Election interference inquiry to hear from members of diaspora communities

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Members of diaspora communities are slated to testify today as a federal inquiry begins two weeks of hearings into foreign meddling allegations and how the Canadian government responded to them.

The hearings will focus on possible interference by China, India, Russia and others in the last two federal elections.

The commission of inquiry, led by Quebec judge Marie-Josee Hogue, expects to hear evidence from more than 40 people, including community members, political party representatives and federal election officials.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, members of his cabinet and various senior government officials are also slated to appear at the hearings, which run from today through

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