A third of Canada has been arrested in China, according to Global Affairs Canada.
Canadian officials did not give details of what the individual is or why they are arresting their privacy concerns.
"Canadian Canadian Canadian citizens have been arrested in China. Consular officials are giving family support," said Maegan Graveline spokesman
A source that speaks of anonymity has said Canadian officials have found information on the detainee on Tuesday as someone who knows the last minister, not Chinese officers.
Foreign Minister Mohamed Chunying, the Canadian spokesman, said Wednesday, Wednesday, that he had not heard of the third detainees.
The latest arrest by the National Post, the tensions between Canada and China are increasing.
Canada has made harsh criticisms by Chinese authorities and the media, Meng Wanzhou, as China's telecommunications giant Huawei has been executed earlier this month in Vancouver. Meng was arrested at the request of United States officials, and was awaited in the extradition procedure.
After long detention in Meng, Chinese officials arrested two men of Canadian national security concerns, Chinese officials said.
A Canadian, Michael Kovrig, was a diplomat at the GAC but was not a non-governmental organization, when he was arrested in China. Another Michael Spavor is a business man who runs North Korean tours.
Canadian officials did not associate with the last arrests of the last diplomatic turmoil of the country's countries.