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Former espionage officer says numerous Canadian politicians are on China’s payroll

A former espionage officer said numerous Canadian politicians are secretly on China’s payroll.
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Big Tech

Apple tells Taiwan suppliers to label products ‘made in China’ instead of ‘made in Taiwan’

In a report, Apple has asked its Taiwan-based suppliers to start labeling their products as having been made in China.
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Twitter Co-Founder Jack Dorsey tweets “End the CCP” in response to a report on Beijing lockdowns

On August 6, 2022, Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and CEO of Square tweeted out “End the CCP”.
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canada

Canada announces they will be banning Huawei from 5G networks

The Canadian government has announced that it will be banning Huawei Technologies, a Chinese vendor, from Canada’s planned 5G network.
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China votes against suspending Russia from the UN Human Rights Council over situation in Ukraine

On Thursday, April 7, 2022, the UN General Assembly voted to suspend Russia’s membership in the UN Human Rights Council over “gross and systematic violations and abuses of human rights” and “violations of international humanitarian law”.
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canada

Canadian taxpayers foot bill for interest-free loans to China

Canadians are footing the bill for obscure interest-free loans to China.
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china

China’s CO2 emissions rise to record high accounting for 33% of global emissions, the International Energy Agency says

In 2021 global energy-related CO2 emissions are projected to rebound and grow by approximately 4.8%, as economies all over the world begin to rebound from the pandemic and demand for coal, oil, and gas increased. China was the largest driver of the rise in emissions, the IEA says.
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China says Canada should “draw lessons and act according to its own interests,” following Huawei Meng Wanzhou case

On Monday during a press conference, China’s foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said “Canada should draw lessons and act according to its own interests,” following the Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou case.
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WATCH: Tokyo Olympics refuse to show Taiwan flag or play Taiwan’s anthem in fear of angering Communist China

The 2021 Tokyo Olympics refused to show the flag of Taiwan or to play the country’s national anthem as they do with nearly every other country.
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German authorities arrest suspected double agent accused of spying for China

On Tuesday, July 6, the German federal prosecutor’s office announced that German authorities had arrested a former spy for Germany’s secret service on suspicions that he conducted “intelligence agent activities” for China.
British Columbia

City in British Columbia bans new constructions that would be heated by and use fossil fuels

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City in British Columbia bans new constructions that would be heated by and use fossil fuels

canada

Documents show Trudeau invoked Emergencies Act despite ‘potential for a breakthrough’

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Documents show Trudeau invoked Emergencies Act despite ‘potential for a breakthrough’

canada

Government inquiry into freedom convoy costs taxpayers $19 million

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Government inquiry into freedom convoy costs taxpayers $19 million

Alex Jones

BREAKING: Jury finds Alex Jones liable for $4.1 million in Sandy Hook case

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BREAKING: Jury finds Alex Jones liable for $4.1 million in Sandy Hook case

covid19

Pandemic, lockdowns made health of Americans worse, increased heart disease and stroke

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Pandemic, lockdowns made health of Americans worse, increased heart disease and stroke

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