Breaking news on WE. An Indigenous journalist is criminalized for doing his job. And mass panic appears to be on the newly minted curriculum. One Dish One Mic’s Karl Dockstader co-hosts.
Blames COVID-19, fallout from “political battles and misinformation”
Like some other WE entities, the non-real-estate activities of the ME to WE Foundation of Canada can be difficult to decipher
Last week’s House Finance Committee hearings into the WE Charity scandal yielded few new insights into why the government awarded it a massive sole-source contract or how the organization itself operates. Thankfully, the press has continued to turn up information that MPs have not.
What we’ve learned about WE’s main American entities, whose address is a law firm in an office park outside Buffalo
“Only private charters could land at Bogani,” says former WE employee
They won’t say how much international-development money actually gets spent in Canada
Properties on Carlton Street are part of a once-expansive portfolio owned by the parents of Craig and Marc Kielburger
“Massive red flag,” says charity watchdog
We have some questions about WE’s government contract and their internal accounting. And the story of how a Canadian media outlet suppressed assault allegations against Peter Nygard.
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