Canada plans to send ships to transport Ukrainian wheat

Canada plans to send ships to transport Ukrainian wheat

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm – Maple news Talk Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly said on the same day that Canada is ready to send cargo ships to ports in Romania and its neighboring countries to assist in the transportation of Ukrainian wheat to Africa and the Middle East.
Canada approves Sweden and Finland to join NATO

Canada approves Sweden and Finland to join NATO

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm – Maple news Talk Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, claimed that Canada would join other NATO members in ratifying Sweden and Finland to join the transatlantic military alliance.
Russia Shut Down Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Moscow Bureau

Russia Shut Down Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Moscow Bureau

It is reported on May 18 that, in response to Canada's ban on Russian state television, the Russian government shut down the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's (CBC) Moscow Bureau that day and stripped its journalists of their visas, and all of the agency's Canadian personnel must leave the country within three weeks
Canada: 5G Networks Closed to Major Chinese Telecommunications Firms Huawei and ZTE

Canada: 5G Networks Closed to Major Chinese Telecommunications Firms Huawei and ZTE

Canadian authorities announced on Thursday that the federal government will bar Chinese telecommunications firms Huawei and ZTE from the country’s 5G networks because they pose severe national security and privacy concerns.
Chinese Communist Party Shows Goodwill to Canada? Lifting the Ban on Canadian Canola Oil Imports

Chinese Communist Party Shows Goodwill to Canada? Lifting the Ban on Canadian Canola Oil Imports

According to Agence France-Presse, Canada's Minister of Agriculture and Trade said in a joint statement that the Chinese Communist Party(CCP) authorities have lifted a several-year import ban on rapeseed from Canada's two largest grain processing plants.
Canada Bans Huawei Technology

Canada Bans Huawei Technology

According to reports, Huawei technology is in the headlines once again. However, this time it's not good news for the Chinese company as the Canadian government will officially ban Huawei from its next-generation mobile networks.
Dual-Earner Couples Struggle as the Cost of Living Continue to Rise on the Canada’s East Coast

Dual-Earner Couples Struggle as the Cost of Living Continue to Rise on the Canada’s East Coast

CTV News reported on May 12 that Canada's inflation hit a 31-year high, causing residents in the eastern coastal provinces to complain.
Lawyer Sues B.C. Government and Union for Complicity in Vaccine Promotion

Lawyer Sues B.C. Government and Union for Complicity in Vaccine Promotion

True North reported on May 15 that a B.C lawyer representing more than 200 civil servants who were forced to lose their jobs due to a vaccine mandate was suing their union for failing to protect their rights.
Fuel Theft Soars in Saskatchewan, Canada

Fuel Theft Soars in Saskatchewan, Canada

According to a news report on May 17th, Saskatchewan police received a report of 76% increase in fuel theft between January and April 2022 as fuel prices rose sharply.
Gasoline prices continue to soar in Toronto, Canada

Gasoline prices continue to soar in Toronto, Canada

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to Canadian media CP24 on May 15, gasoline prices in the Greater Toronto Area set a new record after rising by 6 cents per liter a few days ago.
Canada Announced to Ban Huawei and ZTE Equipment

Canada Announced to Ban Huawei and ZTE Equipment

“ Canadian government conducted an extensive, thorough security examination of 5G wireless telecommunication technologies, including those service providers who represent a high risk to the integrity of our telecommunication sectors.”
Canada to expand military deployment in Baltic states

Canada to expand military deployment in Baltic states

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to the Globe and Mail report on May 12, Trudeau promised to deploy more armed forces to the Baltic countries during a meeting with Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins on the same day, but did not agree to a substantial increase and permanent presence of NATO troops in the region.
Canadian gasoline prices hit another record high

Canadian gasoline prices hit another record high

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to a report by on May 11, in response to the soaring oil price, Natural Resources Canada said on the same day that the national average price of regular gasoline has surged to CAD $2 per liter a few days ago, and reached a record high.
Federal government charters flights for Ukrainian refugees to Canada

Federal government charters flights for Ukrainian refugees to Canada

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News According to CTV NEWS reports on May 12, in the next few weeks, the federal government will send three chartered flights to help Ukrainian refugees who have fled the war to fly from Poland to Canada.
Canada calls on G7 countries to jointly strengthen cybersecurity

Canada calls on G7 countries to jointly strengthen cybersecurity

It was reported on May 13, that Canada’s innovation minister is urging Group Seven (G7) countries to participate in the establishment of a cybersecurity rapid response team to help build Ukraine’s resilience and strengthen G7 countries’ network construction.
Canada to expand military deployment in Baltic States

Canada to expand military deployment in Baltic States

According to a foreign report on May 12th, Trudeau promised to deploy more armed forces to the Baltic countries during a meeting with Latvian Prime Minister Arturs Krisjanis Karins that day, but did not agree to the requirement of substantial increase and permanent presence of NATO troops in the region.
Canada Embraces Record Numbers of Hong Konger Immigrants

Canada Embraces Record Numbers of Hong Konger Immigrants

According to a report by Canada Immigration News on May 11, due to the CCP’s totalitarian measures in Hong Kong of restricting media freedom, suppressing labor union organizations, arresting pro-democracy activists and forcing all public officials to take a loyalty test, more and more Hong Kongers have immigrated to Canada to escape the CCP's tyranny.
【G-Times News】Health Officials in Two Canadian Provinces Face Legal Lawsuits Over Covid Pandemic Health Orders

【G-Times News】Health Officials in Two Canadian Provinces Face Legal Lawsuits Over Covid Pandemic Health Orders

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - G-Times News According to a True North report on May 8th, health officials in British Columbia and Alberta must face civil lawsuits over several health orders issued under the Covid pandemic
Hong Kong People Immigrate to Canada at Record High

Hong Kong People Immigrate to Canada at Record High

According to a foreign report on May 11th that in order to silent opposition voices, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) shut down the media in Hong Kong, banned trade unions and independent organizations, arrested pro-democracy activists, and compelled all public officials to take a loyalty test.
Canada may join US ballistic missile defense system

Canada may join US ballistic missile defense system

Canada Vancouver Sailing Farm - Maple Leaf News Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand said on the same day that the federal government was studying the possibility of joining the U.S. ballistic missile defense system, nearly 20 years after Canada first refused to participate in the defense program.
Surgical operations in Canadian hospitals are backlogged and delayed by the pandemic

Surgical operations in Canadian hospitals are backlogged and delayed by the pandemic

According to the latest data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI), the continued ups and downs of the pandemic have not only forced longer surgical wait times in hospitals, but also heightened public concerns about easing pandemic prevention restrictions, CTV News reported on May 10.