'We can do both': Kovrig's wife disappointed by PM citing need to protect Canadians amid calls for Meng's release  CTV NewsView Full coverage on Google News
Vina Nadjibulla, wife of Michael Kovrig -- who along with Michael Spavor has been detained in China for more than 565 days -- says she's 'disappointed' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won't consider exchanging the detainees for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou because he thinks it would endanger other Canadians abroad.Vina Nadjibulla, wife of Michael Kovrig -- who along with Michael Spavor has been detained in China for more than 565 days -- says she's 'disappointed' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau won't consider exchanging the detainees for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou because he thinks it would endanger other Canadians abroad.

'We can do both': Kovrig's wife disappointed by PM citing need to protect Canadians amid calls for Meng's release | CTV News

Beijing lashed out at Canada this week over criticism about Chinese prosecution of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, urging Ottawa to cease 'megaphone diplomacy.' Our political panel discusses the consequences of the ongoing tensions.Beijing lashed out at Canada this week over criticism about Chinese prosecution of Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, urging Ottawa to cease 'megaphone diplomacy.' Our political panel discusses the consequences of the ongoing tensions.

China criticises Canada for 'irresponsible remarks' over two men charged with spying | Canada | The GuardianBeijing denounces ‘megaphone diplomacy’ over jailed Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, and arrest of Huawei executive

China criticises Canada for 'irresponsible remarks' over two men charged with spying | Canada | The Guardian

Short-term foreign policy changes won't be enough to meet the global challenges Canada faces, Rob Breakenridge says — particularly with China. Short-term foreign policy changes won't be enough to meet the global challenges Canada faces, Rob Breakenridge says — particularly with China.

COMMENTARY: Canada is long overdue for a foreign policy reset - National | Globalnews.ca

The implication, if this argument is to have any force, is that actively rewarding China's abduction of our citizens is a jim-dandy way of making sure it never happens again

Colby Cosh: Knowing when to hold 'em, and when to fold 'em, in our poker game with China | National Post

Colby Cosh: Knowing when to hold 'em, and when to fold 'em, in our poker game with China | National Post

Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig have been imprisoned in China for more than a year and a half, but the Chinese have indicated that they may be released if Canada does the same for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig have been imprisoned in China for more than a year and a half, but the Chinese have indicated that they may be released if Canada does the same for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

Opinion | As Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig remain hostages, Trudeau is right to resist China’s bullying - The Washington Post

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is finally putting his foot down. China wants a hostage exchange and Canada isn’t going along with it.For too long, the PM has shied away from criticizing China.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is finally putting his foot down. China wants a hostage exchange and Canada isn’t going along with it.

EDITORIAL: Trudeau right to rule out prisoner exchange | Toronto Sun

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is finally putting his foot down. China wants a hostage exchange and Canada isn’t going along with it.For too long, the PM has shied away from criticizing China.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is finally putting his foot down. China wants a hostage exchange and Canada isn’t going along with it.

EDITORIAL: Trudeau right to rule out prisoner exchange | Toronto Sun

As a frequent, harsh critic of our prime minister, it’s only fair I give Justin Trudeau a pat on the back this week for his willingness to stand up to a former Supreme Court justice, two former ambassadors to Washington, a former NDP leader, three former foreign ministers, four former ambassad...As a frequent, harsh critic of our prime minister, it’s only fair I give Justin Trudeau a pat on the back this week for his willingness to stand up to a former Supreme Court justice, two former ambassadors to Washington, a former NDP leader, three former foreign ministers, four former ambassadors to the United Nations and a former Liberal justice minister.

GUNTER: Trudeau is right to not engage in hostage diplomacy | Toronto Sun

As a frequent, harsh critic of our prime minister, it’s only fair I give Justin Trudeau a pat on the back this week for his willingness to stand up to a former Supreme Court justice, two former ambassadors to Washington, a former NDP leader, three former foreign ministers, four former ambassad...As a frequent, harsh critic of our prime minister, it’s only fair I give Justin Trudeau a pat on the back this week for his willingness to stand up to a former Supreme Court justice, two former ambassadors to Washington, a former NDP leader, three former foreign ministers, four former ambassadors to the United Nations and a former Liberal justice minister.

GUNTER: Trudeau is right to not engage in hostage diplomacy | Toronto Sun

CBC News Network's Sunday Scrum panel is your destination for frank discussion and analysis of the week's big political stories. This week, we talk to our panellists about renewed tensions between Canada and China as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau resisted loud calls to release Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou. A group of high-profile Canadians, including former parliamentarians and senior diplomats, penned a letter to Justice Minister David Lametti...

