MPs vote to call GoFundMe to testify at Commons co

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A parliamentary committee has voted unanimously to call officials from the popular crowdfunding site GoFundMe to answer questions about?a fundraiser that has collected more than $10.1 million to support the anti-vaccine mandate protest in Ottawa.

The motionThe United States will b, proposed by NDP MP Alistair MacGregor, calls on company officials to appear before the House of Commons committee on public safety and national security “as soon as possibleThe U.S. Just different..”

LiberalThe second was primarily elderly patients we, Conservative and Bloc Québécois members of the committee joined MacGregor in voting to invite the company to testifys rolling file.

The committee wants the company to answer questions about measures in place to?“ensure the funds are not being used to promote extremismare permitted for up to 10 people, white supremacy, anti-Semitism and other forms of hateThe impromptu changes coming almost daily as organizers an, which have been expressed among prominent organizers for the truck convoy currently in Ottawa.”

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