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MPs Ruth Ellen Brosseau and John Brassard discuss on the communication and cooperation during the spring session in the House of Commons.
Government House Leader Bardish Chagger says the federal government remains committed to serving Canadians through meaningful debate.
Canopy Growth's Mark Zekulin says that although his company has been preparing for years, he'll take the breathing room before legalization.
Justice Parliamentary Secretary Bill Blair says the choice of date was due to the provinces asking for more time to get ready for legal pot.
Political Commentator Bernard Drainville says the Conservatives winning a byelection in Quebec could be a political trend.
MPs Steven MacKinnon, Lisa Raitt and Nathan Cullen discuss the ongoing uncertainty surrounding trade and NAFTA.
Senator Yuen Pau Woo says the debate surrounding the cannabis legalization bill is going in the right direction in the Senate.
The U.S. has announced their withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council, decrying it as a 'cesspool of political bias.'
Canada's Ecofiscal Commission's Dale Beugin discusses the financial and legal impact Ontario may face for exiting the cap-and-trade system.
Families, Children and Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos says increasing diversity comes with challenges in many cities.
Blanshay Law's Robert Blanshay says the family separation policy in the U.S. is prompting questions whether America is a safe third country.
Former NDP Leader Tom Mulcair discusses his retirement from politics and the role Canada needs to play in the world going forward.
The new House of Commons is nearing completion as the original Parliament undergoes renovations and restoration. Rachel Aiello reports.
Former Conservative Senate leader Majory Lebreton and Senator Denise Batters discuss the Senate amending the impaired driving bill.
The Strategy Session panel discusses Doug Ford's plans to scrap the carbon tax and a marathon voting session in the House of Commons.
European Union Ambassador Peteris Ustubs discusses the fallout from the G7 summit and how the world should react to U.S. President Trump.
Don Martin says to fight back against U.S. tariffs, Canada needs to take aim at U.S. President Trump's political base.
The View from the Hill panel discusses the Phoenix pay system debacle and the internal dynamics in the Conservative caucus.
Former U.S. diplomat Stephen R. Kelly and Politico's Megan Cassella discuss uncertainty over NAFTA as U.S. President Trump bashes Canada.
Justice and Health Parliamentary Secretary Bill Blair and Senator Yuen Pau Woo discuss the government's marijuana bill.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.