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A panel of strategists shares its take on how the government is handling the situation with China and Huawei.
B.C. Premier Horgan discusses the Trans Mountain pipeline and potential political challenges facing him in the new year.
Richard Fadden, a former CSIS director, weighs in on the Huawei the controversy and the potential national security risk.
Transport Minister Marc Garneau speaks about the passenger bill of rights and the changes they've made.
Politico Pro Canada's Alex Panetta says Democrats are expected to demand stronger labour enforcement in CUSMA.
Former NDP leader Tom Mulcair says both parties are making a big effort to build a good relationship with the Quebec government.
University of Ottawa's Carissima Mathen discusses why the Supreme Court of Canada has struck down mandatory victim surcharges.
Former foreign affairs minister John Manley says China-Canada relations have degraded over the Huawei CFO's arrest.
In this edition of Throwback Thursday, Rachel Aiello takes a look back at some of the biggest political stories of 2018.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he is confident about the upcoming byelection in B.C.
Robert Daly of the Wilson Centre says he would be surprised if China detained anymore Canadians.
A panel of MPs shares its takes on the latest poll numbers and the opioid crisis.
Pollster Nik Nanos breaks down the latest poll numbers on the government's performance when it comes to job protection.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer discusses Canada's relationship with China and some of the concerns he has.
New York Times CEO Mark Thompson weighs in on Canada-U.S. relations.
A panel of MPs shares its take on the Huawei controversy and the arrest of a former Canadian diplomat.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says they are inquiring about the arrest of Michael Kovrig.
Ontario Human Rights Chief Commissioner Renu Mandhane says the extent of the disparity is disturbing.
Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci says equalization payments are not working for the province.
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs says he believes there was good discussion about provincial resistance to the federal carbon tax policy.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.