Liberal MPs will spend the holidays explaining the small business tax changes to their constituents. Critics call for Kent Hehr to be removed from cabinet. And could the new NDP leader have campaigned more in the recent by-elections?
As Senators protest, Bill Morneau announces details of small business tax changes. Jagmeet Singh faces criticism over the NDP's results in recent by-elections. And Prime Minister Trudeau prepares to talk about North Korea with the US Secretary of State.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is set to announce long-awaited details on small business tax changes. New conditions on anyone bidding for the multi-billion-dollar fighter jet program. And the government chooses a new chief justice of the supreme court.
Voters in four ridings are heading to the polls in by-elections today. Federal and provincial finance ministers are meeting in Ottawa. And the prime minister returns to the House after his trip to China.
The government stresses its commitment to clean water on reserves after a report from the Parliamentary Budget Officer. Was the Prime Minister's trip to China a failure? And Chief Justice Beverly MacLauchlin bids farewell to the Supreme Court.
The opposition demands answers on the government's priorities in China. The prime minister will meet the US Secretary of State to discuss the North Korean threat. Does the US decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem impact Canada?
The prime minister's trip to China continues. Thalidomide survivors say they were "insulted" and they felt "degraded" when they met with Disabilities Minister Kent Hehr. And the new Supreme Court nominee takes questions from Parliamentarians.
Prime Minister Trudeau is talking trade in China. The opposition is expected to keep up the pressure on Finance Minister Bill Morneau today in the House. And a new poll shows most Canadians want guns banned in urban areas.
More questions about Finance Minister Bill Morneau, and his family. Gun violence victims say they're disappointed the government hasn't tightened gun control laws. And could a new approach to televised debates change the course of our elections?
The government apologizes and makes promises to the LGBTQ community. The opposition refuses to back down from accusations against Finance Minister Bill Morneau. And the Heritage Minister says the latest round of newspaper cuts is cynical.
Prime Minister Trudeau will make a historic apology today. The opposition opens a new line of attack against Finance Minister Bill Morneau. And the government is one step closer to legalizing marijuana.
The prime minister prepares to make an official apology to the LGBTQ community. Criticism continues as Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale admits Canada is struggling to prosecute returning ISIS fighters. And Prime Minister Trudeau calls on men to end violence against women.
The prime minister says Canada could play a role in solving the North Korean crisis. More questions about how the government tracks extremists returning to Canada. And the Parliamentary Budget Officer says taxing passive income could bring in $6 billion.
The federal government puts billions of dollars into housing. A controversy at Sir Wilfrid Laurier University makes its way into the House of Commons. And how many ISIS fighters have actually returned to Canada?
The Auditor General says it could take years to fix the federal government's payroll system. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says the government is preparing for life after NAFTA. And Bill Morneau faces more questions about conflict of interest.
The Auditor General will report today on the government's catastrophic payroll system. The Ethics Commissioner faces scrutiny over when she started investigating Bill Morneau. And the NAFTA negotiations stall over auto manufacturing policies.
With NAFTA negotiations continuing, Prime Minister Trudeau sets his sights on trade with China. The government plans an official apology to the LGBTQ community. And as Parliament resumes, there will be questions about Canada's peacekeeping plans.