CBC Busted: Panelist who defended WE Charity was paid $40,000 by Trudeau government


CBC commentator and president of Pomp & Circumstance PR, Amanda Alvaro failed to disclose to the public broadcaster that her company received $16,950 from the Department of Foreign Affairs, which would directly conflict with the Journalistic Standards and Practices at the CBC: “it is important to mention any association, affiliation or specific interest a guest or commentator may have so the public can fully understand that person’s perspective.” Additionally, Alvaro received an added $24,997 contract to provide “communications advice” to Trudeau’s Minister of Women Maryam Monsef, according to Blacklock’s Reporter.

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