A Commons committee yesterday acknowledged the Chinese Communist Party operated “police service stations” in Canada. Critics had ridiculed the suggestion “so-called Chinese police stations” were spying on local communities in three cities.

“To date no individuals have been arrested or had their diplomatic credentials removed in relation to the overseas police service stations,” wrote the Commons Special Committee on Canada-China Relations. The committee in a report to Parliament noted the police stations were the subject of an ongoing RCMP investigation and formal diplomatic protests to the Chinese Ambassador.

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