Canada's Trudeau launches China election meddling probes
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that an independent special rapporteur will probe alleged Chinese interference in their recent elections.
The appointed investigator will review classified reports about the 2019 and 2021 federal elections and will make recommendations for future contests.
Rival political party leaders have called for a public inquiry.
China has denied any election interference, calling the claims "purely baseless and defamatory".
Speaking to reporters on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Monday, Mr Trudeau said the reports challenging Canada's "sovereignty" are shocking, and "strike us to our...