Green Party Leader Elizabeth May is making her pitch to struggling oil, gas and coal workers who fear what an environmental-focused government could mean for them. May unveiled her plan for the workers this week, promising jobs and stable futures for anyone in the natural resource sectors she plans toRead More →

This week on The House, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh talks about his time in the House of Commons, his plan for the environment and the SNC-Lavalin matter. We also talk about the carbon tax with Minister Catherine McKenna. Finally, MP John McKay fills us in on Russia’s activity in theRead More →

One of the many unresolved questions in the SNC-Lavalin controversy involves the future of former ministers Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott. Will they stay in the Liberal caucus, after expressing a lack of confidence in the party’s leader, Justin Trudeau? Cabinet ministers have said it’s Trudeau’s call, while Trudeau said it’s up to the two former ministers. “That’sRead More →

Canada’s new attorney general maintains “nothing inappropriate” happened between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his predecessor in the A-G’s office, despite shocking allegations that the PMO tried to pressure Jody Wilson-Raybould to help SNC-Lavalin avoid criminal prosecution through of the pending legal action against the construction company. “[The] prime minister hasRead More →

Canada’s ambassador to China says a trade pact with Canada likely won’t be reached until the global superpower makes some changes. John McCallum says most of the work he is doing in Beijing right now is focused on bridging policy gaps between Canada and China on agricultural market access, wages and genderRead More →