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    The Current | Jun 1, 2015

    Today we're looking into the people who spend time researching what will keep you 'on hold'. People build careers offering what they think are the right 'on hold' messages. Josh Bloch delves into the tricks and trade of those who keep us on-the-line.

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    Day 6 | May 29, 2015

    Bruce Wexler, a neuroscientist from Yale University, created a system with a video game component, which he calls cross-training for the brain. It's showing huge potential as a non-pharmaceutical ADHD intervention to improve focus and mental agility.

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    Under the Influence | May 30, 2015

    This week, we look at the impact of the Internet of Things on the world of marketing. Soon, most of the devices in our lives will be given a digital voice. We’ll look at the fine line between convenience and intrusion and why marketers are loving it.

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    The 180 | May 29, 2015

    The British Columbia Trans Alliance is making the case at the BC Human Rights Tribunal that birth certificates should no longer specify a newborn's gender.

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    Cross Country Checkup | May 31, 2015

    With guest host Susan McReynolds. Is there something wrong with the way math is being taught?

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The House - 'Til next time? Peter MacKay not running in the next electionMay 30, 2015 | 49:59The House 'Til next time? Peter MacKay not running in the next election Audio
The House 'Til next time? Peter MacKay not running in the next election May 30, 2015 | 49:59Treasury Board President Tony Clement and former PC leader and Quebec Premier Jean Charest talk about Peter Mackay's announcement that he will leave politics.
The House - The House on Peter Mackay's departureMay 30, 2015 | 20:34The House The House on Peter Mackay's departure Audio
The House The House on Peter Mackay's departure May 30, 2015 | 20:34Treasury Board President Tony Clement and former PC leader and Quebec Premier Jean Charest talk about Peter Mackay's announcement the he will leave politics. Then, In House panellists Mark Kennedy and Tasha Kheiriddin discuss the long-term consequences of
The House - Are we losing the war against ISIS?May 23, 2015 | 49:59The House Are we losing the war against ISIS? Audio
The House Are we losing the war against ISIS? May 23, 2015 | 49:59Evan Solomon talks with Parliamentary Secretary to Defence Minister James Bezan about Canada's strategy after recent setbacks in the war against ISIS. Also, the former head of Elections Canada, Jean-Pierre Kingsley says having fixed election dates is turn
The House - Does Canada have a plan to meet its new emissions targets?May 16, 2015 | 48:29The House Does Canada have a plan to meet its new emissions targets? Audio
The House Does Canada have a plan to meet its new emissions targets? May 16, 2015 | 48:29This week on The House, Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq explains Canada's new greenhouse gas emissions targets. Then, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne shares her take.
The House - Alberta's orange wave and the federal tax war beginsMay 9, 2015 | 48:29The House Alberta's orange wave and the federal tax war begins Audio
The House Alberta's orange wave and the federal tax war begins May 9, 2015 | 48:29This week on The House Evan Solomon discusses the Liberal plan to tax the rich and help the middle class with Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau. Also, a look at the orange wave that swept through Alberta.
The House - Military has 'endemic' sexual misconduct problemMay 2, 2015 | 52:44The House Military has 'endemic' sexual misconduct problem Audio
The House Military has 'endemic' sexual misconduct problem May 2, 2015 | 52:44This week on The House, Evan Solomon takes a closer look at the report into the military's sexual misconduct problem, the auditor general's latest report and the heated provincial election campaign in Alberta.
The House - Budget 2015 and the road to the electionApr 25, 2015 | 49:59The House Budget 2015 and the road to the election Audio
The House Budget 2015 and the road to the election Apr 25, 2015 | 49:59This week, The House takes an in-depth look at Budget 2015 with Industry Minister James Moore, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair, and Liberal Finance Critic Scott Brison.
The House - Budget PreviewApr 18, 2015 | 49:59The House Budget Preview Audio
The House Budget Preview Apr 18, 2015 | 49:59This week on The House, Employment Minister Pierre Poilievre is in to look ahead to next week's federal budget. Premier Kathleen Wynne also joins us to explain her latest moves ahead of Ontario's budget next week.
The House - The Mike Duffy trial - week 1Apr 11, 2015 | 49:59The House The Mike Duffy trial - week 1 Audio
The House The Mike Duffy trial - week 1 Apr 11, 2015 | 49:59With week one of the Duffy trial now in the books, our In House panel breaks down the first week of proceedings and its political implications. Also, Natural Resources Minister Greg Rickford reacts to criticism of the federal government's response to the
The House - All eyes on the Mike Duffy trial and the federal budgetApr 4, 2015 | 49:59The House All eyes on the Mike Duffy trial and the federal budget Audio
The House All eyes on the Mike Duffy trial and the federal budget Apr 4, 2015 | 49:59This week on The House, former Prime Minister Paul Martin tells host Evan Solomon why he thinks the government is missing the mark on the economic front. We also get ready for the Mike Duffy trial.
The House - Canada's end game in Iraq, SyriaMar 28, 2015 | 49:59The House Canada's end game in Iraq, Syria Audio
The House Canada's end game in Iraq, Syria Mar 28, 2015 | 49:59This week the government tabled a motion to expand and extend the mission against ISIS. Defence Minister Jason Kenney explains what Canada's end game is, and former Liberal Minister Lloyd Axworthy and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May give their views.
The House - Extended and expanded ISIS mission to be debated next weekMar 21, 2015 | 49:58The House Extended and expanded ISIS mission to be debated next week Audio
The House Extended and expanded ISIS mission to be debated next week Mar 21, 2015 | 49:58With Prime Minister Stephen Harper promising to table a motion to extend and expanded Canada's mission to fight ISIS next week, we ask the leader of the Official Opposition, Tom Mulcair, for his take.
The House - Government ponders the future of Iraq missionMar 14, 2015 | 49:59The House Government ponders the future of Iraq mission Audio
The House Government ponders the future of Iraq mission Mar 14, 2015 | 49:59Guest-host Terry Milewski discusses the mission in Iraq with the Minister of National Defence Jason Kenney. Also, Craig Forcese and Kent Roach with their thoughts on the first week of hearings on Bill C-51.
The House - RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson on the Michael Zehaf-Bibeau videoMar 7, 2015 | 48:29The House RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson on the Michael Zehaf-Bibeau video Audio
The House RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson on the Michael Zehaf-Bibeau video Mar 7, 2015 | 48:29RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson talks about the Michael Zehaf-Bibeau video, explains where the investigation is at and where he stands on the need for new anti-terrorism laws.
The House - Steven Blaney discusses radicalization and anti-terrorism legislationFeb 28, 2015 | 49:59The House Steven Blaney discusses radicalization and anti-terrorism legislation Audio
The House Steven Blaney discusses radicalization and anti-terrorism legislation Feb 28, 2015 | 49:59This week on The House Evan Solomon looks at the new anti-terrorism legislation with the Minister of Public Safety, Steven Blaney, and Craig Forcese, an associate professor in the University of Ottawa's law faculty.

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