Under the agreement, her extradition case in Canada will likely be thrown out, meaning she could walk free immediately.
Another Canadian, Michael Spavor, who’s been in Chinese custody since late 2018 on charges of espionage, is expected to learn his fate as early as Wednesday.
China seems to be using the two Michaels as a bargaining tool.
O’Toole has already said if elected prime minister there is no way he would allow the Chinese-backed Huawei onto’s Canada’s 5G networks.
Wanzhou remains under house arrest in Vancouver, but Donald Trump no longer remains in office. Ian Lee, professor at Carleton University, said that makes the release...