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In this era of knee-jerk partisanship and decision-based evidence making, the currency of actual ideas has become sadly devalued in Canadian politics. Veteran broadcaster Jo-Ann Roberts is changing all that with People, Politics and Planet, a wide-ranging audio journey through some fascinating political terrain where you’ll meet some of the country’s most thought-provoking policy innovators. Sure, they mostly lean towards Green – but, as Jo-Ann finds out, that’s where the all interesting stu ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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Martin Stringer welcomes infectious disease expert Dr. Isaac Bogoch (University of Toronto) to discuss Health Canada’s approval of the AstraZeneca vaccine. MPs Arif Virani (Liberal), Michael Cooper (Conservative), and Alastair MacGregor (NDP) debate the progress of Bill C-7. Journalists Tonda MacCharles (Toronto Star) and Laura Stone (The Globe and…
 
Power& Politics for Friday, February 26th with Health Canada Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Supriya Sharma, Oxford University Professor Adrian Hill, Parliamentary Secretary Rob Oliphant, Conservative Foreign Affairs Critic Michael Chong, NDP Foreign Affairs Critic Jack Harris, Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller, Former UN Special Envoy for HIV/AID…
 
In this episode, Sandy and Nora explain why many on the left have been critical of the recent decision to place several new groups on Canada’s terrorist list, including the Proud Boys. The episode starts with a round-up of news we are watching this week. Episode transcript The post Episode 137 – Canada’s terrorist list is a mistake appeared first o…
 
The U.S. House of Representatives is on the verge of passing a $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill, even after Democrats suffered a setback on one of their key priorities, including a federal increase in the minimum wage. NewsHour's Daniel Bush joins Judy Woodruff with the latest on where things stand and what comes next. PBS NewsHour is supported by -…
 
In our news wrap Friday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is nearing approval of a third COVID vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson for emergency use as COVID cases begin rising. Also, more than 300 girls are missing in Nigeria after the latest school abduction, and NASA renamed its Washington headquarters in honor of the agency's first Black fem…
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including passing a COVID relief bill without a minimum wage increase, the prospects for President Biden's Cabinet nominations, and the Conservative Political Action Conference. PBS NewsHour is supported by - htt…
 
Unanswered questions remain over the sudden resignation of the Chief of the Defence Staff; A call from some Conservatives to suspend the hotel quarantine policy; And a virtual visit, between the Prime Minister, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the U.S. Secretary of State.由Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Peter Van Dusen questions Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan on the investigation into Admiral Art McDonald, who has temporarily stepped down as chief of defence staff while unspecified past allegations are probed. We also have reaction from Conservative MP James Bezan and NDP MP Randall Garrison. Auditor General Karen Hogan discusses the major finding…
 
More than 17 million Americans could see their income rise if the $15 minimum wage now in the COVID relief bill passes Congress. We hear from some of those who would be impacted by a minimum wage increase, and Stephanie Sy speaks with two economists with different perspectives on the topic. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshou…
 
The chief of the defense staff steps aside amid new allegations; Record numbers of vaccine doses arrive in Canada this week as provinces begin rolling out their vaccination strategies; Jagmeet Singh says as long as there’s a pandemic, the NDP will not trigger an election.由Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Power & Politics for Thursday, February 25th with Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, Lawyer & Retired Colonel Michel Drapeau, It'sJust700 Founder & Retired Sailor First Class Marie-Claude Gagnon, Maj. Donna Riguidel, Former Vice Chief of Defence Staff Ret. Lt.-Gen. Guy Thibault, and the Power Panel.
 
MPs Rachel Bendayan (Liberal), Michael Chong (Conservative), and Jack Harris (NDP) join Peter Van Dusen to discuss yesterday’s meeting between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Joe Biden. Dr. Alan Bernstein, a member of the Federal COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force, talks about the rollout across Canada and the threat posed by COVID-19 var…
 
It's a busy week on Capitol Hill, with a full slate of confirmation hearings on President Biden's nominees and a possible House vote on the COVID economic-relief plan. Congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
With the Senate evenly split 50-50, moderate senators have become key to getting President Biden's COVID bill passed and his Cabinet nominees approved. Sen. Jon Tester, a Democrat from Montana, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders由PBS NewsHour
 
