This week on The House
, Evan Solomon talks to the Secretary General of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, about the ongoing crisis in Syria and why he believes the threat of a military intervention has to stay on the table.
With several federal cabinet ministers traveling to British Columbia for a pipeline charm offensive, we ask Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, the president of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs
, if it's too little, too late? With the advent of email, Twitter and Facebook, Canadians are using those red mailboxes less and less, and now Canada Post has started bleeding money. Is the crown corporation becoming obsolete, or does it just need to radically change in order to survive the new reality? The CBC's Alison Crawford looks into the story.In the aftermath of this week's deadly accident in Ottawa involving a city bus and a Via Rail train, we ask the Chair of Transportation Safety Board, Wendy Tadros, for the latest. Tadros also goes over recommendations that the TSB has made in the past when it comes to rail safety.How would you make Parliament better? Over the next few weeks, we're asking our listeners for their ideas about how to make the institution more relevant, and how to improve things on Parliament Hill. Over the next couple of weeks, we'll explore their ideas on the show with our very own Kady O'Malley.