网上的一段视频，特鲁多在一次社区集会上回答一个听众问题的讲话（Trudeau said that at a town hall that took place at Craig Kielburger Secondary School in Milton, Ont. on Thursday night.），网址链接，我作了个翻译，跟通常的翻译一样，急就章，文辞欠推敲，只求翻出个大意，原文附后：
Excellent！ Thank you very much， Ray， for that question. It's a very topical issue that has a couple of elements to it. First of all, you mentioned Huawei.We know we’re moving towards...Right now our cellular systems are all on 4G,we are moving towards 5G which will be significantly more connected, significantly more powerful but also potentially significantly more vulnerable around security concerns. And that’s why we’re making sure that our security experts are working with experts around the world to evaluate how we gonna move forward in a way that will ensure that we can continue to keep Canadians safe，make sure that our data is safe,make sure that our secure comunications are secure. But also make sure that we are taking on the best technology in the world at affordable prices. And navigating that in a responsible way is something you can’t really approach with a political mindset. you have to approach with a thoughtful, fact-based, evidence-based mindset. And that’s why we are trusting our national security and intelligence agencies to do the analysis ,our experts and communications experts to do the analysis necessary to make recommendations on how we move forward in that way,and you know, which providers, and who can be part of Canada’s 5G network. That’s on one side of things. The other issue that is come up recently with China is the situation where two Canadians have been detained in China on national security charges. They were detained immediately after a Chinese citizen, a prominent Chinese citizen was detained in Vancouver on an extradition order from the United States. Now， we have an extradition treaty with the United States like we do with all sorts of different countries around the world. And along with terms of those treaties if someone commits a crime that would be a crime in Canada we try them in our justice system and make a determination based on our independent, rigorous justice system on whether or not to extrdite them to the United States.This is a process that is steeped in and anchored in the rule of law and the independent justice system that Canada has. Now,the Chinese govement has been asking us to release that prominent Chinese citizen and interfere with the functioning of our independent judiciary. Now, different countries do things differently. But in Canada, politicians don’t get to weigh in on court proceedings. We have a judiciary that is independent of political pressures and political processes and that’s a good thing(applaud from the audience). It is something that, quite frankly,is a cornor stone of Canada of our laws and our values but it’s also a cornor stone of an awful lot of countries around the world who are our friends and allies. And while China has benn putting pressure on us to release their citizen this way, and detaining, somewhat arbitrarily, our own two citizens. We have been talking with our friends and allies around the world, a broad range of countries, from our traditional allies to less likely allies who are all very much in agreement, many of them privately, many of them publicly that standing up for the rule of law, standing up for the safety of Canadians those two Canadians detained right now,and any other Canadians who happen to travel to China when there might be challenge in diplomacy or political relationship between Canada and China. We need to make sure that China understands that Canada is going to unequivocally stand up for the rule of law, respect our international treaties and obligations and always put the safety of Canadians first. That is where we stand(audience applaud and cheer). But of course we don’t want to escalate. We recognize China is an extremely important and growing economy, a significant player on the world stage. We look forward to continuing to trade with China.But we need the Chinese authority to understand that when it comes to rule of law, Canada and an awful lot of other countries will stand firm regardless of the political pressures they put on us.