Episode #210: Hub Roundtable: Han Dong leaves the Liberal caucus
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This week’s Hub Dialogue roundtable discusses this week's developments in the ongoing story of Chinese interference in Canadian elections. Former Liberal MP Han Dong has left the party's caucus after explosive new revelations emerged about his conduct. Will more heads roll? We also discuss this week's Canada Strong and Free Networking Conference, which hosted speeches by Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre and former prime minister Stephen Harper.
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