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Hub Headlines: The Cass Review shifts the debate on transgender care

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.

 

0:23 - The groundbreaking Cass Review on transgender care is shifting the debate abroad. Yet it was barely reported by Canadian media, by Dave Snow

 

14:46 - Nearly two-thirds of every dollar in income taxes goes to Ottawa. That needs to change, by Bill Bewick

 

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