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National Security Breach – Opposition says Trudeau is hiding documents revealing China took deadly viruses from Canadian lab to Wuhan

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News Release from the Conservative Party of Canada

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole calls on Justin Trudeau to release secret national security documents

The Hon. Erin O’Toole, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives and the Official Opposition, issued the following statement calling on Justin Trudeau to release the secret documents he has been hiding in an effort to cover up a possible national security breach:

“Today, Canada’s Conservatives are demanding that Justin Trudeau release the secret documents he has been hiding from Canadians. These documents are about the transfer of Ebola and Henipah viruses to the Wuhan Institute of Virology in March 2019, and Drs. Xiangguo Qiu and Keding Cheng, who had their security clearances revoked and were fired after the transfer.

“For years, Canada’s security services have been warning the government and universities about the risks of research cooperation with communist China. It begs the question of how two scientists with deep connections to the Chinese military were able to obtain a high-level Canadian security clearance to conduct work with dangerous viruses like Ebola.

“Unfortunately, this cover-up should come as no surprise to Canadians. Justin Trudeau reversed a decision to block the sale of a Canadian security firm, ITF Technologies, to a Chinese state-owned enterprise.

“The Prime Minister also refused to ban Huawei, despite being the only Five Eyes country that has not acted.

“But what’s even more concerning is the length the Liberals are going to cover up details about the transfer of these dangerous viruses to China.

“This is Justin Trudeau’s legacy. More corruption. More scandals. More of the same. There’s only one choice to secure Canada’s future, and that is Canada’s Conservatives.”

The Conservative Opposition Day motion can be found here.

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NewsAlert: Canada should align with allies on Olympic diplomatic boycott: Trudeau

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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says it is important for Canada to align with its allies on a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Winter Olympics.

Trudeau says Canada has been talking to allies for “many months” about the issue and an official announcement is expected later today.

The United States was first to announce a diplomatic boycott Monday, meaning American athletes would still compete in Beijing but no U.S. political officials would attend.

Australia and the United Kingdom have both now followed suit.

They cite human rights concerns including allegations of genocide against the Muslim Uyghur minority in China’s Xinjiang province.

China denies those allegations and is accusing the United States of upending the political neutrality of sport.

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This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 8, 2021.

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Bank of Canada keeps key interest rate on hold

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OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada is keeping its key interest rate target on hold at its rock-bottom level of 0.25 per cent.

In a statement, the central bank also says senior decision makers don’t expect to raise the trendsetting rate until some time between April and September next year, which is unchanged from its previous guidance.

The Bank of Canada also warns that high inflation rates will continue through the first half of next year.

The Bank of Canada says it won’t be until the second half of 2022 that inflation falls back towards the bank’s comfort zone of between one and three per cent.

By the end of next year, the bank is forecasting the annual inflation rate to fall to 2.1 per cent.

The bank says it is keeping a close eye on expectations for price growth and wage growth to make sure they don’t create a spiral of price increases.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 8, 2021.

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