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Wrongdoing, Threats to Security, or Something of that Nature

The CSIS investigation into an Ontario Conservative nomination race

Canada’s spy agency is investigating the nomination of an Ontario Conservative MP, according to evidence from a recent investigation by PressProgress Associate Editor Rumneek Johal.

Questions surround the nomination of MP Arpan Khanna, who has been favored by the party establishment with ties to Jason Kenney, Stephen Harper and, most recently, Pierre Pollievre.

Rumneek joins host Stephen Magusiak to talk about what happened with the Oxford nomination in 2019, and why CSIS would be looking into it now.

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