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Canadian Law: Sanctions Freeze

canadian law: Under Canadian law, the sanctions freeze the assets of the people involved and prohibit most business dealings with them, according to Vancouver Courier. Canada earlier announced sanctions against Maj.-Gen. Freeland says the sanctions are a result of the significant role played by senior military officials in the brutal violence and persecution against the Rohingya communities in Myanmar, which has forced more than 720,000 of them to flee their homes.article continues below Trending Stories Average hotel night in Vancouver is 260; Airbnb is 150Hearts flutter as Ryan Reynolds offers video tribute to Rio TheatreB.C. cuts fees that payday loan companies can charge How Vancouver's Ryan Reynolds photographed his junk to teach his dad a lesson The same individuals have also been placed under sanctions by the European Union. Maung Maung Soe, who was described as a senior officer who played a significant role in the Rohingya persecutions. Freeland said the international community cannot be silent over the events in that country. Canada has also been contributing to relief efforts to help refugees who have fled persecution in Myanmar. ( As reported in the news.