The Metropolis Project and George Soros
In countries with a shred of self-respect, the idea of a politician or policy-maker openly colluding with the likes of George Soros, billionaire and speculator, should be grounds for immediate suspicion. Not in Canada, though.
Soros and his Open Society Foundations — a sinister conglomerate — have a dubious resume to say the least, but for the purpose of this essay we'll be focusing our attention on the Metropolis Project. It describes itself as an "international network for comparative research and public policy development on migration, diversity, and immigrant integration in cities in Canada and around the world". The Project's three-pronged assault on Western civilization consists of International Metropolis conferences, the ominously-named Global Migration Network, and finally a branch dedicated to Migration Research and Publications.
The Canadian arm of the Metropolis Project was started in 1996 by Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, in partnership with a host of utterly superfluous federal and provincial agencies as well as 20 Canadian universities. Since 2012, the secretariat for the Canadian Metropolis Project has been located at Carleton University in Ottawa where the Project's Executive Director, Dr. Howard Duncan, just so happens to sit on the university's Migration and Diaspora Studies committee. Yes, that faculty actually exists...
Duncan is also the editor of the bi-monthly review for the International Organization for Migration (IOM), an organization directly related to the UN since 2016. The IOM is listed as one of the Metropolis Project's principal partners and according to its own press release, it "assisted an estimated 20 million migrants in 2015" alone. At this point you're probably asking yourself "what does this have to do with George Soros?"
Read the rest of Pierre Langelier’s essay at the Council of European Canadians