Destination Canada, wholly owned by the federal government, and its partners decided to “temporarily pause or postpone our current marketing efforts in China,” the CBC quoted the organization’s representative as saying.
The marketing primarily promoted winter activities across Canada on Chinese social media, the representative said.
The response is the latest fallout from the arrest earlier this month of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
China is the biggest tourism source for Canada’s Northwest territory, according to the region’s Department of Infrastructure, Tourism and Investment.
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