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Mi’kmaw fishermen earning a ‘moderate livelihood’ seems to be too much for Nova Scotia’s settler lobster harvesters. And CBC leverages its credibility for its new corporate clients.
A reporter was offered money to kill this story.
At Canadaland, we really didn’t expect to find ourselves reporting on the WE organization again. But then it was the focus of the biggest politics story in the country, and we obtained a recording of a strange conversation between one of its founders and a person who was then a senior employee in the group’s Kenyan operations.
Jesse sits down with our managing editor, Andréa Schmidt, to discuss what we learned — and how, while we were investigating WE, one of its lawyers had commissioned his own investigation of us.
You can read WE’s responses in full here: https://www.documentcloud.org/search/projectid:%2050104-we-reporting-2020
And our recent article about the recording (with the full, unedited recording included) here: https://www.canadalandshow.com/crime-and-fraud-at-we-charity-in-kenya/
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