The House: Mulroney vs. Turner, and the debut of CSIS
CBC Radio's The House keeps tabs on the nation's business from Parliament Hill. Launched in 1977, this hour-long Saturday morning program examines public policy and the politics of governing. It remains one of CBC Radio's flagship current affairs programs. The CBC Digital Archives highlights programs from the 1984 season — the year Canada had three prime ministers. It was a year that saw the last days of Pierre Trudeau in Ottawa, John Turner's brief moment of glory, and the rise of Brian Mulroney's Progressive Conservative juggernaut.
Program: The House
Broadcast Date: July 21, 1984
Guest(s): Norm Atkins, Nick Auf der Maur, Dr. John Bennett, Alan Borovoy, Ed Broadbent, Gerald Caplan, Tony Clark, Sheila Copps, Ted Finn, Royce Firth, Steve Krashinsky, Marc Lalonde, Bill Lee, Brian Mulroney, Harry Near, Jack Ostrovsky, Rod Sykes, John Turner, Jack Volrich
Announcer: Bob Oxley
Host: Denise Rudnicki
Reporter: Brian Kelleher, Ken McCreath, Stephen Boissoneault
Last updated: May 21, 2013
Page consulted on December 6, 2013
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