The House | Nov 10, 2012 | 48:29
Blaney defends shut down of veterans investigation
This week on the House, Evan Solomon asks Canada’s Minister of Veterans Affairs, Steven Blaney, why he shut down an ombudsman investigation into the breach of privacy of veterans' medical records. We also get reaction from the man whose case spurred the probe, veteran Sean Bruyea. Then, Evan talks to the former Governor of the Bank of Canada, David Dodge, about the so-called fiscal cliff that American lawmakers have to deal with. Finally, with China's next generation of leaders about to take over, our former Ambassador to that country, David Mulroney, talks about what a new President will mean for Canada–China relations.