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But who will police the anti-racism consultants? The Hub Roundtable digs into the ‘inevitable trouble’ of our identity obsession

Minister of Housing and Diversity and Inclusion Ahmed Hussen speaks during a news conference on the government’s work to combat Islamophobia, on the one-year anniversary of the vehicle attack on the Afzaal family in London, Ont., in the foyer of the House of Commons in Ottawa, on Monday, June 6, 2022. Justin Tang/The Canadian Press.

This week’s Hub Dialogue Roundtable episode focuses on extremist behaviour hitting the headlines this week. First, an anti-racism consultant’s racist tweets were enough to get a government anti-racism project axed. Then, the Roundtable touches on Pierre Poilievre’s handshake with a white supremacist at a meet-and-greet.

Also, what are we to make of Canada’s strategy for China and the strange delay in appointing an ambassador to the country? And finally, stick around for a bonus interview conducted by Hub reporter Geoff Russ, who talks to National Post columnist Sabrina Maddeaux about our widening gender divide.

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