O’Toole Wants Relocation Of 2022 Olympic Games Out Of China

Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole speaks at the press conference. Pic: Erin O'Toole

Ottawa: Erin O’Toole, Leader of Canada’s Conservatives and the Official Opposition, has issued the following statement calling on Justin Trudeau to seek the relocation of 2022 Olympic Games from China:

“Today, I call on Justin Trudeau to actively seek the relocation of the 2022 Olympic Games. Canada should not be sending athletes to China in the middle of a genocide.

“Canada has long been a world leader in standing up for human rights and dignity. But today, we have become a nation of silence, not one of principled action.

“I think Canadians would agree that it would violate fundamental ethical principles to participate in an Olympic Games hosted by a country that is committing genocide against part of its population.

“The Olympic Games and the athletes who compete in them have and will inspire the next generation – and they must continue to provide such inspiration.

“But not in China, in the shadow of a genocide.” O’Toole also tweeted: “We need to be much stronger and stand up to Communist China. The 2022 Olympic Games should be relocated out of China.”

Meanwhile, O’Toole said his Conservative team was focused on getting Canadians back to work in every sector and in every region of our country. He held a to talk with the Greater Vancouver @BoardofTrade to discuss about ‘how we can move forward and can make this happen.’


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