July 2012

Clark says no national energy policy possible without B.C.

This week on The House, guest-host Susan Lunn brings you special coverage of the Council of the Federation meeting in Halifax.The dispute between British...

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House Exclusive: Redford and McGuinty talk national energy strategy

  The dispute over the Northern Gateway pipeline project is probably not what Alberta Premier Alison Redford had in mind when she started pushing for...

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Health innovation group will continue

For months, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall and P.E.I. Premier Robert Ghiz looked at whether provinces can provide better health care services, and save money...

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Justice Minister open to new ideas on how to reduce gun violence

  This week on The House, guest-host Susan Lunn asks federal Justice Minister Rob Nicholson how the government is planning to respond to Monday's deadly...

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Qc students are planning parallel election campaign

All signs point to it... Actually, all that seems to be missing are, well, the actual election signs! Quebecers are getting ready to go...

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Premiers want to sit down with the Prime Minister

Premiers will gather for their annual summer meeting in Halifax next week. Their discussions will focus on issues ranging from health care to energy,...

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Rae hopes to reframe oil sands debate

This week on The House, guest-host James Fitz-Morris speaks with interim Liberal leader Bob Rae following his tour of Northern Alberta communities and oil...

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Meet Canada's voice in China

Canada's position on, and relationship with, China has evolved over the past few years. David Mulroney has been at the very heart of that...

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Cooling down the overheated real estate market

Is Canada's housing market in a bubble, over-heated, or simply imbalanced? There seems to be consensus among the nation's economists that something needs to...

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Kady's Good Question - What's next in Etobicoke Centre?

Critical error - or just an election boo-boo? In simple terms, that's what the Supreme Court is asked to rule on in the appeal...

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House Additions | Backbenchers across the pond

To put the life of a Canadian backbench MP into context, we spoke with British Conservative MP Mark Pritchard. Pritchard is the former Secretary of...

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New Minister Fantino wants to find efficiencies at CIDA

This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall talks to Canada's new Minister of International Cooperation, Julian Fantino. The former Ontario police chief is being...

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Bev Oda's controversial CIDA legacy

Beyond the controversies over expensive glasses of orange juice and limousine rides, what is Bev Oda's legacy? In what kind of shape did she leave...

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The frustrating life of backbenchers

You rarely see them stand up during question period or get chased by reporters. But backbenchers make up the majority of Members of Parliament, and...

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