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The House | Nov 24, 2012 | 48:29

Nenshi to Trudeau: the road to becoming Prime Minister 'travels through Alberta'

This week on The House, Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi weighs in on the controversy surrounding comments by Liberal leadership hopeful Justin Trudeau about Alberta. He also predicts what will happen in Monday's hotly contested by-election in Calgary Centre. Then, former U.S. special envoy to the Middle East George Mitchell discusses the aftermath of the conflict between Israel and Hamas. Finally, Kady O'Malley is in to discuss the procedural showdown over the government's second omnibus budget implementation bill.

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