Steven Blaney discusses radicalization and...02/28/15
This week on The House Evan Solomon looks at the new anti-terrorism legislation with the Minister of Public Safety, Steven Blaney, and Craig Forcese, an associate professor in the University of Ottawa's law faculty.
Debate heats up over anti-terrorism bill
This week on The House, the leader of the Official Opposition Tom Mulcair explains why he's concerned with the government's anti-terrorism bill and Defence Minister Jason Kenney responds.
Jason Kenney on ISIS fight and Ukraine ceasefire
This week on The House, Evan Solomon discusses the fight against ISIS as well as the situation in Ukraine with the new Minister of National Defence, Jason Kenney.
Supreme Court overturns ban on physician-assisted suicide
This week on The House, Evan Solomon explores the consequences of the Supreme Court's ruling on physician-assisted suicide with plaintiffs Lee Carter and Hollis Johnson, Conservative MP Steven Fletcher and Ontario's Attorney General Madeleine Meilleur.
New anti-terrorism bill
This week on The House Evan Solomon examines the government's new anti-terrorism bill with Public Safety Minister, Steven Blaney and gets reaction from NDP MP Paul Dewar and Liberal MP Wayne Easter.
Economic troubles overshadow MPs' return to Ottawa
This week on The House Evan Solomon talks economy with the Minister of State for Finance, Kevin Sorenson, as well as with former Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page and the Deputy Chief Economist at the Conference Board of Canada Pedro Antunes.
Declining oil prices and delayed budget
This week on The House guest-host Chris Hall discusses oil prices and how the economy is wreaking havoc on the government's plans with Minister Jason Kenney, NDP leader Tom Mulcair, and former Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge.
French ambassador discusses Paris attack, aftermath
This week on The House, Evan Solomon speaks with Philippe Zeller, France's Ambassador to Canada, about the terrorist attack in Paris. Also on the show, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne who talks about her meeting with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
The road to Canada Votes 2015
This week on The House, with a federal election a certainty next year, Evan Solomon looks at the road to Canada Votes 2015 with Tonda McCharles, Terry Milewski and Bruce Anderson.
The House's annual holiday political quiz!
This week on The House, Evan Solomon hosts our annual holiday tradition: The House political quiz! Competing this year Andrew Coyne, Chris Hall and Emmanuelle Latraverse.
Tackling the 'root causes' of ISIS
This week on The House, NATO Supreme Allied Commander General Philip Breedlove talks about the fight against ISIS. Then, Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford discusses the impact of falling oil prices.
Prentice's pipeline charm offensive
This week on The House, Alberta's Jim Prentice discusses his visit o Quebec and Ontario to generate support for the Energy East pipeline project. Then Industry Minister James Moore explains the Burger King, Tim Hortons deal.
Kevin Sorenson hints at more tax cuts for families
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...
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