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Singh on fighting climate change

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh joined Power & Politics Monday to discuss how his party would fight climate change after a recent UN report report warned of catastrophic consequences should immediate action not be taken.
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Dennis Horak Interview - Part 1

Canada's former ambassador to Saudi Arabia Dennis Horak joined Power & Politics Monday to discuss the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the current state of Canada-Saudi relations.
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Dennis Horak Interview - Part 2

Canada's former ambassador to Saudi Arabia Dennis Horak joined Power & Politics Monday to discuss the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the current state of Canada-Saudi relations.
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Oct. 15: Policing legal weed

We're just two days away from legal weed. Are police ready? CACP President Adam Palmer. Plus, Canada's former ambassador to Saudi Arabia weighs in on the Jamal Khashoggi case.
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Legal weed in Canada: How it works where you live | Power & Politics

Marijuana will be legal in Canada starting Oct. 17, but the rules are different in each province. CBC's Power & Politics breaks it down.
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Oct. 12: Challenging the law

A marijuana executive plans to fight the country's new drug-impaired driving laws. How will the new laws hold up? Vassy asks the B.C. Solicitor General. Plus, new Canadian steel safeguards anger Mexico.
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Canada introduces new safeguards on steel imports | Power Panel

Marcella, Jen, Rob and James discuss the federal government introducing new safeguard measures in response to the risk of a surge of cheap foreign steel imports.
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'I think it's absolutely critical to do so'

Should the Canadian government legislate their duty to consult Indigenous peoples? Constitutional law expert Errol Mendes weighed in.
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Oct. 11: Duty to consult?

Canada's top court ruled the gov't does not need to consult Indigenous peoples before introducing new legislation. What are the implications? Plus, Canada introduces new safeguards on foreign steel.
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Is Canada ready for legal weed? | Panel Power

Amanda, Tim, Brad and Evan discuss marijuana regulations one week before it becomes legal.
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What does the future hold for trade between Canada and China?

Public Policy Forum's Edward Greenspon and former Clerk of the Privy Council Kevin Lynch, discuss the Public Policy Forum's new report which calls for increased trade with China.
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MPs discuss marijuana legalization and the black market

Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Infrastructure, Marco Mendicino, Conservative Health Critic Marilyn Gladu, and NDP Treasury Board Critic Daniel Blaikie debate how much of a dent legalization will have on the black market trade of marijuana.
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Oct. 10: Cannabis countdown

Canada is one week out from legalization. Are we ready? MPs weigh in. Plus, Edward Greenspon and Kevin Lynch on their call for increased trade with China.
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'It's a matter of protecting our minors'

Devon Hargreaves, an LGBT activist, joined Power & Politics Tuesday to discuss his petition calling on the federal government to outlaw the act of coercing or counselling minors to change their sexual orientation or gender identity.
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Andrew Scheer on India, climate change

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer joined Power & Politics Tuesday to discuss his trip to India and the new UN climate change report that calls for urgent action, including a price on carbon, to avert catastrophe.
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Oct. 9: 'Two bad options'

Former senior CSIS analyst Jessica Davis on former Canadian ISIS fighter Muhammad Ali. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer on India, climate change
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Power & Politics October 08, 2018

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What is Putin's endgame?

'It's a chaos strategy they've implemented against the West,' says the Brookings Institution's Alina Polyakova of Russian cyberattack allegations.
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China responds to USMCA concerns | Power Panel

Marieke, Paul, Marty and Katie discuss Ch. 32 of the new USMCA.
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Oct. 05: Marijuana growing pains and Russian cyberattacks

Are pot suppliers ready for demand come Oct. 17? Plus: the COO of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sports on being targeted by Russian hackers, and Stephen Harper's former trade adviser Adam Taylor on the USMCA.
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Are Canadian institutions vulnerable to a Russian cyberattack?

'We can never rest,' says Scott Jones, head of the Canadian Centre for Cybersecurity.
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Canada had to give up dairy access to get a deal on NAFTA, says negotiator

Quebec’s chief NAFTA negotiator says there would not be a new NAFTA deal today if Canada had refused to make concessions on the dairy industry.
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Manitoba joins anti-carbon tax fight | Power Panel

James, Jen, Andrew and Rob discuss Manitoba's flip-flop on the carbon tax.
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Evaluating the USMCA trade deal from Quebec's perspective

Sometimes people cheat, so you need arbitration,' says Quebec's chief NAFTA negotiator Raymond Bachand.
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Manitoba premier tells P&P why he's backing out of carbon tax

'We're just asking for respect here in Manitoba," says Brian Pallister of his province's green record.
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Oct. 04: Manitoba's carbon defiance and Russia's brazen attacks

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister on backing out of a carbon tax. Plus: the head of Canada's new cyber-security centre on Russian cyberattack allegations.
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Sohi on Ottawa's decision not to appeal the TMX decision

Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi joined Power & Politics Wednesday to discuss how the government plans to proceed on Trans Mountain.
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'From a father to a father': Tori Stafford's dad reaches out to Trudeau over transfer of daughter's killer

Tori Stafford's father says he wrote a letter to the prime minister about the transfer of his daughter's killer to an Indigenous healing lodge in an effort to reach Justin Trudeau as a father, not a politician.