Power and Politics

Power and Politics


Get daily access to the movers and shakers when we interview the country's most influential figures, from politicians to writers to leaders from all parts of the country.


POWER and POLITICS: Friday, March 24, 2017  

Lawyer David Domina discusses the hurdles ahead for Keystone XL in Nebraska after Trump approves the project. Two experts also weigh in on the fate of the pipeline. Luiza Savage and Alex Panetta discuss the latest in the U.S. health care debate.

Power Pod: Friday, March 24, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Marie Vastel, Kady O'Malley, Paul Wells and Kelly Cryderman discuss academic freedom, approval of the Keystone XL pipeline and proposed changes to House of Commons rules.

Power Pod: Thursday, March 23, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Stockwell Day, Brad Lavigne, Susan Smith and Chris Hall discuss the federal budget and the debate over changing House of Commons rules.

POWER and POLITICS: Thursday, March 23, 2017  

Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains discusses the federal budget. U.K. High Commissioner Howard Drake discusses the attack in London. MPs debate changing House rules. Don Meredith's new lawyer on his client's case.

POWER and POLITICS: Wednesday, March 22, 2017  

Special coverage of Budget 2017: Finance Minister Bill Morneau explains his spending plan. Rona Ambrose, Tom Mulcair, the Power Panel, MPs and economists weigh in on the plan.

Power Pod: Thursday, March 22, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Ian Capstick, Tim Powers, Althia Raj and Amanda Alvaro discuss the federal budget.

Power Pod: Tuesday, March 21, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Pod. Lindsay, Robin, Marty and Rick discuss what exactly the federal government means by money for 'innovation" and stumble over "cluster funding." Plus: should the House change up its rules?

POWER and POLITICS: Tuesday, March 21, 2017  

EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom on trade, Trump, Brexit and more. Plus: Republican congressman and co-chair of the U.S.-Canada Inter-Parliamentary Group Bill Huizenga on a possible border adjustment tax and Jason Kenney on his next steps.

Power Pod: Monday, March 20, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Kathleen, David, Rachel and Josh look ahead to the federal budget and discuss Jason Kenney's win as Alberta PC leader and cheating allegations in the Conservative leadership race.

POWER and POLITICS: Monday, March 20, 2017  

MPs look ahead to Budget Day. Plus: Lisa Raitt on Conservative 'cheaters', Russia expert Kathryn Stoner on the FBI's investigation into Russia, and why the Anglican Church wrote an open letter to Sen. Beyak on residential schools.

Power Pod: Fri. March 17, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Kelly Cryderman, Aaron Wherry, Kady O'Malley and Paul Wells talk Trump and Merkel's 'awkward' Washington meeting, Sen. Don Meredith's new interview, and Kevin O'Leary's vote-rigging allegations.

POWER and POLITICS: Friday, Mar. 17, 2017  

Brad Trost tells Kevin O'Leary to "put up or shut up" amidst vote-rigging allegations, and Don Meredith's lawyer addresses calls for his client to resign his Senate seat. Plus: Germany's ambassador to Canada on tense talks between Trump and Merkel.

POWER and POLITICS: Thursday, March 16, 2017  

Law professor Jan Ting on why he thinks Trump's travel ban will prevail in the Supreme Court. Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci on his province's budget. Sask. Senator Lillian Dyck on why she thinks Senator Beyak should consider leaving her committee post

Power Pod: Thursday, March 16, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Marie Vastel, Tim Powers, Kathleen Monk and David Khan discuss the Alberta budget, the controversies surrounding senators Don Meredith and Lynn Beyak and Trudeau's defence of NAFTA.

POWER and POLITICS: Wednesday, March 15, 2017  

Special episode from Windsor Ontario, the Governor of Michigan weighs in on the Canada-US relationship. City councillors from Detroit and Windsor discuss cross-border issues. The Power Panel takes audience questions. Syrian refugees discuss life in Canada

Power Pod: Wednesday, March 15, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. A special Windsor panel with Sandra Pupatello, Joe Comartin and Ellen Van Wageningen discuss the key issues facing the Canada-U.S. relationship.

Power Pod: Tues. March 14, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Supriya, Marty, Tim and Robin discuss whether or not the Senate should expel Senator Meredith, banning religious garb at work, and the cost for printing this year's federal budget.

POWER and POLITICS: Tuesday, Mar. 14, 2017  

Rosie joins us from Windsor to give a preview of Wednesday's road show on Trump & trade. Plus: will the Dutch election usher in a new wave of populism in Europe? And a constitutional lawyer gives Terry the lowdown on if the Senate can expel Don Meredith.

Power Pod: Mon. March 13, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Brad, Amanda, Josh and Rachel break down the NDP's first leadership debate, the Senator Meredith sex scandal, and B.C.'s campaign financing rules.

POWER and POLITICS: Monday, March 13, 2017  

Will Trump's health care plan get enough support to become law? Alex Panetta and Todd Zwilich analyse the latest from Washington. Plus: should high heels be mandatory in the workplace? B.C. Green Party leader Andrew Weaver on his bill to ban the practice.

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