This week on The House, RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson describes how police tracked down and arrested Justin Bourque, the suspect in the Moncton shootings. Just after meeting with the families of the fallen RCMP members, Paulson describes Bourque as a monster and says he had murder on his mind.
The government introduced legislation that cracks down on pimps and johns, but does it go too far? The proposed bill has received a lot of criticism so far, and may be the subject of court battle if it becomes law. The Parliamentary Secretary to the Justice Minister Bob Dechert defends the bill and tells us why the government will not refer the legislation to the Supreme Court.
Landmark legislation is passed in Quebec. The province has passed legislation that will give some terminally ill patients the right to choose to die. Quebec's Health Minister Doctor Gaetan Barrette talks about what's in the legislation, who it applies to and what safeguards are in place.
Finally In House panelists Tasha Kheiriddin and Terry Milewski weigh in on some of the hottest stories this week including new details on Senator Mike Duffy's expenses and the latest on the robocall affair.