This week on The House, guest-host James Cudmore takes the show on the road to Quebec ahead of next week's provincial election in order to gauge the mood of voters, and analyze the candidates' final pitch.
First, James goes to one of the key election battlegrounds, the so-called "450", to speak with candidates as they make their final campaign stops. He also sits down with a group of voters who are contemplating how to cast their ballots.
And how will the Quebec election have an impact on federal politics? The CBC's James Fitz-Morris tackles that question.
We also check in with the provincial scene in British Columbia, where several Liberal MLAs and cabinet ministers have resigned this week. What does the mean for the B.C. Liberal government heading into an election year? We speak with former Finance Minister and Deputy Premier Kevin Falcon after his cabinet departure.
And finally, we ask pollster Nik Nanos what's at stake in Ontario's two by-elections next week.