LIBERAL PARTY MEMBERSHIP FORMS DISTRIBUTED AT PRO-BEIJING RALLY AGAINST HONG KONG PROTESTS

Critics are troubled that any kind of Liberal recruiting efforts might have taken place, calling it more evidence of China's sway within Canadian politics

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