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WE co-founders say they took on student grant program to help, not to make money

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WE Charity co-founder Craig Kielburger told MPs on a parliamentary committee today that the charity he and his brother Marc founded agreed to administer the Liberal government's $900-million student grant program because they wanted to make a difference — not because they wanted to make a profit off the deal. Power & Politics speaks to MPs and the Power Panel about what new revelations.
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