CBC/Radio-Canada closed its Beijing bureau after the Chinese government refused to provide a journalist visa for the broadcaster’s new China correspondent.
Media workers were among 62 Canadians sanctioned by the Russian government and banned indefinitely from entering the country.
Russia’s foreign ministry announced it would close CBC/Radio-Canada’s Moscow bureau and cancel its reporters’ visas.
Journalists were among 61 Canadians sanctioned by the Russian government and banned indefinitely from entering the country.
The director of communications for the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada asked Twitter and Meta, the owner of Facebook, to remove social media posts linking to a Toronto Sun column, reported the Canadian Press.