Sunday Scrum: Trudeau resists pressure to release Meng Wanzhou amid rising tensions with China

MONTREAL: The wife of one of two Canadians imprisoned in China said Sunday she is "disappointed" by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's refusal to consider a swap for a detained Huawei executive facing extradition to the United States.MONTREAL: The wife of one of two Canadians imprisoned in China said Sunday she is "disappointed" by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's refusal to consider a swap for a detained Huawei executive facing extradition to the United States.

Canadian detainee's wife 'disappointed' Trudeau rules out swap with China

China sharply criticized Canada on Saturday, blaming its leaders for "irresponsible" statements about two Canadians accused of spying in China and callingChina sharply criticized Canada on Saturday, blaming its leaders for “irresponsible” statements about two Canadians accused of spying in China and calling on Ottawa to end its “Me…

China slams Canada's rhetoric over spy charges - Asia Times

Across political spectrum, two-thirds agree Meng situation be left to courts, disagree with intervention June 29, 2020 – As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rebuffs calls to intervene in the extradition

Meng and the Michaels: Most support PM’s refusal to swap Huawei executive for imprisoned Canadians - Angus Reid Institute

Watch Chinese embassy accuses Canada of “megaphone diplomacy” in two Michaels case Video Online, on GlobalNews.caWatch Chinese embassy accuses Canada of “megaphone diplomacy” in two Michaels case Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca

Chinese embassy accuses Canada of “megaphone diplomacy” in two Michaels case | Watch News Videos Online

The question Canada must ask is: Is it in Canada's long-term interest to be "dictated" by U.S. policies?

Why Canada should free Meng Wanzhou - CGTN

There is no conflict between China and Canada over the two sides’ core interests. Yet given the economic and trade between them, differences in people’s beliefs and Canada’s own calculations over what to do as a middle power, China has not factored into Ottawa’s thinking as a central player. That being the case, continuous diplomatic tensions will occur.

Canada’s ‘microphone diplomacy’ will be to no avail - Global Times

Huawei Canada says the United States is to blame for putting Canada is an "extremely difficult" situation.Huawei Canada says the United States is to blame for putting Canada is an “extremely difficult” situation.

Huawei Canada Blames Trump for Putting Canada in 'Extremely Difficult' Situation | iPhone in Canada Blog

The Chinese embassy in Ottawa denied claims that Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are being held pending the release of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.The Chinese embassy in Ottawa denied claims that Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are being held pending the release of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

Chinese Embassy says the arrest of Kovrig and Spavor have nothing to do with the actions of Meng Wanzhou | The Post Millennial - News, Politics, Culture, and Lifestyle

The Chinese embassy in Ottawa denied claims that Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are being held pending the release of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.The Chinese embassy in Ottawa denied claims that Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig are being held pending the release of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.

Chinese Embassy says the arrest of Kovrig and Spavor have nothing to do with the actions of Meng Wanzhou | The Post Millennial - News, Politics, Culture, and Lifestyle

Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP Cathy McLeod is facing backlash on Twitter for sentiments she shared suggesting Canada subject Chinese tech giant Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou to similar treatment the. . .Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo MP Cathy McLeod is facing backlash on Twitter for sentiments she shared suggesting Canada subject Chinese tech giant Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou to similar treatment the. . .

Kamloops MP concedes emotion-driven tweet about Huawei executive Weng was inappropriate | Kamloops This Week

John Bolton, the former White House national security adviser, said on Friday that the arrest of and charges ...John Bolton, the former White House national security adviser, said on Friday that the arrest of and charges ...

Charges Against Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou Solid, Not Politically Motivated: Former Trump Adviser

Canada has questioned China's prosecution of two Canadians, who were arrested on charges of spying just days after Huawei's Meng Wanzhou was detained in Vancouver.Canada has questioned China's prosecution of two Canadians, who were arrested on charges of spying just days after Huawei's Meng Wanzhou was detained in Vancouver.

China slams Canada's 'megaphone diplomacy' over spy case as it looks to extradite Huawei exec

Canada has questioned China's prosecution of two Canadians, who were arrested on charges of spying just days after Huawei's Meng Wanzhou was detained in Vancouver.Canada has questioned China's prosecution of two Canadians, who were arrested on charges of spying just days after Huawei's Meng Wanzhou was detained in Vancouver.

China slams Canada's 'megaphone diplomacy' over spy case as it looks to extradite Huawei exec

Saturday, June 27: The fate of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor dominates reader reaction this week. Write to us at: letters@ottawacitizen.com

Today's letters: Fix Canada's unjust extradition law | Ottawa Citizen

Today's letters: Fix Canada's unjust extradition law

Today's letters: Fix Canada's unjust extradition law | Ottawa Citizen

Government can stop the extradition proceedings of Meng Wanzhou if it wants to, says Michael SprattGovernment can stop the extradition proceedings of Meng Wanzhou if it wants to, says Michael Spratt

Canada can – and should – facilitate release of the Two Michaels | Canadian Lawyer

While the Meng case reveals a major fault line among Canadian thinkers, a second group has written to Trudeau urging the PM to defend the rule of lawWhile the Meng case reveals a major fault line among Canadian thinkers, a second group has written to Trudeau urging the PM to defend the rule of law

A new message to Trudeau: There must be no 'acceding to the demands of hostage-takers' - Macleans.ca

Bolton made the remarks during a radio interview Friday.

