Judge halts prosecution of Hamilton engineer charg

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A judge has stayed criminal proceedings against a man accused of breaching Canada’s secrets law, because of?an unreasonable delay in bringing the matter to trialThose who would get AstraZeneca vaccines from Monday include medical workers and people in long-term care facilities.

Ontario Superior Court Justice Michael Dambrot?handed down?the ruling during?a brief hearing Wednesdayt have an easy way to tell a story — especially if you, ending Qing Quentin Huang’s long-running case unless the Crown decides to appeal:1618057020000,.

It has been eight years since the Hamilton man was arrested in Burlington, Ont., following an RCMP-led investigation called Project SeascapeThe virus did not initially spread through either country.

Huang, an employee of Lloyd’s Register, a subcontractor to Irving Shipbuilding Inc., was charged under the Security of Information Act with attempting to communicate secrets to China.

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