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Chinese authorities have formally arrested two Canadians and are accusing them of crimes related to national security, which will likely increase the tension between Ottawa and Beijing. Chinese authorities have formally arrested two Canadians and are accusing them of crimes related to national security, which will likely increase the tension between Ottawa and Beijing. 

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the government is "deeply concerned" about China's decision to formally arrest two Canadians citizens it has been holding since December.Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the government is "deeply concerned" about China's decision to formally arrest two Canadians citizens it has been holding since December.

Feds 'deeply concerned' by China's arrests of Canadians Kovrig, Spavor | CTV News

Michael Kovrig, a former diplomat, is accused of scouting national secrets and intelligence. Michael Spavor, a China-based businessman, is said to have stolen state secrets.Michael Kovrig, a former diplomat, is accused of scouting national secrets and intelligence. Michael Spavor, a China-based businessman, is said to have stolen state secrets.

China formally arrests two Canadian citizens for endangering national security | Daily Mail Online

There were two competing news headlines doing the rounds in Canada on Wednesday morning. They sadly tell us all we need to know about Canada’s soft response to China.One was American, courtesy of Forbes: “Trump Signs Executive Order That Will Lead To U.S. Ban On Huawei”.There were two competing news headlines doing the rounds in Canada on Wednesday morning. They sadly tell us all we need to know about Canada’s soft response to China.

EDITORIAL: What’s with the hold-up on Canada’s Huawei ban? | Toronto Sun

There were two competing news headlines doing the rounds in Canada on Wednesday morning. They sadly tell us all we need to know about Canada’s soft response to China.One was American, courtesy of Forbes: “Trump Signs Executive Order That Will Lead To U.S. Ban On Huawei”.There were two competing news headlines doing the rounds in Canada on Wednesday morning. They sadly tell us all we need to know about Canada’s soft response to China.

EDITORIAL: What’s with the hold-up on Canada’s Huawei ban? | Toronto Sun

The names of the victims have not been released, but Wythe County Sheriff Keith Dunagan has said the injured woman is from Nova Scotia.The names of the victims have not been released, but Wythe County Sheriff Keith Dunagan has said the injured woman is from Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia woman seriously hurt, man killed in Virginia hiking trail knife attack | Globalnews.ca

Black's media empire once included the Postmedia chain of newspapers in Canada and he was the founding publisher of the National PostBlack's media empire once included the Postmedia chain of newspapers in Canada and he was the founding publisher of the National Post

Former newspaper publisher Conrad Black granted full pardon by Donald Trump for 2007 U.S. fraud conviction | National Post

Black's media empire once included the Postmedia chain of newspapers in Canada and he was the founding publisher of the National PostBlack's media empire once included the Postmedia chain of newspapers in Canada and he was the founding publisher of the National Post

Former newspaper publisher Conrad Black granted full pardon by Donald Trump for 2007 U.S. fraud conviction | National Post

Whatever you may think of Black, he has a strong case to make that the only two charges that remained standing against him shouldn't have stood at allWhatever you may think of Black, he has a strong case to make that the only two charges that remained standing against him shouldn't have stood at all

Matt Gurney: What Conrad Black’s critics weirdly ignore | National Post

Whatever you may think of Black, he has a strong case to make that the only two charges that remained standing against him shouldn't have stood at allWhatever you may think of Black, he has a strong case to make that the only two charges that remained standing against him shouldn't have stood at all

Matt Gurney: What Conrad Black’s critics weirdly ignore | National Post

White House cites biographies of presidents Franklin Roosevelt and Richard Nixon as among accomplishments of Conrad Black, who was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice in 2007White House cites biographies of presidents Franklin Roosevelt and Richard Nixon as among accomplishments of Conrad Black, who was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice in 2007

Donald Trump fully pardons former media mogul Conrad Black - The Globe and Mail

The federal government can cut in half the costs associated with paying its employees by introducing a completely new pay system to replace the disastrous Phoenix project, a new report suggests.The PBO estimates that it will cost $57 million to procure, test and ready a new software system to manage the pay of government employees.

New federal pay system could cut annual costs in half, budget office report says | Ottawa Citizen

The federal government can cut in half the costs associated with paying its employees by introducing a completely new pay system to replace the disastrous Phoenix project, a new report suggests.The PBO estimates that it will cost $57 million to procure, test and ready a new software system to manage the pay of government employees.

New federal pay system could cut annual costs in half, budget office report says | Ottawa Citizen

The cost of building and putting in place a new pay system for federal civil servants should pale in comparison to the cost of stabilizing the failed Phoenix system,.The cost of building and putting in place a new pay system for federal civil servants should pale in comparison to the cost of stabilizing the failed Phoenix system,.

Cost of replacing botched Phoenix pay system pales compared to cost of fixing it: PBO - National | Globalnews.ca

US-China tensions have risen after President Trump imposed measures widely thought to target Huawei.US-China tensions have risen after President Trump imposed measures widely thought to target Huawei.

Huawei: China threatens to retaliate over US sanctions - BBC News

Anne Kingston: Canadians who reassure themselves that the southern state's abortion ban couldn't possibly ever happen here haven't been paying attentionAnne Kingston: Canadians who reassure themselves that the southern state's abortion ban couldn't possibly ever happen here haven't been paying attention

Alabama is closer than we think - Macleans.ca

Until the trash is Canada-bound, the Philippines will 'maintain a diminished diplomatic presence' in the countryUntil the trash is Canada-bound, the Philippines will 'maintain a diminished diplomatic presence' in the country

Philippines recalls its envoys in Canada over tons of rotting garbage | National Post

Until the trash is Canada-bound, the Philippines will 'maintain a diminished diplomatic presence' in the countryUntil the trash is Canada-bound, the Philippines will 'maintain a diminished diplomatic presence' in the country

Philippines recalls its envoys in Canada over tons of rotting garbage | National Post

Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West and others who long called for an inquiry say the province did the right thing.Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West and others who long called for an inquiry say the province did the right thing.

B.C. government applauded for launching inquiry into money laundering | Globalnews.ca