A clerk at the B.C. Supreme Court said Meng appeared in court on Wednesday and a bail hearing is scheduled for Friday.
But the Globe and Mail newspaper reported she is facing extradition to the United States on suspicion of violating USA sanctions against Iran.
"Americans are grateful that our Canadian partners have arrested the Chief Financial Officer of a giant Chinese telecom company for breaking US sanctions against Iran, " he said.
The spokesman added that Huawei complies with laws and regulations everywhere it operates.
In April, the Wall Street Journal reported the U.S. Department of Justice was investigating whether Huawei violated U.S. sanctions against Iran.
Huawei is one of China's most prominent technology companies - a huge telecommunications firm, and the world's second-biggest smartphone manufacturer.
As of August 2018, US federal government agencies are barred from purchasing Huawei equipment. She is reportedly sought by the USA for breaking trade embargo with Iran.More news: China confident of agreeing U.S. trade deal despite Trump's combative stance
US prosecutors in NY have been investigating whether Huawei violated USA sanctions in relation to Iran.
"At the request of the USA side, the Canadian side arrested a Chinese citizen not violating any American or Canadian law".
Canadian officials have arrested Wanzhou Meng, the chief financial officer and deputy chairwoman of the board for the Chinese tech giant Huawei, CBC News has confirmed.
The Chinese embassy in Ottawa has called for her immediate release.
In 2012, the House of Representatives released a report warning Huawei poses a national security threat to the USA, and American companies and its government should avoid doing business with the company.
The Wall Street Journal notes that US authorities want to bring Meng to federal court in the Eastern District of NY.
Huawei, the world's biggest network equipment maker ahead of Ericsson and Nokia, has said Beijing has no influence over its operations.
In May, the Pentagon banned the sale of Huawei phones on military bases. Huawei makes telecom equipment and personal electronics sold worldwide.
Huawei's comments came in response to the FCC's notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for Protecting Against National Security Threats to the Communications Supply Chain Through FCC Programs.