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Drunk On Liberal Power / Kellie Leitch On Anti-Canadian Values
Conservative leadership contender Kellie Leitch calls Trudeau a "Canadian identity denier" and defends her idea of screening immigrants for their values. Plus, a look at the year ahead in Parliament.
September 27, 2016

Conservative leadership candidate Kellie Leitch really wants to talk about her proposal to screen out immigrants over anti-Canadian values, but takes issue with “specific questions” on the matter.

But first, Bloomberg reporter Josh Wingrove drops in for a lookahead to the upcoming year in Parliament. What’s gonna happen, who will start the first brawl and what would it take to end Trudeau’s popularity?

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