Jun 15, 2013 | 48:29The House Tkachuk defends his committee's work Audio
The House Tkachuk defends his committee's work Jun 15, 2013 | 48:29This week on The House, Senator David Tkachuk on the Senate expenses scandal. And Shawn Atleo, National Chief of the AFN criticizes Ottawa's approach to First Nations issues, and the Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt responds.
Jan 12, 2013 | 48:29The House The House - January 12, 2013 Audio
The House The House - January 12, 2013 Jan 12, 2013 | 48:29This week on The House, Evan Solomon dissects the outcome of the meeting between First Nations leaders and the federal government. First, the National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations Shawn Atleo discusses what was accomplished at Friday's gathering, then we get the government's view with Greg Rickford, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development. Evan also speaks with Derek Nepinak, Grand Chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs to find out why he chose to boycott the meeting. Then, we look at the future of the Idle No More movement with spokesperson Pam Palmater. Then, the CBC's Chris Hall and Terry Milewski help us put all sides in perspective and explain what it all means politically.
Jun 1, 2013 | 48:29The House Senators trade barbs over Duffy affair Audio
The House Senators trade barbs over Duffy affair Jun 1, 2013 | 48:29This week on The House, Conservative Senator Larry Smith and Liberal Senator Jim Munson weigh in on the Senate expenses scandal. Plus, BC's Environment minister Terry Lake explains why BC says no to the Northern Gateway pipeline.
May 18, 2013 | 48:28The House Senators, Wright face new probe demands Audio
The House Senators, Wright face new probe demands May 18, 2013 | 48:28This week on The House, with Senators Wallin and Duffy out of the Conservative caucus, we get reaction from NDP Ethics Critic Charlie Angus. We also hear from Senator Patrick Brazeau. And we speak with B.C. Premier Christy Clark after her stunning victory
Nov 3, 2012 | 48:29The House McGuinty defends his decision to prorogue Audio
The House McGuinty defends his decision to prorogue Nov 3, 2012 | 48:29This week on The House, Evan Solomon previews next week's American election with the current U.S. Ambassador to Canada David Jacobson. Then, former U.S. Ambassador David Wilkins and former Canadian Ambassador to the United States Raymond Chretien join us to outline what's at stake for Canada. Also on the show, Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty joins us to explain his decision to step down and prorogue the legislature, his views on the Harper government's approach to provinces, and whether he really considered running for the leadership of the federal Liberal party. Finally, CBC senior political correspondent Terry Milewski bring us the latest in the case of Conservative cabinet minister Peter Penashue's campaign donations.
Apr 6, 2013 | 57:50The House Next Liberal leader faces serious challenges Audio
The House Next Liberal leader faces serious challenges Apr 6, 2013 | 57:50This week on The House, with federal Liberals about choose a new leader, is the party at a crossroads? We speak with outgoing interim leader Bob Rae. Then, Revenue Minister Gail Shea talks about her department’s capacity to track down tax evaders.
May 4, 2013 | 48:29The House Kenney promises more changes Audio
The House Kenney promises more changes May 4, 2013 | 48:29This week on The House: Immigration Minister Jason Kenney on Temporary Foreign Workers, more on the costs of Canada’s new Arctic offshore patrol ships, and our political panel on 2 years under a Harper majority.
Apr 14, 2012 | 48:29The House The impact of budget cuts on food safety Audio
The House The impact of budget cuts on food safety Apr 14, 2012 | 48:29This week on The House, are cuts included in the federal government's most recent budget about to make your food less safe? Evan Solomon talks with PSAC's Agriculture Union President Bob Kingston about the impact cutting food inspectors will have on Canadians. Then, Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz explains why food safety in not in jeopardy. With Prime Minister Stephen Harper expected to make a Trans Pacific Partnership announcement during a visit to Chile on Monday, reporter James Fitz-Morris explains why a major trade deal could change the amount of money you pay for milk and chicken. Finally, Evan sits down with retired Supreme Court Justice Ian Binnie to talk about the Charter's impact on the Supreme Court, and how judges on the highest court in the land balance politics and the law.