By Spencer Fernando

March 10, 2018

Another disgusting example of Trudeau prioritizing foreign causes over Canadians in need.

As I recently reported, the Trudeau government’s 2018 budget hiked foreign aid spending by $2 Billion over the next five years.

This increase came even as Trudeau said Canadian Veterans were asking for too much money, comments which outraged millions of Canadians.

Now, it has been revealed that the Trudeau government is cutting a program that helped make books accessible for blind and visually impaired Canadians.

As noted by Global, “Starting April 1, the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB), which is Canada’s largest producer of accessible and alternate-format books, will no longer receive government funding for converting conventional books into accessible formats. The news comes nine days before the CNIB is set to celebrate its 100th anniversary.”

The funding cut will have a big impact:

“[The] CNIB is disappointed and deeply troubled that the federal government has not addressed our budget request for $3 million to support accessible book production,” wrote CNIB president John Rafferty in a letter sent to all MPs and Senators Monday.

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