Police officers stand guard on Nathan Road in Hong Kong in September during protests against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse Police officers stand guard on Nathan Road in Hong Kong in September during protests against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse
Police officers stand guard on Nathan Road in Hong Kong in September during protests against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse

Canadian MPs will investigate ‘safe haven’ plan for Hongkongers fleeing national security law

  • A parliamentary committee has unanimously backed a study of how to help Hong Kong people ‘facing persecution’ under the new security law
  • MP Jenny Kwan decries a lack of concrete measures in Canada to accommodate Hongkongers escaping the law, in a situation she says is ‘getting worse by the day’

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Police officers stand guard on Nathan Road in Hong Kong in September during protests against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse Police officers stand guard on Nathan Road in Hong Kong in September during protests against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse
Police officers stand guard on Nathan Road in Hong Kong in September during protests against the new national security law. Photo: May Tse
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