China is still unable to understand that Canada's legal process is separate from its governmental process, says former diplomat Charles Burton.
Chinese ambassador to Canada Cong Peiwu, pictured on March 12, 2020, in a sit-down interview with The Hill Times at the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa, said Canada must take ‘concrete steps’ on the ‘outstanding issue’ of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to bring the bilateral relationship ‘back to track.’
The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
China’s ambassador in Ottawa says Canada needs to take “concrete steps” to improve the Canadian-Chinese relationship, but would not say if China shares that responsibility.
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Address defence supply chain issues with expanded domestic capacity, say NDP MP, Senator Short and informative analyses on policy challenges that bring background and recommendations to policymakers, journalists and the general public.
Government House Leader Mark Holland says releasing any sensitive Winnipeg lab documents could compromise ongoing investigations, and could potentially could endanger the lives of Canadian security intelligence officers.
As the Canadian government is believed to be preparing a decision on Ukraine's three requests for assistance, Kyiv's top diplomat in Ottawa says 'intensive communication' has taken place at the highest levels.