Huawei


Brian Mulroney tells Trudeau to rethink Canada's relationship with China

Brian Mulroney has called for Canada to reconsider its relationship with China and gave credit to Justin Trudeau for not releasing Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in exchange for the two Canadians, Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig.

Collin Jones Collin Jones

BREAKING: FCC moves forward with ban on Huawei and ZTE technology in US

The move will ensure that US companies no longer have the ability to purchase equipment from the Chinese-government owned Huawei.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

SHAMEFUL: Canada's political elite pen letter urging Trudeau to release Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou

A cohort of prominent former politicians and judges have sent a letter to Trudeau's Justice Minister saying that Canada should set aside the rule of law.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

BREAKING: Trudeau says he's 'disappointed' with Communist China's decision to charge two Canadians for spying

"We are of course, disappointed with the decision and the next step taken by the Chinese, in the case of the two Michaels, we offer all of our support and sympathies to the families," said Trudeau.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

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

Bell to work with Ericsson on 5G networks instead of Huawei

BCE Inc. has chosen to work with Ericsson—a Swedish telecommunications company—to build its Canadian 5G network.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

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

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

WATCH: Trudeau squirms out of question on Liberals taking taxpayer dollars via pandemic benefits

On Friday, it was revealed that the Liberal Party was taking wage subsidy cash from the taxpayer wallet, along with the New Democrats and the Progressive Conservatives.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Liberal MP and chair of health committee signs petition claiming 5G radiation causes childhood cancer

The US government has previously said there is “no evidence to suggest that 5G has anything to do with COVID-19," or that 5G poses health risks, in general.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Canadians have now been jailed in China for 500 days

Two Canadians, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are marking their 500th day of being imprisoned in China. This in retaliation for Meng Wanzhou's arrest.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

CBC considers Taiwan a 'province of China' on coronavirus map

The CBC has listed Taiwan as a province of China on its coronavirus map, providing another example of the Canadian establishment pandering to the Chinese.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

What Canadians should know about Nokia and Ericsson’s connections to China

As Canadian media and politicians warn against Huawei, other phone companies such as Nokia and Ericsson get a free pass.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson

Canadian military wants Huawei banned from 5G networks

High up military officials are urging the government not to allow the Chinese company a role in Canada’s 5G networks due to a national security threat.

Sam Edwards Sam Edwards

Over 120 Canadian citizens imprisoned in Chinese jails

The Department of Foreign Affairs has said on Tuesday that they know of 123 Canadian citizens who are currently in Chinese jail.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson