Nigel Wright won't face charges, what's next in the Senate-PMO scandal?


This week on The House, Evan Solomon looks into the ramifications of the RCMP's decision to not pursue charges against Nigel Wright. What does that mean for the Prime Minister's former chief of staff, for Mike Duffy, and for Stephen Harper? Paul Calandra, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister, and Charlie Angus, the NDP's ethics critic, join us to discuss.

You can add Conservative Senators to the growing list of people calling for changes to the Fair Elections Act. Senator Linda Frum is a member of the Legal and Constitutional Affairs committee. She's in to outline how she feels the bill should be amended. The Minister of State for Democratic Reform, Pierre Poilievre, also joins us to explains whether he's open to such changes.

The Ukrainian Ambassador to the United Nations Yuriy Sergeyev joins us to discuss the potentially explosive situation in his country. The Ukrainian Ambassador to Canada, Vadym Prystaiko, is also here to talk about what comes next.

And finally, In House panelists Chris Hall and Tasha Kheiriddin explore the remaining questions in the Senate-PMO scandal.


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