The House

In House - March 28

The CBC's Terry Milewski and National Post columnist Tasha Kheiriddin break down the two biggest political stories of the week: the proposed extension/expansion of the ISIS mission and the end of the committee hearings looking into C-51, the government's anti-terrorism bill.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper answers a question during Question Period in the House of Commons in Ottawa on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

Two significant security-related stories reached critical junctures this week. 

The government tabled the motion that would extend and expand the mission to fight ISIS. MPs are set to vote on that on Monday.

As that debate was heating up, the committee looking into the government's controversial anti-terrorism wrapped up its hearing into bill C-51.

The CBC's Terry Milewski and National Post columnist Tasha Kheiriddin join us to break down those two stories.

They also analyze the Supreme Court's ruling on Friday that the federal government’s law requiring the destruction of gun certificate information is lawful under the Constitution, and the province of Quebec has no right to the data.