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A panel of MPs share their take on the policy for returning ISIS fighters and more.
Alex Neve of Amnesty International Canada says Saudi Arabia has one of the most troubling human rights records.
Cam Battley of Aurora Cannabis Inc. speaks about legalization and says he anticipates chaos as people gear up to make their orders.
Trina Fraser, a cannabis lawyer, weighs in on what will change when weed is legalized and how the rules differ from province to province.
ABC News' Rick Klein weighs in on Trump's remarks about Khashoggi's disappearance; plus, what to make of the peacekeeping mission in Mali.
A panel of strategists shares their take on the legalization of weed, upcoming First Ministers’ Meeting and more.
Martin Vidal, the Uruguayan ambassador to Canada, shares takeaways from when Uruguay legalized cannabis in 2013.
How effective is a THC roadside test? The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police president talks about the technology.
Residential Construction Council of Ontario's Richard Lyall says Canada already has a supply problem with steel and new tariffs don't help.
The Strategy Session panel discusses Michaelle Jean's failed bid for Francophonie secretary general and Stephen Harper's book tour.
Canadian Union of Postal Workers' Mike Palecek says there won't be any big changes for Canada Post workers after cannabis legalization.
Ex-foreign affairs minister John Manley says the U.S. needs to take the lead against Saudi Arabia over a journalist's disappearance.
Don Martin says Michelle Jean has lost her luster after a positive run as Canada's governor general and is clinging to power and privilege.
uOttawa's Carissima Mathen says the SCC's ruling on the government's duty to consult with Indigenous people keeps the status quo intact.
YCreative's Rachel Colic says cannabis companies will have to branch out into lifestyle branding to strengthen the pot brand.
Border Security and Organized Crime Minister Bill Blair says he can't imagine the cannabis black market will go 'quietly into the night.'
Police Association of Ontario's Bruce Chapman says police 'will do the best they can' but need public help to catch pot-impaired drivers.
Don Martin sits down with former prime minister Jean Chretien to discuss the use of the notwithstanding clause and state of U.S. politics.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the pace of change in the province will only speed up, adding the government still has a lot of work to do.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says the reception he's received in India has been very positive and that conversations have been great.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.