Key members of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s inner circle will be speaking to the elite audience on various issues at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual summit.
The WEF just unveiled the programme for its 2023 summit in Davos, Switzerland. Topics include Ukraine and the global economy.
On January 18, longtime WEF member and deputy prime minister Chrystia Freeland will be on a panel hosted by CNN anchor Fareed Zakaria discussing “restoring security and peace.”
“The war in Ukraine has exacerbated a fragile geopolitical and security landscape. Bold leadership is required not only to restore peace and security in Europe but also for the world,” said the WEF event description.
“In a time of grave challenges, how can leaders collaborate and cooperate to defend our collective security?”
Freeland also sits on the WEF’s Board of Trustees.
Trudeau has also awarded Minister of International Trade Mary Ng by allowing her to have a speaking spot on a panel, despite her breaking ethics laws in Canada by giving her friend an expensive government contract.
Ng will speak on an investment and economic panel called “Bricks or Clicks: What kind of Investment do Economies Need?” on January 19.
“Many countries now invest more in intangible assets, such as IP, than in tangible assets like buildings and machinery, with consequences for innovation, productivity, market concentration and more,” said the WEF event description.
“What does the rise of the intangible economy mean and how should policy-makers respond?”
Freeland has been an adherent of the “great reset” and has even stated that the COVID-19 pandemic was an opportunity to implement it.
“This pandemic has provided an opportunity for a reset,” said Freeland in 2021.
“This is our chance to accelerate our pre-pandemic efforts to reimagine economic systems.”
The Conservative Party of Canada will not be sending any delegates to the globalist gathering, as first reported by True North.