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Hub Headlines: The slow erosion of our economic freedoms

Hub Headlines features audio versions of the best commentaries and analysis published daily in The Hub. Enjoy listening to original and provocative takes on the issues that matter while you are on the go.

 

0:20 - Canadians are witnessing the slow and relentless erosion of our economic freedoms, by Eric Lombardi

 

11:58 - We must take foreign interference seriously. Our democratic freedom is at stake, by Tony Clement

 

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