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The inquiry's next set of public hearings resumes on March 27.Fred Chartrand/The Canadian Press

This year’s public inquiry into foreign interference is focusing on how China, Russia, India and other foreign actors may have meddled in the 2019 and 2021 federal elections – and whether the federal government and its agencies have the ability to detect and counter that kind of interference in the future.

As the inquiry’s public hearings continue in April, a look back in how we got here – in 10 highlights.

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