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Pollster Nik Nanos looks at the popularity of Canada's federal parties and who is currently the preferred prime minister.
Don Martin looks at the seismic shifts in Canadian politics as the summer break begins.
Senator Peter Harder, the government leader in the Senate, speaks about the past year, including the vote on the marijuana bill.
MPs Scott Brison, Dean Allison, Michelle Rempel and Dan Albas take a look at some of the best wines from across Canada.
Green Party Leader Elizabeth May discusses the Kinder Morgan pipeline, getting legislation through the House of Commons and her arrest.
Political Commentator Gerry Nicholls says that Premier Doug Ford's cabinet selection has shown a willingness to listen to advice.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says it is 'essential' that Canada speaks with 'one voice' during trade talks with the United States.
Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says Canada is trying to 'force a dialogue' with the U.S. by launching retaliatory tariffs.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh discusses harassment allegations in the party, U.S. President Trump and the NDP's future in Quebec.
Toronto Mayor John Tory says the city is almost at a breaking point and requires more aid from the federal government after a migrant surge.
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson says he 'politely declined' the U.S. Ambassador's invitation to a Fourth of July party because of President Trump.
Global Affairs Institute's Colin Robertson and the Canadian Chamber of Commerce's Perrin Beatty discuss Canada's reciprocal tariffs.
Don Martin and Conservative Senator Scott Tannas take a look at the new Senate building and talk about the history of the institution.
Former House of Commons Law Clerk Rob Walsh says it is unlikely that Mike Duffy's lawsuit against the Senate will be successful.
Former Ambassador to the U.S. Derek Burney and John Hopkins University's Chris Sands discuss the ongoing NAFTA negotiations.
Leilani Farha the U.N Special Rapporteur on the Right to Housing says Canada needs to focus on the right to housing for all citizens.
John White of the Canadian Automobile Dealers Association says the 'consumer is the one that will pay' for possible U.S. auto tariffs.
Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitos and Saskatchewan Finance Minister Donna Harpauer discuss Canada's response to U.S. tariffs.
Former Parliament Hill staffer Paul Wernick says he was working 60-70 hours a week and wants improved mental health support in politics.
The Strategy Session panel looks back at some of the best and the worst political moves in politics over the last session.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.