Route to free the two Michaels from Chinese prison can be found in Canada’s extradition law

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(From the left) Paul Spavor, Michael Spavor’s brother, Vina Nadjibulla, Michael Kovrig’s wife, and Ariana Botha, Kovrig’s sister, thank supporters after a march to mark 1,000 days since the two men were arrested in China, during a protest in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on September 5. Photo: Reuters (From the left) Paul Spavor, Michael Spavor’s brother, Vina Nadjibulla, Michael Kovrig’s wife, and Ariana Botha, Kovrig’s sister, thank supporters after a march to mark 1,000 days since the two men were arrested in China, during a protest in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on September 5. Photo: Reuters

(From the left) Paul Spavor, Michael Spavor’s brother, Vina Nadjibulla, Michael Kovrig’s wife, and Ariana Botha, Kovrig’s sister, thank supporters after a march to mark 1,000 days since the two men were arrested in China, during a protest in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on September 5. Photo: Reuters