Politics·Chat Recap

2013 political year in review on Wednesdays with Kady

With 2013 soon to be in the rearview mirror, Kady O'Malley answered your questions and takes your comments about the big Canadian political stories of the year.

Kady O'Malley answered your questions about the political year quickly coming to an end

CBC.ca politics blogger Kady O'Malley chats weekly with readers on Wednesdays With @Kady. (CBC)

The government is finally getting a break from answering Senate questions now that the House has adjourned.

The Senate-PMO scandal was undoubtedly the dominant Canadian political story of 2013, but it certainly wasn't the only one.

From Canada's free-trade agreement-in-principle with the EU, to Justin Trudeau's first few months as Liberal leader and the tensions between First Nations and the federal government, there was a lot to chew on this year.

What were your top political stories of the past 12 months?

Kady O'Malley will answer your question and fielded your comments and answered your questions.

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