Michael Kovrig embraces his wife Vina Nadjibulla, left, and sister Ariana Botha after arriving at Pearson International Airport in Toronto on September 25. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP Michael Kovrig embraces his wife Vina Nadjibulla, left, and sister Ariana Botha after arriving at Pearson International Airport in Toronto on September 25. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
Michael Kovrig embraces his wife Vina Nadjibulla, left, and sister Ariana Botha after arriving at Pearson International Airport in Toronto on September 25. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
Huawei

China wants ‘non-discriminatory’ treatment of Huawei, as survey says 76 per cent of Canadians want the tech company banned from 5G

  • Support for Huawei playing a role in Canada’s 5G infrastructure has plummeted since 2019, according to a Nanos poll
  • The findings come after China released Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, whose treatment was viewed by Ottawa as hostage diplomacy

Topic |   Huawei
Michael Kovrig embraces his wife Vina Nadjibulla, left, and sister Ariana Botha after arriving at Pearson International Airport in Toronto on September 25. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP Michael Kovrig embraces his wife Vina Nadjibulla, left, and sister Ariana Botha after arriving at Pearson International Airport in Toronto on September 25. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
Michael Kovrig embraces his wife Vina Nadjibulla, left, and sister Ariana Botha after arriving at Pearson International Airport in Toronto on September 25. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
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