In April, it was reported they have been being interrogated for between six to eight hours a day, and have been sometimes subject to 24-hour artificial lighting.
"We expect (Meng) to go back to China safe and sound at an early date", he said. "When the judge announced that I had been given a bail, I ran out of tears at the public gallery applause".
As part of the bail conditions, Ms Meng was given an electronic tag, and a 23:00-06:00 curfew, but was allowed to travel around much of Vancouver. It is so slow that I have enough time to read a book from cover to cover.
"I all the time felt like I used to be being stretched skinny and that there was by no means sufficient time to get every thing carried out". "She wouldn't predict of how I became, and even send me a textual dispute material message", Ren stated. "I can take the time to discuss minutiae with my colleagues or to carefully complete an oil painting".
"Thanks to the kindness of the prison staff and other inmates of the Alouette Correctional Center for Women, I was able to survive the worst days of my life", she wrote.
A spokesperson for Huawei Canada says the application was filed November 13 and claims that attempts to extradite Meng "cannot meet the standard of double criminality stipulated in Canada's extradition law". Her case is because of be heard in January.
Meng denies misconduct and the allegations were not examined in court.
Canada has previously declared the arrests of Spavor and Kovrig "arbitrary".
The two Canadians were detained in December, shortly after Ms Weng was detained.
They were formally arrested in May, and can be held for up to 13-and-a-half-months before charges are filed, the Canadian government says.
Canada has condemned the arrests as its new foreign affairs minister, Francois-Philippe Champagne, assured reporters last week that the gaining the freedom of the Canadian captives is his "absolute priority".
China stays committed to safeguard the legitimate rights and interests, including both Chinese citizens and enterprises, she reiterated.
Canada, meanwhile, enlisted the support of allies such as Britain, France, Germany, the United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to press for the release of its two citizens.
Since her arrest, relations between Canada and China have speedily soured.
The two leaders came to an understanding and a truce was signed - but thousands of miles away in Canada, a new battle was just beginning.
Soon after Meng was arrested, Beijing detained two Canadians, entrepreneur Michael Spavor and former diplomat Michael Kovrig, over accusations of undermining China's national security - developments widely seen in Canada as retaliation for the arrest of Meng.