The House

CBC Radio's The House: An election averted, for now

On this week’s show: Three strategists debate how a minority Parliament moves forward after Wednesday’s showdown. Then, two Mi'kmaw leaders discuss resolving the ongoing fishery dispute in Nova Scotia and Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan addresses Ottawa’s response. The CBC’s Lorenda Reddekopp also outlines Monday’s byelections in Toronto, and the new head of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation talks about where the Crown corporation could venture next.

Here's what's on this week's episode of The House

Leader of the Opposition Erin O'Toole, left, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are seen during Question Period in the House of Commons Tuesday October 20, 2020 in Ottawa. On Wednesday, the Liberal government survived a confidence vote over a Conservative proposal to create a special committee that would probe government ethics and spending. (Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press)
On this week’s show: Three strategists debate how a minority Parliament moves forward after Wednesday’s showdown. Then, two Mi'kmaw leaders discuss resolving the ongoing fishery dispute in Nova Scotia and Fisheries Minister Bernadette Jordan addresses Ottawa’s response. The CBC’s Lorenda Reddekopp also outlines Monday’s byelections in Toronto, and the new head of the Canadian Race Relations Foundation talks about where the Crown corporation could venture next. 47:25

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