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Canada is intensifying its efforts to combat foreign interference, with a recent report highlighting China and India as the most active countries involved in such activities. The report underscores the growing concerns about the influence of foreign powers on Canada’s domestic affairs and the steps being taken to safeguard national sovereignty.

The report, which has garnered significant attention, indicates that both China and India have been particularly active in attempts to interfere in Canadian politics, society, and economy. These activities range from cyber espionage and economic coercion to political influence operations and information manipulation. The findings have prompted a renewed focus on strengthening Canada’s defenses against such interference.

China’s activities, according to the report, include a wide array of tactics aimed at influencing Canadian policies and public opinion. These efforts often involve sophisticated cyber attacks, attempts to sway political decisions, and the use of economic leverage to exert pressure on Canadian businesses and government entities. The Chinese government has been accused of using its extensive network of state-owned enterprises and diaspora communities to further its strategic interests in Canada.

India’s involvement, while different in scope and method, also poses significant challenges. The report suggests that India’s activities include lobbying efforts, funding of political campaigns, and leveraging cultural and religious organizations to promote its interests. India’s engagement with the large Indian diaspora in Canada is seen as a tool to influence Canadian policies, particularly those related to trade, immigration, and foreign policy.

Indian Goverment has rejected such accusations in past and instead has blamed Canadian ruling Party of promoting Sikh separatism that in past have attacked Indian Consulates in Canada and United States.