In September 2021, Craig and Marc Kielburger, the brothers who created a tiny NGO called Free the Children
A Canadian scandal holds a mirror up to media and politics in Canada, with implications for the US and other advanced democracies, and it’s not a pretty picture.
It is hard to imagine a time in human history like the last two to three years… From pandemic disinformation, to Russian propaganda that fuels its unjust war in Ukraine, to attempts to overturn the US federal election, we have come to accept that a level of lying will be present in every major event or issue of our day.
Tawfiq Rangwala, author, “What WE Lost: The Attack on Canada’s Largest Children’s Charity“ Tawfiq goes on the Shaye Ganam show to discuss his new book about the WE Charity scandal listen to the interview below:
A new book offering an insider’s view of what really happened with WE Charity and the Canada Student Service Grant (CSSG) – the political scandal that shook Canada in the first summer of the COVID 19 pandemic – has bookshelves across the country.
Author of “What WE Lost: Inside the Attack on Canada’s Largest Charity” Tawfiq Rangwala and Former Prime Minister Kim Campbell joined The Ari Goldkind Show
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This is a tale of great achievement and great loss. A tale of innovation and jealousy. A tale of conflicts of interest, governance issues, and risk management.
Tawfiq Rangwala has written a well-researched, solid account of the destruction of the WE movement in Canada. It’s remarkably clearly written. Rangwala is a lawyer who could have gone too deeply into the weeds of corporate and legal jargon, but What WE Lost is compelling and very readable.
Author Tawfiq Rangwala joins CTV News with more on his new book and the fallout from the WE Scandal.