CPAC Schedule

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November 22

12:30

Public Record

Governor General Julie Payette invests 44 Canadians into the Order of Canada at a ceremony at Rideau Hall. (November 17, 2017)
13:30

Perspective with Alison Smith

This week, on Perspective with Alison Smith: Children as weapons of war and the man working to end it. Alison speaks with Lt.-Gen. Roméo Dallaire and Shelly Whitman from the Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative about the use of child soldiers in conflict zones and also about the new Canadian strategy to prevent the practice. We hear from musician and former child soldier Emmanuel Jal about the trauma he experienced as a child combatant in South Sudan. Jo Becker, advocacy director of the children's rights division at Human Rights Watch, talks about what legislative measures can be used to eliminate the use of child soldiers on the battlefield.
14:00

Question Period

Witness all the action in the House of Commons when Canada’s elected officials meet daily to debate the issues. The Government and Opposition exchange questions and answers on how the country is being run and what issues are pressing the political agenda.
15:00

House of Commons Proceedings

Proceedings from the House of Commons: Tune in for continuous LIVE access to Parliament's Lower House as MPs discuss and debate legislation and issues of national importance.
19:00

Scrums

Scrums offers Canadians an exclusive look at how Canadian federal politicians react to the pressing questions of journalists in the heat of the moment. Straight from the historic halls of Parliament, CPAC brings you what your elected officials are saying. Don’t miss a minute of beyond-the-sound bite journalism at its best.
19:30

Revue Politique

Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (Politics)
20:00

PrimeTime Politics

Labour Minister Patty Hajdu discusses the government’s plan for a national housing strategy. Peter Van Dusen speaks with MPs John Brassard (Conservative), Don Daveis (NDP), and Greg Fergus (Liberal). We also hear from Jenny Gerbasi, president of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and former parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page (Institute for Fiscal Studies and Democracy, University of Ottawa). Martin Stringer meets several of the young people involved in the unveiling of a draft Canadian Children’s Charter. Dan Kelly, president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, outlines the latest efforts against the government’s proposed tax changes. Senator Percy Downe discusses his new bill on tax avoidance and evasion.
22:30

Revue Politique

Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (Politics)
23:00

Question Period

Witness all the action in the House of Commons when Canada’s elected officials meet daily to debate the issues. The Government and Opposition exchange questions and answers on how the country is being run and what issues are pressing the political agenda.

November 23

00:00

Scrums

Scrums offers Canadians an exclusive look at how Canadian federal politicians react to the pressing questions of journalists in the heat of the moment. Straight from the historic halls of Parliament, CPAC brings you what your elected officials are saying. Don’t miss a minute of beyond-the-sound bite journalism at its best.
00:30

PrimeTime Politics

Labour Minister Patty Hajdu discusses the government’s plan for a national housing strategy. Peter Van Dusen speaks with MPs John Brassard (Conservative), Don Daveis (NDP), and Greg Fergus (Liberal). We also hear from Jenny Gerbasi, president of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and former parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page (Institute for Fiscal Studies and Democracy, University of Ottawa). Martin Stringer meets several of the young people involved in the unveiling of a draft Canadian Children’s Charter. Dan Kelly, president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, outlines the latest efforts against the government’s proposed tax changes. Senator Percy Downe discusses his new bill on tax avoidance and evasion.
03:00

Revue Politique

Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (Politics)
03:30

Podium

Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly outlines the government's vision for Canada's creative industries in a speech to the Economic Club of Canada in Ottawa. (September 28, 2017)
04:15

Public Record

Greg Ip of the Wall Street Journal presents the 2017 FPA Currents Lecture titled: 'How Resurgent Nationalism is Reshaping Economics and the World'.
05:30

PrimeTime Politics

Labour Minister Patty Hajdu discusses the government’s plan for a national housing strategy. Peter Van Dusen speaks with MPs John Brassard (Conservative), Don Daveis (NDP), and Greg Fergus (Liberal). We also hear from Jenny Gerbasi, president of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and former parliamentary budget officer Kevin Page (Institute for Fiscal Studies and Democracy, University of Ottawa). Martin Stringer meets several of the young people involved in the unveiling of a draft Canadian Children’s Charter. Dan Kelly, president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, outlines the latest efforts against the government’s proposed tax changes. Senator Percy Downe discusses his new bill on tax avoidance and evasion.
08:00

In Committee from the Senate of Canada

The committee continues their study on issues and concerns pertaining to cyber security, cyber fraud, and cyber threats to Canada’s financial and commercial sector. Appearing before the committee are the Canadian Bankers Association’s Andrew Ross, Sandy Stephens, and Darren Hannah.
09:15

In Committee from the Senate of Canada

The committee proceeds to study a number of administrative matters.
10:00

House of Commons Proceedings

Proceedings from the House of Commons: Tune in for continuous LIVE access to Parliament's Lower House as MPs discuss and debate legislation and issues of national importance.
14:00

Question Period

Witness all the action in the House of Commons when Canada’s elected officials meet daily to debate the issues. The Government and Opposition exchange questions and answers on how the country is being run and what issues are pressing the political agenda.
15:00

House of Commons Proceedings

Proceedings from the House of Commons: Tune in for continuous LIVE access to Parliament's Lower House as MPs discuss and debate legislation and issues of national importance.