CTV News Special Report
Beverly Thomson, Anchor, CTV News Channel
Todd van der Heyden, Anchor, CTV News Channel
Scott Laurie, Anchor, CTV News Channel/Reporter, CTV National News
Marcia MacMillan, Anchor, CTV News Channel
Merella Fernandez, Correspondent, CTV News Channel
Don Martin, Power Play Host
Patricia Lovett-Reid, Chief Financial Commentator, CTV News
Don Martin discusses Kevin O'Leary entering the crowded Conservative leadership race and his place in the age of celebrity politics.
Nishnawbe Aski First Nation Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and NDP MP Charlie Angus discuss the government's response to youth suicides.
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson talks about how he hopes the federal government will allocate infrastructure dollars for big cities in the budget.
Warren Everson of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce speaks about how the economic uncertainty of the Trump administration will impact Canada.
A panel of strategists discusses Kevin O'Leary's Tory leadership bid, his policies, and the potential for an 'anti-O'Leary' candidate.
Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary speaks about his chances in the leadership race and the performance of PM Justin Trudeau.
Luc Lavoie of Communications Luc Lavoie evaluates the Conservative leadership candidates' French skills, and the substance of the debate.
The U.K. High Commissioner says Brexit was never a vote to retreat from the world, and reassures the interest in CETA.
The ambassadors of Ukraine and Latvia weigh in on Trump's relationship with Russia.
Canada's Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains says Canada is 'well-positioned' in Davos because of the strengthening middle class.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall on why his province signed onto the health accord, saying Canada needs more public system innovation.
Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen speaks about balancing Canada's generosity with maintaining the integrity of its immigration system.
A panel of MPs discusses the investigation into Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's helicopter ride to the Aga Khan's private island.
A panel of strategists speaks about the political risks and rewards of PM Trudeau's cross-Canada tour and how the tour has gone so far.
A panel of MPs discusses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's intentions for the Alberta oilsands, and his ride on the Aga Khan's helicopter.
Scotiabank's Brett House speaks about the growth outlook for the Canadian economy and what is expected to be in the next federal budget.
Veterans advocate Aaron Bedard speaks about whether or not the Liberals are keeping the promises they made on support for veterans.
Manning Centre President Preston Manning and former Conservative cabinet minister Joe Oliver talk about the Conservative leadership race.
Former CIA Russia program director John Sipher speaks about the Russian government's ability to collect sensitive information on people.
Actress and activist Jane Fonda and Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs Grand Chief Derek Nepinak speak about PM Trudeau's pipeline approvals.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.