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Episode #96: Hub Roundtable: Who are the new Conservative Party members?

Season 1, Ep. 96

Hub Dialogues (part of The Hub, Canada’s daily information source for public policy – https://www.thehub.ca) are in-depth conversations about big ideas from the worlds of business, economics, geopolitics, public policy, and technology.


The Hub Dialogues feature The Hub's editor-at-large, Sean Speer, in conversation with leading entrepreneurs, policymakers, scholars, and thinkers on the issues and challenges that will shape Canada's future at home and abroad.


This week’s Hub Dialogue roundtable discusses how several hundred thousand new Conservative Party members will fit into the existing membership. Will they join pre-existing ideological factions or be something new entirely? Also, the roundtable digs into the heightening tensions around Taiwan.


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