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Canada’s Silence on Hong Kong

People carry umbrellas on a street in Toronto on Oct. 1, 2014 while demonstrating in solidarity with protesters in Hong Kong. Supporters of democracy took to Hong Kong's streets after the Chinese regime ruled that it would restrict who could run in the 2017 election for the island city's chief executive. (Ling Yi/Epoch Times)
People carry umbrellas on a street in Toronto on Oct. 1, 2014 while demonstrating in solidarity with protesters in Hong Kong. Supporters of democracy took to Hong Kong's streets after the Chinese regime ruled that it would restrict who could run in the 2017 election for the island city's chief executive. (Ling Yi/Epoch Times)

PARLIAMENT HILL—Hong Kong is in a precarious position and the Canadian government’s quiet call for a peaceful resolution isn’t the strong voice of support some...




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