The death of WE in Canada will kill any momentum that the opposition parties are seeking to pump up. But don’t expect them to stop trying. The program was killed, the finance minister is gone, and so is WE.
WE Charity co-founders Marc and Craig Kielburger, pictured July 28, 2020, speaking remotely to members of the House Finance Committee.
Photograph courtesy House of Commons
OTTAWA—The death of WE in Canada is shameful.
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