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Champion Snowboarder Calls for a Full-Boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics
Canadian Drew Neilson, a former snowboard champion, has called for a complete boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, citing human rights issues that he believes shouldn’t be ignored. “I’m really disgusted. I don’t even...
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...
Trudeau Fails in Bid to Secure Majority Government; New Government Looks a Lot Like the Old One
In an election that few wanted and that cost the Canadian taxpayer an estimated $600 million, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) — hoping to gain enough seats in parliament to secure a majority...
Ahead of Federal Election, Canada’s Leaders Have Vastly Different Approaches to Beijing
Canadians are heading to the polls on Sept. 20 after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called an early election in what is widely believed to be an attempt to secure a majority government. Had Trudeau not...
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...
Enbridge and opposing parties are engaged in disputes over the company’s decision to continue Line 5 pipeline operations.
Enbridge Defies Michigan Order, Line 5 Pipeline Dispute Continues Despite Passed Deadline
A deadline to suspend operations of Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline, imposed by Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI), has come and gone, leaving the controversial pipeline still operating and in legal limbo. Energy giant Enbridge, headquartered...
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...
Australia has passed a new law that mandates big tech companies like Google and Facebook to pay publishers for accessing news content.
Australian Law Forces Facebook, Google to Pay for News Content
Australia has passed a new law that mandates big tech companies like Google and Facebook to pay publishers for accessing news content. The tech firms will have to negotiate a payment scheme with specific publishers...
An exterior view of Westin Wall Centre Vancouver Airport on February 20, 2021 in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Air travellers arriving on February 22 or after must now stay three nights in Canada hotel quarantine and take a PCR test on arrival, at their own cost, to enter Canada
Canada’s Hotel Quarantine Scheme: Anything but Rest and Relaxation
On Feb. 12, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his Canada hotel quarantine measures to battle against the SARS-CoV-2 novel coronavirus pandemic. Travelers entering Canada would be required to quarantine in a government-appointed hotel for three...
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends a Special Committee on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill May 13, 2020 in Ottawa, Canada. Trudeau and his Liberal Party abstained from voting to condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Uyghur Muslims as genocide. The motion passed unanimously, 266-0
Trudeau Cabinet Absent as Canadian Lawmakers Call China’s Uyghur Treatment Genocide
Canada’s Members of Parliament voted unanimously to condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) persecution of Uyghur Muslims as genocide on Monday, Feb. 22. However, despite the consensus of lawmakers, the vote does not represent the...
Canada recently led 57 nations to issue a condemnation of communist China and other regimes that have imprisoned foreigners as part of a hostage diplomacy strategy.
Communist China Cries Foul as Canada Exposes Hostage Diplomacy
Canada recently led 57 nations to officially condemn communist China and other regimes that have imprisoned foreigners as part of a hostage diplomacy strategy. The declaration does not name any specific country, a Canadian official...
Huawei headquarters in Shenzhen, China's Guangdong province. The Canadian government has announced it will fund advanced research with Huawei Canada despite national security, intellectual property restrictions, and the Chinese Communist Party’s treatment of kidnapped Canadian citizens Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig, who have been held in a CCP jail for more than 2 years.
Canadian Government Partners with Huawei for High Tech Research at Universities
The Canadian government has partnered with Communist China’s top telecom equipment manufacturer, Huawei, to sponsor electrical and computer engineering research at Canadian universities, according to a report by Globe and Mail published Monday, Feb. 14. ...