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China Lifts Ban on Canadian Canola Imports Afters Three Years

Beijing is lifting a tough three-year ban on certain Canadian imports. Read more on

A day after Huawei ban, Ottawa says it’s preparing new laws to protect against cyberattacks

The Liberal government says it will soon propose a new law to protect against cyberattacks on telecommunications platforms and other sensitive sectors like energy, banking and health care. Read more on

Trudeau to ban China’s Huawei from 5G in Canada

The ban will almost certainly stoke tensions between the two nations. Read more on

David Kilgour: Remembering a Seeker of Truth

David Kilgour, the Canadian former politician, relentlessly denounced the horror of organ harvesting in China. He was also a great friend of Bitter Winter. Read more on

Canadian MPs Urge Passage of Organ Trafficking Bill in Honour of Late Rights Champion David Kilgour

David Kilgour had “little or no time for the compromises of politics, or prime ministers or party leaders,” Liberal MP John McKay said in the House of Commons Thursday. Read more on

China urged to release ‘wrongfully’ jailed Canadian on 16th anniversary of his arrest

Huseyin Celil was arrested in Uzbekistan in 2006 and handed over to Chinese authorities Read more on

Liberal MPs press for appointment of special envoy to free long-jailed Canadian in China

Uyghur-Canadian activist Huseyin Celil was arrested during a family trip to Uzbekistan in 2006 and handed over to China Read more on

Former Canadian space agency engineer involved in ‘China’s technology theft’ case

Wanping Zheng 万平郑, a former engineer of the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), was charged last December by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) with breach of trust in a case related to foreign interference. According to CBC, he is scheduled for a court appearance on March 17. Read more on

Business leaders ask Canada to support Taiwan’s bid to join trade pact

Both China and Taiwan applied to join the CPTPP in September; China has opposed Taiwan’s bid Read more on

Canadian Embassy in Beijing Flies Ukraine Flag

The yellow and blue Ukrainian flag is flying above the Canadian Embassy in Beijing—a symbol of Canada’s solidarity with Ukraine and its people. Read more on

Court: Overseas China Affairs Office Harms Canada

A long arm of the Chinese Communist Party operating in Canada is in the spotlight, after a Canadian court deemed organization guilty of spying. Read more on

Human rights activist Anastasia Lin brings new movie to Toronto

The repression of Falon Gong followers is the subject of Lin’s new film, Unsilenced, which brings her to Toronto for the Canadian movie premier on Friday, Feb. 25. Read more on

Journalist Exposes One Source of Fentanyl Crisis

One of Canada’s top investigative reporters is exposing how a major fentanyl crisis is being fueled in North America. The process includes high-ranking Chinese Communist Party officials, overseas criminal gangs, casinos, and money laundering. Read more on

Champagne to face federal committee hearings as state-owned Chinese firm buys Canadian lithium company

Federal minister will face questions about why the Liberal government is allowing the acquisition of Neo Lithium Corp. by a Chinese mining company Read more on

McCuaig-Johnston: What’s happening to Uyghur children in China is despicable

But it is precisely because we have come to know the injustices done to our Indigenous Peoples that we are appalled at what is happening in China now. Read more on