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February 20
02:00Extraordinary Canadiansmore
Suffragist, reformer, legislator and author, Nellie McClung was a women’s rights activist who is perhaps best known for her involvement in the famous “Person’s’ Case”, whereby Canadian women were legally declared persons. Celebrated writer of creative non-fiction, Charlotte Gray has written extensively on figures in Canadian history, particularly its many great women.
02:30Podiummore
David MacNaughton, Canada's ambassador to the United States, discusses the importance of the relationship between the two countries, in a speech to the Empire Club of Canada in Toronto. (January 30, 2017)
03:00Tête à Têtemore
A constitutional lawyer, Alexandre Cloutier briefly held the post of Intergovernmental Affairs minister when the Parti Québécois formed a minority government in September 2014. He speaks with Pierre Donais about his experience as a two-time candidate for his party’s leadership.
03:30Outburstmore
This week "Outburst" comes to you from Winnipeg, Manitoba, and your nation's capital. We are asking Canadians: How do you feel about President Trump’s immigration ban? What are your thoughts on Prime Minister Trudeau’s decision to back away from electoral reform? How concerned are you about a new trade deal with the U.S.? What could Canada do to enhance its international image? We also test your Canadian knowledge with our " Brain Teasers" segment!
04:00Public Recordmore
2017 Annual Conference of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada Independent Senator Ratna Omidvar, Daniel Weinstock (McGill University), Guy Laforest (Université Laval) and Scott Gilmore (Macleans Magazine) discuss the future of Canada’s exceptional status amongst western nations. ( February 10, 2017 )
05:00Podiummore
Organized by Universities Canada, Converge 2017 brings together young leaders from across the country to explore what Canada can become in the next 50 years. In this opening session of the conference, Dominic Barton (global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, and chair of the advisory council on economic growth), speaks about preparing Canada for the coming challenges of the global economy. (February 6, 2017)
06:00In Committee From The House Of Commonsmore
Evan Siddall, president and CEO of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, clarifies the role that the CMHC plays in the housing finance sector. CMHC senior vice-presidents Steven Mennill and Michel Tremblay also testify. Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance, testifies during the second part of the meeting. She outlines the government's changes to Canada's housing rules to ensure stability and to promote affordability. Associate Deputy Finance Minister Rob Stewart also responds to questions. The committee is studying the Canadian real estate market and home ownership. (February 13, 2017)
08:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Bijan Ahmadi, president of the Iranian Canadian Congress (ICC), and policy chair Pouyan Tabasinejad discuss the ICC's concerns with the proposed Non-Nuclear Sanctions Against Iran Act. They outline why the ICC believes Bill S-219 runs contrary to the government’s stated policy of re-engagement with Iran and why it is an obstacle to Canada meeting its international obligations. (February 9, 2017)
09:15In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Senators continue their study of Bill S-213, a proposal that would allow senators to elect their own Speaker. Testifying before the committee are professors Kate Glover (Western university) and Benoît Pelletier (University of Ottawa) who are experts on constitutional law. (February 15, 2017)
11:00Podiummore
David MacNaughton, Canada's ambassador to the United States, discusses the importance of the relationship between the two countries, in a speech to the Empire Club of Canada in Toronto. (January 30, 2017)
11:30CPAC Specialmore
British MP's hold a debate in Westminster Hall to determine if U.S. President Donald Trump should be permitted to make a State visit to the United Kingdom.
13:00Outburstmore
This week "Outburst" comes to you from Winnipeg, Manitoba, and your nation's capital. We are asking Canadians: How do you feel about President Trump’s immigration ban? What are your thoughts on Prime Minister Trudeau’s decision to back away from electoral reform? How concerned are you about a new trade deal with the U.S.? What could Canada do to enhance its international image? We also test your Canadian knowledge with our " Brain Teasers" segment!
13:30Extraordinary Canadiansmore
Suffragist, reformer, legislator and author, Nellie McClung was a women’s rights activist who is perhaps best known for her involvement in the famous “Person’s’ Case”, whereby Canadian women were legally declared persons. Celebrated writer of creative non-fiction, Charlotte Gray has written extensively on figures in Canadian history, particularly its many great women.
