Beverly Thomson, Anchor, CTV News Channel
Todd van der Heyden, Anchor, CTV News Channel
Marcia MacMillan, Anchor, CTV News Channel
Angie Seth, Anchor and Reporter, CTV News Channel
Merella Fernandez, Anchor, CTV News Channel
Don Martin, Power Play Host
Michel Boyer, National Correspondent, CTV News
Patricia Lovett-Reid, Chief Financial Commentator, CTV News
CTVNews.ca producer Rachel Aiello looks back at the final House sitting back in 2015, and the political conversations that took place then.
Sarah Bain, Gerry Nicholls and Sally Housser discuss attack ads during Raptors games, PM's upcoming meeting with Tump and national unity.
Ivan Ross Vrana from Eve & Co. discusses how some of the government’s regulations impact the cannabis industry.
Minister Bill Blair discusses the government's rules on cannabis edibles for sale, and what types of products will be allowed.
Bill Blair says the federal government and provinces need to work closer together to fight money laundering in Canada.
Former foreign affairs minister John Manley says Canadian citizens are 'taking the heat' for the diplomatic crisis.
Former Canadian ambassador to China Guy Saint-Jacques says the diplomatic deterioration with China is an 'unprecedented situation.'
CTV News political analyst Tom Mulcair explains how Jason Kenney is an ambassador of the Conservative movement.
Elizabeth May, Lisa Raitt, Tracey Ramsey and Pam Damoff discuss pharmacare recommendations and Bill C-69 amendments.
Sen. Douglas Black says the bill has unpredictabilities and explains how that could hurt investors.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna comments on why some amendments to Bill C-69 were rejected.
Former Ont. health minister Eric Hoskins breaks down the panel's recommendations on a national pharmacare strategy.
Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould comments on a new poll that shows 90 per cent of Canadians have fallen for fake news.
MPs Steven MacKinnon, Lisa Raitt, Daniel Blaikie and Maxime Bernier weigh in on Bill C-69 and national unity threats.
Sask. Premier Scott Moe says the feds should listen to the Senate and the six premiers about Bill C-69 amendments.
Ralph Goodale discusses national security, 5G, cybersecurity and border safety during a meeting with the U.S. Homeland Security secretary.
Catherine McKenna says Canadians want action on single-use plastics, and she agrees that waste should not be shipped overseas.
The Strategy Session panel discusses whether Ontario Premier Doug Ford will affect Andrew Scheer in the federal election.
Canadian Chamber of Commerce's Perrin Beatty discusses his opposition to two bills that will have implications on the energy sector.
Former diplomat Colin Robertson discusses the importance of PM Trudeau speaking with China’s President Xi during the G20 in France.
Don Martin hosts CTV News Channel's daily marquee political program POWER PLAY from Monday to Friday at5 p.m. ET.