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China Mobile pleads for Gov. evidence in fight against order to vacate Canada

News | 01/20/2022 4:48 pm EST
Minister of Innovation François-Philippe Champagne on Sept. 14, 2020./ Photo by Andrew Meade.

China Mobile Communications Group Co., Ltd. is arguing before the Federal Court that the government should turn over the evidence it used to make an assessment of the national security risks that ultimately led to the governor-in-council  issuing an order compelling the Chinese state-owned telecom company to pack up and leave Canada. 

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