GORMLEY - JOHN IVISON - FEBRUARY 23

Yesterday, Canadian MPs voted to acknowledge China's genocide against its Uyghur Muslim population, and called on the government to officially adopt the position. While the vote may anger China, getting the Trudeau government to take meaningful action may be more difficult, as the Cabinet abstained from the vote and Trudeau has thus far refused to use the term genocide to describe the situation in China. National Post Columnist John Ivison says the vote may have been counterproductive, and he joins Gormley to explain why.