Mike Duffy, suspended Senator, facing 31 charges07/19/14
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.
John Baird pushes back following criticism of Canada's handling of...
This week on The House, Evan Solomon speaks with Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about the case of Mohamed Fahmy, as well as the situations in Iraq and Ukraine.
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair tackles mailouts, privacy and Northern Gateway
This week on The House, guest-host Terry Milewski discusses the controversy surrounding the NDP on mailouts and satellite offices, as well as the Northern Gateway pipeline decision with NDP Leader Tom Mulcair.
'Seminal' Supreme Court ruling on privacy
This week on The House, guest-host Terry Milewski discusses the Supreme Court's latest ruling regarding online privacy with Ontario's Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian.
Top Mountie Bob Paulson describes the manhunt and arrest in Moncton
This week on The House, RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson describes how police tracked down and arrested Justin Bourque, the suspect in the Moncton shootings. Just after meeting with the families of the fallen RCMP members, Paulson describes Bourque as a...
Paul Martin 'angry' with Ottawa's handling of First Nations file
This week on The House, Senator Romeo Dallaire explains why he's leaving the Senate. Then, former Prime Minister Paul Martin explains why he's angry about the state of government-First Nations relations.
Soudas and Adams defend themselves against accusations of wrongdoing
This week on The House Evan Solomon speaks with MP Eve Adams and her fiance Dmitri Soudas about the contentious nomination battle in Oakville North - Burlington.
Bob Paulson surprised by numbers in RCMP murdered and missing...
This week on The House, Evan Solomon talks to RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson about the force's report on murdered and missing aboriginal women.
John Gomery calls PMO-Chief Justice spat 'bewildering'
This week on the House, Evan Solomon talks to retired judge John Gomery about the spat between the Prime Minister and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Kathleen Wynne and Andrea Horwath discuss the Ontario election
This week on the House, Evan Solomon talks with Premier Kathleen Wynne and Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath about Ontario election campaign. Then, Jean-Pierre Kingsley discusses the amendments to the Fair Elections Act.
Pierre Poilievre's sudden change of mind on the controversial Fair...
This week on The House, Evan Solomon talks to Minister Pierre Polievre about the Supreme Court's decision on Senate reform, and amendments to the controversial Fair Elections Act.
Nigel Wright won't face charges, what's next in the Senate-PMO scandal?
This week on The House, Evan Solomon looks into the ramifications of the RCMP's decision to not pursue charges against Nigel Wright with Paul Calandra, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister, and Charlie Angus, the NDP's ethics critic.
The Life and Legacy of Jim Flaherty
This week on The House, we remember the life and legacy of former Finance Minister Jim Flaherty with the Governor of Bank of England Mark Carney, Ministers Kellie Leitch and Lisa Raitt, and Official Opposition leader Thomas Mulcair.
Sheila Fraser calls proposed electoral changes an attack on democracy
This week on The House, Evan Solomon talks to former Auditor General Sheila Fraser about her concerns with the proposed Fair Elections Act. The Minister of State for Democratic Reform, Pierre Poilievre, responds.
Afghanistan: Was It Worth It?
This week on a special edition of The House, Evan Solomon looks at the impact and legacy of Canada's mission in Afghanistan. We ask if the past 12 years, the 158 Canadian lives lost, and the $12 billion spent were worth it.
Flaherty, Redford and Nadon highlight shocking week in Canadian politics
This week on The House, Chris Hall talks to retired Justice John Gomery about the Supreme Court's decision to reject Marc Nadon's appointment. Then, Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi on Alison Redford's resignation as Alberta Premier.
Ukrainian Ambassador, John Baird discuss crisis in Crimea
This week on The House, Evan Solomon talks to Ukranian Ambassador Vadym Prystaiko and Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about the situation in Ukraine. Then, former Quebec Premier Bernard Landry analyzes the current provincial campaign.
Back to the future with Brian Mulroney and Jean-François Lisée
This week on the House, Evan Solomon talks with former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney about the current crisis in Ukraine. Then, PQ cabinet minister Jean-François Lisée discusses the possibility of another referendum.
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