Mao Ning, spokeswoman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, called for Canada to abandon sensationalism, not to exaggerate the matter any further and not to use it to tarnish China´s reputation.
Likewise, she called on Canada to stop looking for more pretexts to launch attacks on Beijing and the alleged Chinese interference in its elections.
On Thursday, Canada affirmed that Chinese citizens were victims of siege and other actions conducted by alleged police stations.
The government opened investigations in Montreal and Brossard cities, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Minister Melanie Joly expressed deep concern about alleged establishment of the centers.
Apart from Canada, information has been circulating since last year about the alleged existence of at least 36 similar sites in Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, France, Italy and Portugal with the purpose of persuading 230,000 Chinese citizens to return to their homeland and face justice for crimes committed.