Canada’s former national security advisor Mike MacDonald told the House of Commons Affairs Committee he didn't keep 'track' of the intelligence memo. Two other political aides to Trudeau have also testified that they somehow missed the memo.
'The Trudeau government is lending Canada’s good name to Beijing and giving it the veneer of respectability of doing something on climate change. That’s why we are calling on Minister Guilbeault to resign as Executive Vice-Chairman of Beijing’s Council and for the Trudeau government to cancel further funding.'
As a 'reciprocal countermeasure in reaction to Canada’s unscrupulous move,' the Chinese Communists declared 'Jennifer Lynn Lalonde, consul of the Consulate General of Canada in Shanghai, persona non grata.'
A report presented to MP Michael Chong by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Privy Council Office 'contained information that I and other MPs were being targeted by the PRC (People’s Republic of China). This contradicts what the Prime Minister said yesterday.'
Speaker of the House Anthony Rota did not want to allow an emergency debate on why the government failed to inform MP Michael Chong that he and his family were being targeted by the Chinese Communist Party.
At an in-person meeting with the head of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Michael Chong was told the spying came about because the MP supported a motion in parliament in 2021 that condemned the CCP’s actions in Xinjiang as genocide.