The House | Jun 22, 2013 | 48:29

Assessing the damage

This week on The House, Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi on the Alberta floods. Government House Leader Peter Van Loan on the government's handling of the Parliamentary sitting. And Bob Rae reflects on his 35 year career in politics.

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