What do U.S. President Donald Trump's threats of "fire and fury" against North Korea mean for Canada? This week on The House, Andrea Berger, senior research associate at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies, walks us through the war of words. Then, we talk dying right whales with Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer didn’t hold back on the first official day of NAFTA negotiations, saying the 23-year-old agreement has “fundamentally failed” many Americans and “needs major improvement." Dan Ujczo, and international trade lawyer, weighs in.
This week on The House midweek podcast we talk to the Canadian scientist who helped author the exhaustive draft report on climate change, now awaiting approval from U.S. President Donald Trump's administration. Then, Senator Bob Runciman gives a final interview before leaving the Red Chamber.
This week on The House, hundreds of people have been lining up in recent days to illegally cross into Canada. What is behind this latest surge in the number of asylum seekers hopping the border? We talk to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Ahmed Hussen.
This week on The House, the Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs, Carolyn Bennett, discusses the future of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls amid a storm of criticism. Then, we check in with new British Columbia Premier John Horgan after his first official visits to Ottawa and Washington, D.C.
On The House's midweek podcast, we look at what two Supreme Court of Canada rulings involving the duty to consult means for energy projects going forward. Then, we dive into NAFTA'S Chapter 19 with Maryscott Greenwood, CEO of the Canadian American Business Council.