The House | Sep 15, 2012 | 48:29

Politicians return to Ottawa but not to Victoria

This week on the House, Evan Solomon talks to Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall during his trip to the Asia. Both Premier Wall and former Prime Minister Jean Chretien reminisce about the late Alberta Premier Peter Lougheed. Evan discusses the growing unrest in the middle east with CNN host Fareed Zakaria. And we get a primer on what to expect as the House of Commons begins a its fall sitting on Monday.

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