Interim Conservative party leader Rona Ambrose has announced that she will be leaving politics in June to head to work for a think-tank in Washington, DC. CBC the Sunday Scrum takes a look at the political impression of Ambrose and her impact on Canadian politics.
CBC News’ Sunday Scrum review the episode in the House of Commons on 10 May 17 wherein the opposition asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau the same question 18 times and he replied in kind with the same answer each time.
Justin Trudeau faces the same question concerning how many times he has met with the Ethics Commissioner from every single opposition member during Question Period on 10 May 17.
Author and journalist Chris Turner speaks at a TEDx in Vancouver, British Columbia on how Canadian history is not boring and more importantly, not irrelevant to our future as a country. Chris Turner is one of Canada’s leading voices on sustainability, livable cities and the global cleantech boom. His most recent book, The Leap: How […]
Rex Murphy reflects on the results from the 2017 General Election in British Columbia on CBC The National. Original air date: 12 May 17.
Concorda University profession Gad Saad and transexual blogger and activists Theryn Meyer join the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs (LCJC) and provide a thoughtful and unique perspective on the movement behind bill C-16, An Act to Amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code.
University of Toronto psychology professor Jordan Peterson and Senior Legal Council Jared Brown join the Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs (LCJC) and present one of the most comprehensive and articulate arguments against the winds of change behind Bill C-16, An Act to Amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and Criminal Code.
Rex Murphy on the Liberals’ ‘side-splitting defence’ of its political fundraising tactics. Click here for the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/1.3863266. Original air date: 23 Nov 16.