This week on The House
, Evan Solomon talks to Peter Penashue's former campaign manager and official agent, Reg Bowers
, the man the now former cabinet minister blames for the ineligible donations his campaign accepted. Was Reg Bowers surprised by Penashue's resignation as minister and MP? And what did happen during the campaign?
March 21st will be budget day in Ottawa. What does Finance Minister Jim Flaherty
have in store? We ask Prince Edward Island Premier Robert Ghiz
what he's hoping to hear. We also get his take on Senate reform.
A damning report on the B.C. Liberal government's plan to woo ethnic voters in the upcoming election put embattled Premier Christy Clark
, once again, on the defensive this week. Two months before an elections, will Clarke's apology and the party's repayment of 70-thousand dollars of misspent public funds be enough to put this issue to rest? We ask BC NDP House Leader John Horgan
While Liberals in B.C. are in damage control mode, their Quebec counterparts are about to pick a new leader. Who will succeed Jean Charest? The CBC's Tim Duboyce
brings us up to speed.
And finally, ten years after his decision not to go to war in Iraq, Jean Chrétien
reflects on that key moment of his time as Prime Minister. He also talks about what the current leadership race is doing to his party's popularity.