kenney: And he's cynically betting that Canadians, unwilling or unable to investigate the matter on their own, will give him the benefit of the doubt, according to National Observer. But he's wrong. When Jason Kenney claims, without evidence, that Alberta's oilsands have been targeted by a cabal of American philanthropic foundations, he speaks with the confidence of someone who thinks his claims are unfalsifiable, impossible to disprove. His claims are, in fact, falsifiable. And, in this four-part series, we will prove it by systematically debunking nine key myths associated with Kenney's scare-mongering rhetoric. We know this because we examined them After nine months spent investigating public charity records on Candid, America's most comprehensive foundation and charitable monitoring site, we found that every core tenet of the foreign-funding conspiracy theory is false. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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