Yes, that's the one.Shopify .... they already announced they'd be the anchor tenant in the office tower at The Well.
Velshi said the work done in Canada is for civilian use, but others say that doesn’t mean the technology won’t be used by oppressive regimes.
A greater influx of jobs and money could give Beijing more leverage in Canada with a looming threat they could force Huawei to pull out of the country, Parsons said.
A total of 60,408 people were employed in the Toronto technology sector in 2019. That’s a 16.6 per cent increase over 2018 and 84.6 per cent increase when compared with 2014. Currently, two per cent of all of the city’s establishments are in the tech field, which is an 85.7 per cent increase in about five years.
A gold-gilded deal, but is it something Canada wants?
Security and political experts say further Canadian expansion by Huawei brings tough questions as the tech giant looks to relocate its research and development centre from Silicon Valley to Canada, due to sanctions imposed by Washington.www.thestar.com
Not really- they just make the most noise (massive PR push bankrolled by the Communist Party). Embedding Huawei into countries is part of their 'Made in China 2025' strategy, but that's another story.why not? they have the more 5G patents than any other company and are doing alot of research.