Sure, but I do want to point out that if we start treating Hong Kong as part of China, I'm very concerned that Canada is going to start imposing visa requirements on Hong Kong citizens leaving Hong Kong, which would make it far more difficult for people who want to leave Hong Kong now. I just want to put that out there. Even if you want to consider Hong Kong as part of China, please don't impose that extra barrier for them to leave.
For now, I think Canadian citizens can still come back to Canada. It's the family members and the extended family members, as well as people who have no ties with Canada, whom I most worry about. In the last few months, I've been getting calls from people who have family members who, because they are Hong Kong citizens and not Canadian citizens—they are parents, grandparents—may not be able to come even after the pandemic travel ban era.
Those are the people who may need some kind of immediate action to allow them to come. Maybe we should think about lifting some of the restrictions during the pandemic travel ban, as well as providing some kind of facilitated passage for activists who have no current ties with Canada. If they want to leave, those people must be able to find a way to leave.