Trump's approach to opioids and Canadian peacekeepers are heading to MaliThe House from CBC Radio add
On The House midweek podcast, Chris Hall talks about the U.S. president's approach to tackling the opioid crisis. Then, we look at the federal government's decision to send peacekeepers to Mali.
How the chaos in Donald Trump's Washington might affect CanadaThe House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, after another tumultuous week in Washington, D.C., guest-host Catherine Cullen talks to Marc Garneau, chair of the Canada-U.S. relations cabinet committee. We also talk with a former CSIS director about how Canada can respond to threats from Russia. Finally, Saskatchewan's new premier, Scott Moe, explains why he supports Alberta's Rachel Notley when it comes to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline project.
Midweek podcast - Doug Ford's provincial campaign to build off leadership race tacticsThe House from CBC Radio add
Doug Ford's strategy going into the provincial campaign is expected to build off his leadership tactics, according to his the man who just ran his successful campaign to lead the Ontario PC, Michael Diamond.
Canada dodges Donald Trump's tariffs... for nowThe House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, with Canada having dodged Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs, but the threat of those tariffs still looming large over the NAFTA negotiations, guest-host Catherine Cullen talks to Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland about the challenges of dealing with the U.S. administration. Then, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale discusses the challenges for the new commissioner-designated of the RCMP, Brenda Lucki.
Trump's tariffs and India trip fallout overshadow budget 2018The House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, Chris Hall sits down with Finance Minister Bill Morneau to discuss his latest budget. Then, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer shares his thoughts on the Liberals' fiscal blueprint and the ongoing controversy over the Prime Minister's trip to India. Finally, we discuss the potential impact of new U.S. trade restrictions on aluminum and steel.
Midweek pod: Inside the 2018 federal budget lock-upThe House from CBC Radio add
On The House midweek podcast, from inside the 2018 federal budget lock-up, Chris Hall dissects Bill Morneau's latest fiscal blueprint with CBC parliamentary bureau chief Rob Russo and CBC senior reporters David Cochrane and Karina Roman.
Justin Trudeau's chaotic India trip and next week's federal budgetThe House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, we dig into Justin Trudeau's chaotic visit to India. Then, we look ahead to next week's budget with the Minister of Families, Children and Social Development, Jean-Yves Duclos. Finally, the Insiders discuss what Finance Minister Bill Morneau needs to accomplish with his third fiscal blueprint.
Midweek podcast: Ontario PC drama and Indigenous rights frameworkThe House from CBC Radio add
On The House midweek podcast, Chris Hall talks to Conservative strategist John Capobianco about the political drama surrounding the Ontario PC party leadership race. Then, Leah Sarson, a Visiting Arctic Fellow at the Institute of Arctic Studies at Dartmouth College, explains why Ottawa's plan to develop a new legal framework to guarantee Indigenous rights might encounter some unforeseen challenges.
A new chapter for Indigenous rights?The House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, Chris Hall sits down with two cabinet ministers, Jody Wilson-Raybould and Carolyn Bennett, to discuss the recently promised legal framework to recognize Indigenous rights. We also talk to NDP leader Jagmeet Singh about crafting a progressive alternative to the Liberal Party.
Midweek: Colten Boushie's family meets Justin TrudeauThe House from CBC Radio add
On The House midweek podcast, Chris Hall talks to Kathy Hodgson-Smith, an indigenous rights and criminal defence lawyer based in Saskatoon, and Bill Trudell, the Chair of the Canadian Council of Criminal Defence Lawyers, about the issues that have been raised in the aftermath of last week's verdict in the trial over Colten Bushie's death.
Special podcast: Ontario PC leadership raceThe House from CBC Radio add
The House talks to leadership candidates Doug Ford and Christine Elliott.
Ottawa not closing the door to incentives if B.C. caves on pipelineThe House from CBC Radio add
This week, Chris Hall sits down with Natural Resources Jim Carr to talk about the dispute over the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. Then, we hear from B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver.
Midweek podcast: Overhaul of the Fisheries ActThe House from CBC Radio add
On The House midweek podcast, guest-host Hannah Thibedeau talks to Fisheries Minister Dominic LeBlanc.
Chris Hall sits down with the Prime MinisterThe House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, Chris Hall sits down with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to talk about tackling sexual harassment, the future of NAFTA, his broken promise to reform the electoral system, and whether he will ever live at 24 Sussex Dr. again.
When #MeToo and Time's Up collide with Canadian politicsThe House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, after allegations of sexual misconduct forced out two provincial party leaders — in Ontario and in Nova Scotia — and one federal cabinet minister, we ask Conservative deputy leader Lisa Raitt, former NDP MP and WWF Canada president Megan Leslie, and former Liberal staffer Greg MacEachern about what should happen next. The Insiders also join us with their take.
Midweek podcast with Jean Charest and John McKayThe House from CBC Radio add
On The House midweek podcast, Chris Hall talks to former Quebec premier Jean Charest about the new Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership, and its potential impact on the NAFTA talks. Then, we hear from Liberal MP John McKay about his efforts to bring more independent oversight of Canadian mining companies, and what he plans to go after next.
The Montreal Round: NAFTA talks at critical junctureThe House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, Chris Hall talks with two members of the NAFTA advisory council, Rona Ambrose and Hassan Yussuff, about what to expect from next week's round of negotiations in Montreal. We're also joined by Environment Minister Catherine McKenna to discuss Ottawa's plan to put a price on carbon, and by Indigenous children advocate Cindy Blackstock to talk about her hopes for the upcoming emergency meeting to address the over-representation of Indigenous children in foster care.
Midweek podcast: North Korea meeting missed the mark, says former diplomatThe House from CBC Radio add
On The House midweek podcast, Chris Hall talks to retired Canadian diplomat James Trottier about why he thinks excluding key players like China and Russia limited the effectiveness of this week's North Korea meeting in Vancouver. We also talk to the CBC's Don Pittis about the Bank of Canada's decision to raise its key lending rate by a quarter percentage point to 1.25 per cent.
NAFTA uncertainty overshadows Liberal prioritiesThe House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, Justin Trudeau and his cabinet returned to work this week amid growing uncertainty surrounding the future of NAFTA. We ask International Trade Minister François-Philippe Champagne about Canada's strategy.
New Year for new leaders: what do Scheer and Singh need to do in 2018?The House from CBC Radio add
This week on The House, Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and NDP leader Jagmeet Singh discuss what they need to do to establish themselves as the main alternative to Justin Trudeau ahead of the next federal election.