Members from all parties voted to recognize the genocide currently being carried out by the People’s Republic of China against Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims. While Justin Trudeau and his cabinet continue to turn a blind eye to this horrific conduct, their refusal to vote and stand up for basic human rights speaks volumes. To shed more light on t…
 
A message of unity as the Prime Minister meets for the first time with the new U.S. President; Joe Biden vows to work with Canada to secure release of the "two Michaels"; And the House of Commons considers amendments from the Senate to the medical assistance in dying bill ahead of Friday’s court deadline.…
 
Power & Politics for Wednesday, February 24th with Ontario COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force Chair Retired General Rick Hillier, former New Zealand prime minister Helen Clarke, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, Ontario Parliamentary Assistant David Piccini, Ontario NDP Deputy Leader Sara Singh, and Ontario Liberal House Leader John Fraser.…
 
The men who were in charge of security during the U.S. Capitol assault told their stories in public on Tuesday for the first time. Their testimony at a Senate hearing was a tale of bad communications, bad intelligence and blame-laying. Lisa Desjardins reports, and Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodruff to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https…
 
In our news wrap Tuesday, President Biden held the first bilateral meeting of his administration with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Biden's pick for U.N. ambassador was confirmed by the Senate, former Sen. David Perdue will not run for his old seat next year, U.N. nuclear inspectors confirmed Iran is enriching Uranium to 20% purity and Fa…
 
Last week, the Liberals introduced Bill C-22 – the Liberals’ long-awaited amendments to Canada’s criminal code. Sandy and Nora discuss the changes, how they are a mixed bag of good and bad, and how the Liberals never take seriously the concerns of Black and Indigenous communities. The post Episode 139 – the Liberals’ crime reform legislation appear…
 
Prime Minister Trudeau and U.S. President Biden prepare to unveil a plan to rebuild the relationship between the two countries; The Liberal cabinet abstains from a vote declaring a genocide in China; And a record number of COVID-19 vaccine doses is expected to arrive in Canada this week.由Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The House of Commons has unanimously agreed to call Chinese treatment of Uyghurs and other Muslims a genocide – but without the prime minister and cabinet voting for or against. Peter Van Dusen has reaction from Chinese ambassador Cong Peiwu on potential retaliation against Canada, and more from MPs Rob Oliphant, Eric Duncan, and Jack Harris. We al…
 
In our news wrap Monday, the World Health Organization head asked wealthy countries not to buy up all the COVID vaccines before poor nations get any, President Biden plans to funnel more federal pandemic aid to businesses owned by women and minorities, Virginia lawmakers voted to end capital punishment, and former President Trump lost bid to keep h…
 
It is a time of political peril for the seven Republican senators who voted to convict the dominant figure of their party. State and local Republican parties have censured -- or are thinking about censuring -- several of those senators. And Donald Trump himself is set to re-emerge for his first public appearance as former president this coming week…
 
NPR's Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Yamiche Alcindor to discuss the latest political news, including President Biden's COVID-relief package, his handling of the pandemic since taking office and former President Trump's continued impact on the Republican Party. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newsho…
 
A vote could come as early today on a motion declaring a genocide against ethnic Muslim Uighurs in China; A look ahead to tomorrow’s virtual meeting between Justin Trudeau and the U.S. President; And who knew what, and when did they know it, regarding the allegations against Jonathan Vance?由Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Power & Politics for Monday, February 22nd with Parliamentary Secretary Rob Oliphant, Conservative Foreign Affairs Critic Michael Chong, NDP Foreign Affairs Critic Jack Harris, Uighur Rights Advocacy Project executive director Mehmet Tohti, former U.S. Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman, former Canadian Ambassador to the U.S. Gary Doer, Quebec Liber…
 
Last February, former President Trump made a deal with the Taliban to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan by May 1st, 2021. After two decades of partnership with the U.S. and its NATO allies, foreign forces are preparing to go home, leaving the Afghan National Security forces to fight the Taliban alone--at a time when peace negotiations with the …
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including Republican infighting, the legacy of Rush Limbaugh and President Biden's first month in office. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
Martin Stringer welcomes Katrina Plamondon (UBC and Canadian Centre for Global Health Research) to discuss Canada's funding commitment for the international vaccine effort -- at the same time Canada is the only G7 country taking doses from the COVAX program. Dr. Lisa Barrett, an infectious disease expert at Dalhousie University, analyzes the latest…
 
