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Power & Politics

Get daily access to the country's most influential figures. From politicians to writers to leaders from all parts of the country.

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Brexit: what happens now?

With volatile international markets, a plunge in the pound, and the resignation of the British PM — what does the future hold for the UK and the international community?

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Paralympian robbed in Rio

An Australian Paralympian was riding her bike in Rio de Janeiro when a group of men robbed her.

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Can you keep a secret?

From secret lovers to secret recipes, we have stories about things you shouldn't know.

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The legendary Paul Simon

The music legend talks about his new LP on Stranger to Stranger and the fate of humanity.

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Power Pod: Friday, June 24

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Every day, the panelists analyse and debate the strategies, motivations and optics of the biggest political stories. Today's topics: all the angles of the Brexit fall-out.

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POWER and POLITICS: Friday, June 24, 2016

Fall-out from Brexit: the UK's High Commissioner to Canada is here, plus British MP Andy Percy. Former Trade Minister Ed Face talks CETA implications, an economist weighs in, and German ambassador to Canada shares the EU perspective.

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Power Pod: Thursday, June 23, 2016

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Every day, the panelists analyse and debate the strategies, motivations and optics of the biggest political stories. Today's topics: Brexit, Duffy, and the upcoming Three Amigos summit and Mexican visas.

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POWER and POLITICS: Thursday, June 23, 2016

Decision Day in the UK: it's a big Brexit episode on P&P, with UK MPs, the Power Panel, economists and Jean Charest weighing in. Plus, Duffy saga returns with lawyer Don Bayne, Mexican visas, and more.

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New - Power Panel podcast

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Every day, the panelists analyse and debate the strategies, motivations and optics of the biggest political stories. Today's topics: PMJT's end-of-term presser and the PC and Wildrose react to Kenney.

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POWER and POLITICS: Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Today on P&P: Conrad Black on Brexit, MPs debate Trudeau's foreign policy after his end-of-term press conference, and Eric Grenier crunches the Brexit numbers one day before the big vote.

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New - Power Panel podcast

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Every day, the panelists analyse and debate the strategies, motivations and optics of the biggest political stories. Today's topics: is Jason Kenney Alberta-bound? Plus the new CPP deal.

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POWER and POLITICS: Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Saskatchewan finance minister Kevin Doherty takes us behind the deal with the feds & provinces on CPP reform. Plus, Bob Rae on the upcoming Brexit vote, Trump's finance woes, & the Power Panel on Jason Kenney's potential provincial foray into politics.

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POWER and POLITICS: June 20, 2016

CPP reform - what will it mean for YOUR retirement? Plus, a review of a review? Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr talks pipelines and the environment. Then, is the new 1-year deferral for gay men who want to donate blood discriminatory, or necessary?

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday, June 17, 2016

Senator James Cowan discusses the Senate passing the assisted dying bill; Foreign Affairs Minister James Cowan on ISIS atrocities; Ont. Finance Minister Charles Sousa talks pensions

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday, June 16, 2016

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg makes a personal pitch for Canada to join the Baltic force to deter Russia; Health Minister Jane Philpott and Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould on assisted dying bill; Ralph Goodale on security oversight.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Senator Kelvin Ogilvie and MP Rob Oliphant discuss the next steps for Bill C-14; Canada's top bureaucrat Michael Wernick on how the public service is adapting to the new government; Eric Grenier on a surge in young voters in 2015 election

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POWER and POLITICS: June 14, 2016

We go to Orlando for first-hand accounts of the attack, plus two U.S. analysts on the anti-Muslim backlash and the politics of domestic terrorism. Then, would C-14 meet a Charter challenge? MPs debate, and aboriginal youth who met with the PM are here.

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POWER and POLITICS: June 13, 2016

MPs react to the Orlando shooting, and two radicalization experts weigh in on the threat of homegrown terrorism. Plus, two members of the LGBT community, a Democrat and a Republican, debate the impact Orlando will have on the presidential race.

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POWER and POLITICS: June 10, 2016

Shortened pod: Senator Don Plett on the Senate's latest changes to the assisted dying bill, plus his memories of Gordie Howe. Then, Minister Stephane Dion on the message Canada's pushing to the UN Security Council, and the Power Panel analyses the week.

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Power and Politics: June 9, 2016

Does the Senate's proposed change to C-14 signal a stand-off between the Chambers? MPs debate. Plus, Canada's new ambassador to the UN on what the world expects from Canada, and Mohamed Fahmy discusses the Canadian professor jailed in Tehran.

