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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 ...
 
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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…
 
Chief Judy Wilson, secretary-treasurer of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs, discusses the group’s call for Carolyn Bennett to resign from cabinet after remarks directed at Jody Wilson-Raybould. And Martin Stringer reviews the parliamentary sitting with journalists Kristy Kirkup (The Globe and Mail), Tonda MacCharles (Toronto Star) and Ka…
 
More than 750 unmarked graves have been discovered at the site of a former Saskatchewan residential school. Peter Van Dusen has more coverage with Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indian Nations, along with Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller. Also: the latest analysis from political observers Anne McGrath, Tim Powers, and Su…
 
The House of Commons sitting comes to an end amid speculation of an election campaign later this year. Peter Van Dusen has the latest with MPs Adam Van Koeverden (Liberal), Eric Duncan (Conservative), and Peter Julian (NDP), plus journalists Joël-Denis Bellavance (La Presse), Susan Delacour (Toronto Star), and Althia Raj.…
 
Former Quebec premier Jean Charest, a member of the Wilson Task Force on Public Health and the U.S.-Canadian Border, discusses the government’s decision to postpone the border’s reopening for at least one more month.MPs Arif Virani (Liberal), James Cumming (Conservative) and Peter Julian (NDP) give their own take on the the U.S. border and Parliame…
 
New Brunswick MP Jenica Atwin explains her decision to leave the Green party and cross the floor to the governing Liberals. MPs Kevin Lamoureux (Liberal), Blake Richards (Conservative), and Rachel Blaney (NDP) discuss legislation, the coming end of the parliamentary sitting, and the potential of a fall election. Journalists Mia Rabson (The Canadian…
 
Green Leader Annamie Paul joins Peter Van Dusen after the departure of New Brunswick MP Jenica Atwin for the Liberal party. Liberal MP Wayne Easter, chair of the Standing Committee on Finance, talks about the Canada-U.S. border and the growing political pressure in both countries to secure a re-opening timeline. Independent Senator Peter Boehm, a f…
 
In the wake of the deadly attack against a Muslim family in London, what concrete action should political leaders take against hate crimes and Islamophobia? Peter Van Dusen welcomes Nadia Hasan (National Council of Canadian Muslims) and lawyer Nawaz Tahir (Hikma Public Affairs Council), plus MPs Iqra Khalid (Liberal), Tim Uppal (Conservative), and …
 
More than one week after the graves of 215 children were discovered in Kamloops, what happens next with residential schools and reconciliation? Peter Van Dusen welcomes Christa Big Canoe, legal director for Aboriginal Legal Services and former lead counsel for the MMIWG national inquiry. We also hear from MPs Gary Anandasangaree (Liberal), Jamie Sc…
 
MPs Jaime Battiste (Liberal), Jamie Schmale (Conservative) and Charlie Angus (NDP) discuss the prime minister's demand for the Catholic Church to take responsibility for its role in the residential schools tragedy.Former Alberta justice minister Jonathan Denis explains why he and several other Canadian lawyers have asked the International Criminal …
 
Peter Van Dusen looks at the federal plan to end systemic racism and address violence against Indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA+ individuals – the long-awaited response to the 2019 call for justice from the MMIWG National Inquiry. We hear from Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett and Lynne Groulx, CEO of the Native Women’s Assoc…
 
Peter Van Dusen questions Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller on the government’s response to the Kamloops residential school grave discovery. We also hear from Bruce Allan, a resolution health support worker with the Indian Residential Schools Survivors Society and himself a survivor.And, the latest analysis from journalists Joël-Denis Bellav…
 
Martin Stringer questions Health Minister Patty Hajdu about an expert panel's recommendation that the federal government close its hotel quarantine program. Chief Rosanne Casimir of the Tk'emlups te Secwépemc First Nation discusses the discovery of mass grave belived to contain 215 Indigenous children who died while attending a B.C. residential sch…
 
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh joins Peter Van Dusen to discuss the COVID-19 response, from long-term care to reopening plans. Raywat Deonandan, a University of Ottawa epidemiologist, analyzes the various reopening timelines across Canada. And political commentators Kiavash Najafi, Tim Powers, and Susan Smith have their say on the latest headlines.…
 
Jim Carr, cabinet’s special representative for the Prairies, joints Peter Van Dusen to discuss Manitoba’s third wave of COVID-19 and potential federal aid. According to the top bureaucrat at National Defence, the federal government failed to properly implement the 2015 Deschamps report aimed at rooting out sexual misconduct within the armed forces.…
 
Martin Stringer welcomes a trio of MPs to debate domestic travel and rapid COVID-19 testing: Greg Fergus (Liberal), Shannon Stubbs (Conservative), and Don Davies (NDP). Todd Loewen reacts after being one of two United Conservative MLAs expelled from caucus yesterday for openly criticizing the leadership of Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. We look at t…
 
MPs discuss today’s ethics commissioner reports on the WE Charity controversy, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and former finance minister Bill Morneau. Peter Van Dusen welcomes Adam Van Koeverden (Liberal), Eric Duncan (Conservative), and Charlie Angus (NDP).Kelley Lee, a Canada Research Chair in global health governance at Simon Fraser University,…
 
Dr. Isaac Bogoch, a University of Toronto infectious diseases expert, joins Peter Van Dusen as more provinces halt use of the AstraZeneca vaccine and questions continue over the mixing of different COVID-19 vaccine. We also hear from Providence Therapeutics CEO Brad Sorenson on has company’s vaccine trial and frustration with the Canadian governmen…
 
Peter Van Dusen questions Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan about the Line 5 pipeline dispute and Canada’s intervention in the legal dispute between Enbridge and the state of Michigan. We also hear from Mike Bradley, the mayor of Sarnia, Ont., about the economic impact on his border community if Line 5 shuts down. Lisa Barrett, an infectiou…
 
Health Minister Patty Hajdu joins Peter Van Dusen for questions on the federal government’s COVID-19 response, from vaccines to re-opening plans. Warren Mabee, director of the Queen’s University Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy, discusses the effect of this week’s potential closure of the Line 5 pipeline that supplies Western Canadian …
 
Members of the Commons defence committee join Martin Stringer in the wake of today’s testimony by Katie Telford, the prime minister’s chief of staff, on her handling of military misconduct allegations and what she told Justin Trudeau about the former chief of defence staff. Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault discusses the amendments to Bill C-10 –…
 
Craig Jenne, a University of Calgary immunologist, discusses COVID-19 in Alberta and the province’s new public-health restrictions. MPs Kevin Lamoureux (Liberal), Marilyn Gladu (Conservative), and Daniel Blaikie (NDP) debate the conflict over the government’s pandemic election bill. And Yves Giroux, the parliamentary budget officer, discusses his n…
 
COVID-19 confusion intensified today as the prime minister urged Canadians to receive their shot as soon as possible, despite the caution from members of the National Advisory Council on Immunization about the AstraZeneca and Janssen vaccines. Peter Van Dusen welcomes MPs Steven MacKinnon (Liberal), Eric Duncan (Conservative), and Don Davies (NDP),…
 
Alberta doctors, health officials, and political leaders are trying to protect the health care system from collapsing under the weight of North America’s highest rate of new COVID-19 infections. We hear more from Dr. Noel Gibney, co-chair of the Edmonton zone medical staff association pandemic response committee. Conservatives are calling for the p…
 
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