Chinese Spy Allowed To Remain In Canada Just Because

Man accused of spying for China can remain in Canada, immigration board rules

A Chinese immigrant accused of being a spy can remain in Canada after the federal government lost an appeal to strip him of his permanent resident status.

In upholding a lower tribunal’s decision, the Immigration Appeal Division concluded that Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and his officials have failed to establish Yang Wang was a member of the Chinese Ministry of State Security (MSS) or Taiwan’s Military Intelligence Bureau (MIB) to render him “inadmissible” to Canada.