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  1. Midweek podcast: Tina Fontaine's legacy and Indigneous child welfare2019/03/14
    Guest host Vassy Kapelos talks to Toronto Star columnist Tanya Talaga about the report out this week on the factors leading to 14-year-old Tina Fontaine's death in 2014, and how the federal government's Indigenous child welfare bill must seize the opportunity to prevent cases like Tina's from happening again.
  2. Is there a way out of the SNC-Lavalin crisis for the Liberals?2019/03/09
    How badly has the SNC-Lavalin controversy shaken Trudeau and the PMO off their pre-election course? Host David Cochrane talks to a cabinet minister, the Liberal caucus chair and two political strategists about mapping a way forward. Plus: Nurses react to a proposed pharmacare plan, and the NDP's Nathan Cullen on his post-Hill future.
  3. Midweek podcast: The other side of the SNC-Lavalin affair2019/03/06
    In the wake of testimony from the prime minister's former right hand man Gerald Butts and new information from Michael Wernick, clerk of the privy council, Chris Hall sits down with Peter Donolo, director of communications for former prime minister Jean Chretien, for his take on the SNC-Lavalin scandal and what should happen next.
  4. The House: Illegal versus inappropriate in the SNC-Lavalin case2019/03/02
    This week on The House, we ask former justice minister and attorney general Irwin Cotler about the duality of that role and what Jody Wilson-Raybould's testimony means for the SNC-Lavalin affair. We turn our attention out west for an update on Trans Mountain and Bill C-69 from Alberta premier Rachel Notley and finally ask Ontario's health minister about their health care system overhaul.
  5. Midweek podcast: Jody Wilson-Raybould speaks her truth2019/02/27
    On today's midweek podcast, three members of the Commons justice committee - Liberal Randy Boissonnault, Conservative Lisa Raitt and New Democrat Murray Rankin - join Chris Hall to talk about what Jody Wilson-Raybould's testimony means for Canada, especially in an election year. We also ask a legal ethics expert about the broader implications.
  6. The House: Mixed reviews for the new Trans Mountain report2019/02/23
    This week on The House, we ask fisheries and oceans minister Jonathan Wilkinson about the new NEB report on the environmental impact of the Trans Mountain pipeline. We also break down the latest on the SNC-Lavalin affair with two legal experts. Finally, we get an update on those U.S. tariffs from Minister Marc Garneau.
  7. Midweek podcast: How is the Liberal caucus dealing with the SNC-Lavalin affair?2019/02/20
    This week, we talk to Liberal caucus chair Francis Scarpaleggia about what effect the SNC-Lavalin controversy involving the PMO and former attorney general is having on his party's caucus, and what the tone is like behind closed doors.
  8. The House: A crisis of political proportions2019/02/16
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  9. Midweek podcast: Can political parties come together to discuss the SNC-Lavalin scandal?2019/02/13
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  10. The House: Allegations of a political cover up2019/02/09
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  11. Midweek podcast: With tariffs on the table, where does the Canada-U.S. relation stand?2019/02/06
    This week on The House midweek podcast, we talk to the CEO of the Canadian-American Business Council Maryscott Greenwood about Donald Trump's mention of Canada and trade in his State of the Union address - and what that means for the bi-lateral relationship. We also pay tribute to former MP Paul Dewar, who died on Wednesday.
  12. Democracy in danger and the battleground B.C.2019/02/02
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  13. Midweek podcast: Obama speechwriter on the playbook of populism2019/01/30
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  14. The House is back: what to watch for starting Monday2019/01/27
    MPs are back in Ottawa Monday for the final push before the fall election. What should the government be looking to achieve? What arrows do the Opposition parties have in their quivers? Politicos David Herle and Jaime Watt have advised government and opposition, and share their strategies in this special episode.
  15. Terror probe in Kingston2019/01/26
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  16. Midweek pod: Did the ambassador's China comments cross the line?2019/01/23
    Canada's ambassador to China John McCallum says the Huawei executive arrested in Vancouver at the request of the United States has a strong case to fight extradition. We ask lawyer Donald Bayne if McCallum has a legal argument. Plus: should Canadian companies be held to account for human rights abuses in operations abroad?
  17. Feds not letting go of pipeline just yet2019/01/19
    Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Ottawa is likely to own the Trans Mountain pipeline past the next election, while a B.C. chief gets serious about his pitch to buy it. Plus: the new minister for rural economic development talks connectivity in Canada, and MPs debrief us on the closed door meeting with the ambassador to China.
