Politics This Morning: Ambassador to China heads to Hill for briefing on detained Canadians
By Beatrice Paez Jan. 18, 2019
Opposition efforts to hold part of the meeting in public were shot down by Liberal MPs, who outnumber their Conservative and NDP counterparts on the committee.
Conservative foreign affairs critic Erin O'Toole address reporters Thursday before the House Foreign Affairs Committee met. The committee unanimously voted for a briefing with ambassador John McCallum, but the oppositions' efforts to make part of the meeting public were shot down. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade