Unfortunately, I think it's very late in the day for us to be asking that question. We've had two decades of China's steady strangulation of Hong Kong in which we should have responded. Now, when the python has almost consumed its prey, it's very late for us. I think cancelling extradition is the right thing to do, and creating a fast track for immigration to Canada, but none of this saves Hong Kong.
The one area where I have hope, however, is that, as I've indicated, I'm tremendously impressed by the young people who were part of the protests. I've met some of them. They're creative. They're adaptive. They're thoughtful. Unfortunately, I think they're going to have to carry out a lot of that at some distance, because it's no longer safe for them to return to Hong Kong.
I also think we should be prepared to use Magnitsky legislation to block, for example, access to Canada for people who have clearly rolled back democratic rights in Hong Kong.