The job was also criticized by federal conservative opposition leader Andrew Scheer. The position is supported through the Canada Summer Jobs program. The job posting asks for students to apply for the Organizational Assistant position for a British Columbian non-profit group called Dogwood. Alberta United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney reacted to the posting on Wednesday. “This is what you get with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He’ll crack down on people he doesn’t like, like religious charities, while rewarding environmental organizations involved in illegal protests,” said Kenney. A federally funded student job posting that is supposed to help “stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project” is ruffling some feathers. Dogwood says they were previously funded by the Harper government.