The Conservatives put forward a motion to recognize China's actions against Uyghurs as genocide; The Liberals introduce a bill that would relax penalties for some drug offences; And the government evaluates Senate changes to the Medical Assistance in Dying Bill, as the court's deadline approaches.由Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Power & Politics for Friday, February 19th with Immunity Task Force Co-Chair Dr. David Naylor, Employment & Workforce Development Minister Carla Qualtrough, International Development Minister Karina Gould, Procurement Minister Anita Anand, Insitut national de santé publique du Québec epidemiologist Dr. Gaston De Serres, and the Power Panel.…
 
Families, Children and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen joins Peter Van Dusen to discuss the government’s justice reform bill, which includes an end to mandatory mandatory minimum sentences for certain drug offences that disproportionately affect Indigenous and Black offenders. We also have reaction from MPs Arif Virani (Liberal), Michael C…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, Democrats formally introduced President Biden's immigration bill offering an eight-year path to citizenship for 11 million people, protests continue across Myanmar against military coup, thousands of farmers in India staged sit-ins at railroad police stations, and the Labor Department reported new claims for unemployment …
 
South Carolina is the latest state to place tough new restrictions on abortions. It is part of a renewed focus on abortion access with a new conservative majority on the Supreme Court. Gavin Jackson, a public affairs reporter for South Carolina ETV, and Mary Ziegler, a Florida State University law professor, join John Yang to discuss. PBS NewsHour …
 
A year into the pandemic, the Liberal government is underutilizing the tools that exist to effectively manage the spread of COVID-19 such as vaccines, rapid testing, and variant testing capacity. Justin Trudeau remains far behind in getting vaccines to Canadians, and many questions remain as to how he plans to reach his own timeline of September 20…
 
Power & Politics for Thursday, February 18 with Justice Minister David Lametti, Parliamentary Secretary Rob Oliphant, Conservative Foreign Affairs Critic Michael Chong, NDP Foreign Affairs Critic Jack Harris, Liberal MP Wayne Easter, New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs, and the Power Panel
 
Public health officials are raising alarms about Ontario’s reopening plan and new variants of COVID-19. We hear from epidemiologist Raywat Deonandan and Dan Kelly (Canadian Federation of Independent Business). MPs debate Canada’s relationship with China: Rob Oliphant (Liberal), Michael Chong (Conservative), and Heather McPherson (NDP).…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, the White House COVID task force reported an average of 1.7 million Americans are being vaccinated daily as President Biden called on labor leaders to endorse his $1.9 trillion relief package. Also, the U.N. secretary general pleaded for a more equitable distribution of COVID vaccines worldwide, and NATO leaders urged th…
 
Assurances from the Prime Minister that our vaccine supply is secure, as a poll finds the majority of Canadians blame the federal government for delays; Nova Scotia’s Premier comes under fire for comments he made about China during an interview with a business group; And new federal gun legislation would give cities the power to ban handguns.…
 
Power & Politics for Wednesday, February 17th with Infectious Diseases Specialist and Ontario COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force Member Dr. Isaac Bogoch, Newmarket Mayor John Taylor, Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's former foreign policy adviser Roland Paris, Ontario Parliamentary Assistant David Piccini, Ontario NDP Depu…
 
Justice Minister David Lametti joins Peter Van Dusen to discuss the government’s new firearms legislation and planned buyback program for banned weapons. Brad Sorenson, CEO of Providence Therapeutics, talks about attempts to bring a made-in-Canada COVID-19 vaccine to market. And, analysis from journalists Joël-Denis Bellavance (La Presse), Susan De…
 
A top Democrat in the House of Representatives sued former President Trump Tuesday for allegedly inciting the Capitol insurrection, adding to his growing legal challenges. But what conduct is still being looked at and what consequences may result? WNYC's Andrea Bernstein, who has been reporting on Trump's finances as part of the "Trump Inc." projec…
 
In this episode, Sandy and Nora talk about ableism in Canada’s medical and political establishment — illustrated both through Canada’s COVID-19 death toll and through Bill C7, Medical Assistance in Dying legislation. Episode transcript. The post Episode 138 – dignity in life versus dignity in death appeared first on Sandy & Nora Talk Politics.…
 
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