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July 28
21:45Public Recordmore
iVote-jeVote - The Politics of the Environment The Jean-Luc Pepin Research Chair at the Univeristy University hosts a series on the politics and economics of environmental sustainability. The first panel includes MPs Bruce Hyer, Deputy Leader of the Green Party, NDP Environment Critic Megan Leslie, Liberal Environment Critic, John Mckay discussing ways to reconcile environmental sustainability with political interests and economic realities.
23:00Beyond Politicsmore
James Bartleman grew up in Port Carljng, Ontario, a tiny resort community nestled in the Muskokas. His mother was an aboriginal and because she married a non-native she was forced off the reserve and lost her Indian status. Bartleman's parents were poor, and prospects for a young aboriginal growing up in rural Ontario weren't good at the time, but Bartleman was fortunate that his grandfather worked as a caretaker and guide at the summer home of the American millionaire Robert Claus, the President of Pittsburgh Plate Glass (now PPG). Claus, seeing the potential of the young James Bartleman offered to pay for his post-secondary education. After graduating from the University of Western Ontario, Bartleman took a position with the Foreign Service and spent the next 35 years as a diplomat and Ambassador with postings in Bangladesh, Columbia, Cuba and Israel. In 2002, he was appointed as Ontario's Lieutenant-Governor where he championed the cause of literacy among First Nations children. Having retired from public life, Bartleman continues to work on education initiatives for First Nations children and has recently published his fourth novel. Catherine Clark spoke to James Bartleman in Ottawa.
23:30Tête à Têtemore
Tête à tête delves into the private lives of newsmakers and influential personalities. In this episode, Pierre Donais sits down with Suzanne Fortin-Duplessis
00:00CPAC Specialmore
Michelle Lavoie speaks with Flora MacDonald, former External Affairs minister.
01:00Public Recordmore
A panel discussion is held on the topic of pluralism, media and democracy featuring Michel Garneau (Cartoonist, Le Devoir), Lisa Millette (Fédération Professionnelle des journalistes du Québec) and Francine Pelletier (Freelance Journalist). (June 9, 2015)
03:00Public Recordmore
The Delegation of the European Union presents the second Common Security and Defence Symposium. In the second panel discussion Jack Harris, NDP MP, Kerry Buck, Political Director, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Major General Philippe Ponties, Operation Commander for the EU military operation and Brigadier General Dionigi Loria, Head of Logistics Directorate, European Union Military Staff discuss how can Canada and the EU can address the diverse security challenges in Africa and beyond. ( April 30, 2015 )
04:00Public Recordmore
The Delegation of the European Union presents the second Common Security and Defence Symposium. In the opening panel discussion Maciej Popowski, Deputy Secretary General, European External Action Service,Ted Opitz, Conservative MP and Marc Garneau, Liberal MP discuss the political, military and civilian approaches to the conflict in the Ukraine.( April 30, 2015 )
05:00Podiummore
2015 UMQ Annual Conference Stéphane Dion, Liberal MP for Saint-Laurent--Cartierville (Quebec) addresses the Union of Quebec Municipalities' 94th annual conference in Montreal. The theme of this year's event is "Municipalities, Energy Sources." (May 23, 2015)
05:15Public Recordmore
The Canadian Committee for World Press Freedom holds the 17th Annual World Press Freedom Day Luncheon in Ottawa. (April 30, 2015)
06:00Public Recordmore
The Assembly of First Nations' 36th Annual General Assembly is held in Montreal. The morning session focuses on first nations education (July 9, 2015)
08:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Executives from two Canadian companies are questioned about their corporate social responsibility practices in the developing countries where their clothing is made. Peter Iliopoulos, senior vice-president of public and corporate affairs at Gildan Activewear, outlines the manufacturer's social compliance program for labour practices and working conditions. Robert Chant, senior vice-president of corporate affairs and communication at Loblaw Companies, discusses the measures Loblaw has taken to improve safety conditions in the factories where their clothing products are sourced. Some of the clothes for Loblaw's Joe Fresh line were made in the garment building that collapsed in Bangladesh in 2013. Over 1,000 workers were killed and more than 2,500 others were injured. Senators then hear from Syed Sajjadur Rahman, senior fellow at the University of Ottawa and senior sssociate at the management consulting firm Universalia. He discusses topics such as how the lives of garment workers can be improved, the role that businesses can play, and the concept of collective responsibility. (June 15, 2015)
10:00Supreme Court Hearingsmore
Case # 35959 Lee Michael Wilson v. Superintendent of Motor Vehicles, et al. (May 19, 2015) Case # 35864 Richard James Goodwin, et al. v. British Columbia (Superintendent of Motor Vehicles), et al. (May 19, 2015)
13:45Public Recordmore
Canada 2020 holds an event charting a new way forward with Aboriginal people in Canada. Assembly of First Nations National Chief Perry Bellegarde delivers a keynote address followed by an in-depth interview with former Prime Minister Paul Martin and John Ivison, political columnist for the National Post. (April 29, 2015)
15:00Public Recordmore
Lawrence Martin of the Globe and Mail moderates a panel discussion with the NDP's Paul Dewar, the Liberal's Marc Garneau, the Green's Elizabeth May on each party’s foreign policy priorities going into the next election. ( June 2, 2015 )
16:30Outburstmore
This week, "Outburst" continues its summer series from Nunavut, Manitoba, and the Northwest Territories. We are asking Canadians: What is the best way to combat poverty in the north? How could the government best deal with aboriginal issues? What is the best way to engage more Canadians in federal politics? What makes your part of the country so unique? We also test your Canadian knowledge with our "Brain Teasers" segment!
