Canada’s Finance Minister, Chrystia Freeland, will attend the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos next week.
The WEF’s annual meeting, chaired by founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab, will occur from January 16 – 20 in the Swiss town.
“The world today is at a critical inflection point. The sheer number of ongoing crises calls for bold collective action,” said the WEF.
“The Annual Meeting will bring together leaders from government, business and civil society to address the state of the world and discuss priorities for the year ahead.”
Speakers at the upcoming WEF conference haven’t yet been announced, so it’s unclear if Freeland will take the podium while participating at the globalist gathering titled “Cooperation in a Fragmented World.”
Freeland is one of a handful of members who represent the WEF’s Board of Trustees.
Trustees are defined as “exceptional individuals who act as guardians of its mission and values, and oversee the Forum’s work in promoting true global citizenship.”
In promoting the event, the WEF’s “how to follow us” page created controversy recently.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk tweeted that he was once invited to the Davos meeting but declined because he thought it sounded boring. Subsequently, Twitter users observed that the WEF removed Twitter from its “how to follow us” page, which directs users to its social media platforms.
The WEF kept other social media platforms up, including Tiktok, WeChat, and Weibo, all operating out of communist China.
After this development garnered public attention, the WEF readded Twitter to its “how to follow us” page without any links.