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Michael Kovrig

Michael Peter Todd Spavor is a Canadian consultant who has worked extensively in North Korea. He is director of Paektu Cultural Exchange, an organization that promotes investment and tourism in North Korea.

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Canada considers China as top concern to its national security
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Canada considers China as top concern to its national security

China is one of Canada's chief national security concerns, the country's National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) said on Monday in a report.

Canada considers China as top concern to its national security
International

Canada considers China as top concern to its national security

China is one of Canada's chief national security concerns, the country's National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) said on Monday in a report.

Uyghur body urges Canada to ensure boycott of 2022 Beijing Olympics
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Uyghur body urges Canada to ensure boycott of 2022 Beijing Olympics

The Canadian government must ensure that it does everything in its power to ensure that Canada boycotts the next year Beijing Olympics if it intends to deliver on its obligations to victims of persecution, Georgia L Gilholy, Editor in Chief for Foundation for Uyghur Freedom, said.

Beijing 2022 Winter Games boycott sees rising support from Canada condemning genocide of Uyghurs
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Beijing 2022 Winter Games boycott sees rising support from Canada condemning genocide of Uyghurs

A recent survey among Canadians has revealed that more than half of those polled favoured boycotting Canada's participation in the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, underscoring the negative public opinion in the country toward China stemming from allegations of human rights abuses.

China opens trial against espionage-accused Canadian
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China opens trial against espionage-accused Canadian

Beijing, March 22 China on Monday opened a trial against former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig, who has been ...

Diplomats denied access during Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig's trial in China
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Diplomats denied access during Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig's trial in China

Several diplomats were denied access to a Chinese court on Monday as the detained Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig went on trial in Beijing on espionage charges.

China's treatment of Canadian nationals threatens respect for rule of law, relations with West: Trudeau
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China's treatment of Canadian nationals threatens respect for rule of law, relations with West: Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday slammed China's treatment of two of its nationals there, saying it threatens both 'respect for the rule of law' and Beijing's relationships with Western nations.

China's treatment of Canadian nationals threatens respect for rule of law, relations with West: Trudeau
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China's treatment of Canadian nationals threatens respect for rule of law, relations with West: Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday slammed China's treatment of two of its nationals there, saying it threatens both 'respect for the rule of law' and Beijing's relationships with Western nations.

Canadians refuse improved relations with China until detained compatriots freed: Poll
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Canadians refuse improved relations with China until detained compatriots freed: Poll

An overwhelming majority of Canadians say there can be no improvement in bilateral relations with China until two of their compatriots held in detention in the country are released, an Angus Reid Institute poll has revealed.

China to conduct trial of two Canadian nationals for alleged espionage
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China to conduct trial of two Canadian nationals for alleged espionage

Canadian nationals Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, who were prosecuted by the procuratorates in China for suspected crimes undermining China's national security, will soon be tried, a source said.

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