Friday: Today in Politics

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February 17, 2017 6amET

Bill C-18 is debated at third reading in the House of Commons.

MPs also begin considering a bill that favours privatizing the CBC by incorporating and issuing shares for the public broadcaster. Conservative MP and leadership candidate Brad Trost introduced the bill.

The human resources committee continues to study poverty reduction with a hearing in Maple Ridge, B.C.

And a note: the House of Commons will not sit this coming Monday.

-Andrew Thomson

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