Re-appointments? - That's a Good Question!
This week on The House, Kathleen speaks with Stockwell Day, former Treasury Board president.
Despite having watched this week's cabinet shuffle from the sidelines, the now retired Conservative MP finds himself back in the spotlight. Find out why Day will be campaigning for the BC Liberals, what advice he has for Tony Clement -- who has inherited his old job -- and what he'll miss most about Ottawa.
Listen to the entire program right here:
Back to the Senate!
In the end, Larry Smith and Fabian Manning didn't stay away from the Senate for very long. And despite her loss in this month's federal election, Josée Verner is also coming back to Ottawa. What's been the reaction to Stephen Harper's latest Senate appointments, and what ever happened to Senate reform?
The CBC's James Cudmore prepared this special report:
Are Larry Smith and Fabian Manning the first to be re-appointed to the
Senate? The answer is no... But as Kady O'Malley will tell you, it
hasn't happened in a very long time.
The power of one
She is the only elected member of the Green Party of Canada but Elizabeth May still plans to make a difference. Find out how:
Veteran hill watchers John Ivison, from the National Post, and Manon Cornellier, from Le Devoir, join us to examine the week's events.
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