Official responses from WE:
According to the WE Organization: neither the WE Organization nor Marc or Craig Kielburger have ever been investigated by a law enforcement agency, currently or in the past.
The WE Organization maintains that all financial transactions between its various entities, both charitable and for-profit, have followed all applicable laws.
In his libel claim against Saturday Night Magazine: Craig Kielburger said that the article was false and led people to wrongly believe he was keeping the money for himself. According to a reported statement by a Free the Children accountant, donations made prior to the organization becoming a registered charity were deposited in a separate bank account, and the group was being run as a charity pending Revenue Canada’s approval of its application.
Canadaland’s reporting on WE Charity: https://www.canadaland.com/?s=
The WE Charity story, according to WE:
WE.org Transparency page:
WE.org Financials page:
ME to WE Transparency page:
Music by Audio Network
This episode contains source materials used under the Fair Dealing provisions of the Copyright Act.
It Takes a Child
Craig Kielburger’s Story – A Journey into Child Labour
Directed by Judy Jackson
Produced by Judy Films
The Story of Craig Kielburger
produced, and narrated by Sherine Mansour
In Search Of Character
Elkind+Sweet Communications, Inc
The Price WE Paid
The Fifth Estate/CBC
Interview with Craig Kielburger
Craig Kielburger NSB Speakers promotional video
Marc Kielburger NSB Speakers promotional video
WE Movement Youtube Channel
MeToWe Youtube Channel
CTV News – Kielburger brothers interview with Lisa Laflamme
MTV Cribs: Craig Kielburger Episode
Editor’s Note (Aug 20, 2021): WE Charity, its founders and related entities have notified Canadaland that they intend to sue Canadaland because they contend that the trailer and press release for The White Saviors contain “baseless allegations”.