Conservatives ask spy agency to investigate former Canadian ambassador to China | Power & Politics

The Conservative Party is asking Canada’s spy agency, CSIS, to investigate whether recent comments by Ottawa’s former ambassador to China pose a threat to the upcoming fall election. John McCallum said in a recent interview he has warned former contacts in China’s Foreign Affairs Ministry that any further “punishments” imposed on Canada’s exports could trigger a change of government that would be unfavourable to Beijing.
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