There has been mounting scrutiny on the CCP’s increased flexing of its intelligence muscles since the ascension of President Xi Jinping in 2013.
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
In a parliamentary meeting of the Special Committee on Canada-China relations, Carolyn Bartholomew, chair of the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission, said the “shared values” of Canada and the U.S. are “increasingly in conflict with and under assault” by the CCP.
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