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POWER and POLITICS: June 8, 2016

Senators rewrite the rules on assisted dying, plus Ontario's environment minister Glen Murray on whether offering cash for clunkers help cut pollution. Then, we go stateside as Hillary Clinton makes history.

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday, June 7, 2016

MPs weigh in on a fighter jet “capability gap”; pipeline pushback with the Vancouver mayor and First Nations chiefs; gender parity in provincial politics; Senator James Cowan talks C-14; plus US politics, electoral reform, Power Panel and more...

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Power and Politics: June 6, 2016

Legal limbo after the assisted dying deadline passes - what happens next? We've got all the angles covered. Plus, how are we doing on global gender rankings? Head of UN Women Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka is here.

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday June 3, 2016

3 experts discuss Canada's relationship with China; Senator Peter Harder on getting the assisted dying bill passed; Nova Scotia Premier Stephen MacNeil discusses climate change; Plus the mayors of Halifax, Mississauga and Winnipeg.

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday June 2, 2016

Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef discusses electoral reform; MPs Mark Holland, Scott Reid, Nathan Cullen and Elizabeth May weigh in; Representatives from two physicians groups debate doctor assisted dying.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday June 1, 2016

Ministers Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott discuss the assisted dying bill as the Senate debates what to do with it; MPs discuss Canada's relationship with China; Eric Grenier looks at quarterly poll results.

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday May 31, 2016

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale on security oversight and disaster mitigation plans; Enviro Commissioner on harmful cosmetics; Alta. Health Minister discusses assisted dying; Senators James Cowan and Claude Carignan weigh in.

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POWER and POLITICS - Monday May 30, 2016

MPs debate the merits of the government's assisted dying bill; Conservative MP Dan Albas on his push for freer interprovincial alcohol trade; MPs discuss deficit numbers and CPP; Rueben George on the Tsleil-Waututh Nations' opposition to Trans Mountain.

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday May 27, 2016

Convention talk - Jason Kenney in Vancouver, Scott Brison in Winnipeg; Power Panel w/ Althia Raj, Aaron Wherry, Kelly Cryderman & Martin Patriquin; plus Kevin O'Leary, Peter MacKay and more...

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday May 26, 2016

Alta. Premier Rachel Notley talks climate change; 2 Liberal MPs on their party's convention; Tory President John Walsh on the Conservative convention; President of Kinder Morgan Canada on meeting pipeline conditions.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday May 25, 2016

James Moore and Mark Cameron discuss fmr. PM Harper's post-political options ahead of the Tory convention in Vcr; LPC Pres. Anna Gainey looks ahead to Lib. convention in Wpg; Donna Dasko on proportional representation and female politicians

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday May 24, 2016

Vancouver Mayor Gregor Roberts on TransMountain pipeline; Heritage Min. Melanie Joly on Canada's 150th birthday preparations; Transport Min. Marc Garneau warns against pointing lasers at pilots; MPs on trade with Japan

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday May 20, 2016

MPs discuss the government's pipeline approval process and the Trans Mountain project; The Power Panel discusses pipelines, the elbow incident and fraud charges being dropped against Mac Harb; UK High Commissioner talks Brexit.

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday May 19, 2016

We talk to gov't House Leaders on the "elbowing" incident and Elizabeth May tells us what she saw; Sen. Don Plett weighs in as the RCMP ends the investigation into Sen. Pamela Wallin; the BCCLA talks about AB Appeals Court case and C-14

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday May 18, 2016

Live reaction as tempers flare in the House of Commons. Justin Trudeau is accused of manhandling and elbowing MPs; Plus, Senators James Cowan and Denise Batters discuss the assisted suicide legislation.

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday May 17, 2016

Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould discusses the government's transgender rights legislation; Trans advocate Alex Abramovich and NDP MP Randall Garrison weigh in; Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr discusses the new pipeline review panel

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POWER and POLITICS - Monday May 16, 2016

Finance Minister Bill Morneau on meeting with his economic advisory council; MP Michael Chong discusses his bid to be Conservative leader; NDP President Marit Stiles on her party's leadership race; MPs debate assisted dying legislation.

