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May 31
19:00House of Commonsmore
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.
00:00PrimeTime Politicsmore
Health Minister Jane Philpott and New Democrat MPs discuss today's voting on Bill C-14. Conservative MP Dan Albas calls for a Supreme Court reference on the interprovincial transport of alcohol.
00:45Question Periodmore
Parliamentary secretary Mark Holland (Democratic Institutions) faces intense questions about the government’s proposed electoral reforms and whether the government will hold a referendum. He also defends the composition of the parliamentary committee that will investigate electoral reform. Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould responds to questions about possible amendments to Bill C-14, the government’s assisted-dying legislation, amid growing concerns about its constitutionality. Finance Minister Bill Morneau is called upon to explain the current budget deficit. Transport Minister Marc Garneau responds to concerns about rail safety. (May 30, 2016)
01:45Scrumsmore
Health Minister Jane Philpott, Conservative MP Michael Cooper, and New Democrat MPS Murray Rankin and Brigitte Sansoucy speak with reporters about the assisted dying bill. Conservative Deputy Leader Denis Lebel, Conservative MP Dan Albas and Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains discuss interprovincial sales of alcohol.
02:15Public Recordmore
A conference is held in Montreal on the future of Canada's defence in the 21st century. The third panel of the day, concerning the management of global conflicts features Gaëlle Rivard Piché (DRDC), David Morin, (Univeristy of Sherbrooke), François Audet (UQAM) and Stéfanie von Hlaty (Queen’s University). (May 7, 2016)
03:45PrimeTime Politicsmore
Health Minister Jane Philpott and New Democrat MPs discuss today's voting on Bill C-14. Conservative MP Dan Albas calls for a Supreme Court reference on the interprovincial transport of alcohol.
04:45Public Recordmore
Startup Canada Day on the Hill - Building an Innovation Nation Marissa McTasney (founder and CEO of MoxieTrades), Janice McDonald (president, The Beacon Agency), Jean Paul Gladu, (president and CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business), and Janet Bannister (founder of Kijiji) discuss how Canada's innovation strategy can be more inclusive of women, youth, seniors, Aboriginals and newcomers to Canada. (May 5, 2016)
05:00Outburstmore
This week "Outburst" comes to you from Edmonton, Alberta, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Hamilton Ontario, and your nation's capital. We are asking Canadians: How would you rate the federal government’s response to the Fort McMurray fire? How concerned are you about a Zika virus threat in Canada? Should Canada’s electoral system be reformed? Are free trade agreements good or bad for Canada? We also test your Canadian knowledge with our "Brain Teasers" segment!
05:30Public 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 )
07:15PrimeTime Politicsmore
Health Minister Jane Philpott and New Democrat MPs discuss today's voting on Bill C-14. Conservative MP Dan Albas calls for a Supreme Court reference on the interprovincial transport of alcohol.
08:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Board members from the Ontario Dementia Advisory Group take part in the committee's study of dementia in Canada. The committee will submit its final report no later than January 31, 2017. Mary Beth Wighton, Phyllis Fehr, Bill Heibein, and Bea Kraayenhof testify. (May 18, 2016)
10:00House of Commonsmore
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.
14:00Question Periodmore
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.
15:00House of Commonsmore
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.
19:00Scrumsmore
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.
19:30Revue Politiquemore
Go beyond the sound bites to see highlights of the latest political and public events through interviews and analysis. Pierre Donais reviews the day in politics with a focus on Francophone issues in the broader context of national politics.
20:00PrimeTime Politicsmore
CPAC’s flagship show is the daily source for political roundup and analysis of policy issues. Get an insider’s perspective from Ottawa featuring interviews and guest panels from the Hill including all of the day’s political highlights in extended, primetime replay.
22:30Revue Politiquemore
Go beyond the sound bites to see highlights of the latest political and public events through interviews and analysis. Pierre Donais reviews the day in politics with a focus on Francophone issues in the broader context of national politics.
23:00Question Periodmore
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.
June 1
00:00Scrumsmore
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.
00:30PrimeTime Politicsmore
CPAC’s flagship show is the daily source for political roundup and analysis of policy issues. Get an insider’s perspective from Ottawa featuring interviews and guest panels from the Hill including all of the day’s political highlights in extended, primetime replay.
03:00Revue Politiquemore
Go beyond the sound bites to see highlights of the latest political and public events through interviews and analysis. Pierre Donais reviews the day in politics with a focus on Francophone issues in the broader context of national politics.
03:30Public Recordmore
A conference is held in Montreal on the future of Canada's defence in the 21st century. The final panel of the day, "North America Defence" features Julien Toureille (UQAM), Jonathan Paquin (Laval University), Brian Bow (Dalhousie University), Theo McLauchlin (University of Montreal) and Rémi Landry (University of Sherbrooke). (May 7, 2016)

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