Trudeau gov’t paid social media influencers more than $600k to push its COVID, business agenda
(by Jack Bingham | LifeSite News) – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s federal government gave over $600,000 to social media creators to push the government’s agenda and products.
Calling the payments “partnerships with social creators,” Trudeau’s cabinet said federal departments and agencies gave $610,900 dollars to social media personalities to promote government initiatives such as Export Development Canada and public health COVID-19 vaccine efforts, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.
The information was produced via an Inquiry Of Ministry tabled in the House of Commons, after Conservative MP Warren Steinley requested the figures last year. Read Full Article >