OTTAWA, Oct 22 (LSN) – The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) was accused by opposition MPs yesterday, of granting millions of dollars worth of federal government contracts to companies which had made large donations to the Liberal campaign. Population control is one of CIDA’s primary goals and the foreign aid agency is responsible for funding and promoting abortions the world over.

The Montreal-based accounting firm, Raymond Chabot Martin Pare and Associates, received $20 million in contracts from CIDA after having donated $87,201 to the federal Liberal Party last year in addition to another $10,000 to individual cabinet ministers. CIDA also sponsored the Rio +5 population control conference with a minimum $140,000 grant. The conference was convened by Maurice Strong a close friend of PM Jean Chretien and Finance Minister Paul Martin.


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