REVEALED: Trudeau Liberals signed a WEF led ‘Charter’
SHOCK: documents reveal that the Trudeau Government signed into a World Economic Forum-led Charter that surrenders health authority to Davos

Mike Campbell

January 19, 2023

Conservative MP Leslyn Lewis revealed that the Liberals signed into a World Economic Forum (WEF) Charter that surrenders health and environmental authority to Davos. 

REVEALED: Trudeau Liberals signed a WEF led ‘Charter’

Lewis filed an inquiry to the Trudeau government in October and received responses last month.

In Lewis’ inquiry, she asked several questions related to the Canadian government’s involvement in the Agile Nations network — led by the WEF — that took place earlier in 2020.

“In Nov 2020 while Canadians were distracted by COVID, the Liberal govt signed a World Economic Forum-initiated Charter. The Agile Nations Charter will facilitate agile “rule-making” outside of Parliament,” Lewis tweeted. 

“Why the secrecy?”

The responses provided by Liberal MP Greg Fergus to Lewis indicate the Liberals are knee-deep into handing over sovereignty to the WEF. 

The word “digital” is seen 49 times in the document provided by Fergus to Lewis. Fergus said this globalist agreement would leverage a digital ID and “credentials” to facilitate whatever regulatory measures are established.

Fergus said Canada was one of seven countries to attend meetings held by the WEF and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. 

At the meetings, members discussed “agile regulation on emerging technologies.” 

“Canada expressed support for the proposal and provided input on early drafts of the Charter to inform the final version that was signed in November 2020,” said Fergus.

“Stakeholders provided general feedback, including support for the proposed priority areas (i.e. green technologies, transportation, data and communications, financial and professional services, and medical diagnosis and treatment)…”

Several organizations, including Facebook, IBM, and Siemens, also participated in this agreement.

Siemens’ head of government affairs said, “The proposed Agile Nations network, which fosters cooperation on rule-making, is a great step in the right direction.”

Facebook’s VP of public policy reiterated much of the same, expressing excitement towards international rulemaking.   

Fergus also said the Trudeau Liberals seek to “strengthen international ties to advance common regulatory innovation priorities and identify international best practices that can inform federal regulators in better designing and administering innovation-friendly regulatory regimes.”

This development only adds to speculation that the Liberals are happy to hand over sovereignty to the globalist WEF. 

On Wednesday, Canada’s Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, who’s at the WEF summit, was asked by True North about her apparent conflict of interest between serving Canadians on the one hand and sitting as a WEF Board of Trustees member on the other. Freeland ignored the question and kept walking. 

Last year, a different request for information from Lewis revealed that, in 2021, Canada partnered with the WEF on a $105 million project to develop a Known Traveler Digital ID.

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