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September 28
19:00Scrumsmore
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair, and Parliamentary Secretary Michel Picard react to the privacy commissioner's annual report. Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland and Mulcair are asked about last night's U.S. presidential debate. Health Minister Jane Philpott and interim Bloc Québécois Leader Rhéal Fortin speak with reporters about health care accord negotiations with the provinces and territories. Finance Minister discusses the future of Canada Savings Bonds. Philpott, interim Conservative Party leader Rona Ambrose and Conservative MP Lisa Raitt comment on the idea of voting on the weekend for federal elections.
19:30Revue Politiquemore
Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (Politics)
20:00PrimeTime Politicsmore
Peter Van Dusen welcomes MPs Guy Caron (NDP), Jonathan Wilkinson (Liberal), and Shannon Stubbs (Conservative) to discuss the proposed LNG terminal in British Columbia. Daniel Therrien, the federal privacy commissioner, discusses his annual report to Parliament. With the Senate returning for the fall sitting, Martin Stringer looks at how independent senators plan to work together. Gary Walbourne, Canada’s military ombudsman, tells us why the Canadian Forces must change its discharge policies for ill or injured members. Health Minister Jane Philpott discusses health care accord negotiations with the provinces. Political commentators Lindsay Doyle, Tim Powers, and Shay Purdy debate this week’s top stories. Also: The Public Policy Forum hosts an event on the future of an independent Senate.
22:30Revue Politiquemore
Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (Politics)
23:00Question Periodmore
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responds to questions about a potential extradition treaty and a possible cyber security agreement with China, as well as the Pacific Northwest natural gas pipeline projects. He is also asked whether the Liberals will vote for or against the NDP’s proposed ‘anti-scab’ legislation. Government House Leader Bardish Chagger responds to ongoing concerns about ministers' expenses. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett is asked about justice for Indigenous residential school survivors. Minister of Public Safety Ralph Goodale answers questions about Bill C-51 (the Anti-terrorism Act). Treasury Board President Scott Brison and parliamentary secretary Sean Casey (Justice) answer questions about the Supreme Court appointment process and the inclusion of Atlantic Canada.
00:00Scrumsmore
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair, and Parliamentary Secretary Michel Picard react to the privacy commissioner's annual report. Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland and Mulcair are asked about last night's U.S. presidential debate. Health Minister Jane Philpott and interim Bloc Québécois Leader Rhéal Fortin speak with reporters about health care accord negotiations with the provinces and territories. Finance Minister discusses the future of Canada Savings Bonds. Philpott, interim Conservative Party leader Rona Ambrose and Conservative MP Lisa Raitt comment on the idea of voting on the weekend for federal elections.
00:30PrimeTime Politicsmore
Peter Van Dusen welcomes MPs Guy Caron (NDP), Jonathan Wilkinson (Liberal), and Shannon Stubbs (Conservative) to discuss the proposed LNG terminal in British Columbia. Daniel Therrien, the federal privacy commissioner, discusses his annual report to Parliament. With the Senate returning for the fall sitting, Martin Stringer looks at how independent senators plan to work together. Gary Walbourne, Canada’s military ombudsman, tells us why the Canadian Forces must change its discharge policies for ill or injured members. Health Minister Jane Philpott discusses health care accord negotiations with the provinces. Political commentators Lindsay Doyle, Tim Powers, and Shay Purdy debate this week’s top stories. Also: The Public Policy Forum hosts an event on the future of an independent Senate.
03:00Revue Politiquemore
Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (Politics)
03:30Podiummore
U.S. Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman discusses the current and future state of the relationship between the United States and Canada. (September 12, 2016)
04:15Public Recordmore
Governor General David Johnston invests 46 Canadians into the Order of Canada at a ceremony at Rideau Hall. (September 23, 2016)
05:30PrimeTime Politicsmore
Peter Van Dusen welcomes MPs Guy Caron (NDP), Jonathan Wilkinson (Liberal), and Shannon Stubbs (Conservative) to discuss the proposed LNG terminal in British Columbia. Daniel Therrien, the federal privacy commissioner, discusses his annual report to Parliament. With the Senate returning for the fall sitting, Martin Stringer looks at how independent senators plan to work together. Gary Walbourne, Canada’s military ombudsman, tells us why the Canadian Forces must change its discharge policies for ill or injured members. Health Minister Jane Philpott discusses health care accord negotiations with the provinces. Political commentators Lindsay Doyle, Tim Powers, and Shay Purdy debate this week’s top stories. Also: The Public Policy Forum hosts an event on the future of an independent Senate.
08:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
General Jonathan Vance, chief of the defence staff, provides an update of the efforts to end sexual misconduct in the Canadian Forces. The general also discusses Canada's upcoming role in a peace support operation in Africa. Lieutenant-General Christine Whitecross, commander of military personnel command, testifies as well. (September 21, 2016)
09:15In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Three national francophone organizations discuss their proposals to modernize federal funding for minority-language education and second-language instruction. Senators hear from the following witnesses: Roger Paul (managing director, Fédération nationale des conseils scolaires francophones), Jean-Luc Racine (executive director, Commission nationale des parents francophones), and Sylviane Lanthier and Suzanne Bossé (respectively president and director general, Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne du Canada). (September 26, 2016)
11:00Public Recordmore
"The Leap Manifesto: A Climate Change Debate" is held in Ottawa featuring Avi Lewis (documentary filmmaker, author, and activist) and Thomas Homer-Dixon (Chair of Global Systems at the Balsillie School of International Affairs). (September 15, 2016)
13:15Podiummore
U.S. Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman discusses the current and future state of the relationship between the United States and Canada. (September 12, 2016)
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
Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (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
Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (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.
September 29
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
Interviews and analysis of the top political stories of the day. (Politics)
03:30Podiummore
In a speech to the Canadian Club of Toronto, Guy Laurence, president and CEO of Rogers, discusses Canada's opportunity to define itself in the world today. (September 14, 2016)
04:00Podiummore
In a speech to the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal, Videotron president and CEO Manon Brouillette discusses the impact of connected objects on our lives and the economy, and shares her vision for the future of telecommunications and the 5G revolution. (September 20, 2016)
04:30Public Recordmore
Highlights from the 2016 Global Fund Replenishment Conference in Montreal, Que., on September 17. 2016.

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