Activists, experts and policy makers speak out on Chinese state influence in Canada


Canada's intelligence agencies have taken the rare step of naming China as a significant threat to the country's sovereignty, with CSIS director David Vigneault publicly saying in a February 2021 speech that Canadians are being "aggressively" targeted by foreign interests - and Beijing was engaged in "activities that are a direct threat to our national security and sovereignty."

Activists, experts and policy makers are speaking out on what they describe as an ever-growing "influence" of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Canadian business, academic and political circles. 

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