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Former Conservative MP Peter MacKay says whoever wins the leadership convention will have to bring their policies before party membership.
President of the CPC National Council Scott Lamb says the Conservative party is expecting 50 per cent voter turnout for the leadership race.
Political analyst Alise Mills says Andrew Scheer has emerged as a winner in the leadership convention no matter the outcome.
Businessman Kevin O'Leary says he's betting on candidate Maxime Bernier to win the Conservative leadership race and the next election.
Environmental Defence's Dale Marshall says the government's new methane emission reduction targets shouldn’t take three years to implement.
The strategy session panel debates whether the private sector will support ‘superclusters’ and Ontario’s plan to reduce Hydro costs.
A panel of Conservative Party members discusses if having so many candidates has been a good thing for the leadership race.
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains says initiative to create 'superclusters' will attract talent and allow companies to grow faster.
Canadian Global Affairs Institute's David Perry says ahead of his meeting with NATO, Trump's views on the organization are more moderate.
ABC News' Rick Klein says Trump's first foreign trip has been fairly successful and Trump has reset U.S. Middle East relations.
Carleton University's Stephanie Carvin says that security agencies across the globe are struggling to identify individual terrorist threats.
U.K. High Commissioner Howard Drake says it is important for the British people to 'pull together' in solidarity after Manchester attack.
Is Canada ready for the upcoming NAFTA renegotiation? The Strategy Session panel weighs in on this and the government’s dispute with Boeing.
Procurement expert Alan Williams says the Liberal Government shouldn’t be using the military as pawns in a trade dispute.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall explains why he is opposed to a federal carbon tax and plans to fight back against it.
Author Bill Browder says despite Russian protests, having a magnitsky-style law is a chance for Canada to be a human rights leader.
Don Martin says PM Trudeau has shown commendable attention to Alberta but, actions speak louder than words.
Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose discusses the changes taking place in the Conservative Party.
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and Alberta PC Leader Jason Kenney discuss the federal carbon tax and the merger between the two parties.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says the federal government has the right to take action to protect the environment.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.