  18. May Day in the U.K.2019/01/16
    On the midweek podcast, Chris talks to the former Canadian High Commissioner to the U.K., Jim Wright, about what's next for Brexit. Then, Liberal MP John McKay discusses his private member's bill that would stop Canada from importing goods produced by modern slavery.
  19. The Brexit brink and a Green '192019/01/12
    This week on The House, Britain's High Commissioner looks ahead to Tuesday's critical Brexit vote and what a no-deal Brexit would mean for Canada. Then, Elizabeth May joins Chris to talk Green Party strategy as she hopes to capitalize on provincial momentum in this fall's federal election. Plus, the In House panel discusses January 'House cleaning' as Trudeau prepares for a cabinet shuffle.
  20. Midweek podcast: The politics of anger2019/01/09
    Politics has always been a blood sport, but is it getting nastier than ever? As a federal election year kicks off, The House looks at why anger and fear are becoming dominating forces in politics, protests and discourse, with former political strategist and senator Hugh Segal.
  21. A busy new year in politics2019/01/05
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  22. The 2018 political quiz2018/12/29
    This week on The House, we test your memory with our annual political quiz. Joel-Denis Bellavance from La Presse, Tonda MacCharles from the Toronto Star and the CBC's Catherine Cullen battle over some of the most memorable moments of Canadian politics in 2018.
  23. Canada's options for dealing with China2018/12/22
    This week on The House, we ask former CSIS director Ward Elcock about how Canada can handle relations with China. We also hear a perspective on renovating 24 Sussex Dr. from Scott Reid, who spent time there with former prime minister Paul Martin. Finally, we look back on politics in 2018 with the Conservatives and the NDP.
  24. U.S.-China faceoff puts Canada in an awkward position2018/12/15
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  25. Midweek podcast: The 2019 to-do list for the Liberals2018/12/12
    This week on The House midweek podcast, we ask Government House Leader Bardish Chagger about what her party did in 2018 and what they hope to accomplish next year. Chris Hall talks to her about broken promises and big achievements in anticipation of 2019.
  26. Justin Trudeau confronts the provincial uprisings2018/12/08
    This week, The House is in Montreal for the First Ministers' Meeting. We sit down with British Columbia's John Horgan and Alberta's Rachel Notley for an update on the environment and oil. We ask Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil about the barriers to free trade within Canada and finally, get a response from federal minister Dominic LeBlanc on the issues raised at the gathering.
  27. Midweek Podcast: Pot pardons and premiers2018/12/05
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  28. Dangerous diplomatic waters and climate concerns2018/12/01
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  29. Midweek pod: Millenials' money habits2018/11/28
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  30. Profits, policing and parcels2018/11/24
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  31. Midweek podcast: Fall fiscal update2018/11/22
    This week on The House midweek podcast, host Chris Hall dives into the government's fall fiscal update with CBC parliamentary bureau chief Rob Russo and Power & Politics host Vassy Kapelos.
  32. Threat Assessments at the Halifax International Security Forum2018/11/17
    Host Chris Hall discusses the most pressing global defence issues with leaders including NATO deputy secretary-general Rose Gottemoeller, Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Jonathan Vance, and NATO military committee chairman Stuart Peach.
  33. Calgary Olympics: failure to launch?2018/11/14
    We hear from two Calgary city councillors with differing opinions on the city's failed bid, and an Olympics expert weighs in on whether the golden allure of the games is too tarnished for taxpayers. Plus, U.S. congresswoman-elect Deb Haaland breaks down barriers as the first Indigenous woman elected to Congress.
  34. Welcome to the data economy2018/11/10
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  35. How to shake up political campaigns, Macron-style2018/11/07
    Suffering from a post-midterms political hangover? We've got your cure. Get a dose of positive politics with Guillaume Liegey, the organizer behind French President Emmanuel Macron's innovative campaign strategy, who shares his insights into improving politicians' ground games. Plus: UNHCR assistant High Commissioner Volker Turk on moving beyond using migrants as political props.
  36. Midterms and a rise in populism2018/11/03
    This week on The House, we talk with Democrat Congressman Ted Deutch on the upcoming U.S. midterms and what a potential shift in the House of Representatives could mean for the House of Commons. Also, Chris Hall chats with former Prime Minister Paul Martin about the shift towards more protectionist leaders heading G20 nations.
