Trudeau orders new probes into alleged election interference by China


By Kanishka Singh and Ismail Shakil OTTAWA (Reuters) -Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday he will appoint an independent special investigator to probe alleged election interference by China and also announced separate new probes into the suspected foreign meddling. Canadian media have recently published detailed reports, citing anonymous intelligence sources, alleging schemes

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