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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 ...
 
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Some premiers claim the federal government’s attempts at travel restrictions are “political theatre”; The Prime Minister releases new mandate letters for cabinet ministers; And two Ontario cities pledge to contribute financially to the legal fight against Bill 21 in Quebec.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The government defends billions in new spending to respond to the pandemic; The Liberals move to virtual caucus meetings and reduce their numbers in the House of Commons because of the omicron variant; And Jagmeet Singh says the NDP would back federal intervention in a court challenge to Quebec’s Bill 21.…
 
The federal government is expected to set aside $40 billion for First Nations child welfare compensation and reform in today’s fall economic statement; The Prime Minister says there are concerns in his government about the omicron variant; And the federal government has not ruled out the possibility of intervening in the debate over Quebec’s Bill 2…
 
Erin O’Toole’s response to a Quebec teacher being removed for wearing a hijab is at odds with some of his MPs; The government responds to the auditor general report calling into question the effectiveness of some public health measures; And the Commons Speaker puts an end to the order to produce documents on two scientists fired from a high-securit…
 
The Prime Minister says an announcement about a possible diplomatic boycott of the Olympics could be made in the coming weeks; Conservatives push for a committee to examine Canada’s response to the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan; And the Liberals table legislation aimed at eliminating some mandatory minimum sentences.…
 
MPs unanimously vote in favour of a fast-tracked bill banning conversion therapy; A supply of vaccine boosters will be available if experts call for it; The opposition continues its calls for a plan to fight inflation; And the interim leader of the Green Party outlines goals for the party’s future.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Prime Minister says Canada may need to do more in response to the Omicron variant; A request from South Africa’s envoy in Ottawa that Canada support a waiver on patent protections for COVID vaccines; And the opposition continues to hammer the government on housing prices.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Chrystia Freeland says Canada may retaliate against U.S. softwood lumber duty rates; General Wayne Eyre is appointed as the permanent chief of the defence staff; And the Environment commissioner’s report says Canada “has become the worst performer of all G7 nations” on climate change.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The latest federal aid package proposes targeted support to business and workers affected by pandemic closures; Conservative MPs oppose a government proposal to return to a hybrid format in the House of Commons; And MPs hold an emergency debate on the flooding crisis in British Columbia.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Liberals put forward their vision for rebuilding Canada, as the country makes its way out of the pandemic; Will the priorities outlined in the Speech from the Throne be enough to get support from opposition parties?; And the Conservatives move forward with their challenge of the ruling that imposed the vaccine mandate in the House of Commons.…
 
Justin Trudeau and Joe Biden meet as Canada fights a proposed tax incentive that would apply to American-made electric vehicles; Approval is expected today for Pfizer’s COVID vaccine for children; And the federal government says it will help British Columbia rebuild after disastrous flooding.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Prime Minister brings Canada’s concerns about protectionist policies to the U.S. president today; Erin O’Toole warns MPs that they risk the same fate as Denise Batters if they challenge his leadership; And reports emerge that the government will drop the PCR test requirement for fully-vaccinated Canadians taking short trips abroad.…
 
Senator Denise Batters is kicked out of the Conservative Caucus; How will the government approach protectionist measures when the Prime Minister meets with the U.S. President this week?; And Moderna submits an application to Health Canada to approve its COVID-19 vaccine for children.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Erin O’Toole faces a revolt inside his party as a Conservative senator launches a petition for a leadership review; Jason Kenney faces the possibility of a leadership review earlier than expected; And Kenney accuses the Prime Minister of playing favourites when it comes to child care deals with the provinces.…
 
The Prime Minister heads to Washington this week to meet with the presidents of the U.S. and Mexico; Disappointment over the compromise on coal reached at the COP26 climate conference; And Pierre Poilievre calls on the government and the Bank of Canada to renew the inflation control target.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Melanie Joly heads to the United States ahead of a meeting between the Prime Minister and American and Mexican Presidents; Is Erin O’Toole sending a message to vaccination critics with his shadow cabinet?; And what’s next for the Green Party now that Annamie Paul has stepped down?Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Canadian flags on government buildings are being lowered again today after lying at full-mast for the first time in more than 5 months; The Liberals and the NDP hold informal talks on propping up the government; And Scott Moe speaks out against the prime minister’s commitment on capping greenhouse gas emissions.…
 
Some Conservative MPs remain unvaccinated just weeks before heading back to the House of Commons; The Defence Minister says she wants to move quickly on a recommendation to hand military sexual misconduct cases to civilian investigators; And Air Canada's CEO apologizes, after saying he doesn’t need to be able to speak or understand French.…
 
What will come from Justin Trudeau's pledges and calls for action at COP26?; A senior Liberal source says a deal will be reached that will see the government raise the flag on federal buildings by Remembrance Day; Ontario decides against mandatory vaccines for hospital workers.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Will Canada find support in its push for a global minimum carbon price? The Prime Minister says he’s confident flags will be raised by Remembrance Day; Heather Stefanson is sworn in as Manitoba's premier, as an opponent files a court challenge over the results.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Prime Minister promises Canada will impose a hard cap on emissions from the oil and gas sector; Jason Kenney announces emission reduction projects in Alberta; Staff and visitors to Senate workplaces will be faced with a mandatory vaccination rule.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Prime Minister Trudeau says Canada wanted a more ambitious plan on climate change coming out of the G20 summit; The Prime Minister will be coming home to frustration from some Liberal MPs; And could there be an arrangement between the Liberals and the NDP to keep the government from falling for the next 3 years?…
 
In a speech to Dutch parliament, the Prime Minister says disinformation is a threat to democracy; Conservative MPs maintain their stance of fighting against vaccine mandates in the House of Commons; Weeks after she announced she would step down, Green Party members are voting on Annamie Paul’s leadership.…
 
Erin O’Toole says Conservatives will abide by mandatory vaccination rules in the House of Commons but will continue to challenge them; Steven Guilbeault addresses concerns over what he might bring to the Environment portfolio; And Indigenous leaders say the Pope must deliver an apology for the Catholic Church's role in residential schools if he vis…
 
Erin O’Toole says the new cabinet poses a threat to Canada’s national unity and post-pandemic economic recovery; A new Defence Minister will face the challenge of handling misconduct issues within military leadership; And Jason Kenney says referendum results are a sign of Albertans demanding respect from the federal government.…
 
The federal government announces changes to COVID support programs; All provinces and territories get on board with a vaccination passport for international travel; And Canada will receive 2.9-million doses of the Pfizer vaccine for children, once it’s approved for 5 to 11 year-olds.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Details about a vaccine passport for international travel could be revealed today; The Prime Minister consults with opposition leaders about what they’d like to see when MPs return to the House of Commons; And Conservatives speak out against the mandatory vaccination policy announced by the House.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Ontario Premier Doug Ford refuses to apologize for comments he made about immigrants; Scott Moe says Saskatchewan could have responded faster to the fourth wave; And it appears Albertans have voted in favour of removing equalization from Canada’s constitution.Av Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
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.Av 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.Av 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.Av 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.…
 
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