  37. Midweek podcast: Pay equity and jurors' mental health2018/10/31
    This week on the midweek podcast, Labour Minister Patty Hajdu walks us through the government's pay equity legislation and we talk to a former juror about a new mental health bill aimed at the justice system.
  38. Courting China on trade and human rights2018/10/27
    This week on The House, we ask Ambassador John McCallum about the path forward to a trade deal with China, then talk to New Zealand's Trade Minister David Parker on reforming the WTO. We also talk about the carbon tax with Ontario Environment Minister Rod Phillips. Finally, we break down political incivility in the age of social media with a political expert.
  39. Midweek podcast: Gimmick vs. climate incentive2018/10/24
    The Liberals are sending a rebate to Canadian families (in four provinces) to offset the higher costs of a carbon tax. This week on The House midweek podcast we ask Environment Minister Catherine McKenna if the incentive payout will pay off in 2019.
  40. Tariff troubles persist2018/10/20
    This week on The House, we talk about the remaining U.S. tariffs with Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland. We also take a look at food security in Canada's North, and examine how Canadians can prepare for fake news ahead of the 2019 election.
  41. Midweek podcast: Legal pot is here2018/10/17
    This week on The House midweek podcast, we talk to Magog, Que., Mayor Vicki-May Hamm about the remaining concerns municipalities have now that cannabis is legal. We also ask MP John McKay about the visit of Kentucky businesses to Canada and their message on trade.
  42. The House: The influences of trade and Trump on votes in Kentucky2018/10/13
    This week, The House is in Kentucky for a special edition episode focusing on Canada-U.S. trade and a key Republican-Democrat showdown in a swing district. We talk to Ambassador Kelly Craft, Governor Matt Bevin, former Congressman Ben Chandler, as well as Kentucky businesses with Canadian connections and analysts about what trade and Trump mean for Canada's continued relationship with Kentucky.
  43. Midweek podcast: The House talks trade in Kentucky2018/10/10
    This week, The House is in Kentucky to talk to key players about the Canada-U.S. relationship and how a Congressional race in the state could be a catalyst to flip the House of Representatives from Republican red to Democratic blue.
  44. The House: Ottawa's carbon tax loses another ally2018/10/06
    This week on the House, we talk to Manitoba's premier Brian Pallister on why he's now prepared to let Ottawa slap a tax on his province. Chris Hall sits down with the U.K.'s High Commissioner to Canada to talk Brexit and we take a look at pot legalization as the date draws closer.
  45. Midweek podcast: Setting the table for the Trans Mountain expansion2018/10/03
    This week on The House midweek podcast, after Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi announced the next steps the government is taking to consult with First Nations on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, host Chris Hall gets reaction from Chief Bob Chamberlin, the vice-president of the UBCIC. Plus, Québec Solidaire's Vincent Marissal tells about his historic win in the provincial election.
  46. Disses, Deadlines, Diplomacy, and Donald2018/09/29
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  47. Midweek podcast: 'Green Wave' and going without Greyhound2018/09/26
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  48. Will Canada answer the UN's call?2018/09/22
    This week on The House, Canada's ambassador to the UN Marc-Andre Blanchard discusses Trudeau's priorities on the world stage as he heads to New York for the 73rd United Nations General Assembly. Plus: Fisheries Minister Jonathan Wilkinson on the government's opening response to the Trans Mountain ruling, and labour leader Hassan Yussuff on NAFTA.
  49. NAFTA pressure ramps up and does floor crossing pay off?2018/09/19
    This week on the midweek podcast, host Chris Hall digs into the latest on NAFTA talks with Laura Dawson as prominent U.S. politicians vent about Canada's negotiating tactics. Then, University of Montreal PhD student Semra Sevi walks us through her analysis of the risks of political floor crossing - does the gamble work?
  50. Feeling the Bern: Maxime Bernier unveils new party2018/09/15
    The rogue former Conservative MP visits The House to unveil his new political party - the People's Party of Canada. Then, Chris looks ahead to the fall sitting of Parliament as MPs make their way back to Ottawa after a not-so-sleepy summer, and mayors weigh in on the controversial spat heating up between Ontario's Doug Ford and Toronto city council.
The House from CBC Radio
CBC Radio's The House takes you behind the scenes in the world of Canadian politics. Parliament may take a summer recess but the business of national politics never stops; nor does The House.

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