This week on The House, Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly became the first member of Donald Trump's inner circle to come to Ottawa on Friday. What came out of the official visit? We ask Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale.
On The House midweek podcast, with two candidate nomination controversies on its hands, the Liberal party has been forced to defend the way candidates are chosen. Is the party really as open as the Prime Minister claims?
Canada's Transport Minister, and the chair of the cabinet committee on Canada-U.S. relations, Marc Garneau is on The House following another visit to Washington. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley tells us what she found out about the new administration's energy plans while in D.C.
What did we learn from U.S. President Donald Trump's speech to Congress? This week CBC's The House gets a debrief from NPR's Tamara Keith on the midweek podcast.
This week on The House, with an increasing number of asylum seekers braving the cold and snow to illegally come to Canada, and with concerns about what an expanded pre-clearance agreement could mean for Canadian travellers heading to the U.S., border issues have clearly become more complex in the Donald Trump era. We talk to Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister, and CBSA agent Dominique Filion.
On The House midweek podcast, we continue to put the spotlight on the upcoming federal budget by taking a look at what the Liberals might do on the tax front with former Saskatchewan finance minister Janice MacKinnon and the federal director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, Aaron Wudrick.