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday May 13, 2016

Power & Politics covers the Prime Minister's first visit to fire-ravaged Fort McMurray and the Alberta Municipal Affairs Minister details efforts underway to address the Fort McMurray fire devastation. Also, feds under pressure to crack down on Russia.

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday May 12, 2016

Electoral reform, rule changes to government ads, opposition to physician-assisted dying bill & an interview with the Right Honourable Paul Martin, Canada's 21st Prime Minister.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday May 11, 2016

Today on Power & Politics ... An all-party committee will study ways to change how Canadians vote but Opposition parties aren't happy with this first move towards electoral reform. Also, emergency funds flow to Fort McMurray fire evacuees.

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday May 10, 2016

Update on the Fort McMurray fire. PM will visit Fort McMurray on Friday. Debate over gov't decision to defer small business tax cut. Senator Murray Sinclair on Indigenous rights declaration.

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POWER and POLITICS - Monday May 09, 2016

Updates on Fort McMurray fire. Premier Rachel Notley gives damage assessment. Head of Red Cross explains aid efforts. Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett explains Canadian stance on UNDRIP.

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday May 6, 2016

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley on the devastating Fort McMurray wildfire; her counterpart in B.C., Christy Clark on pipeline approval processes; and former B.C. premier and former Liberal MP Ujjal Dosanjh on his new memoir.

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday May 5, 2016

Fort McMurray coverage with the mayor of Wood Buffalo and Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, Public Services Minister Judy Foote on the planned review of Canada Post, and the lawyer who fought Carter v. Canada on the government's assisted dying bill.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday May 4, 2016

The latest on the Fort McMurray fire from Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Wildrose leader Brian Jean; why one Liberal MP is voting "no" to assisted dying legislation; and the latest on the Republican nomination contest south of the border.

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday May 3, 2016

Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr on medical pot for veterans, the Auditor General on his spring report, the latest from Lyndsay Duncombe on Donald Trump and the Republican race, plus the latest news on the wildfires engulfing Fort McMurray, Alberta.

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POWER and POLITICS - Monday May 2, 2016

Senator Leo Housakos on the return of Mike Duffy to the Senate, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Navdeep Bains on the Bombardier bailout negotiations and author Seymour Hersh on the killing of Osama bin Laden.

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday April 29, 2017

NDP MP Nathan Cullen discusses his own kidnapping experience and Canada's policy on ransom payments; Vancouver councillor Kerry Jang on pot shop bylaws; David Frum on the future of the Republican party; TTC Chair speaks out against a Bombardier bailout

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday April 28, 2017

MPs discuss whether Bombardier still needs a bailout; B.C. NDP MLA David Eby discusses Christy Clark's party stipend; Janice Stein and Thomas Juneau discuss the crisis in Syria; Fmr. Harper advisor Rachel Curran on 'deliverology'.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday April 26, 2017

MPs debate whether new pipelines will ever get built in Canada; Energy Economic Professor Michal Moore weighs in; Journalists Alex Panetta and Luiza Ch. Savage discuss Ted Cruz's pick for VP, Trump's foreign policy and the 'woman card'

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday April 26, 2016

Two experts discuss Canada's policy to not pay ransom for hostages; Manitoba's premier-delegate Brian Pallister on his priorities for his province; Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi on funding promises.

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POWER and POLITICS - Monday April 25, 2016

Bob Rae discusses the death of his friend John Ridsdel at the hands of his kidnappers in Philippines; Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson on new details in infrastructure spending; Stateside panel on Cruz-Kasich alliance.

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday April 22, 2016

Terry Milewski shares clips from his interview with Duffy's lawyer Donald Bayne; Enviro Minister Catherine McKenna discusses the Paris agreement; Alta. Premier Rachel Notley weighs in; War crimes investigator Bill Wiley on building the case against Assad.

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday April 21, 2016

Mike Duffy is cleared of 31 charges; Lots of reaction from Fmr. Senator Marjory LeBreton, Fmr. House Law Clerk Rob Walsh, lawyer Jason Gilbert, Fmr. Senate Clerk Gordon Barnhart; Kellie Leitch on her Tory leadership bid.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday April 20, 2016

Health Minister Jane Philpott on the government's plan to legalize marijuana; MPs Sean Casey, Colin Carrie and Randall Garrison respond; Senator Elaine McCoy on the way forward for independents; Plus, a UBC researcher who's developed a pot breathalyzer

