The federal government has spent nearly $23.5 million on World Economic Forum projects including the development of a digital ID used for travel.

Since November 2015, the federal government has sent nearly $23.5 million to projects involving the World Economic Forum (WEF), documents obtained by The Epoch Times show.

The numbers are contained in a 127-page response tabled in the House of Commons on Sept. 18 to a question posed in June by Conservative MP Leslyn Lewis.

Her question asked for an accounting of all “contracts, transfer payments, memoranda of understanding, letters of intent, charters, accords, projects and associations between the government and the WEF since November 4, 2015.”

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