John Bolton says he'd be happy to testify in Canada on Huawei exec’s extradition case - POLITICO

Canada will not, for instance, extradite someone without assurances that they won't face a death penalty.Canada will not, for instance, extradite someone without assurances that they won't face a death penalty.

Canada never drops extradition cases for ‘political, diplomatic reasons,’ Trudeau advised - National | Globalnews.ca

Canada will not, for instance, extradite someone without assurances that they won't face a death penalty.

Canada never drops extradition cases for ‘political, diplomatic reasons,’ Trudeau advised - National | Globalnews.ca

Almost 50 years ago, Pierre Trudeau was faced with a dreadful choice over what to do about the politically motivated kidnapping of innocent civilians.

Kurl: Trudeau has support for his stance toward China over kidnappings | Ottawa Citizen

Kurl: Trudeau has support for his stance toward China over Kovrig and SpavorKurl: Trudeau has support for his stance toward China over Kovrig and Spavor

Kurl: On China, Trudeau has Canadians in his corner | Ottawa Citizen

Nobody inside the federal government expects a dramatic shift from the policy of enlisting allies to exert quiet pressure on the Chinese

John Ivison: Trudeau ruled out a prisoner swap with China but don't expect him to take harder line | National Post

John Ivison: Trudeau ruled out a prisoner swap with China but don't expect him to take harder line | National Post

The power to intervene in extradition has never been used for political or diplomatic reasons.The power to intervene in extradition has never been used for political or diplomatic reasons.

Michael Kovrig’s wife says Canada ‘needs more leverage’ in fight for his release - National | Globalnews.ca

When the Chinese authorities granted Michael Kovrig, a former Canadian diplomat facing spying charges, a single phone call to speak to his ailing father in March it was the first time his family hadWhen the Chinese authorities granted Michael Kovrig, a former Canadian diplomat facing spying charges, a single phone call to speak to his ailing father in March it was the first time his family had

TORONTO >> Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday ruled out releasing a top Chinese tech executive in an attempt to win the release of two Canadians detained by Beijing.

Canada’s Trudeau rules out releasing Huawei tech executive | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

The memoir of Trump's former national security adviser has already made a lot of noise over claims questioning POTUS’ ability to govern the nation, but now the book is...The memoir of Trump's former national security adviser has already made a lot of noise over claims questioning POTUS’ ability to govern the nation, but now the book is...

Bolton Claims Case Against Huawei's CFO Not Politically Motivated, Ready to Testify to Prove It - Sputnik International

MONTREAL, June 29 — The wife of one of two Canadians imprisoned in China said yesterday she is “disappointed” by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s refusal to consider a swap for a detained Huawei executive facing extradition to the United States. Trudeau firmly rejected appeals that he...MONTREAL, June 29 — The wife of one of two Canadians imprisoned in China said yesterday she is “disappointed” by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s refusal to consider a swap for a detained Huawei executive facing extradition to the United States. Trudeau firmly rejected appeals that he...

Canadian detainee’s wife ‘disappointed’ Trudeau rules out swap with China | World | Malay Mail

WINNIPEG, MANITOBA (REUTERS) - China lashed out at Canada on Saturday (June 27) over criticism about Chinese prosecution of two Canadians, saying the matter is based on evidence and urging Ottawa to cease "megaphone diplomacy.". Read more at straitstimes.com.Americas News -WINNIPEG, MANITOBA (REUTERS) - China lashed out at Canada on Saturday (June 27) over criticism about Chinese prosecution of two Canadians, saying the matter is based on evidence and

China rebuts Canadian criticism over detention of two men, Americas News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

WINNIPEG — China lashed out at Canada on Saturday over criticism about Chinese prosecution of two Canadians, saying the matter is based on evidence and urging Ottawa to cease “megaphone diplomacy.WINNIPEG — China lashed out at Canada on Saturday over criticism about Chinese prosecution of two Canadians, saying the matter is based on evidence and urging Ottawa to cease “megaphone diplomacy.

China slams Canada’s criticism over detention of Spavor, Kovrig | Canoe

WINNIPEG — China lashed out at Canada on Saturday over criticism about Chinese prosecution of two Canadians, saying the matter is based on evidence and urging Ottawa to cease “megaphone diplomacy.WINNIPEG — China lashed out at Canada on Saturday over criticism about Chinese prosecution of two Canadians, saying the matter is based on evidence and urging Ottawa to cease “megaphone diplomacy.

China slams Canada’s criticism over detention of Spavor, Kovrig | Canoe