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Merella Fernandez, Correspondent, CTV News Channel
Don Martin, Power Play Host
Michel Boyer, National Correspondent, CTV News
Patricia Lovett-Reid, Chief Financial Commentator, CTV News
NDP leadership candidate Niki Ashton discusses her campaign and if the leader of the party should have a seat in the House of Commons.
The University of Ottawa's Michael Spratt on the impaired driving bill; Ont. Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca on tougher penalties.
Kingston Ross Pasnak LLP's Allan Sawiak discusses how the proposed tax reforms will impact farmers in Canada.
Family physician Dr. Ritika Goel says the tax changes being discussed are only available to different physicians and mainly non-Canadians.
NDP leadership candidate Jagmeet Singh discusses his viral response to a heckler and his hopes for the party's future.
MP's Nathan Cullen, Karen Vecchio and Steven MacKinnon discuss the latest deficit numbers and proposed tax reforms.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the government is committed to tax reform because the system 'disproportionately benefits the wealthy.'
Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says tax reform proposed by the government is unfair and his party will fight it 'every step of the way.'
The Strategy Sessions panel debates government tax reform plans and how far Andrew Scheer should take Conservative criticism of the issue.
NDP leader Tom Mulcair says tax reform proposed by the government is flawed and broke a promise the prime minister made in the election.
Government House Leader Bardish Chagger says the government is listening to concerns on tax reform and is open to 'constructive feedback.'
The Strategy Session panel discusses the NDP caucus meeting, the upcoming leadership race and the return of Parliament for the fall.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and New Brunswick Finance Minister Cathy Rogers discuss the upcoming legalization of marijuana.
Fmr. Ambassador to North and South Korea Marius Grinius says United Nation sanctions on North Korea have proven to be ineffective.
Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien on the RCMP use of 'Stingrays' and the instances where they were found to have violated the Charter.
Don Martin says the Liberals may have done the better electoral math in taking on tax reform for incorporated Canadians.
Transat A.T. Inc.'s George Petsikas and Air Passenger Rights' Gabor Lukacs discuss measures to protect the rights of air passengers.
The Shepherds of Good Hope's Dierdre Freiheit says there have been a steady increase of overdoses all summer long.
The Strategy Session panel discusses the implications of Premier Wynne testifying at a bribery trial.
University of Ottawa's Marina Pavlovic says the a point has been reached where airlines can no longer regulate itself.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.