This week on The House, the new era of federal-provincial relations is about to be tested on two crucial fronts: climate change and health care. We talk to Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Ontario's Kathleen Wynne and Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil.
This week on The House, interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose discusses the balancing act of readying for Parliament's return while her party's leadership race starts to heat up. Then, we talk to Minister John McCallum about his upcoming plans for new refugee commitments and increased immigration levels.
On The House mid-week podcast, we take the pulse of the Conservative and NDP caucus meetings as both parties get ready for Parliament's return... and deal with two very different leadership races. Then, we talk about trust and politics: how politicians earn your trust, and how they lose it.
This week on The House, Tom Mulcair wants to put an end to the rumours: he plans to stay on as leader of the NDP until his permanent replacement is chosen. Then, Conservative leadership hopeful Tony Clement weighs into the debate over the idea of a "anti-Canadian values" test for new immigrants.
On The House mid-week podcast, Tim Powers from Summa Strategies and Jason MacDonald from Hill and Knowlton Strategies discuss how the Kellie Leitch "anti-Canadian values'" test story has been unfolding and its potential impact on the Conservative leadership race.