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CBC News 29 Jun 2020

Trudeau defends decision to have WE Charity run student grant program

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said WE Charity is the only organization capable of administering more than $900 million in grants for students this summer. The federal Liberal government has been criticized for allocating such a large sum of money to a third party that has ties to Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire. 


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