The HouseJim Balsillie deplores lack of discussion to update Canada's 'colonial policy for innovation'Oct 10, 2015 | 9:50The former co-CEO of Research in Motion, Jim Balsillie, argues the three main party leaders are failing to address crucial questions about the future of the Canadian economy. He says the country has a "colonial policy for innovation.”
The HouseMid-week podcast: TPP politicsOct 7, 2015 | 14:02A major international trade deal, and the campaign's most controversial topic comes back to the forefront. Mark Kennedy and Rosemary Barton join us to talk the politics of the TPP and the niqab.
The HouseBattleground - Heading into the final stretchOct 3, 2015 | 3:48With all the leaders' debates now behind us, we ask polls analyst Éric Grenier if they've had an impact on the polls. Éric also explains what he will be looking for in the final two weeks of the campaign.
The HouseFormer PBO Kevin Page 'not confident' next government will be transparentOct 3, 2015 | 11:53Former budget watchdog Kevin Page doesn't have much faith that a new government would be any more transparent than the previous one. The former PBO joins us to discuss his new book "Unaccountable: Truth, Lies and Numbers on Parliament Hill."
The HouseThe niqab issue and the federal electionOct 3, 2015 | 8:24Amir Khadir, a member of the Quebec National Assembly for the Quebec Solidaire, a left-wing, sovereigntist party, says it's "sad" that the federal election has become a referendum on the niqab.
The HouseIn House panel - Identity PoliticsOct 3, 2015 | 8:16Identity politics and major trade negotiations. Both, in their own ways, could have a major impact of the outcome of the election. Our In House panelists Rosemary Barton and Andrew Coyne weigh in.
The HouseHow will TPP affect the farm vote?Oct 3, 2015 | 7:14Ontario's agriculture minister Jeff Leal says Ontario's dairy farmers will voice their disapproval by ballot if they feel the Trans-Pacific Partnership opens their industry up to foreign competition.
The HouseRefugee reality checkSep 26, 2015 | 14:06We get the latest on the Syrian refugee situation with Jennifer Bond, a law professor at the University of Ottawa law professor who has served with the UNHCR in Syria.
The HouseMaking sense of conflicting poll numbersSep 26, 2015 | 3:57Polls analyst Éric Grenier makes sense of all the conflicting polls we're starting to see, and takes a look at how the race is unfolding in Ontario.
The HouseGilbert Lavoie on federal election in QuebecSep 26, 2015 | 11:23One of Quebec's most respected political columnists, Gilbert Lavoie of Le Soleil, joins us to talk about about some of the key election issues in this province.
The HouseWar on ISIS, trade, the U.S. and refugees: spotlight moves to foreign affairsSep 26, 2015 | 9:26What are the big issues in Canada's foreign affairs file? We talk foreign policy ahead of Monday's leaders' debate with two experts.