MP Chrystia Freeland continues to violate the law


An apparent conflict of interest exists when there is a reasonable apprehension, which reasonably well-informed persons could properly have, that a conflict of interest exists.

Conflict of Interest Act (S.C. 2006, c. 9, s. 2)

Prohibited activities

15 (1) No reporting public office holder (Chrystia Freeland) shall, except as required in the exercise of his or her official powers, duties and functions,

(c) continue as, or become, a director or officer in a corporation or an organization.

Chrystia Freeland is in a conflict of interest. While serving as a member of Parliament of Canada Chrystia Freeland became and continues to be an active member of the Board of Trustees for the World Economic Forum.

Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 25 January 2019 – The World Economic Forum announces that Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, … join its Board of Trustees.”

“The Board of Trustees serves as the guardian of the World Economic Forum’s mission and values” World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum’s current and ongoing mission is to use COVID-19 to launch the Great Reset initiative, World Economic Forum (WEF) missions included obtaining funds for cash strapped Germany to sponsor the coordinated COVID-19 biological attack. Government of Canada financial reporting provides evidence WEF obtained COVID-19 biological attack funding for Germany from WEF Board of Trustees member MP and Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland. Information supporting the reasonable suspicion provided in September 18, 2021 posted PRESS Core article. Excerpt,

“The Department of Finance Canada announced today that Canada’s official international reserves increased by an amount equivalent to US$1,175 million during January to US$86,472 million. This was driven by reserves management funding operations (US$566 million). … Notes. During January, Canada issued a 5-year US$3 billion global bond” Government of Canada’s “Official International Reserves – February 5, 2020” 

As of January 2, 2022 , the German founded and lead World Economic Forum still lists Canadian MP Chrystia Freeland as an active member of its Board of Trustees.

Similar to a board of directors, board of trustees play a strong role in governance, tasked with strategic planning and providing oversight and accountability for the organization. … The board of trustees’ primary responsibility is to uphold their fiduciary duties.

Being an active member of the World Economic Forum’s Board of Trustees isn’t just a conflict of interest offence her actions is a criminal offence – Breach of trust by public officer.

Regardless of whether specific rules of government ethics have been adopted, public officials have a broad fiduciary duty to carry out their responsibilities in a manner that is faithful to the public trust that has been reposed in them.

Even if no ethics code has been adopted, or if no code provision is on point, public officials must act in a manner that comports with their common law fiduciary-duty obligations.

Breach of trust by public officer

122 Every official who, in connection with the duties of their office, commits fraud or a breach of trust, whether or not the fraud or breach of trust would be an offence if it were committed in relation to a private person, is guilty of

(a) an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years; or
(b) an offence punishable on summary conviction.

Actus Reus

A “breach of trust” can include “any breach of the appropriate standard of responsibility and conduct demanded of the accused by the nature of his office as a senior civil servant of the Crown.”

Chrystia Freeland becoming and continuing to be an active member of the Board of Trustees for the World Economic Forum, is contrary to the duties imposed upon her as a member of Parliament (MP).

There is be a marked departure from the standard expected from the public official, MP Chrystia Freeland.

Justin Trudeau suspected of illegally funneling $billions to convicted SNC-Lavalin through Ontario Premier Doug Ford

Federal departments are prohibited from doing business for a period of 10 years with an individual contractor that has engaged in improper conduct. A contractor may be debarred from participating in government procurements for 10 years from the date when the contractor or its affiliate has been convicted of an “integrity offence.” Integrity offences include bribery of Canadian and foreign public officials, extortion, tax evasion, bid-rigging, forgery, fraudulent manipulation of stock exchange transactions, insider trading, falsification of books, money laundering and acceptance of secret commissions. SNC-Lavalin pleading guilty December 18, 2019 to fraud amounts to a conviction of an “integrity offence” and Justin Trudeau and his government are prohibited from awarding SNC-Lavalin and it’s affiliates any federal contracts / money for a period of 10 years.

It now appears that Ontario Premier Doug Ford is conspiring with minority government PM Justin Trudeau to funnel COVID-19 aid package funds to SNC-Lavalin. This latest PMO SNC-Lavalin scandal dwarfs both the WE Charity scandal and the PMO SNC-Lavalin scandal that resulted in SNC-Lavalin pleading guilty (by pleading guilty, the accused is consenting to a conviction being entered without a trial) December 18, 2019 to fraud (a criminal offence) in relation to the company’s activities in Libya.

Doug Ford is helping Justin Trudeau contravene federal laws and commit frauds on the government, criminal code 121 by accepting federal government funds from Justin Trudeau for SNC-Lavalin. Doug Ford is an accomplice because he knows SNC-Lavalin is the sole beneficiary of the $billions in federal government funds. The federal governments funds are for refurbishing Ontario’s Candu reactors. Candu is owned by SNC-Lavalin. Because SNC-Lavalin pleaded guilty to fraud Justin Trudeau is prohibited from giving federal funds to contractor SNC-Lavalin or its affiliate Candu.

Doug Ford’s motive for conspiring with Justin Trudeau? Doug Ford’s government benefits from Justin Trudeau’s frauds on the government. Doug Ford accepted as much as $25 billion from Justin Trudeau to pay SNC-Lavalin to refurbish the Candu nuclear reactors in Ontario. Doug Ford’s government was financially obligated to pay the $25 billion bill to refurbish the nuclear reactors in Ontario. Justin Trudeau defrauding Canadians and giving $billions in federal funds (tax dollars) to his friends in SNC-Lavalin via SNC-Lavalin’s CANDU affiliate means Doug Ford avoids having to pay for the $25+ billion bill to refurbish “Ontario’s nuclear power plants”. Doug Ford’s government won’t need to borrow $25+ billions and make Ontario hydro ratepayers foot the bill or raise taxes throughout Ontario.

Where did Justin Trudeau get the $25 billion he “indirectly” gave to SNC-Lavalin to refurbish Ontario’s Candu nuclear reactors? Follow the money in Justin Trudeau’s COVID-19 aid package bill.

As initially pitched, the bill was worth about $82 billion — but former Finance Minister Bill Morneau stated in March 2020 the price tag increased sharply to $107 billion


Coincidentally $107 billion – $82 billion = $25 billion