Author: Kate

The Librano Youth

WE Charity offered camps up to $25K each to recruit volunteers for Liberal grants

On a recording obtained by National Post of a June 12 video call between WE Charity and over 100 attendees, mostly from summer camp organizations, co-founder Marc Kielburger explained that he was looking for camps who can help WE Charity “move a reasonable volume” of volunteers.
 
“If your non-profit camp that could potentially move a reasonable volume of young people, and that for us is about 75-plus young people throughout the summer … there are additional funds that we can provide to you up to $25,000 towards your administration of that towards the camp,” Kielburger explained to attendees of the meeting. […]
 
In addition to $25,000 grants to camps who welcomed at least 75 volunteers, WE Charity promised in a posting on its website earlier this week to pay $12,000 to any teacher who recruited at least 75 student volunteers…

In other words, they were going to buy volunteers before paying them.

WHOhan Flu

Free Beacon;

Contrary to claims from both Chinese officials and the World Health Organization, China did not report the existence of the coronavirus in late 2019, according to a WHO timeline tracking the spread of the virus. Rather, international health officials discovered the virus through information posted to a U.S. website.
 
The quiet admission from the international health organization, which posted an “updated” timeline to its website this week, flies in the face of claims from some of its top officials, including WHO director general Tedros Adhanom, who maintained for months that China had informed his organization about the emerging sickness.

The Libranos: All In Da Family

PLEASE FORGET YOU EVER SAW OUR SLEAZE: WE Charity won’t be managing Student Grant program, says Minister Chagger’s office.

From the comments;

Yesterday I mentioned that Marc Kielburger sat as a director for two entities. The first turns out to be ME to WE Styles, Inc., a private company that consisted of one clothing store in Toronto. The store went under during the Wuhan quarantine. The second is Prince s Charities Canada, a charity of Prince Charles. It is legit, even though, well, the Prince is not.
 
I did find out that brother Craig Kielburger has two numbered companies, which can be seen here.

 
According to Wiki, numbered companies in Canada have numbers assigned to them from Industry Canada, if the person wants his corporations as a numbered company. There are essentially two reasons for them The first is that the entrepreneur is holding the company until he can find a good brand name for the company. The other is for tax avoidance or money laundering reasons, etc. Note that brother Craig s numbered companies are now four years old. […]
 

Here is some info on 14 Candlelight Drive, Richmond Hill, ON, where Craig Kielburger s two numbered companies are based: https://richmond-hill.listing.ca/14-candlelight-dr.htm

 
According to the above link, the house is valued at $1.9-million. It would be interesting to see who owns this house.

It’s Probably Nothing

Then, there’s the earthquake.

#ThreeGorgesDam

Update: China announces ‘No. 1 Flood’ for Three Gorges Dam headwaters

Wuhan Knew?

WSJ (paywalled); Hydroxychloroquine Given Early Helped Coronavirus Patients, Study Finds…

An antimalarial drug helped reduce deaths in hospitalized patients infected with Covid-19, according to a large retrospective study published Thursday.
 
Coronavirus patients treated with the drug hydroxychloroquine within the first two days of admission were more likely to survive than patients who received other treatment, according to the study, which was published online by the International Journal of Infectious Diseases.

Detroito News: “As doctors and scientists, we look to the data for insight,” said Steven Kalkanis, CEO of the Henry Ford Medical Group. “And the data here is clear that there was a benefit to using the drug as a treatment for sick, hospitalized patients.”

In The Mail

A new offering by loyal SDA supporter Bill Greenwood.

It’s September in Iowa, and the changing of the seasons brings with it the time for the farmers to fill their granaries with the bounty of the rains of spring, and the heat of the summer. David Lichtman is in the November of his life…

Check it out at Amazon.


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