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Scarcely 24 hours after U.S. prosecutors sent on the evidence they’d gathered in support of extraditing Meng Wanzhou from Canada to the United States, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland wasn’t even trying to put a gloss on the parlous state of Canada-China relations.

“It is absolutely the case that we face a challenging situation with China now,” Freeland told reporters as she left cabinet Tuesday. “Our government is extremely focused on addressing that situation.”

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