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March 26
17:30In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
The committee continues to filibuster amid the debate over possible changes to the rules of the House of Commons. Committee members have filibustered since Tuesday, as opposition MPs protest any changes to the Standing Orders without unanimous support of all parties. (March 23, 2017)
18:45Podiummore
Commander of NORAD & U.S Northern Command, General Lori Robinson discusses the military and security cooperation between Canada and the US at the Ottawa Conference on Security and Defence. (February 16, 2017)
19:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Three groups that represent RCMP members appear at the committee. The following witnesses discuss some of the workplace issues affecting members: National Police Federation co-chairs Brian Sauvé and Peter Merrifield; Mounted Police Professional Association of Canada representatives Lee Keane and Louis-Philippe Theriault; and Quebec Mounted Police Members Association vice-president Charles Mancer. (February 6, 2017)
20:30In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Public Services and Procurement Minister Judy Foote discusses the government’s commitment to official languages, the contributions of her department and the actions being taken to strengthen the Translation Bureau. The minister also comments on access to French-language education in British Columbia. Marie Lemay, deputy minister, and Manon Lapensée, director of corporate communications for Canada Lands Company Limited, also respond to questions. (February 13, 2017)
22:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Senators continue their consideration of methods to make the Senate more effective. Appearing before the committee are Carleton University’s Gary Levy and former parliamentary procedural clerk B. Thomas Hall who discuss the role of parliamentary debate and deliberation within the Westminster political system. (March 1, 2017)
23:30In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Representatives from Natural Resources Canada participate in the committee’s study on the regulatory and technical issues related to the deployment of connected and automated vehicles. Appearing before the committee Dean Heaslip, Paula Vieira, Maarc Wickham, and Aaron Hoskin. (March 8, 2017)
01:00Supreme Court Hearingsmore
Case No. 36981 Attorney General of Canada on behalf of the Republic of India v. Surjit Singh Badesha This case is about whether or not the government has the right to extradite an individual to a country that does not gurantee human rights.
03:30Supreme Court Hearingsmore
Case no 36779 – First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun v, Government of Yukon – The two parties are asking the court to determine the appropriate remedy to a quashed flawed decision made by an independent planning Commission looking at the development of the Peel watershed
06:00In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
Representatives from various governmental departments participate in the committee’s study on the supplementary estimates (C) for 2017. Appearing before the committee are Privy Council Office’s Serge Dupont and Kami Ramcharan; and Shared Services Canada’s Graham Barr and Samantha Hazen who also speak on their departmental performance reports for 2015-2016. (March 7, 2017)
07:45In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
Conservative MP Michael Cooper discusses Bill S-217, known as Wynn's Law. The legislation seeks to close a loophole in the Criminal Code by making it mandatory for prosecutors to lead evidence of an accused’s criminal history at bail hearings. Cooper is the sponsor of the bill in the House. Conservative Senator Bob Runciman introduced the bill in response to the murder of RCMP Constable David Wynn in Alberta. In January 2015, Constable Wynn was shot and killed in the line of duty by a career criminal out on bail. The extensive criminal history of Constable Wynn’s killer was not disclosed at the bail application hearing, resulting in the killer being granted bail. (March 21, 2017)
09:00Public Recordmore
Finance minister Bill Morneau unveils the government’s fiscal plan for the coming year. (March 22, 2017).
09:30PrimeTime Politics this Weekmore
Featuring in-depth analysis and interviews, this week's episode focuses on the 2017 federal budget address. Peter Van Dusen is joined by finance minister Bill Morneau, Conservative interim leader Rona Ambrose, and NDP leader Thomas Mulcair. Martin Stringer discusses the proposed budget with MPs. They talk about innovation, infrastructure, defence spending, and the environment. Mark Sutcliffe speaks with Clark Somerville (president, Federation of Canadian Municipalities), Hon. Perrin Beatty (President, Canadian Chamber of Commerce), and AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde.
10:30Perspective with Alison Smithmore
This week on Perspective with Alison Smith: Iraq – Canada’s role in a country in conflict. Alison speaks to Derek Stoffel, CBC's Middle East correspondent, who has just returned from covering the conflict in Mosul, Iraq. Brigadier-General Daniel MacIsaac, Commander of Joint Task Force-Iraq, talks to Alison from an airbase in Kuwait about the role of the Canadian Forces in the battle against ISIS in Iraq. Sally Armstrong, journalist and human rights advocate who has just returned from Iraq, speaks to Alison about ISIS' campaign to eradicate the Yazidi peoples in Iraq. Finally, Alison speaks to Zaid al-Ali, author of "The Struggle for Iraq's Future," from Tunis, about the future of Iraq once the city of Mosul has been liberated from ISIS control.
11:00British Prime Minister's Question Timemore
Prime Minister Theresa May was questioned on the schools budget, the National Health Service, Brexit, the armed forces and Lyme disease. ( March 22, 2017)
11:30Outburstmore
This week "Outburst" comes to you from Halifax, Nova Scotia, St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador, and your nation's capital. We are asking Canadians: How confident are you in the Canadian economy? How would you like to see the federal government invest your tax dollars? How could post-secondary education become more affordable? Are free trade agreements good or bad for Canada? We also test your Canadian knowledge with our "Brain Teasers" segment!
12:00Perspective with Alison Smithmore
This week on Perspective with Alison Smith: Iraq – Canada’s role in a country in conflict. Alison speaks to Derek Stoffel, CBC's Middle East correspondent, who has just returned from covering the conflict in Mosul, Iraq. Brigadier-General Daniel MacIsaac, Commander of Joint Task Force-Iraq, talks to Alison from an airbase in Kuwait about the role of the Canadian Forces in the battle against ISIS in Iraq. Sally Armstrong, journalist and human rights advocate who has just returned from Iraq, speaks to Alison about ISIS' campaign to eradicate the Yazidi peoples in Iraq. Finally, Alison speaks to Zaid al-Ali, author of "The Struggle for Iraq's Future," from Tunis, about the future of Iraq once the city of Mosul has been liberated from ISIS control.
