Quebec’s Jean-Marc Vallée cause of death revealed

America 12/28/21, 07:00

Sources reveal Jean-Marc Vallée's cause of death over Christmas. Vallée, the director of "Dallas Buyers Club," is suspected of having died of a heart attack in a cabin outside of Quebec City, Canada. Vallée was reportedly prepared to receive guests over the weekend. He most likely died on Dec. 25 and was ...

ICBC, China’s largest state-controlled bank fined in Canada

America 12/28/21, 06:36

Canadian Federal officials have fined the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), the Canadian branch of China’s largest state-controlled bank, $701,250 under the Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act. According to the Vancouver Sun, financial institutions are required by law to report all cash transactions of $10,000 or more to ...

Canada consider banning Huawei from 5G networks

America 12/22/21, 01:31

As Canadian officials ensured an incoming ban of Huawei from 5G networks, Chinese Ambassador Cong Peiwu on Dec. 10 warned that the country would "pay a price" for the move. Last week, Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said "a decision" on Huawei "is forthcoming."  "We have in place, and we'll continue to put ...

New Caledonia rejecting independence from France a Chinese failure?

America 12/16/21, 18:23

According to an article by Journalist Phong Cao Pham on the BBC, the recent referendum in New Caledonia with 96.28% voting to stay with France could be considered a temporary defeat for China. According to Phong, last Sunday's referendum is not just this country's internal affair of whether to leave France ...

Majority of Canadians Support Boycott of Beijing Winter Olympics

America 12/15/21, 02:51

Most Canadians support a boycott of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics because of China's record of human rights abuses and many concerns for the safety of the athletes participating in the Olympics, according to a new poll. According to a poll of Canadians conducted by the Vancouver-based Research Company, 56% of ...

Canada: New US ambassador urges Ottawa to join US to challenge Beijing

America 12/14/21, 22:00

The newly-appointed U.S. ambassador to Canada, David Cohen, stated in an interview with The Globe and Mail that one of his goals was to work with the Canadian government against China on every aspect from cybersecurity to human rights issues. Cohen told the news outlet on December 9th, "The fact is ...