Mid-week podcast: TPP politics10/07/15
A major international trade deal, and the campaign's most controversial topic comes back to the forefront. Mark Kennedy and Rosemary Barton join us to talk the politics of the TPP and the niqab.
The Final Stretch Begins
This week on The House, the final stretch of the campaign has begun. We set the table for the mad dash to the finish.
Mid-week podcast: Joe Oliver reappears!
Mark Kennedy and Jennifer Ditchburn talk about the latest economic numbers, Trans-Pacific Partnership and the next leaders' debate.
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is preparing for a minority...
Tom Mulcair has been facing increased scrutiny of late. The NDP leader sits down with Chris Hall to talk about his plan, and explain how he plans to convince Canadians to elect a federal NDP government for the fist time.
Mid-week podcast: Niqab politics and French-language debate
Mark Kennedy and Marie Vastel join Chris Hall to discuss how identity politics are playing out on the campaign trail, plus economic revisionism and a look ahead to the first French debate of the election.
Stephen Harper won't change course
This week on The House, Conservative leader Stephen Harper talks about his plan for the economy and why, despite acknowledging that Canadians feel vulnerable about the state of the economy under his leadership, his approach will not change.
Mid-week Podcast: Economic debate prep
We get ready for Thursday's leaders debate on the economy with David McLaughlin, Scott Reid and Kathleen Monk.
Syrian refugee crisis: what's next?
This week on The House, the Minister of Defence and Conservative candidate in Calgary Midnapore, Jason Kenney, talks about the shift in approach to the Syrian refugee crisis.
Midweek podcast: Mid-campaign review
We've reached the halfway point of the longest federal campaign in modern Canadian history. We look at where things stand with CBC polls analyst Éric Grenier, as well as In House panelists Mark Kennedy and Tasha Kheiriddin.
Refugee crisis changes the tone of the campaign
This week on The House, former Supreme Court justice and UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Louise Arbour joins us to discuss the Syrian refugee crisis. We also hear from Citizenship and Immigration Minister and Conservative candidate Chris...
Mid-week podcast: Cutting through the economic spin
Mark Kennedy, the parliamentary bureau chief for the Ottawa Citizen, and Jennifer Ditchburn, parliamentary reporter for the Canadian Press, join us to discuss how party leaders are twisting the latest economic numbers to best suit their messages.
Week 4 of the campaign sees parties drawn economic battle...
This week on The House, former Prime Minister Paul Martin defends Justin Trudeau's plan to invest in infrastructure...and run more deficits. Then, former Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge gives us his assessment of Canada's economic situation.
Mid-week Podcast: The economy takes centre stage
The battle lines are being drawn in the economic battle among the three main parties. In House panelists Tasha Kheiriddin and Mark Kennedy discuss how the economy is now taking centre stage.
Mike Duffy's trial and economic woes shape week 3 of the...
This week on The House, the Conservative campaign continues to be thrown off message by the daily revelations out of the Mike Duffy trial. Will their be lasting consequences? Then, our first House debate of the campaign focuses on the struggles of the...
Mid-week Podcast: Beyond Nigel Wright's testimony
The Duffy trial will take a break after next week, but there could be more bombshells coming before that as former PMO lawyer Benjamin Perrin takes Nigel Wright's place in the witness box Thursday. We take a mid-week break to assess the fall-out for...
Nigel Wright and the economy shape Week 2 of the campaign
This week on The House, In House panelist Andrew Coyne and Rosemary Barton share their insights into how the politics of the Mike Duffy trial are playing out on the campaign trail, then former Conservative strategist and senior advisor to Stephen...
Day 1 of Nigel Wright and Week 2 of the election campaign
We take a mid-week look at the latest election developments, starting with star witness Nigel Wright's testimony at the Mike Duffy trial with former senior advisor to Stephen Harper, Keith Beardsley.
Week 1 of the federal election campaign
This week on The House, Green Party leader Elizabeth May talks about her fight to stay relevant during a long campaign. Then, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne explains why she's publicly taking on Stephen Harper.
Early campaign review and debate preview
In a special mid-week election podcast, Chris Hall discusses the early days of the campaign and looks ahead to Thursday's debate with Mark Kennedy, parliamentary bureau chief for the Ottawa Citizen, and Tasha Kheiriddin, columnist for iPolitics and...
Canada's longest and most expensive election campaign ever...
On the eve of his first campaign as party leader, Justin Trudeau joins us to discuss the timing of the election campaign, working with other parties, the impact of struggling economy on his campaign promises and how he's approaching next week's debate.
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