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Tom Mulcair on the CBC, ISIS, Bill C-51 and the federal budget

Tom Mulcair, Leader of the NDP and the Official Opposition talks to Michael about his plan to restore funding to CBC/Radio-Canada; his opposition to Canada's anti-ISIS military mission, and to Bill C-51, the government's draft legislation to extend the power of Canada's security services; and about the NDP's plans to stimulate the economy should it form the next government.
NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair delivers a speech on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Thursday, Jan. 15, 2015. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)
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As politicians fan out across the country in anticipation of a federal election, the Leader of the Official Opposition pays a visit to The Sunday Edition studio.
Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 Hornets over Iraq on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014 CP/HO-U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Perry Aston (U.S. Air Force/Staff Sgt. Perry Aston/Canadian Press)

Tom Mulcair talks to Michael about his plan to restore funding to CBC/Radio-Canada; his opposition to Canada's anti-ISIS military mission and to Bill C-51, the government's draft legislation to extend the power of Canada's security services; and about the NDP's plans to stimulate the economy should it form the next government.

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