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CPAC Special Conservative Leadership Debate – Quebec City
Candidates for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada take part in a French-language debate in Quebec City on January 17, 2017....
CPAC Special September 24, 1997 - Throne Speech Debate
On September 24, 1997, shortly after the opening of the 36th Parliament, Reform Party Leader Preston Manning, Prime Minister Jean...
CPAC Special November 7, 1984 - Throne Speech Debate
On November 7, 1984, shortly after the opening of the 33rd Parliament, Liberal Leader John Turner, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, and NDP...
CPAC Special November 20, 1981 - The Constitutional Accord
On November 20, 1981, Justice Minister Jean Chrétien, Progressive Conservative Leader Joe Clark, and NDP Leader Ed Broadbent take part in...
CPAC Special December 18, 1980 - Economic Emergency Debate
MPs take part in an emergency debate on the state of the Canadian economy on December 18, 1980. The participants include NDP Leader Ed...
CPAC Special October 10, 1979 - Throne Speech Debate
On October 10, 1979, at the start of the 31st Parliament, Liberal Leader Pierre Trudeau, Prime Minister Joe Clark, and NDP Leader Ed...
CPAC Special October 12, 1978 - Throne Speech Debate
On October 12, 1978, at the start of the 4th session of the 30th Parliament, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Progressive Conservative Party...
CPAC Special Toronto's First Family of Theatre
Over the last 50 years, the City of Toronto has become a world-class theatre destination, and much of that success can be attributed to the...
CPAC Special Welcome Ceremony for Malcolm Rowe
The Supreme Court of Canada hosts an official welcome ceremony for Justice Malcolm Rowe, its newest appointee, on December 2, 2016, in...
CPAC Special The Official Welcome Ceremony for Justice Rowe
The official welcome ceremony for Justice Rowe took place in the courtroom of the Supreme Court of Canada on December 2, 2016.
CPAC Special Yukon Premier Sandy Silver Victory Speech
New Yukon Premier Sandy Silver addresses the media following his election victory. (November 7, 2016)
CPAC Special Remembrance Day 2016
Remembrance Day ceremony from the National War Memorial in Ottawa.