News Government General
October 20, 2020  

Canada-China spat heats up over ambassador’s alleged threat

New friction arose when China’s ambassador Cong Peiwu branded pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong violent criminals.

Insight Government Manufacturing Economy General
September 24, 2020  

Economic freedom on the wane worldwide

Policy response to COVID-19 has put more of the economy into government hands, threatening economic freedom globally.

News General
September 1, 2020  

Calls mount, frustration grows over Trudeau’s promise to help Hong Kong

No new pronouncements despite Chinese authorities’ having conducted several waves of arrests as part of a crackdown on pro-democracy activists and media.

News Government General
August 10, 2020  

Hong Kong, Chinese officials jeer at U.S. sanctions

The sanctions, announced Aug by the U.S. Treasury Department, block all property or other assets that the individuals have within U.S. jurisdiction

News Government Manufacturing General
July 16, 2020  

As Trump attacks, China sees a worrying trend for its future

The tone could change if Biden is elected in November, but the underlying issues will remain.

News Government Manufacturing General
July 6, 2020  

Don’t criticize China’s treatment of Hong Kong, Beijing warns Canada

Urges the Canadian side to “immediately correct its mistakes” and stop interfering.

News Government General
June 11, 2020  

Zoom caught in China censorship crossfire as meetings foiled

Company reactivated Zoom accounts of a US-based group of dissidents that were suspended after they held an online event commemorating Tiananmen Square.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 29, 2020  

Canada, allies condemn China on Hong Kong security law

Statement said the law is “in direct conflict” with China’s “international obligations under the principles of the legally binding” agreement.

News Government Manufacturing General
December 11, 2019  

Chinese officials lash out at US over legislation critical of Hong Kong policies

Part of an ongoing campaign of vilification over what Beijing considers hostile acts aimed at restraining its development as a world power.

News Manufacturing General
November 13, 2019  

Canada Goose Asia revenue soars despite Hong Kong tensions

But shares fell as the company warned wholesale revenues are expected to decrease in the third quarter.

News Government Manufacturing General
August 23, 2019  

Canada halts Hong Kong consulate staff travel after UK case

Didn’t say whether the travel restriction on local staff was related to the detention of the British Consulate employee.

News Government Manufacturing General
August 21, 2019  

Trudeau vows to stand firm against ‘increasingly assertive’ China

Closely monitoring the protest movement in Hong Kong, where there are 300,000 Canadian citizens,

News Government Manufacturing General
August 14, 2019  

Trump suggests trade deal can wait for Hong Kong resolution

Also praised Chinese President Xi Jinping, calling him a “great leader” and saying he could quickly resolve the unrest.

News Government Manufacturing General
June 13, 2019  

Chinese cyberattack hits messaging app during HK protest

Telegram app connectivity slowed but the attack did not compromise user data.

News Automotive Manufacturing General
December 4, 2017  

Hong Kong company to spend $350M to expand capacity in Ontario: Wynne

Makes electric motors and mechanical parts for automotive manufacturing.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Economy General
May 30, 2016  

Canada slips to 10th place in IMD competitiveness ranking

Hong Kong, Switzerland and the US are the report’s most competitive nations.

News Energy Oil & Gas Operations Sustainability
April 1, 2014  

Husky starts up Liwan offshore natural gas platform

The project southeast of Hong Kong taps into three offshore fields, using shared infrastructure to produce the gas.

News Energy Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability
February 12, 2014  

Hong Kong firms paying $10.9M to settle insider trading allegations on CNOOC-Nexen deal

CITIC Securities and China Shenghai Investment Management have neither admitted nor denied the allegations.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Production Sustainability Technology
November 24, 2013  

US Energy Dept loses $139M in sale of Fisker loan

The troubled electric car-maker received loans worth $192 million before funds were suspended in 2011.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Sustainability
August 9, 2012  

Hong Kong beaches fouled by massive plastic pellets spill

China’s Sinopec vows to clean up 150-tonne mess.