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CPAC Today in Politics starts each weekday in Canadian politics with the latest news headlines, a summary of topical opinions from columnists, editorialists and pundits and a preview of the day’s events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand what’s driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead. A broadcaster, writer and entre ...
 
PrimeTime Politics is a comprehensive round-up of the day in Canadian politics, from breaking stories to developments on longstanding issues. Key moments, feature interviews, panels, in-depth analysis and more. It’s the day in an hour. Peter is one of the most well-known political journalists in Canada, a distinctive and popular personality with close to four decades as both reporter and anchor. He joined CPAC in 2001, where he began his continuing stint as host of PrimeTime Politics, CPAC’s ...
 
One of Canada’s best political analysts, Paul Wells, sits down with leading political figures and social influencers for a conversation on the most compelling issues and news of the day. The monthly series is produced by CPAC in partnership with Maclean’s and the National Arts Centre. Maclean’s magazine senior writer Paul Wells is one of Canada’s leading political journalists. In nearly a quarter century on Parliament Hill he has covered four prime ministers and seven federal elections. His ...
 
Perspective on CPAC examines world events that matter to Canadians. With dispatches from the field and expert analysis, our guests break down complex global issues and shed light on Canada’s role on the international stage. Alison Smith is one of Canada’s best known and respected broadcast journalists. As an anchor and reporter for more than three decades, she was a senior award-winning member of the CBC News team. She has reported from every Canadian province and territory and across the gl ...
 
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The Prime Minister makes an in-person apology to the First Nation he was invited to visit on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation; The chief of the First Nation calls the meeting “bittersweet”; Pfizer asks Health Canada to approve its COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5 to 11.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Prime Minister goes to the B.C. First Nation that first invited him to visit on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation; Alberta holds a referendum on equalization; And Canadians will still require a COVID test to return to the country from the United States after the border fully reopens next month.…
 
There’s cautious optimism as the details of the reopening of the US border are worked out; Quebec says a delay in its vaccine mandate deadline for health workers is a last chance; And the government moves to make its special envoy on combating antisemitism a permanent role.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
There are reports the US border will reopen to Canadian travellers next month; Vaccine mandates could soon lead to a shortage of health-care workers in Canada; And Alberta premier Jason Kenney introduces a new app for proof of vaccination and says vaccine passports will remain in place into the new year.…
 
A B.C. First Nation responds to the Prime Minister‘s expression of regret; Will the government extend COVID-19 benefits that are set to expire this month?; And Jagmeet Singh says he’s willing to withhold votes if the Liberals table legislation he doesn’t agree with.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Prime Minister says he regrets travelling on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation; How will the government implement its new vaccination mandate for public servants and Canadian travellers?; And Chrystia Freeland offers a stark assessment of the treatment of women and sexual assault cases in the Canadian military.…
 
Erin O'Toole says he has enough support to stay on as Conservative leader after his caucus gives itself the power to remove him; Jason Kenney makes a plea to Albertans as the Thanksgiving weekend approaches; And details emerge about the government’s plans for vaccine mandates.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Conservative national caucus is expected to vote on giving themselves the power to potentially oust their leader; Military nurses are in place in Alberta, ready to help in hospitals strained by COVID; Canada moves to formally begin negotiations with the U.S. over the fate of Line 5.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Justin Trudeau apologizes to a British Columbia First Nation for skipping reconciliation events; When might a new cabinet be sworn in, and Parliament resume?; And with continuing questions about Erin O’Toole’s leadership, the Conservative caucus prepares to meet on Tuesday.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
As Canadians mark the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the prime minister goes on holidays in British Columbia; Alberta asks for help from the military, the Red Cross, and Newfoundland and Labrador; And some MPs say all of their colleagues in the House of Commons should be vaccinated.…
 
The Green Party faces big questions about the future, after Annamie Paul points to internal squabbling as her reason for stepping down; Alberta sets records for COVID patients in the ICU, while the federal government offers help for Saskatchewan; And the White House says the release of Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig was not the result of a priso…
 
A deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. brings an end to house arrest for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou, allowing her to leave Canada and go home to China. Guy Saint-Jacques, Canada's former ambassador to China, looks at what this development means for Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, two Canadians detained in China shortly after Meng's ar…
 
Pearl Eliadis, a human rights lawyer and McGill University professor, discusses a Quebec bill to ban anti-vaccine protests outside hospitals and schools Duane Bratt, a Mount Royal University professor of political science, looks at Alberta's current political situation and the future of Premier Jason Kenney. Political commentators Kate Harrison, Su…
 
Dan Kelly, president and CEO of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, joins Peter Van Dusen to discuss the implementation of vaccine "passports" for non-essential businesses. We also hear from University of Ottawa epidemiologist Raywat Deonandan. Bert Chen, a member of the Conservative Party of Canada's National Council, discusses his pu…
 
Has Erin O’Toole sufficiently clarified his position on gun control?; With less than 2 weeks to go until election day, the Liberals increase their attacks on the Conservatives; And as a major milestone passes, what impact is the detention of 2 Canadians in China having on the campaign?By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Justin Trudeau condemns anti-vaccine protesters, and attacks the Conservative leader’s position on them; Erin O'Toole highlights the Conservative plan to balance the budget over the next decade; And Jagmeet Singh says the NDP will target wealthy speculators who flip houses.By Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
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