This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall looks at the battle brewing
over the Keystone XL pipeline project. He speaks to U.S. Democratic Congressman
from Tennesse Steve Cohen and Alberta's Energy Minister Ron Liepert.
Democrats justified in raising concerns about the pipeline before giving the
project the green light? And does Alberta think the Canadian government is doing
enough to get the Obama administration on board?
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Kady O'Malley - That's a good question!
This week, Kady O'Malley reports on the rules for lobbying. Who will she bestow the "not a lobbyist"
title to? Now that's a good question!
Finding billions of dollars in government savings
The CBC's Karina Roman speaks to Treasury Board President Tony Clement about
the government's plan to cut billions in spending. Roman asks Clement what 'core
services' will be preserved? Then, Chris Hall sits down with Bob Plamondon and
David Zussman, two public policy experts, and asks them for their take on how
the Conservatives could balance the books.
Canada's new role creates "some anxiety" in Afghanistan
With Canadian troops moving away from combat and taking on a new training
role, we wonder what Afghans think of Canada's exit from Kandahar. Chris Hall
speaks with Afghanistan's representative to Ottawa Ershad Ahmadi, and asks him
what long-term commitments are Afghans expecting from Canada and its NATO
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