The Car rally went all across Malls and Shopping Plaza to aware Canadians about the danger of Communist Party of China.
The banners on all cars were waving with Slogans "China Lied, People Died".
On the following day, Canada's parliament passed a non-binding motion on Monday saying China's treatment of the UighurMuslim minority in the Xinjiang region constitutes genocide, putting pressure on Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to follow suit.
In the run up to the 62nd anniversary of the Tibetan National Uprising Day on 10th March. Global Alliance for Tibetan and Persecuted Minorities (GATPM) has launched a campaign exposing human rights violations and atrocities being committed on Tibetans and other minorities by Communist Party of China. They have installed standees, banners in front Chinese embassy in London. The aim is to educate people around the world about the massacre Tibetans and others are enduring under CCP. Tibet is under its illegal occupation for over 70 years. An armed Tibetan rebellion in 1958 had met a brutal crackdown from Chinese. Since then the Tibetan government, their spiritual leader Dalai Lama have been living in exile in India. Chinese are not only accused of persecuting Tibetans and Uyghurs but they also have launched a violent crackdown against practitioners of Falun Gong. Thousands have been killed for their beliefs, their organs sold. While 87,000 have been tortured, 4,160 died due to atrocities.
Members of the Chinese community in Ontario, Canada held a car rally against the Chinese Communist Party. They displayed placards blaming China for the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. The Car rally went all across Malls and Shopping Plaza to aware Canadians about the danger of Communist Party of China. This comes as the legislature in Canada voted to label Beijing's treatment of Uighurs in Xinjiang as genocide. While the motion does not have any binding effect, it puts pressure on Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to follow suit. Watch the full video for all the details.
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A new study highlighted the risks of leukemia in children with Down syndrome. It pointed to stronger than expected associations between Down syndrome and acute myeloid leukemia (AML), one type of blood cancer. Down syndrome is one of the most common genetic conditions in the US and Canada. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 6,000 babies with Down syndrome are born in the United States each year. That is approximately one in every 700 babies born in the US and one in 750 newborns in Canada. Children with Down syndrome have a substantially increased risk of multiple health conditions compared to the general population. They have a particularly elevated risk (estimated 150-fold) of developing AML before age of five. The study confirmed that Down syndrome is a strong risk factor for childhood leukemia. The researchers examined medical data of more than 3.9 million children born 1996-2016 in seven US healthcare systems or in Ontario, Canada. The data included the children's health information from birth to cancer diagnosis, death, age of 15 years, disenrollment, or December 30, 2016.
Credit: The White HouseUS president Joe Biden has had his first bilateral meeting with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau virtually, with the coronavirus pandemic stripping the occasion of its customary Oval Office fanfare.The two leaders – Mr Biden in the Roosevelt Room at the White House and Mr Trudeau in the prime minister’s office in Ottawa – delivered friendly opening remarks in front of the media.Mr Trudeau was commended Mr Biden for quickly rejoining the Paris climate accord, a worldwide pact to curb climate emissions that Donald Trump walked away from early in his term.
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U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought on Tuesday to turn the page on the Trump era, stressing the countries' deep ties and pledging to work together to counteract Chinese influence and address climate change. Gloria Tso reports.
U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought on Tuesday to turn the page on the Trump era, stressing the countries' deep ties and pledging to work together on COVID-19 and climate change in their first bilateral meeting.
President Joe Biden on Friday sought to present a united front with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga to counter an increasingly assertive China as the U.S. leader held his first face-to-face White House summit since taking office. Flora Bradley-Watson reports.
Agnès Callamard, Secretary General of Amnesty International, speaks to Becky Anderson about the state of human rights around the world from Myanmar’s military coup, to China’s treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, to Russia’s imprisonment of Alexey Navalny.
CNN’s Arwa Damon visits a school outside of Istanbul where Uyghur families from the Xinjiang region of China have left their children with the promise they would return to Turkey but were never able to make it back.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday urged the governments of Western countries to penalise those deliberately spreading their message of hate against Muslims by disrespecting the Prophet in the same way that they had outlawed any negative comment against the Holocaust. Khan, in a series of tweets said that Muslims cannot tolerate any kind of blasphemy in the honour of their Prophet.
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