Everything Old Is New Again It was back in 2012 when I first started following Canada-China relations, prompted by then CSIS director RIchard Faddens comments that CSIS was investigating foreign influence on Canadian politicians. The research I did lead to this post, which gives insight based on research and reports relevant to current events:Continue reading Playing with the Dragon III : Why the LPC’s historical alliance with China is one to watch amid current disputes
Third and final installment of Playing with the Dragon series coming next week.
At long last, the final installment of the Playing with the Dragon series is nearly done, effectively creating a trilogy. It is perhaps, the most incendiary of the three posts, and for good reason-it speaks to the reach of the Chinese government in a Canadian arena where it should have no access whatsoever. As a primer to provideContinue reading Third and final installment of Playing with the Dragon series coming next week.
“Whistle Blowers and Public Service Governance” – A talk by the Hon.David Kilgour.
I am very lucky that many of my friends and colleagues are truth tellers, and we give each other support- along with those whose stories we tell – knowing full well the ramifications that come with doing so. Truth does not always come without a cost,personal or professional. However, these men and women have not not allowed themselvesContinue reading “Whistle Blowers and Public Service Governance” – A talk by the Hon.David Kilgour.
Playing with the Dragon II – The architects behind Canada’s China policy.
In 1989, I sat alone in front of the TV, watching the fight for democracy and freedom come to a head in China. Who could forget this iconic image of a single man standing before the tanks, facing likely death? What strength lives in a soul to find yourself taking such action ? For a young woman like myself, raisedContinue reading Playing with the Dragon II – The architects behind Canada’s China policy.