On The House midweek podcast, the final results are in and we still don't know who will end up in charge in British Columbia. The Green Party holds the balance of power and could decide to help the Liberals or the NDP form a minority government. We speak to leader Andrew Weaver. We also talk to former chief Bill Wilson about why he added his voice to the growing chorus of critics of the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.
This week on The House, with just a week left before the Conservative Party picks a new leader, outgoing interim leader Rona Ambrose sits down with The House to talk about her decision to leave politics, the state of the party, and where things go from here.
This week on The House, Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi explains how and why his government is going about creating a controversial $35 billion infrastructure bank. Then, former U.S. trade representative Michael Froman joins us to discuss the confirmation of his successor, and what it means for the upcoming renegotiation of NAFTA.
On The House midweek podcast, Chris Hall looks at the national implications of British Columbia's stunning election results. As things currently stand, the province could be run by a minority government for the first time in decades. What could that mean for several key files, including energy?
British Columbians are heading to the polls next week. Will the 16-year Liberal dynasty continue? Will the NDP manage to avoid a repeat of their 2013 election collapse? This week, The House is British Columbia to take the pulse of the campaign and look at critical national issues such as the economy, energy development, housing and the opioid crisis, that have been in the spotlight in this province. Chris Hall talks to B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark, NDP leader John Horgan, Green Party leader Andrew Weaver, and Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson.