Kevin Sorenson hints at more tax cuts for families11/15/14
This week on The House guest-host Terry Milewski talks with Minister of State for Finance Kevin Sorenson about the government's fiscal update. NDP Leader Tom Mulcair also joins us with his reaction.
Harassement allegations on Parliament Hill
This week on The House, allegations of personal misconduct have lead to the suspension of Liberal MPs Scott Andrews and Massimo Pacetti. Liberal Party whip Judy Foote, NDP whip Nycole Turmel and NDP deputy leader Megan Leslie join us to discuss.
Income-splitting and Dean Del Mastro
Minister of State for Social Development Candice Bergen outlines the government's income-splitting plan. Then, Dean Del Mastro reacts to his guilty verdict.
The aftermath of 10/22/14
This week on The House, NDP staffer Greta Levy, Conservative MP Erin O'Toole, Liberal MP Scott Brison and NDP MP Megan Leslie take us inside Parliament during Wednesday's dramatic events. Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney also joins us.
Tony Clement on fiscal restraint and public sector negotiations
This week on CBC Radio's The House, Treasury Board President Tony Clement talks about the fall fiscal update, procurement and what falling oil prices mean for the Canadian economy. And Alberta Premier Jim Prentice weighs in on how low oil prices will...
Chris Alexander and Gary Doer discuss the ISIS threat
This week on The House, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander and Canada's Ambassador to the United States, Gary Doer, discuss Canada's response to the ISIS threat.
John Baird outlines Canada's goals in Iraq
This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall to Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and NDP leader Tom Mulcair about Canada's new mission in Iraq.
Canada ponders next step of Iraq mission
U.S. Ambassador to Canada, Bruce Heyman, explains what the Obama administration is hoping Canada will contribute to the fight against ISIS. Then Conservative MP Paul Calandra joins us to explain why he felt the need to apologize for his behaviour...
Chrétien and Charest reflect on results of Scottish referendum
Following this week's vote in Scotland, The House asks former Quebec Premier Jean Charest and former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien for their thoughts on what happens next.
Chris Alexander hints at long-term mission in Iraq
This week on The House, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander discusses Canada's participation in the coalition to fight ISIS. Could the mission turn into a long-term engagement in the region?
Baird's concerns and Mulroney's legacy
This week on The House, Evan Solomon talks with Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about his concerns about Russia and Canada's role in Iraq. Also, a feature conversation with former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney.
Premiers on collision course with Ottawa ahead of the 2015 federal...
This week on The House, Evan Solomon convenes a special panel of premiers to talk about this week's Council of the Federation.
Industry Minister James Moore on breaking down barriers
This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall talks to Industry Minister James Moore about breaking down internal trade barriers in Canada. Also, Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger on the need for a national inquiry into Canada's murdered and missing...
More aid on its way to Ukraine & Iraq
This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall talks to Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about Canadian support for Iraq. Also, a feature interview with the Chair of the TSB, Wendy Tadros.
Sanctions war with Russia escalates
This week on The House, guest-host Terry Milewski talks to the Parliamentary Secretary to the Defence Minister, James Bezan, from Kiev, about the latest round of sanctions between Canada and Russia.
Canada-EU trade deal nears completion
This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall discusses the Canada-EU free trade deal former Quebec Premier Jean Charest.
John Baird discusses the conflicts in Gaza and Eastern Ukraine
This week on The House, guest-host Rosemary Barton talks to Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about the conflicts in Gaza and Eastern Ukraine.
Mike Duffy, suspended Senator, facing 31 charges
This week on The House, guest-host Rosemary Barton looks at the political implications of the 31 charges that have been laid against suspended Senator Mike Duffy.
Jason Kenney dismisses further Temporary Foreign Worker changes
This week on The House, guest-host Terry Milewski talks to Employment and Social Development Minister Jason Kenney about the latest discussions over his proposed fix to the Temporary Foreign Worker program.
Elizabeth May talks cooperation, pipelines and election fairness
This week on The House, guest-host Terry Milewski discusses the recent by-elections, pipelines, and election fairness with Green Party Leader Elizabeth May.
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