Report: Trudeau Government Seeks To Give United Nations Contract To Non-Profit Chaired By Former Lib MP Allan Rock

The contract is for “security council training,” even though the government has no idea if Canada will win the seat.

According to a Global News report, the Trudeau government is set to give a big contract for United Nations related work to a non-profit group that just so happens to be chaired by former Liberal MP Allan Rock.

“The Trudeau government is seeking to award a $120,000 sole-sourced contract for “security council training” to a company chaired by former Liberal MP Allan Rock.

According to a government notice, the contract is to provide Global Affairs staff with specialized training for countries preparing for membership on the United Nations Security Council.”

As I wrote previously, this is a total waste of money:

“This is a total waste of money.

What the hell do we have a foreign affairs department for if we need to pay an organization from another country to train our personell?

And why is the government so obsessed with the UN seat?

The UN is increasingly proving itself to be a broken and corrupt organization, and a seat on the Security Council has no real influence. After all, Canada would simply vote alongside the US and against China/Russia on all big measures, but since those countries have vetoes, even a surprise vote by Canada would just be shut down.

Canada’s government should be spending money on the Canadian People, not pursuing a useless UN seat.”

Now, the fact that they’re seeking to give the contract to a company chaired by a former Liberal MP seems to be total arrogance on the part of the Liberal government, who seem to think they can get away with anything despite having a minority government.


Spencer Fernando

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