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Political Panel, Nov 15: tension between the provinces and the feds

The provinces and the feds are butting heads on a lot of issues these days. First, the thorny question of the Senate, and the federal government's push for reform; we talked earlier this week about the Supreme Court hearings on that topic. But that's not the only bee in the provinces' bonnet.


The premiers met as a group today to talk about many other points of contention, from job training programs to foreign investment. Meantime, back on Parliament Hill, preparations are underway for several byelections - including one in Ford country.


And speaking of elections...a judge lifted a publication ban today in the case of misleading robocalls in the 2011 campaign. Our political panel is in to help us sort through it all...

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