14:00Podiummore
Organized by Universities Canada, Converge 2017 brings together young leaders from across the country to explore what Canada can become in the next 50 years. In this opening session of the conference, Dominic Barton (global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, and chair of the advisory council on economic growth), speaks about preparing Canada for the coming challenges of the global economy. (February 6, 2017)
15:00Podiummore
Organized by Universities Canada, Converge 2017 brings together young leaders from across the country to explore what Canada can become in the next 50 years. In this keynote address, Roberta Jamieson (president and CEO, Indspire), speaks about the importance of education and reconciliation. (February 6, 2017)
16:00Public Recordmore
Governor General David Johnston invests 42 Canadians into the Order of Canada at a ceremony at Rideau Hall. (February 17, 2017)
17:00PrimeTime Politicsmore
Watch CPAC’s signature long-form coverage of the day’s pressing political events as they unfold.
19:15Public Recordmore
Panellists David Herle (principal partner, the Gandalf Group), Jaime Watt (executive chairman, Navigator Ltd.), and Kathleen Monk (public affairs and campaign strategist), discuss the future of the relationship between Canada and the United States under a Trump presidency, in this event hosted by the Canadian Club of Toronto. (January 19, 2017)
20:00PrimeTime Politicsmore
Watch CPAC’s signature long-form coverage of the day’s pressing political events as they unfold.
22:30CPAC Specialmore
British MP's hold a debate in Westminster Hall to determine if U.S. President Donald Trump should be permitted to make a State visit to the United Kingdom.
February 21
00:00PrimeTime Politicsmore
Watch CPAC’s signature long-form coverage of the day’s pressing political events as they unfold.
02:15Public Recordmore
Organized by Universities Canada, Converge 2017 brings together young leaders from across the country to explore what Canada can become in the next 50 years. Participants in this session discuss the road to 2067 and how to build a future that embraces innovation, advances reconciliation with Indigenous peoples, drives prosperity, and champions inclusion. Panellists include Stewart Beck (president and CEO, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada), Jessica Bolduc (executive director, 4Rs Youth Movement), Ian Bird (president, Community Foundations of Canada), and Santa Ono (president and vice-chancellor, University of British Columbia). (February 6, 2017)
03:30Podiummore
Bob Rae (the former premier of Ontario and former interim leader of the Liberal Party of Canada) discusses the past, present and future of Canada’s exceptional status at the annual conference of the Mcgill Institute for the Study of Canada (February 10, 2017)
04:00Public Recordmore
2017 Annual Conference of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada Irene Bloemraad (University of California at Berkeley), Joseph Heath (University of Toronto) and Andy Lamey (University of California San Diego) explore the scope and limitations of the theory of Canadian exceptionalism .( February 10, 2017 )
05:30Podiummore
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney is presented with the insignia of Commander of the National Order of the Legion of Honour, the highest decoration that France can award, at a ceremony at the Embassy of France, in Ottawa. (December 6, 2016)
06:00Podiummore
Organized by Universities Canada, Converge 2017 brings together young leaders from across the country to explore what Canada can become in the next 50 years. In this opening session of the conference, Dominic Barton (global managing partner for McKinsey & Company, and chair of the advisory council on economic growth), speaks about preparing Canada for the coming challenges of the global economy. (February 6, 2017)
07:00Podiummore
Organized by Universities Canada, Converge 2017 brings together young leaders from across the country to explore what Canada can become in the next 50 years. In this keynote address, Roberta Jamieson (president and CEO, Indspire), speaks about the importance of education and reconciliation. (February 6, 2017)
08:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Senators continue their study of Bill C-6, which would amend elements of the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act that was passed by the previous Conservative government. Immigration lawyer Reis Pagtakhan, law professor Craig Forcese (University of Ottawa), Avvy Yao-Yao Go (clinic director of the Metro Toronto Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic) and immigration lawyer Julie Taub testify. (February 16, 2017)
10:00House of Commons Proceedingsmore
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.

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