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June 24
10:00Supreme Court Hearingsmore
Case # 36712 Pierre-Olivier Laliberté v. Her Majesty the Queen (April 29, 2016) At issue is whether the court of appeal erred in law in finding that it was open to trial judge to instruct jury on possibility of false alibi.
11:00Headline Politicsmore
Watch CPAC’s signature long-form coverage of the day’s pressing political events as they unfold.
11:30Supreme Court Hearingsmore
Case # 36704 John Thomas Shaoulle v. Her Majesty the Queen (April 29, 2016) At issue is whether weight of circumstantial evidence was sufficient to convict in this case.
12:00Supreme Court Hearingsmore
Case # 36613 John Reginald Alcantara v. Her Majesty the Queen (March 22, 2016) At issue is whether the appeal court erred in conflating the appellants’ activities with drug trafficking.
12:45Public Recordmore
Paul Chartrand, a member of the Indigenous Peoples’ Counsel delivers the annual Katherine A.H. Graham Lecture on Aboriginal Policy. His lecture is titled “Aboriginal-Canada Relations: From RCAP to 2016” ( June 8, 2016 )
14:00Public Recordmore
Meet the New Faces of Canadian Innovation Recipients of the Governor General’s Innovation Awards share their story of success and provide insights about the future of innovation in Canada. ( May 20, 2016 )
15:30Podiummore
As part of their continuing J-Talks series, The Canadian Journalism Foundation presents award-winning journalist Amy Goodman (host and executive producer of Democracy Now!) in conversation with Globe and Mail Editor-in-Chief David Walmsley. (May 19, 2016)
17:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
The committee hears from two international witnesses as part of its study on dementia. David Berry (policy officer for the Scottish Government's dementia policy unit) and Dr. Ronald C. Petersen (chair of the Advisory Council on Research, Care and Services for the US National Plan to Address Alzheimer’s Disease) outline their respective countries' strategies in addressing dementia. (June 2, 2016)
19:00Podiummore
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall addresses the Empire Club of Canada in support of the proposed Energy East pipeline and the economic benefits the project would have for Canada. (June 14, 2016)
19:30Tête à Têtemore
Global projections show that 66 million people worldwide will have one form or another of Dementia by 2030. For years, Dr. Andréa LeBlanc has been studying the causes of Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of Dementia. Pierre Donais interviewed this scientist whose research has garnered international recognition.
20:00PrimeTime Politics Weekendmore
Martin Stringer analyzes the Brexit referendum result with Glen Hodgson (Conference Board of Canada), former Canadian high commissioner Mel Cappe, and Achim Hurreltmann (Carleton University). Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reacts to the British vote with a brief statement in Quebec City. We also have speeches from British Prime Minister David Cameron, Conservative MP and former London mayor Boris Johnson, UKIP Leader Nigel Farage, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney, and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
21:00Public Recordmore
The 2015 Michener Award for meritorious public service journalism and the 2016 Michener-Deacon Fellowship for journalism education and investigative reporting were presented at a ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa. Société Radio-Canada’s Enquête won the 2015 Michener Award for Abus de la SQ: les femmes brisent le silence (June 17, 2016)
22:15Public Recordmore
Toronto Mayor John Tory and Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi address the Canadian Club of Toronto as part of the Canada 150 speaker series. The mayors speak about their own cities and discuss the role that all of Canada's cities can play as key drivers of future Canadian prosperity. (June 16, 2016)
23:00Tête à Têtemore
Global projections show that 66 million people worldwide will have one form or another of Dementia by 2030. For years, Dr. Andréa LeBlanc has been studying the causes of Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of Dementia. Pierre Donais interviewed this scientist whose research has garnered international recognition.
