This week on The House
, it was an historic call between the U.S. and Iranian presidents
, but Canada's Foreign Minister, John Baird
, says he's keeping the champagne on ice. He's waiting for action from Iran on its nuclear program, its support for terrorism, and its human rights record, before popping the cork.
The right to die with dignity. If proposed legislation in Quebec becomes law, will the federal government be forced to reopen the debate? Quebec's Social Service and Youth Protection Minister, Veronique Hivon, talks about the province's move toward medically-assisted death, and what it could mean for the rest of Canada.
The Prime Minister's former Parliamentary Secretary is now facing charges under the Canada Election Act and is out of the Conservative caucus. But Dean Del Mastro continues to deny any wrongdoing. We hear from his lawyer, Jeffrey Ayotte.
Under his leadership, the Liberal Party of Canada sunk to third party status for the first time in its history. Two-and-a-half years later, Michael Ignatieff reflects on his time in politics.
Too scripted and too late in the day? Could a new time and more spontaneity improve Question Period? Former MPs Bob Rae and Lee Richardson join Evan Solomon and Kady O'Malley to hammer away at Fix That House!