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August 29
18:00Podiummore
Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin delivers a speech to the annual CBA legal conference in Calgary. (August 14, 2015)
19:00Rockburn Presentsmore
In June of 2015, film director Atom Egoyan was presented with the Governor -General's Performing Arts Award for his contribution to Canada's film culture. At 54 years of age, Egoyan isn't quite ready to fold away his director's chair yet. Egoyan was born in Cairo, Egypt to Armenian parents, both aspiring painters who came to Canada and ran a furniture store in Victoria, BC. Egoyan picked up a degree in International Relations from the University of Toronto before attempting to pursue a career in his first passion, the theatre. Miffed at not being accepted at the University of Toronto's theatre school, Egoyan decided to make a film, and it was from that experience that led him on to a remarkable career that included such films as Exotica, The Sweet Hereafter, Ararat, Chloe and The Captive. His films have received two Academy Award nominations and 25 Genie Awards. He has also directed the Canadian Opera Company's productions of Salome and The Ring. His next feature film, Remember , is scheduled for release in 2016. Ken Rockburn spoke to Atom Egoyan 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 Pierre Lavoie
20:00Leaders’ Tourmore
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is joined by former Liberal Prime Minister Paul Martin at a campaign stop in Montreal. Trudeau and Martin discuss the Liberal plan to increase spending on infrastructure with the goal of boosting the Canadian economy despite needing to run a deficit in order to do so. Trudeau also re-introduces members of his economic team and responds to questions from the media. While campaigning in Montreal, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair stops at the campaign office of candidate James Hughes (Notre-Dame-de-Grâce--Westmount) to address supporters. Mulcair also responds to questions from reporters. Conservative Party Leader Stephen Harper addresses the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at, Canada’s largest annual Islamic convention, in Mississauga, Ontario. His remarks focus on protecting religious freedom and supporting persecuted religious minorities. Trudeau later addresses supporters in the Montreal riding of Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel.
22:00CPAC Documentariesmore
Will there be a repeat of the « orange wave » phenomenon in Quebec under the leadership of Thomas Mulcair? Can the returning Bloc Québécois leader Gilles Duceppe and his party or Justin Trudeau and his Liberals make a comeback? Is the Conservative Party’s message being better received in this province? The major federal political parties are vying to win Quebec seats in a number of three-way - and even four-way – electoral battles that promise to be as tight as they are exciting. Danielle Young speaks with several experienced analysts and politicians to give us a complete picture of the federal battle for Quebec .
23:00Rockburn Presentsmore
In June of 2015, film director Atom Egoyan was presented with the Governor -General's Performing Arts Award for his contribution to Canada's film culture. At 54 years of age, Egoyan isn't quite ready to fold away his director's chair yet. Egoyan was born in Cairo, Egypt to Armenian parents, both aspiring painters who came to Canada and ran a furniture store in Victoria, BC. Egoyan picked up a degree in International Relations from the University of Toronto before attempting to pursue a career in his first passion, the theatre. Miffed at not being accepted at the University of Toronto's theatre school, Egoyan decided to make a film, and it was from that experience that led him on to a remarkable career that included such films as Exotica, The Sweet Hereafter, Ararat, Chloe and The Captive. His films have received two Academy Award nominations and 25 Genie Awards. He has also directed the Canadian Opera Company's productions of Salome and The Ring. His next feature film, Remember , is scheduled for release in 2016. Ken Rockburn spoke to Atom Egoyan 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 Pierre Lavoie
00:00Leaders’ Tourmore
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is joined by former Liberal Prime Minister Paul Martin at a campaign stop in Montreal. Trudeau and Martin discuss the Liberal plan to increase spending on infrastructure with the goal of boosting the Canadian economy despite needing to run a deficit in order to do so. Trudeau also re-introduces members of his economic team and responds to questions from the media. While campaigning in Montreal, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair stops at the campaign office of candidate James Hughes (Notre-Dame-de-Grâce--Westmount) to address supporters. Mulcair also responds to questions from reporters. Conservative Party Leader Stephen Harper addresses the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at, Canada’s largest annual Islamic convention, in Mississauga, Ontario. His remarks focus on protecting religious freedom and supporting persecuted religious minorities. Trudeau later addresses supporters in the Montreal riding of Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel.
