In 2010 the Status of Women minister, Rona Ambrose, announced a $10-million project to address the problem of missing and murdered indigenous women, including a new national database. Five years later, the database is long overdue, far over budget and has not solved any police cases to date. More read comments
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- Jason Kenney touts broader definition of 'recession' read comments video
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Federal election campaign, week 4
- Shania Twain
- The singer talks about turning a corner and turning 50.
- The Deficit Debate | At Issue
- Things got heated this week as the three main parties ramp up the rhetoric around the D-word...deficit.
- Stock Market Shock | The Bottom Line
- This week's market mayhem was sudden and dramatic. Some analysis from The Bottom Line Panel.
- Week 4 of the campaign sees parties drawn economic battle lines August 29, 2015 2:01 PM This week on The House, former Prime Minister Paul Martin defends the Liberals' 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.