19:00Beyond Politicsmore
Pam Palmater finished second in voting to Shawn Atleo in the 2012 Assembly of First Nations Leadership contest. A mother of six in a blended family, Pam herself grew up in a large family, 8 sisters and three brothers on the Eel River Bar First Nation in northern New Brunswick. Her great-grandfather Louis Jerome was one of her community's first chiefs and in her family politics as always being discussed around the kitchen table. Pam earned her BA in Native Studies at St. Thomas University and her law degree from the University of New Brunswick. At Dalhousie Law School she completed both a Masters and Doctorate in Law specializing in First Nation Law. Palmater worked for several years in the Department of Indian Affairs before beginning an academic career at Ryerson University in Toronto where she is an Associate Professor and Chair in Indigenous Governance. She was one of the spokespeople for the Idle No More Movement in 2012. Catherine Clark spoke to Pam Palmater in Ottawa.
19:30Tête à Têtemore
Tête à tête delves into the private lives of newsmakers and influential personalities. In this episode, Pierre Donais sits down with Claudette Bradshaw
23:00Beyond Politicsmore
Pam Palmater finished second in voting to Shawn Atleo in the 2012 Assembly of First Nations Leadership contest. A mother of six in a blended family, Pam herself grew up in a large family, 8 sisters and three brothers on the Eel River Bar First Nation in northern New Brunswick. Her great-grandfather Louis Jerome was one of her community's first chiefs and in her family politics as always being discussed around the kitchen table. Pam earned her BA in Native Studies at St. Thomas University and her law degree from the University of New Brunswick. At Dalhousie Law School she completed both a Masters and Doctorate in Law specializing in First Nation Law. Palmater worked for several years in the Department of Indian Affairs before beginning an academic career at Ryerson University in Toronto where she is an Associate Professor and Chair in Indigenous Governance. She was one of the spokespeople for the Idle No More Movement in 2012. Catherine Clark spoke to Pam Palmater in Ottawa.
23:30Tête à Têtemore
Tête à tête delves into the private lives of newsmakers and influential personalities. In this episode, Pierre Donais sits down with Claudette Bradshaw
July 29
01:00Public Recordmore
Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne du Canada organizes a panel discussion on Linguistic Duality and the Official Languages Act between federal MPs Bernard Trottier (Conservative MP, Etobicoke-Lakeshore), Stéphane Dion (Liberal MP, Saint-Laurent--Cartierville) and Yvon Godin (NDP MP, Acadie-Bathurst). (June 4, 2015)
03:00Public Recordmore
Cybersecurity: What Parliamentarians Need to Know and Do A panel is held to discuss issues surrounding cybersecurity in Canada. Moderated by Fen Hampson (Carleton University) with Eric Miller (Canadian Council of Chief Executives), Jane Holl Lute (President and CEO of the Council on Cybersecurity and former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Sec), Paul Milkman (Senior Vice President, Technology Risk Management and Information Security, TD Bank Group), Peter Hammerschmidt (Director General, National Cyber Security Directorate, Public Safety Canada), and John Proctor (Vice-President, Global Cyber Security, CGI). (March 9, 2015)
04:30Public Recordmore
2015 Federal Election Forecast Party strategists Kathleen Monk (New Democrat), David Herle (Liberal) and Jaime Watt (Conservative) discuss the issues and possible outcomes of the upcoming campaign. (June 17, 2015)
05:00Podiummore
Journalism and Trust in Society Globe and Mail Editor-in-Chief David Walmsley examines the role of journalists in the 21st century. (April 8, 2015)
05:45Public Recordmore
Debating Marijuana Legalization The Canadian Bar Association holds a panel on issues relating to the legalization of Marijuana. Participants on the panel are Rebecca Jesseman (Research & Policy Analyst, Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse), Eugene Oscapella (Department of Criminology, University of Ottawa), Marc Ware (McGill University Health Centre), Ian Culbert (Executive Director, Canadian Public Health Association) (February 22, 2015)
07:00Public Recordmore
The Assembly of First Nations' 36th Annual General Assembly is held in Montreal. A session is held on working towards a new fiscal relationship. (July 7, 2015)
08:00In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Senators continue their study on the medical, social, and operational impacts of mental health issues affecting serving and retired members of the Canadian Armed Forces. Daniel Dubeau (deputy commissioner, chief human resources officer), Gilles Moreau (assistant commissioner, assistant chief HR officer and director general, workforce programs & services) and Sylvie Châteauvert (director general, occupational health and safety branch) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police along with Staff Sergeant Abe Townsend (national executive) and Sergeant Brian Sauvé (staff relations representative (SRR) and chair of the national SRR Health Committee) from the RCMP Staff Relations Representative Program discuss some of the services offered to retired RCMP officers. (May 6, 2015)
09:15In Committee from the Senate of Canadamore
Senators continue their study of Bill S-210, An Act to amend the Criminal Code. The proposed legislation aims to lower the criminal interest rate. Randy Hatfield (executive director) of the Saint John Human Development Council and Kelley McKeating (FSA, FCIA) from the Canadian Institute of Actuaries discuss their support for the bill and explain some of the intricacies in how interest rates are, and will be calculated should the proposed legislation pass. (May 13, 2015)

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