O’Toole’s shaded past

A question for the group:Erin O’Toole’s talked a lot about “getting tough on China”. As far as I know: no one’s held him to account about his track record on China. In 2012, O’Toole was a cabinet minister in a government that signed a FIPA deal with China that remains in effect until 2044. Despite 10 years of state sponsored industrial espionage scandals, and Nortel’s resulting bankruptcy, Erin O’Toole gave China the right to sue us for blocking any Canadian project they invest in, for any reason at all, even if that project is doing something illegal. Meanwhile, China is free to kidnap Canadians at will.Has anyone asked O’Toole about this?.

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