23:30PrimeTime Politics Weekendmore
Martin Stringer analyzes the Brexit referendum result with Glen Hodgson (Conference Board of Canada), former Canadian high commissioner Mel Cappe, and Achim Hurreltmann (Carleton University). Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reacts to the British vote with a brief statement in Quebec City. We also have speeches from British Prime Minister David Cameron, Conservative MP and former London mayor Boris Johnson, UKIP Leader Nigel Farage, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney, and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
June 25
00:30In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
The committee continues with its study of issues related to the defence policy review presently being undertaken by the government. Senators hear from Carleton University professor Elinor Sloan (as an individual), Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute vice-president Colin Robertson, and Sweden's Ambassador to Canada Per Sjögren. (June 20, 2016)
02:45Public Recordmore
A panel discussion is held in Montreal on the challenges facing the European Union featuring former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta and Pierre Moscovici (EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs). Former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien delivers closing remarks. (June 14, 2016)
03:45Public Recordmore
IVote-jeVote hosts symposium at the University of Ottawa on Electoral Reform in Canada. A political panel featuring sitting MPs Mark Holland (Liberal Party of Canada), Scott Reid (Conservative Party of Canada), Nathan Cullen (New Democratic Party) and Elizabeth May (Green Party) examine issues surrounding political reform. (April 14,2016)
05:00Public Recordmore
The Institute on Governance and the Centre for Public Impact hold the 2nd Annual Digital Governance Forum on the topic of "Democratic Governance in a Networked Age.” The second panel of the day "The Evolving Role of the Professional and Non-partisan Public Service" features Amanda Clarke (School of Public Policy & Administration, Carleton University), Jocelyne Bourgon (President, Public Governance International), Tom Steinberg (Tech & Social Impact Consultant and Writer) and Margaret Biggs (School of Policy Studies, Queens University). (May 12, 2016)
06:15Public Recordmore
The Institute on Governance and the Centre for Public Impact hold the 2nd Annual Digital Governance Forum on the topic of "Democratic Governance in a Networked Age.” The first panel of the day, "New Approaches to Governance: Government as a Platform" features Mike Bracken (Chief Digital Officer, The Co-operative Group, UK; Former Chief Data Officer, UK Government), Anthony Williams (Co-founder & President, Centre for Entrepreneurship and Economic Performance), David Eaves (Fellow and Adjunct Lecturer, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University) (May 13, 2016)
07:15Public Recordmore
In this event organized by the Economic Club of Canada, participants discuss the challenges facing northern communities, finding practical solutions, and the potential for growth in Canada's North. Panellists include Northwest Territories premier Bob McLeod, Nunavut deputy premier Monica Ell-Kanayuk, president and CEO of First Air, Brock Friesen, Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami president Natan Obed and Sara Wiebe, director general of flight policy for Transport Canada. (June 20, 2016)
08:15Public Recordmore
Toronto Mayor John Tory and Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi address the Canadian Club of Toronto as part of the Canada 150 speaker series. The mayors speak about their own cities and discuss the role that all of Canada's cities can play as key drivers of future Canadian prosperity. (June 16, 2016)
09:00Public Recordmore
The 2016 Canadian Telecom Summit in held in Toronto. A conversation is held between Ajit Pai (Commissioner, U.S.Federal Communications Commission) and Raj Shoan (Commissioner CRTC) and moderator by Christine Dobby (Telecom Reporter, Report on Business, The Globe and Mail) (June 6, 2016)
10:00Public Recordmore
The 2015 Michener Award for meritorious public service journalism and the 2016 Michener-Deacon Fellowship for journalism education and investigative reporting were presented at a ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa. Société Radio-Canada’s Enquête won the 2015 Michener Award for Abus de la SQ: les femmes brisent le silence (June 17, 2016)
11:15Public Recordmore
A panel discussion is held in Montreal on the biggest threats facing the world in 2016 featuring Alain Dieckhoff (Director, Centre de recherches internationales, Sciences Po), Lee Seymour (Centre d'études et de recherches internationales, Université de Montréal) and Valérie Amiraux (Centre d'études et de recherches internationales, Université de Montréal) (June 16, 2016)
12:30Outburstmore
This week "Outburst" comes to you from Calgary, Alberta, Toronto, Ontario, and your nation's capital. We are asking Canadians: Should there be a referendum on electoral reform? What are your concerns about an assisted dying law?What are your ideas to improve Canada’s health care system? How would you describe Canada’s image internationally? We also test your Canadian knowledge with our "Brain Teasers" segment!
13:00In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly discusses her mandate and the mid-term evaluation of the ongoing Official Languages Roadmap. (April 20, 2016)
14:00In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser presents his tenth and final annual report. He also discusses his special report to Parliament about the ongoing problem of Air Canada’s compliance with the Official Languages Act. Pascale Giguère, director and general counsel of the legal affairs branch at the commissioner's office, also responds to questions from committee members. (June 8, 2016)
15:30In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
The committee holds another meeting on the Canada Revenue Agency’s efforts to combat tax avoidance and evasion. MPS hear from the following witnesses: tax law professors Arthur Cockfield and André Lareau; Canadians for Tax Fairness representatives Dennis Howlett (executive director) and Scott Chamberlain (board member); and Joy Thomas (president and C.E.O., Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada). (June 7, 2016)
17:15In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
Assistant Auditor General Maurice Laplante discusses the office's special examination report of VIA Rail Canada's systems and practices. VIA Rail president and CEO Yves Desjardins-Siciliano, as well as chief financial officer Patricia Jasmin, respond to the report. The Office of the Auditor General of Canada carries out special examinations of Crown Corporations once every five years. (June 16, 2016)

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