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Canada takes centre stage in Bannon film based on Huawei exec Meng’s detention

Aug 28 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Canada plays a starring role in a soon-to-be-released film aimed at exposing China's bid for world domination through technology — produced by one-time Trump strategist Steve Bannon. The film, "Claws of the Red Dragon," is fiction, but "inspired by" Canada's arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou and China's subsequent retaliatory measures, including the detention of two Canadians for alleged […]

Canada takes centre stage in Bannon film based on Huawei exec Meng’s detention

Aug 28 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Canada plays a starring role in a soon-to-be-released film aimed at exposing China's bid for world domination through technology — produced by one-time Trump strategist Steve Bannon. The film, "Claws of the Red Dragon," is fiction, but "inspired by" Canada's arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou and China's subsequent retaliatory measures, including the detention of two Canadians for alleged […]

Canada takes centre stage in Bannon film based on Huawei exec Meng’s detention

Aug 28 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Canada plays a starring role in a soon-to-be-released film aimed at exposing China's bid for world domination through technology — produced by one-time Trump strategist Steve Bannon. The film, "Claws of the Red Dragon," is fiction, but "inspired by" Canada's arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou and China's subsequent retaliatory measures, including the detention of two Canadians for alleged […]

Liberals block hearings into scathing ethics report on SNC-Lavalin affair

Aug 21 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Cries of a coverup competed with claims of pre-election, hyper-partisan excess Wednesday after Liberal MPs blocked an opposition attempt to hold hearings on ethics commissioner Mario Dion's scathing report into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's handling of the SNC-Lavalin affair. Only one of six Liberal MPs on the 10-member House of Commons ethics committee supported a Conservative motion to call Dion, […]

Liberals block hearings into scathing ethics report on SNC-Lavalin affair

Aug 21 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Cries of a coverup competed with claims of pre-election, hyper-partisan excess Wednesday after Liberal MPs blocked an opposition attempt to hold hearings on ethics commissioner Mario Dion's scathing report into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's handling of the SNC-Lavalin affair. Only one of six Liberal MPs on the 10-member House of Commons ethics committee supported a Conservative motion to call Dion, […]

Liberals block hearings into scathing ethics report on SNC-Lavalin affair

Aug 21 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Cries of a coverup competed with claims of pre-election, hyper-partisan excess Wednesday after Liberal MPs blocked an opposition attempt to hold hearings on ethics commissioner Mario Dion's scathing report into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's handling of the SNC-Lavalin affair. Only one of six Liberal MPs on the 10-member House of Commons ethics committee supported a Conservative motion to call Dion, […]

Majority agrees Indigenous women victims of ‘genocide’ but not on how or by whom

Jun 16 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Most Canadians agree that the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women amount to genocide, a new poll suggests. But the Leger poll also suggests there's disagreement about when it occurred and who is responsible. Fifty-three per cent of respondents agreed with the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, which last week concluded that the […]

Majority agrees Indigenous women victims of ‘genocide’ but not on how or by whom

Jun 16 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Most Canadians agree that the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women amount to genocide, a new poll suggests. But the Leger poll also suggests there's disagreement about when it occurred and who is responsible. Fifty-three per cent of respondents agreed with the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, which last week concluded that the […]

Majority agrees Indigenous women victims of ‘genocide’ but not on how or by whom

Jun 16 2019 — Joan Bryden , The Canadian Press — OTTAWA — Most Canadians agree that the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women amount to genocide, a new poll suggests. But the Leger poll also suggests there's disagreement about when it occurred and who is responsible. Fifty-three per cent of respondents agreed with the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, which last week concluded that the […]