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CTV News' Rachel Aiello takes a look back at some of the memorable moments of the 42nd Parliamentary session.
MPs Rodger Cuzner, Chris Bittle, Dan Albas and Michelle Rempel showcase their favourite wines from their region.
MPs Rob Nicholson, Rodger Cuzner and Nathan Cullen share their parting thoughts as they prepare to leave politics.
Canadian International Council's Ben Rowswell says it has been a good G20 summit for PM Trudeau so far.
POLITICO Pro Canada's Alex Panetta and Lauren Gardner discuss which Democratic candidate supports Canadian concerns.
Shantalla Inc.'s John Keogh explains how third parties could benefit from creating fraudulent food certificates for Canadian meat imports.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer discusses Canada-China tensions, Ontario Premier Doug Ford and truth in political campaigns.
The NDP may be down in the polls right now but NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh discusses his rebound strategy ahead of the 2019 federal election.
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale outlines the latest moves Canada has made in response to the Christchurch Call to Action.
Former Canadian Ambassador to China Guy Saint-Jacques weighs in on the strained relationship between Canada and China.
International Trade Diversification Minister Jim Carr says they are investigating into who is falsifying Canadian export certificates.
The Globe and Mail's Robert Fife and the Toronto Star's Tonda MacCharles discuss reports that China is blocking Canadian meat imports.
Transport Minister Marc Garneau discusses the $71-million federal funding for work toward high-frequency rail.
Months after a shocking exit, People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier stands by his words about his former party.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna discusses the $60 million from the federal carbon tax to go to green projects in schools.
Don Martin eulogizes the 42nd Parliament, where real nation-defining change and achievements were offset by a number of broken promises.
Former premiers Kathleen Wynne, Rachel Notley and Alison Redford discuss why voters don't seem to give female premiers a second mandate.
Former interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose says all parties hold blame for a bill to educate judges on sex assault dying in the Senate.
Government House Leader Bardish Chagger says extending hours to advance votes is one of the limited tools she has within her role.
Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux discusses how his office would cost outvarious political platforms as an election looms.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.