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday April 19, 2016

MPs Wayne Easter Lisa Raitt and Guy Caron discuss the PBO's assessment of the government's deficit projections; Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett and NDP MP Charlie Angus on the crisis in Attawapiskat; Plus, Manitoba election day

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POWER and POLITICS - Monday April 18, 2016

Senators James Cowan and Elizabeth Marshall on making room for independents on committees; Ont. Regional Chief Isadore Day and Bob Rae on the crisis in Attawapiskat; Ecuador's Ambassador to Canada on deadly earthquake

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday April 15, 2016

MPs Sean Casey, Michael Cooper and Sheila Malcolmson discuss SCC striking down to Conservative criminal justice measures; CMA's Jeff Blackmer on the assisted dying bill; Fmr. Senator Hugh Segal on his book 'Two Freedoms'

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday April 14, 2016

Justice Min. Jody Wilson-Raybould and Health Min. Jane Philpott on the proposed assisted dying legislation; Plus reaction from stakeholders; Gabriel Daniels and Nat'l Chief of the Congress of Aborignal Peoples Dwight Dorey on landmark SCC ruling.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday April 13, 2016

Law professor Daniel Turp on documents that show Stephane Dion approved export permits for Saudi arms deal; MPs respond; Ont. Premier Kathleen Wynne on fundraising rules; ITK President Natan Obed on suicide in indigenous communities.

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday April 12, 2016

Ont. Health Minister Eric Hoskins on the suicide crisis in Attawapiskat; Dr. Cornelia Wieman, Canada's first female aboriginal psychiatrist discusses solutions to the epidemic; Former NDP MP Libby Davies discusses the Leap Manifesto.

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POWER and POLITICS - Monday April 11, 2016

NDP MPs Charlie Angus, Peter Julian and Guy Caron discuss the fallout from their party's convention; Stephen Lewis discusses the Leap Manifesto; AFL's Gil McGowan on why it doesn't work for Alta.; Health Min. Jane Philpott on Attawapiskat suicide crisis

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday April 08, 2016

MPs discuss Jody Wilson-Raybould's fundraiser at a Toronto law firm; NDP President Rebecca Blaikie on the party's convention; Avi Lewis on why he wants the NDP to adopt the Leap Manifesto; NAN Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler on issues facing remote communities

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday April 07, 2016

MPs discuss whether the government has been completely transparent around its budget numbers; CLC President Hassan Yussuf on why he wants a new NDP Leader; Fmr MP Craig Scott on NDP convention; NDP national director Karl Belanger weighs in.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday April 06, 2016

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan on the defence policy review; CBC's Peter Mansbridge gives a preview of his interview with Tom Mulcair; Maxime Bernier discusses why he wants to become leader of the Conservative Party; PBO on what's missing in the budget

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday April 05, 2016

Newly re-elected Sask. Premier Brad Wall on the priorities for his province; Senator Percy Downe on pursuing tax evaders; Former First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond on the push for independence and his fight with Donald Trump.

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POWER and POLITICS - Monday April 04, 2016

Chief of Defence Staff Gen. Jonathan Vance discusses the fight against ISIS and review of defence policy; Health Min. Jane Philpott on health crisis in First Nations communities; Liberal Party President Anna Gainey on changing her party's constitution.

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POWER and POLITICS - Friday April 01, 2016

Ont. Health Minister Eric Hoskins on health issues in remote First Nations communities; Three progressive voices from the U.S. discuss Bernie Sanders' impact on the Democratic race; Democracy Watch's Duff Conacher on political donations.

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POWER and POLITICS - Thursday Mar. 31, 2016

Immigration Minister John McCallum on speeding up the intake of privately sponsored refugees; P.E.I. Premier Wade MacLauchlan providing abortion services on the Island; NDP MP Alexandre Boulerice on the party's campaign post-mortem report.

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POWER and POLITICS - Wednesday Mar. 30, 2016

MPs debate the expansion of EI benefits for some regions; Alta. Finance Minister Joe Ceci weighs in; Two refugee advocates discuss the slowdown in processing and the frustration of many sponsorship groups still waiting to welcome refugees

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POWER and POLITICS - Tuesday Mar. 29, 2016

Reaction to death of former Liberal cabinet minister Jean Lapierre from Gilles Duceppe; Jean Charest and Sheila Copps; live reaction from Paul Martin and Denis Coderre; Plus MPs discuss foreign policy and Terror experts on the arrest of Kevin Mohamed.

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