Opposition Parties Rekindle Push to Obtain Documents on Firing of Winnipeg Scientistson November 24, 2021 at 10:37 pm

As Parliament resumed this week, opposition parties picked up where they left off in their quest to obtain more information from the Liberal government pertaining to the firing of two scientists from Canada’s highest-security laboratory. During the first session of the new Parliament on Nov. 23, all opposition parties signalled their intention to pursue a new battle with the Liberals to obtain documents that provide more information on the firing of scientists Xiangguo Qiu and Keding Cheng, who were escorted out of Winnipeg’s National Microbiology Lab (NML) in 2019, and later fired. In an unprecedented move during the last Parliament, the government sued the Speaker of the House, Liberal Anthony Rota, to prevent the release of the documents after the House asked the Liberal government to provide them. The case was dropped with the dissolution of Parliament in mid-August. Now, opposition parties are again asking for the documents and decrying …

Noé Chartier

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