I think your government should be more vigorous in its protests and requests to the Chinese government about the treatment of Canadians in many respects. I've known of certain cases—in one or two I've been consulted—where the people who feel intimidated by the efforts of the Chinese government—whether to send people quietly to intimidate them in Canada or to use the telephone or financial pressures—don't feel that your ministry of foreign affairs has been vigorous enough in protecting their rights and telling the Chinese government to cut it out.
Also, on your cases, I don't know why your extradition process should take so long. Extradition is a complicated business, but your court system should be functioning far more quickly in handling the controversial Huawei case that is causing so much difficulty. This has been going on forever.
Even though Ms. Meng is living in two wonderful houses in Vancouver, there are restrictions on her rights, however comfortable she is. Certainly, look what it's doing to the people who have been unfairly retaliated against, the two Michaels, and at least one of those who have been condemned to death is a Canadian national. This shouldn't go on forever. Extradition could take place more quickly.