RCMP to receive all files on Trudeau’s $1 billion green fund
Following a successful Conservative motion, the RCMP will receive all documents on Trudeau’s $1 billion green fund, which has been marked by scandal and stinks of corruption.

TCS Wire

June 11, 2024

Following a successful Conservative motion, the RCMP will receive all documents on Trudeau’s $1 billion green fund, which has been marked by scandal and stinks of corruption.

RCMP to receive all files on Trudeau’s $1 billion green fund

This latest news comes just days after the fund was closed down following Auditor General Karen Hogan’s report found Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) violated conflict of interest policies 90 times and awarded $59 million to 10 ineligible projects that lied about potential environmental benefits.

In analyzing just eight projects, which were given $51 million, Hogan said that the projects “did not support the development or demonstration of a new technology or the projected environmental benefits were unreasonable.”

Furthermore, as per the report, “We found that in 12 out of 18 completed projects in our sample, the projected reduction of greenhouse gas emissions [was], on average, half of what was presented at the time the project proposals were assessed.”

The report concludes by stating, “Not managing conflicts of interest — whether real, perceived, or potential — increases the risk that an individual’s duty to act in the best interests of the foundation is affected, particularly when making decisions to award funding.”

Employee blows the whistle on SDTC

In 2021, SDTC began receiving $1 billion following the signing of a 5-year agreement. Almost immediately, the organization began engaging in activities whistleblowers alleged constituted mass-scale financial corruption, which they further stated the federal government was trying to cover up.

According to whistleblower Israr Ahmad, who worked for SDTC for two years in the finance department, nearly $150 million in taxpayer funds went directly to businesses that had ties to SDTC executives, leading Conservative MPs and onlookers to refer to SDTC as nothing less than a “green slush fund”.

Moreover, despite the documents he submitted, “Not a single one of the individuals responsible for these issues has faced a single consequence,” he said.

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