Besides being a successful Canadian broadcasting entrepreneur, Joe Wang bravely campaigns for free speech and democracy in China.
Recently, Wang was invited by Canadian Finance Minister Joe Oliver to attend a public announcement in Toronto, regarding Canadian/Chinese trade.
However, he and his news crew were ordered to leave by the organizers, a bank controlled by China's Communist Party.
Luckily, Wang caught the incident on tape.
That may be common practice back in China, but in Canada, we call it censorship.
Wang has registered a complaint to various levels of government, and is awaiting a response.
I'm trying to get to the bottom of this outrageous incident, too.
Trade with China is desirable, but we have to stand up for Canadian values at the same time.
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