Trudeau announced last week at the XVI Summit of La Francophonie in Madagascar that Canada will commit an additional $112.8 million in aid to foreign Countries.
Included in those were African Countries and Haiti.
CIJ News reported the funding will be for:
“contribute to projects that aim to fight climate change, empower women, and protect their rights”
“will be used to stimulate economic growth, which will create job opportunities for young people and women, and to counter terrorism and prevent radicalization.”
Nothing much has been committed to the poverty coming to Canada as the liberal government has increased and taxes with the proposed carbon tax.
The only jobs created in Canada are part-time jobs and full-time jobs have been lost.
More funds have been committed to foreign countries than within the Canadian borders, CIJ News also reported:
During his first official visit to Liberia on November 24, 2016, Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced over $12.5 million in new initiatives “aimed at supporting democracy, peace and security, inclusion, and gender equality in Africa.”
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced during her visit to Madagascar on November 23, 2016 over $7.5 million in funding for three projects that will be implemented in Madagascar.
During her first official visit to Haiti on November 18, 2016, Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, announced $54 million in funding to support various humanitarian and development projects in Haiti in the wake of the the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Read the full report here.