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Canadian PM Harper Raised Persecution of Falun Gong During China Visit Print E-mail
Monday, 12 March 2012 05:19
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper brought up human rights and the issue of the long-running persecution of Falun Gong during his China visit last month, Harper told reporters in a roundtable with Canadian Chinese media.

“Whenever we go on these trips, whenever we meet the Chinese leadership, whether it’s in Canada or China or in other parts of the world, we always raise a full range of freedom, democracy, human rights, and rule of law issues,” Harper said in the roundtable, held March 9.

“To the extent this comes up with our...

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Press Release: Falun Gong takes City to court for unconstitutional bylaw Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 November 2011 08:46
Vancouver - Nov. 2, 2011:  Falun Gong practitioners are compelled to once more take their fight for free speech to the courts in order to protect their right to peaceful protest outside the Chinese Consulate-General on Granville Street until the genocide against Falun Gong stops.    

Falun Gong practitioners are holding a press conference to announce that they have just filed a Petition in the Supreme Court of BC asking that the revised wording of the City bylaw be declared unconstitutional and inoperative. BC Civil Liberties Association...

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Another Gong show, hosted by the City of Vancouver Print E-mail
Friday, 08 April 2011 23:50
Vancouver City staff consulted with the Chinese government over a proposed bylaw that would banish Falun Gong protestors from the Vancouver consulate

Clive Ansley knows something about China.

He speaks and reads Mandarin. In 1985, he was the first foreign lawyer to establish an office in Shanghai. He taught law at Shanghai’s Fudan University and Tongji University, both of which are among the best in the country. He is a recognized expert on Chinese law and the Chinese judicial system. He spent, in all, 19 years in China, Taiwan and Hong...

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