News Government Manufacturing General
December 7, 2020  

Meng’s lawyers fight on against extradition, plea deal discussed

Deal would require the executive to admit guilt to some allegations in exchange for dropping the extradition request.

News Government General
November 24, 2020  

Tough talk on China could hurt efforts to free Kovrig, Spavor: Champagne

Urges MPs to keep their fate in mind when they spout off about the perils and perfidy of China’s Communist regime.

News Government General
November 20, 2020  

Trudeau defends arrest of Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou

No regrets about following the rule of law, says world must stand up to China.

News Government General
October 27, 2020  

Nothing unusual in arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou: RCMP officer

That’s contrary to what Meng’s defence team has alleged in court documents.

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.

News Government Manufacturing General
October 13, 2020  

China denies Canadians ‘arbitrarily’ detained over Meng case

Continues to insist they’re suspected of engaging in activities that endanger China’s national security.

News Manufacturing General
September 30, 2020  

Judge reserves decision on evidence in Meng Wanzhou hearing

Huawei executive’s attorneys argue US misled Canadian officials about its case.

News Government Manufacturing General
September 28, 2020  

Meng Wanzhou case heads back to Canadian court

Huawei COO says her rights were violated, arrest was politically motivated.

News Government General
August 26, 2020  

China firm over detention of 2 Canadians after foreign ministers meet

Wants Canada to make the first move to resolve the impasse arising from the 2018 arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

News Government General
June 29, 2020  

Extradition cases never dropped for political, diplomatic reasons: PM

Since 2008, only 12 cases, nine of them initiated by the U.S., have been discharged or terminated by the justice minister

News Government Manufacturing General
June 26, 2020  

Canada’s Trudeau rules out releasing Huawei tech executive

Would put more Canadian citizens at risk by signalling Canada can be intimidated.

News Government General
June 25, 2020  

Trudeau’s China dilemma: punish or give in to ‘hostage diplomacy’

Letter signed by 19 former politicians and diplomats urge Meng be freed in a bid to win the release of Spavor and Kovrig.

News Government General
June 22, 2020  

China to Canada PM: Stop ‘irresponsible remarks’ on spy case

Charges are “completely different” from the case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, says a foreign ministry spokesman.

News Government General Technology
June 19, 2020  

China charges 2 Michaels with spying in Huawei linked case

Both men have been held since December 2018 in a move seen as an apparent attempt to pressure Canada to release Meng Wanzhou.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 29, 2020  

Huawei’s ambitions for Canada stalled by rift with China: security expert

Jonathan Miller says China’s behaviour in the Meng case adds to the perception it can’t be trusted to allow Huawei to be independent of Beijing.

News Government Manufacturing General
January 20, 2020  

Huawei exec Meng’s extradition hearing begins in Canada

Beijing views Meng’s case as an attempt by the US to contain China’s rise, two Canadians detained in apparent retaliation.

News Government Manufacturing General
December 2, 2019  

Meng no longer fears unknown despite ‘torment, struggle’ of last year

Huawei Technologies executive said she has passed the time on bail in one of her comfortable homes in Vancouver.

News Government Manufacturing General
November 25, 2019  

New foreign minister presses China counterpart for Canadian detainees

Champagne said securing the release of Spavor and Kovrig was his “absolute priority.”

News Food & Beverage Government Manufacturing Economy General
November 6, 2019  

Pork, beef exports to China to resume after five-month suspension

China still bans the import of Canadian canola seed, alleging contamination; that dispute has gone to the WTO.

News Manufacturing General
November 1, 2019  

Meng’s lawyers say RCMP shared phone details with FBI despite affidavits

Crown denied that Mounties shared details of Meng’s phones, laptop and tablet.

News Government Manufacturing General
September 30, 2019  

Nothing ‘sinister’ about airport questioning of Meng: Crown

“Because the conspiracy is non-existent, there was nothing to cover up.”

News Government Manufacturing General
September 23, 2019  

Canada says border officials followed rules in Huawei arrest

AG says no evidence the RCMP or the FBI asked border agents to elicit information from Meng Wanzhou.

News Government Manufacturing General
September 23, 2019  

Court hears disclosure arguments in Meng Wanzhou case

Defence has argued she was unlawfully detained at Vancouver’s airport at the direction of American authorities.

News Government Manufacturing General
August 28, 2019  

Canada central in Bannon film on Huawei exec Meng’s detention

Aimed at exposing ties between Huawei, which he describes as the “greatest national security threat” to the US.

News Government Manufacturing General
August 6, 2019  

Consular officials visit Canadian Michael Kovrig detained in China

Freeland discussed the detentions with her Chinese counterpart during a summit of Southeast Asian Nations in Bangkok.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
July 12, 2019  

Ex-envoy’s advice to China about election ‘highly inappropriate’: Freeland

Comments came as Chinese authorities block key imports from Canada and detain two Canadians on espionage charges.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 29, 2019  

Canada wanted China to stop ‘inaccurate’ talk about justice system

Briefing note suggests government was bristling at depiction that Meng’s legal rights were somehow in peril.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 16, 2019  

China formally arrests 2 Canadians in case linked to Huawei

Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the pair have been arrested for allegedly stealing state secrets.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 8, 2019  

Huawei executive Meng seeks stay of extradition proceedings

Claims she was a victim of two abuses of power by Canadian arresting authorities and then by Trump.

News Food & Beverage Government Manufacturing General
March 18, 2019  

Agriculture, trade ministers to testify on Chinese canola issue

Carr said China has yet to provide evidence to back up the claims.

News Metals General
March 7, 2019  

China says Canadian canola will face stricter assessments

Looks like further retaliation for arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

News Government Manufacturing General
January 23, 2019  

Canada’s China envoy assailed for assessing merits of Meng extradition case

McCallum listed several arguments the legal team representing Huawei’s CFO can make in her defence.