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FUREY: Banning Huawei could be a national unity moment for Canada

Let’s think of this as a national unity project that is about putting Canada first.

poll conducted a month ago by Angus Reid Institute showed that 70% of Canadians don’t want Huawei involved in our 5G and that negative opinions of China have increased in the past year. The more people learn about this situation, the less they like it.

The Liberal government has so far been cagey on this but they would be well-advised to pivot and instead seize on this issue as a non-partisan rallying cry to bring everyone together.

Let’s think of this as a national unity project that is about putting Canada first.

Read Anthony Furey’s latest in the Toronto Sun.

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