This is the 5rd corruption case against Canadian PM Justin Trudeau.
In 2017, he found guilty in conflict of interest case, for taking a "free" vacation on the Aga Khan's private island, and last year for trying to influence legal proceedings in the SNC-Lavalin case, in which a subsidiary of the engineering company was accused of paying bribes to secure contracts in Libya.
Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner Mario Dion tweeted that he had "informed" Mr Trudeau of the decision. His investigation is confidential and will be the subject of a report once it is completed. Meanwhile Prime Minister Trudeau can continue with his corruption as usual.
And as you can see by your own eyes in this video - he is not even trying to hide that he is a crook:
The announcement came after the co-founders of WE Charity, Craig Kielburger and Marc Kielburger, said they were withdrawing from the program, which they said had "been enmeshed in controversy from the moment of its announcement."
Mr Trudeau's government had announced in late June that it was awarding the organisation the management of the 900 million Canadian dollars (£531 million) federal program, which provides grants of up to $5,000 to eligible students for volunteer work with non-profit organisations during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mr Trudeau, his wife and his mother were all at one time or another invited as speakers by WE Charity. Their links to the group led opposition parties to suggest preferential treatment.
WE Charity's decision to withdraw was "mutually agreed," according to Minister of Diversity, Inclusion and Youth Bardish Chagger.
"This situation unfolded in a way that is truly unfortunate," Mr Trudeau said at a press briefing Friday.
He defended his involvement and that of his family with the organisation.
"All my life I have been involved in supporting young people," he said.
Everyone has the right to make his own decisions, but none has the right to force his decision on others.