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Sunday, December 01, 2013

Toronto man arrested & charged for allegedly spying on Canada


A Toronto man allegedly tried to supply China with classified information related to border security, according to the RCMP.
Officers arrested Qing Quentin Huang, 53, under the Security Information Act on Friday.
He is charged with two counts of attempting to communicate information the Canadian government is safeguarding to a foreign power.
Huang worked for a company that builds patrol ships, frigates and naval auxiliary vessels for Canada.
"In these types of cases, sharing of information may give a foreign entity a tactical, military or competitive advantage by knowing the specifications of vessels responsible for defending Canadian waters and Canadian sovereignty," the RCMP's Jennifer Strachan said in a statement.

KEVIN CONNOR | QMI AGENCY
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