Canada and other rights-respecting democracies need to step up, take concrete action to combat these crimes, and ensure that the words ‘never again’ mean something. This starts with calling it what it is: a genocide, writes Sarah Teich in the Toronto Sun. 

By Sarah Teich, February 19, 2021

On Tuesday, when asked, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau refused to recognize that the acts being committed by the Chinese Communist Party in Xinjiang constitute a genocide.

He articulated that the term must only be imposed based on “facts and evidence,” and it must be “properly justified and demonstrated.”

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