Reporters From Chinese Propaganda Agencies Accused of Spying on Canadian Prime Minister

Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks during the welcoming ceremony to the last of Canada's troops from Afghanistan as they returned to Ottawa International Airport on March 18, 2014, in Ottawa, Ontario. (Cole Burston/AFP/Getty Images)

OTTAWA—A former staffer from the Canadian Prime Minister’s Office has said “reporters” from Chinese propaganda agencies were spying on and monitoring Prime Minister Steven Harper...

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