The Trudeau government has unveiled its long-waited Indo-Pacific Strategy – and Xi Jinping is not going to be happy with it.
The 26-page document outlines the government’s plan to boost military and cyber security, protect Canadian critical minerals from Chinese state-owned enterprises and discusses enhanced relations with Taiwan.
But that’s the least of China’s problems right now, as protesters take to the streets in large-scale numbers to oppose the government’s strict Covid Zero measures. The world is watching as scenes not witnessed since Tiananmen Square in 1989 start to unfold.
Plus, British Columbia-based credit union has launched Canada’s first-ever “carbon tracking” Visa card. Is this something consumers actually want?
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