McCallum’s remarks go beyond being pro-Beijing – they’re un-Canadian

Canadians should be asking themselves whether John McCallum’s remarkable intervention in the extradition case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was government policy, or whether the ambassador had taken it upon himself to offer an undignified and troubling defence of Ms. Meng – one more appropriate coming from China’s own ambassador than the official Canadian representative to China.

It is simply stunning that a sitting ambassador would brazenly and publicly make the case for Meng’s appeal, or comment publicly at all on such judicial matters.