In the 1980s and 1990s, federal development assistance programs helped create groundbreaking linkages between Canadian and Chinese universities.
Instead of an integration of international migrants into the fabric of society, we are witnessing a transfer of power to international forces.
The findings are drawn from a report titled “In Plain Sight: Beijing’s Unrestricted Network Of Unrestricted Network of Foreign Influence in Canada.”
An expansive section of a bill passed by the U.S. Congress is focused on the relationship between Canada and China. Lawmakers have 90 days from passing to submit their report.
A China-focused U.K watchdog group is urging more scrutiny of Canadian Pension Fund investment in Chinese companies, as awareness grows about these firm’s role in contributing to human rights violations. Read more
This is not so much as Canada-China inter-relationship. It is better described as a Liberal Party of Canada-Government of China partnership. Read more
Is Canada in a situation where Liberal government dedication to China is so entrenched that U.S. lawmakers must intervene in order for change to occur?
“China has a very aggressive and extremely dangerous bio-weapons program. All the research that’s being generated here[in Canada] could easily be re-appropriated by Chinese authorities.” Read more
“Chinese leadership has sought to exert control over foreign politicians, academics, media, and other institutions, including in Canada” says expert Cherie Wong. Read more
“Could it be that the Liberals had serious insight into Covid early in the game, yet FAILED TO ACT based on allegiance to the Chinese government?” Read more