No Joke: The Trudeau Liberals Want A Taxpayer-Funded ‘Feminism Ambassador’

As investment collapses, our economy slows, our borders get treated as a joke, and our trade relationships crumble, the Trudeau Liberals apparently think more virtue-signalling is the answer.

It sounds like someone making a joke about the Trudeau government’s obsession with virtue-signalling. But unfortunately, it’s not a joke.

According to Global News, the Trudeau government wants to create either a ‘feminism ambassador’ or a ‘feminism special envoy’:

The report says, “According to emails, memos and various drafts of option papers obtained by Global News under access to information laws, the federal government is considering creating a new position of ambassador or special envoy to promote feminism around the world.”

‘“The purpose of this memorandum is to present options for the possible appointment of a special envoy or ambassador for gender equality to advance our feminist approach to international policy,” reads one of several included memos prepared by officials at Global Affairs Canada last year for Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland.”

Priorities?

You would think the government would be focused on the many problems facing our country, including the fact that investment in Canada is collapsing, we are badly losing in terms of competitiveness with the US and other markets, and that our trade relationship with our closest partner is in serious decline.

Nope.

Instead the government is doubling down on the same empty virtue-signalling approach that has failed so miserably.

The Trudeau Liberals clearly think that actions are meaningless, and words are all that matters. But as we can see all around us, that’s not how the real world works, and as long as the Trudeau government ignores the reality, the worse things will get for Canadians.

Spencer Fernando

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