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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 Montreal, QC
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The CBC has listed Taiwan as a "province of China" on its global coronavirus tracking map, providing another example of the Canadian establishment pandering to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).  

Canada maintains an informal relationship with Taiwan, who split from mainland China at the end of the second world war. Taiwan has a stable democracy and is a capitalist state, whereas China is statist led with a command economy.

The two governments have an uneasy relationship with each other.

Over recent years, the relationship between China and Canada has become increasingly frayed. In 2018, China arrested two Canadians without charge in response to the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

As well as this, a recent report revealed that China had been conducting "brazen" interference in Canada by trying to influence politicians, academics, students and the media.

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