Thousands defy ban in Hong Kong to attend Tiananmen vigil

Thousands of demonstrators have defied the ban in Hong Kong to attend a mass vigil in memory of Beijing’s 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown victims.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

BREAKING: Trudeau can't answer whether or not he's afraid of Xi Jinping

When asked if he was afraid of Xi Jinping, Trudeau said: "Every step of the way, we have listened to our security agencies, our intelligence services, to work with our allies."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Trudeau government's medical equipment blunder cost taxpayers $1.8 billion

The Trudeau government's failure to retain medical supplies before the pandemic struck Canada has cost the taxpayer some $1.8 billion.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

UN Security Council fails to condemn China's actions against Hong Kong

China’s domestic legislation was raised by the US, but the conversation stopped when China and Russia objected to discussing the issue at the Security Council.

Leonardo Briceno Leonardo Briceno

Newly released documents show that China delayed release of coronavirus data to the WHO

New information shows that China deliberately held off on sharing their date regarding coronavirus with the World Health Organization.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Conservatives push to ban Chinese companies from buying key Canadian businesses

Industry Committee pledged yesterday to review rules relating to the sale of Canadian energy companies.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Ontario steel company loses $200 million dollar Alberta project to China

The owner of Atlas Tube, an Ontario steel company is frustrated after being left out of an Albertan solar project worth $200 million.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

Pro-democracy activist from Hong Kong asks for Canadian support

Hong Kong activist asks western nations to defend the city against China. "While we are here, we will fight," she said.

Collin Jones Collin Jones

BREAKING: Trudeau government announces $650 million for support to indigenous communities

Trudeau addressed new funding for indigenous communities with an additional $650 million to assist both with pandemic preparedness and recovery and for broader issues.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

US to cancel visas of students found to have Chinese military ties

The US intends to cancel the visas of thousands of Chinese graduate students thought by President Donald Trump's administration to be linked with China's military.

Collin Jones Collin Jones

Chinese state media furious at Canada over Meng Wanzhou decision

The Chinese media has become enraged with Canada after the BC Supreme Court ruled that charges faced by Meng Wanzhou in the U.S. could also be a crime in Canada.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick

WATCH: Canadian-Uyghurs celebrate Meng Wanzhou verdict, praise Canada's rule of law

A group of Canadian-Uyghurs were present at the Meng Wanzhou case today, demanding better treatment for their people and celebrating Canada's rule of law.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Huawei's Meng Wanzhou loses ruling on double criminality

British Columbia supreme court Justice Heather Holmes released her verdict today on the case of Huawei executive and daughter of its founder, Meng Wanzhou.

Libby Emmons Libby Emmons

MPs are using dangerous China-owned apps to reach out to Canadians

In 2017, the Chinese government put into place a law forcing all Chinese companies to give user data, upon request.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

WATCH: Scheer ROASTS Trudeau over China admiration

When Scheer set his sights on China, he made sure to mention that Trudeau had previously expressed admiration for China's "basic dictatorship."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz