The Morning Brief with Tim Hudak May 24, 2022

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The Morning Brief with Tim Hudak, former leader of the Ontario Conservatives, now with the OREA. Discussing the biggest stories of the day including police continuing to track down suspects from Sunday’s beach melee, the province still grappling with Saturday’s superstorm, Conservative member resigns after sending racist email, Leslyn Lewis and Roman Baber promoting WHO conspiracy, Dollarama CEO doubling his salary, South Korea has a floating city, and no more pay phones in NYC.

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