Chinese “police stations”: an extensive investigation as soon as possible

“Chinese police stations” </p>
<p> UPDATE DAY </p>
<p><strong><em>The Journal</em></strong><strong> today reveals that the Chinese government has opened </strong><strong>two “police stations”</strong> <strong>in the Montreal area.</strong> </p>
<p>The pressure on Chinese nationals is not new. For example, Chinese students who are scholarships from the Government of Quebec or the Government of Canada have been monitored since these scholarships have existed, that is to say for more than 40 years.</p>
<p>There is Many years ago, two students had confided to me, without my being able to verify it, that diplomats from the Chinese Embassy in Ottawa were forcing them to give them half the amount of the scholarships they received in Canada. A practice consistent with the code of conduct of several communist parties around the world.</p>
<p>China's espionage activities are known, but they seem to have intensified since Xi Jinping came to power in 2013. A few years ago, members of Canada's intelligence service explained that about half of their investigations concerned China.</p>
<p><strong>Why these accusations now?</strong></p>
<p>It is clear that the deterioration of relations between China and the United States is conducive to these sorts of accusations, which is part of why they're popping up now.</p><!-- adman_adcode (middle, 1) --><script async=

But on a deeper level, it appears that various bodies of the Canadian government are sick of the government's inaction. hands on compromising investigations for China. The RCMP has even opened an investigation into the leak. I hope the investigators find the person responsible for it: he deserves a medal.

Because the most important question behind the revelations of the last few days is: why has Justin Trudeau's government done nothing? And as a follow-up question, why did previous governments do nothing?

The tempting prospects of the Chinese market for Canadian companies no doubt explain the reluctance of governments in Canada to criticize China. Companies like Bombardier or Power Corp have made a lot of money with China, which has had positive spinoffs for all of Canada.

But at what cost? In all these years, how many hundreds of billions of dollars in stolen Canadian technology have been siphoned off by China? Speak to former Nortel executives.

A Widespread and Deep Scandal

The emerging scandal suggests that at all levels, executives Canadians were extremely naive. At worst, some could be on Beijing's payroll.

A broad public inquiry is needed, and not just for the federal elections.

If, as it claims, the government Chinese is innocent, his reputation will be cleared and relations between Canada and China will be all the better for it. Conversely, if the Chinese government is guilty, it is high time to stop its interference and abuses.

Chinese “Police stations”: a broad investigation as soon as possible