Two B.C. Companies Dissolved Over National Security

According to Innovation, Science, and Industry Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne, the Canadian government has ordered Bluevec Technologies and Pegauni Technology to shut down operations following a national security review. Although Champagne shared no details, he suggested the issues involved the companies’ receiving foreign investment.

“The government’s decisions are based on facts and evidence and on the advice of Canada’s security and intelligence community and other government partners,” said Champagne. “While Canada continues to welcome foreign direct investment, we will act decisively when investments threaten our national security.”

B.C. corporate registry records indicate that both companies share Junfeng (Jack) Jia as CEO and sole director and the same mailing address in Surrey. Their offices in industrial parks in Burnaby are about 500 meters apart.

Bluevec Technologies sells wireless drone defense technology that allows users to “secure the sky” against unwanted drones. The technology detects a drone’s wireless signals and blocks or disables the device. Applications for the technology include protecting a person’s privacy, safeguarding air traffic lanes, and preventing drones from dropping contraband into prisons.

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