“Feminist Government Team” Within Trudeau Government Wants To PAY Businesses To Preferentially Hire Immigrants & Refugees

Report by Blacklocks Reporter reveals absurd ideas emerging from a Trudeau government Privy Council “think tank.”

Blacklocks Reporter has a new story revealing some crazy thinking within the Trudeau government Privy Council.

According to the report, “Staff in a report Feminist Government suggested cabinet fund a so-called Social Impact Bond to award cash grants to small and medium-sized sized businesses that give preferential hiring to immigrants and refugees. “The team decided on a focus that would reduce the number of immigrant and refugee women who are not making use of their qualifications and skills in their working lives in Canada,” wrote a ten-member panel that authored Feminist Government.”

The government reported was created by the “Feminist Government Team” which “includes employees with the departments of Foreign Affairs, Indigeneous Affairs, Infrastructure and Labour, the National Research Council, Office for the Status of Women and Shared Services Canada.”

Notably, the government didn’t name any of the ‘experts’ they supposedly consulted. They also didn’t say if “any business groups or taxpayers’ advocates” were involved in drafting the report.

This all sounds like a joke: A “Feminist Government Team” proposing that taxpayer money be used to give preferential hiring to non-citizens. But under this government, things that seem like jokes have become part of the ‘governing’ process.

That’s why it’s no surprise to read in the Blacklocks report that “The study did not calculate the cost or benefits, or impact on young Canadian unemployed.”

Of course not. Because taking the time to calculate that would require caring about the well-being of Canadian Citizens.

You can read the full Blacklocks Reporter article here.

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