Saturday, May 4, 2013 | Categories: |
This week on The House, we ask Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney if the changes announced this week to the temporary foreign workers program are just the beginning or will there be more to come?
On a week when the Conservatives celebrated their second year in majority government, the Auditor-General's report was not the present they were looking for. We ask CBC's National Affairs Editor Chris Hall and political columnist with the National Post Tasha Kheiriddin what impact Michael Ferguson's report will have on the federal government.
We hear from Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and the NDP's Foreign Affairs Critic Paul Dewar on the politics behind Qatar's bid to move the headquarters for the International Civil Aviation Organization based Montreal to Doha in 2016.
A CBC News investigation has uncovered a $250-million mystery at the heart of Canada's ambitious shipbuilding program. CBC's Senior Correspondent Terry Milewski is here with the details including the government's response.
Plus, we ask CBC political blogger and House contributer Kady O'Malley why are a growing number of Conservative MPs are refusing to distribute taxpayer-funded flyers, or ten percenters, as they are known attacking Liberal leader Justin Trudeau.
Finally, listen to Evan's House essay as he reflects on corruption and its threat to democracy.
WEB EXTRA: Listen to Evan's interview with NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and find out what is weighing into her decision. Will she support the Ontario budget or not?