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Political insiders and policy experts weigh in on the biggest stories in Candian politics every week. The Hill Times’ reporters take you behind the curtain, and reveal details that didn’t make it into the final version of their latest stories.

The Hill Times Hotroom is hosted and edited by deputy editor Peter Mazereeuw. The show is a Hill Times production. Art was created by senior online and graphic designer Joey Sabourin. Music attribution: Gavin Gardiner.

Host Peter Mazereeuw interviews Lynette Ong, an expert on power and authoritarianism in China at the University of Toronto. Ong explains how and why China's government tries to shape political outcomes in other countries, and what Canada and its political parties can do to protect themselves.

Former health minister Jane Philpott comes on the podcast to talk about how to fix Canada's ailing primary health systems, and her new book, "Health for all: A doctor's prescription for a healthier Canada."

Former health minister Jane Philpott comes on the podcast to talk about how to fix Canada's ailing primary health systems, and her new book, "Health for all: A doctor's prescription for a healthier Canada."

Former health minister Jane Philpott comes on the podcast to talk about how to fix Canada's ailing primary health systems, and her new book, "Health for all: A doctor's prescription for a healthier Canada."

Canada's political parties are fighting a court battle to avoid federal privacy laws—and the government is taking their side. Hill Times reporter Ian Campbell joins host Peter Mazereeuw to explain why and how.

Canada's political parties are fighting a court battle to avoid federal privacy laws—and the government is taking their side. Hill Times reporter Ian Campbell joins host Peter Mazereeuw to explain why and how.

Canada's political parties are fighting a court battle to avoid federal privacy laws—and the government is taking their side. Hill Times reporter Ian Campbell joins host Peter Mazereeuw to explain why and how.

Justice Minister Arif Virani joins The Hot Room to talk about his controversial bill to crack down on online hate speech, 'revenge porn', and more.  

Justice Minister Arif Virani joins The Hot Room to talk about his controversial bill to crack down on online hate speech, 'revenge porn', and more.  

Justice Minister Arif Virani joins The Hot Room to talk about his controversial bill to crack down on online hate speech, 'revenge porn', and more.  

Host Peter Mazereeuw talks to Arthur Milnes about his years working with late former prime minister Brian Mulroney. 

Host Peter Mazereeuw talks to Arthur Milnes about his years working with late former prime minister Brian Mulroney. 

Host Peter Mazereeuw talks to Arthur Milnes about his years working with late former prime minister Brian Mulroney. 

The Haida Nation's governing council will soon get legal recognition from the federal government. It's on its way to settling the nation's land claims. Gaagwiis, the president of the Haida Nation, joins the Hot Room to talk about the Haida, and what legal self-governance means for their future. 

The Haida Nation's governing council will soon get legal recognition from the federal government. It's on its way to settling the nation's land claims. Gaagwiis, the president of the Haida Nation, joins the Hot Room to talk about the Haida, and what legal self-governance means for their future. 

The Haida Nation's governing council will soon get legal recognition from the federal government. It's on its way to settling the nation's land claims. Gaagwiis, the president of the Haida Nation, joins the Hot Room to talk about the Haida, and what legal self-governance means for their future. 

Peter Mazereeuw takes you through a four-minute preview of the week to come in Canadian politics, including Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly's visit to the Middle East.

Peter Mazereeuw takes you through a four-minute preview of the week to come in Canadian politics, including Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly's visit to the Middle East.

Peter Mazereeuw takes you through a four-minute preview of the week to come in Canadian politics, including Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly's visit to the Middle East.