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UK, Canadian Intelligence Agencies Raise the Alarm Over Chinese Espionage Activity
In a rare move, on Jan. 13, MI5, the UK’s domestic counterintelligence and security agency, raised the alarm over lawyer Christine Lee, who was allegedly seeking to improperly influence UK parliamentarians on behalf of China’s...
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Chinese Pop Star Denise Ho Arrested by Hong Kong’s National Security Police Along with 6 Others
Cantopop star Denise Ho was arrested in Hong Kong on Wednesday, with six others, for allegedly publishing seditious materials during her time as a director of the independent news provider Stand News.  The artist, who...
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Pandemic Provided Catalyst for Surges in Government Mass Surveillance: German NGO
In a report published in Dec. 2021 by AlgorithmWatch, a nonprofit organization based out of Germany, it has been revealed how automated decision-making (ADM) systems, driven by advanced artificial intelligence algorithms, were deployed by numerous...
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Canada and the UK Join American Diplomatic Boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics
Both Canada and the United Kingdom have announced that they will be diplomatically boycotting the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic games scheduled to kick off in February. A diplomatic boycott means that though athletes from these...
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In 2022, Canadians Can Expect Empty Shelves, Increased Food Costs and Scarcity
According to a report published this week Canadians can expect to pay a considerable amount more for food in 2022 while dealing with potential empty shelves and a scarcity of food items. The annual report...
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China’s Men’s Ice Hockey Team May Not Be Good Enough for the Olympics
The International Ice Hockey Federation announced earlier this month that the Chinese men’s ice hockey team would not be axed from the 2022 Winter Olympics. However, officials are concerned about how ready China’s team would...
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COVID Curriculum for Calgary Grade School Students Panned as ‘Propaganda’ by Parents
Parents are raising the alarm over COVID-19 content being taught to grade school students in the western Canadian province of Alberta. A booklet titled, “Riding the Fourth Wave” is currently being used to instruct students...
China Releases Canadians Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig
Canadians are breathing a sigh of relief after two Canadian nationals, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor — who have spent close to 3-years in the Chinese prison system — touched down on Canadian soil after...
Hurricane Larry to Make a Direct Hit on Canadian Province of Newfoundland
Hurricane Larry, after forming off the coast of north Africa and meandering north for several days, is expected to make landfall on the Canadian province of Newfoundland on Friday night packing winds in excess of...
Canadian Province of Quebec Implements Vaccine Passport That Limits Much of Public Life for the Unvaccinated
As of September 1, 2021 anyone unvaccinated in the Canadian province of Quebec will have their ability to participate in activities deemed “non-essential” severely limited due to their reluctance or refusal to be vaccinated.  Digital...
Canada Has ‘No Plans’ to Recognize Taliban as Afghanistan Government
Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, said on Tuesday that the Government of Canada has “no plans” to recognize the Taliban as Afghanistan’s government following the terrorist organization’s rapid march across Afghanistan which culminated in Afghanistan’s...
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, one of the country’s most vocal proponents of vaccines, walks off the stage after attending a news conference April 16, 2021 in Ottawa, Canada.
Trudeau Pushes COVID-19 Vaccine Passports and Vaccines Contrary to His Own Government Advisory Committee’s Advice
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been adamantly pushing for Canadians to get the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine in hopes that Canadians could begin international travel again as soon as this summer. While Trudeau...