Radio Noon Montreal | Jan 14, 2013 | 28:29

Federal funding for NGO's

New research by the Canadian Research Institute on Humanitarian Crisis and Humanitarian Aid indicates religious NGO's get more funding from the federal government than non-religious ones.

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