12:30C-SPAN This Weekmore
Supreme Court Nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Gorsuch’s confirmation will be voted on by the Senate later in April. March 21 House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke to reporters following the Republican majority’s decision not to bring the health care replacement legislation to a vote. March 24 U.S. President Donald Trump spoke to reporters following the decision of the House not to vote on the reform of the Affordable Care Act.
14:00Headline Politicsmore
Candidates hoping to replace Thomas Mulcair as leader of the federal NDP hold their second of several debates. This debate held in Montreal focuses on youth issues.
15:30Outburstmore
This week "Outburst" comes to you from Halifax, Nova Scotia, St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador, and your nation's capital. We are asking Canadians: How confident are you in the Canadian economy? How would you like to see the federal government invest your tax dollars? How could post-secondary education become more affordable? Are free trade agreements good or bad for Canada? We also test your Canadian knowledge with our "Brain Teasers" segment!
16:00In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr is questioned about his department's supplementary and main estimates. Deputy Minister Walt Natynczyk and assistant deputy ministers Michel Doiron, Elizabeth Stuart and Bernard Butler also testify. (March 8, 2017)
17:30In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
Committee members continue to meet amid the debate over possible changes to the rules of the House of Commons. The committee has filibustered since March 21, as opposition MPs protest any changes to the Standing Orders without unanimous support of all parties. The government recently released a discussion paper with proposals that include eliminating Friday sittings, allowing electronic voting, changing Question Period by setting one day each week for the prime minister to answer questions, and preventing filibusters at committees. (March 24, 2017)
18:30Tête à Têtemore
Tête à tête delves into the lives of newsmakers, movers and shakers. For half an hour, guests discuss their life experiences and reveal what drives them today.
19:00PrimeTime Politics this Weekmore
Featuring in-depth analysis and interviews, this week's episode focuses on the 2017 federal budget address. Peter Van Dusen is joined by finance minister Bill Morneau, Conservative interim leader Rona Ambrose, and NDP leader Thomas Mulcair. Martin Stringer discusses the proposed budget with MPs. They talk about innovation, infrastructure, defence spending, and the environment. Mark Sutcliffe speaks with Clark Somerville (president, Federation of Canadian Municipalities), Hon. Perrin Beatty (President, Canadian Chamber of Commerce), and AFN National Chief Perry Bellegarde.
20:00Perspective with Alison Smithmore
This week on Perspective with Alison Smith: Iraq – Canada’s role in a country in conflict. Alison speaks to Derek Stoffel, CBC's Middle East correspondent, who has just returned from covering the conflict in Mosul, Iraq. Brigadier-General Daniel MacIsaac, Commander of Joint Task Force-Iraq, talks to Alison from an airbase in Kuwait about the role of the Canadian Forces in the battle against ISIS in Iraq. Sally Armstrong, journalist and human rights advocate who has just returned from Iraq, speaks to Alison about ISIS' campaign to eradicate the Yazidi peoples in Iraq. Finally, Alison speaks to Zaid al-Ali, author of "The Struggle for Iraq's Future," from Tunis, about the future of Iraq once the city of Mosul has been liberated from ISIS control.
20:30Outburstmore
This week "Outburst" comes to you from Halifax, Nova Scotia, St. John's Newfoundland and Labrador, and your nation's capital. We are asking Canadians: How confident are you in the Canadian economy? How would you like to see the federal government invest your tax dollars? How could post-secondary education become more affordable? Are free trade agreements good or bad for Canada? We also test your Canadian knowledge with our "Brain Teasers" segment!
21:00CPAC Documentariesmore
This documentary profiles various people with intellectual disabilities in their workplaces and explores the benefits—for both employer and worker—of employing them.
22:00Headline Politicsmore
Candidates hoping to replace Thomas Mulcair as leader of the federal NDP hold their second of several debates. This debate held in Montreal focuses on youth issues.
23:30Perspective with Alison Smithmore
This week on Perspective with Alison Smith: Iraq – Canada’s role in a country in conflict. Alison speaks to Derek Stoffel, CBC's Middle East correspondent, who has just returned from covering the conflict in Mosul, Iraq. Brigadier-General Daniel MacIsaac, Commander of Joint Task Force-Iraq, talks to Alison from an airbase in Kuwait about the role of the Canadian Forces in the battle against ISIS in Iraq. Sally Armstrong, journalist and human rights advocate who has just returned from Iraq, speaks to Alison about ISIS' campaign to eradicate the Yazidi peoples in Iraq. Finally, Alison speaks to Zaid al-Ali, author of "The Struggle for Iraq's Future," from Tunis, about the future of Iraq once the city of Mosul has been liberated from ISIS control.
March 27
00:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
The committee begins their review of the main estimates for 2017-2018. Appearing in the first panel are Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat’s Brian Pagan, Grace Chenette, and Marcia Santiago; and Department of Finance Canada’s Christopher Meyers, Glenn Purves, Leah Anderson, and Bradley Recker. Appearing in the second panel are Infrastructure Canada’s Darlene Boileau and Marc Fortin; and Veterans Affairs Canada’s Maureen Sinnott and Faith McIntyre. (March 7, 2017)
02:00CPAC Documentariesmore
This documentary profiles various people with intellectual disabilities in their workplaces and explores the benefits—for both employer and worker—of employing them.

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