claw

        I found that rather intriguing as well.

  • BillyHW

    It is a crime that Canadian taxpayer dollars are going to the Clinton Foundation to enrich that rapist and that rapist enabler.

    This is of course what happens when you let women vote. They need to feel good about themselves yo.

  • tom_billesley

    Is Defunct Clinton the one in the blue dress?

    • Will Quest

      I believe this is the first time I see this old-hag in a dress !!!!!!!

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The foundation is alive and well and looking to suck up more cash from fools who think they can buy influence.

  • Shebel

    Not every Country will give a majority vote to a
    TRAITOR .

  • Shebel

    YOU are a real PRICK—–Justin.

  • Shebel

    Hey Justin !, —Time for a photo -op ‘
    No it has nothing to do with Islam.
    It is ALL about Christians.

    Second new church along Navan Road moves ahead

    Dome and tower part of plans

    News
    Apr 10, 2017

    by
    Brier Dodge

    Orleans News

    The proposed design for the St.
    George and St. Antony Coptic Orthodox Church on Navan Road, designed by
    Mounir A. Fam. – City of Ottawa planning document

    The city’s agriculture and rural affairs committee has
    approved the proposed St. George and St. Antony Coptic Orthodox Church
    in the Notre-Dame-des-Champs neighbourhood.

    The new church would be built at Navan Road near
    Mer-Bleue Road, across the street from where the Carleton Baptist Church
    would like to build it’s church.

    The city had to approve rezoning of the properties to allow a place of worship.

    The building’s proposed design includes a 19-metre dome and 24-metre tower.

    There is also a dwelling proposed on site, which would be used for church clergy.

    Planning staff received three comments from the public,
    which included opinions that the building will affect the value of
    properties and increase property tax, affect commutes, be loud, destroy
    natural surroundings and that the building is too big.

    In the planning document submitted to the committee,
    planners said they have no reason to believe the church will cause
    property value to decrease or affect property taxes, that church traffic
    is in off-peak times, and they’ll be required to follow the noise
    bylaw.

    The city also received feedback that the church will be
    a good addition to the community and complement the planned church
    across the street.

    by Brier Dodge

    Brier Dodge is a reporter-photographer with the Orléans News
    and Ottawa Metroland Media publications. She can be reached at brier.dodge@metroland.com.
    Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

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  • Shebel

    I dare you to be there fore the’ OPENING’—–Justin
    Based on the way that you have treated Coptic Christians.

    • Shebel

      It is going to be open ,just about the time , that you are seeking RE-election.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    Justin must be worried about being assassinated. He’s paid them off with a big donation…

    • Shebel

      What now ?

  • Also, this:

    “Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he did not reach out to Tabitha Speer in
    the wake of his government’s decision to apologize and compensate Omar
    Khadr.

    Speaking to reporters in Rhode Island after delivering the keynote speech at the
    National Governors Association conference on Friday, Trudeau also would not comment on reports former prime minister Stephen Harper called both Speer and wounded U.S. soldier Layne Morris after the settlement became
    public.

    “I did not reach out and I have no comment on what the former prime minister did,” he said. …

    In an unrelated case, Phillips is representing five CSIS employees suing
    for $35 million in damages for allegedly suffering racist, sexist and
    homophobic discrimination by management and colleagues at Canada’s spy
    agency.”

    https://ca.news.yahoo.com/trudeau-says-did-not-reach-011029113.html

  • Shebel

    What does International Woman’s Day -actually mean ?

    ” Spread your legs — a Muslim is about to LOVE you”.