Power and Politics

Power and Politics

Canada

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.

Episodes

POWER and POLITICS: Friday, July 21, 2017  

The Atlantic's McKay Coppins breaks down the latest stories out of Washington, Alta. PC leader Jason Kenney looks ahead to the big merger vote with the Wildrose, and the outgoing EU Ambassador to Canada discusses what's next for EU-Canada relations.

Power Pod: Friday, July 21, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Kelly, Jason and Paul dig into what's next for Alberta's conservative movement, and react to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer's sudden resignation.

POWER and POLITICS: Thursday, July 20, 2017  

The Conservatives' new deputy leader Lisa Raitt talks to Terry about her new job, and her party's stance on the Khadr deal. Plus, former Bush ethics lawyer Richard Painter on Trump and Sessions, and Wildrose's Brian Jean looks ahead to Alberta's vote.

Power Pod: Thursday, July 20, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Rachel, Susan and Robin tackle the Tories' Khadr deal criticism, and look ahead to the conservative merger vote happening in Alberta.

POWER and POLITICS: Wednesday, July 19, 2017  

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister and Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard discuss the major highlights of the premiers' conference in Edmonton. Plus: Stanford professor Kathryn Stoner on Trump's previously undisclosed second meeting with Putin.

Power Pod: Wednesday, July 19, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Ian, Tim and Lindsay dive into Premier Couillard's pitch to the premiers to reopen the Constitution, and discuss Lisa Raitt's new job as the CPC's deputy leader.

Power Pod: Tuesday, July 18, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Chad, Kathleen, Yolande and Eric dive into Premier Pallister's push to pause pot legislation, and discuss Finance Minister Bill Morneau's crackdown on tax cheats.

POWER and POLITICS: Tuesday, July 18, 2017  

Finance Minister Bill Morneau tells Terry about his plan to close tax loopholes for wealthy Canadians. Plus: former U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman discusses next steps on NAFTA, and B.C.'s new premier is sworn in.

POWER and POLITICS: Monday, July 17, 2017  

Three Indigenous leaders - Natan Obed, Perry Bellegarde and Clement Chartier on why they are boycotting the premiers meeting in Edmonton. Laura Dawson, Director of the Wilson Center's Canada Institute, weighs in on U.S. NAFTA negotiation objectives.

Power Pod: Monday, July 17, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Kathleen Monk, Supriya Dwivedi and Rachel Curran react to the Trump administration's NAFTA objectives released today, and look ahead to the premiers' gathering in Edmonton.

Power Pod: Friday, July 14, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Paul, Aaron and Kelly break down Trudeau's message to the U.S. governors, muse on American priorities for NAFTA, and Khadr's lawyer's statements on reaction to the settlement.

POWER and POLITICS: Friday, July 14, 2017  

New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu and Quebec's Min. of International Relations both discuss Canada's pitch to U.S. state governors. Plus, Omar Khadr's lawyer on why he thinks the news of the deal was 'orchestrated' in a leak to embarrass the Trudeau gov't.

POWER and POLITICS: Thursday, July 13, 2017  

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne on why she's attending the National Governors Association summer meeting. Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan discusses Governor General-designate Julie Payette. Eric Grenier digs into NDP leadership race endorsements.

Power Pod: Thursday, July 13, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel: Stockwell Day, Susan Smith and Robin MacLachlan discuss the naming of Julie Payette as Canada's next Governor General, and the PM's comments on the Omar Khadr settlement.

POWER and POLITICS: Wednesday, July 12, 2017  

Former Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks digs into the legal ramifications of Donald Trump Jr's email chain with the Russians, and former PBO Kevin Page weighs in on how the interest rate hike will impact the government's political fortunes.

Power Pod: Wednesday, July 12, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Tim, Supriya and Ian discuss the next governor general, and the political consequences of the new interest rate increase for the feds.

POWER and POLITICS: Tuesday, July 11, 2017  

Is the MMIWG inquiry off-track? Chief Commissioner Marion Buller and Minister of Indigenous Affairs Carolyn Bennett react to the sudden resignation of one of the commissioners. Plus: former U.S. fed. prosecutor John Flannery on Donald Trump Jr.'s emails.

Power Pod: Tuesday, July 11, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Tina, Yolande, Chad and Rob weigh in on the latest MMIWG resignation, and Donald Trump Jr is now the latest figure in the Trump-Russia saga.

Power Pod: Monday, July 10, 2017  

Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel. Rachel, Tim and Brad discuss B.C.'s wildfires, and the fallout from the Omar Khadr settlement.

POWER and POLITICS: Monday, July 10, 2017  

B.C. minister Todd Stone on the wildfires in his province. 100 Mile House Mayor Mitch Campsall on the evacuation of his town. Retired Sgt. Layne Morris, who was injured in the 2002 firefight involving Omar Khadr discusses Khadr's $10.5M settlement.

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