01:45Public Recordmore
Rebooting Canada’s Communications Legislation A conference is held that examines changes to Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications legislation. In the fourth session of the conference Kirsten Embree (Partner, Dentons LLP), Geneviève Bonin (University of Ottawa), Ann Mainville-Neeson (Telus), Samuel Trosow (University of Western Ontario) and Jeanne d’Arc Umurungi (Communications Director, Canadian Media Guild) discuss issues related to the enforcement of electronic communications regulation in the 21st century. ( May 22, 2015 )
03:15Public Recordmore
Rebooting Canada’s Communications Legislation A conference is held that examines changes to Canada’s broadcasting and telecommunications legislation. In the final session of the conference David Colville, former Vice-Chair, Telecommunications, CRTC (1990 to 2005),Tim Denton, former CRTC Commissioner (2008 - 2013), John Hylton, former CRTC Commissioner (1977-1982) and John Meisel, former Chairman, CRTC (1980 to 1983) discuss what we can learn from the past and what, if anything, could the CRTC have done differently.( May 23, 2015 )
05:15Podiummore
Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe discusses the current federal election and responds to questions at Institut du Nouveau Monde's annual Summer School in Laval Quebec. (August 13, 2015)
06:00Supreme Court Hearings January 21, 2015more
Case # 35823 Yukon Francophone School Board, Education Area #23 v. Attorney General of the Yukon Territory. (January 21, 2015) The commission scolaire francophone du yukon (“CSFY”) is the only school board in the Yukon territory. The commission operates the only french-language school in Yukon, École Émilie-Tremblay in Whitehorse. The CSFY brought an action against the Yukon Government, alleging that it had breached its obligations under section 23 of the Charter. The CSFY claimed territory had violated the Yukon Languages Act. The CSFY also claimed the government reallocated funds away from french-language education to french-as-a-second-language education.
09:00Public Recordmore
INM Federal Election Panel Candidates from federal parties discuss their platforms for the current election campaign. (August 15, 2015)
10:30Vote 2015 Specialmore
The Hill Times holds an election event series, the first being on agriculture. The discussion will feature David McInnes (President & CEO, Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute), Grace Skogstad (Chair, Dept of Political Science, University of Toronto), Ron Bonnett (President, Canadian Federation of Agriculture) and Bruce Muirhead (Egg Farmers of Canada Chair in Public Policy). (August 26, 2015)
11:45Podiummore
Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin delivers a speech to the annual CBA legal conference in Calgary. (August 14, 2015)
12:30Outburstmore
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!
13:00Podiummore
Parti Québécois Leader Pierre Karl Péladeau discusses the issues of importance to his party and his vision for the future of Québec at Institut du Nouveau Monde's annual Summer School in Laval, Quebec. (August 13, 2015)
14:00Leaders’ Tourmore
As party leaders fan out across the nation on the campaign trail, CPAC helps you keep an eye on the candidates for Canada’s highest elected office. Never miss a moment with Canada’s prime ministerial hopefuls as they seek your support in the 2015 election.
14:30Vote 2015 Specialmore
Maclean's holds on election primer on the current federal campaign. John Geddes (Ottawa Bureau Chief, Maclean's) moderates a discussion on the changing way that voters are following this campaign featuring David Coletto (CEO, Abacus Data) and Leslie Church (Communications & Public Affairs, Google Canada). Paul Wells (Political Editor, Maclean's) moderates a discussion with Kathleen Monk (NDP), Lindsay Doyle (Liberal) and Michele Austin (Conservative) on campaign tactics and what may be going on inside the campaign war rooms. (August 20, 2015)
15:45Vote 2015 Specialmore
The Hill Times holds an election event series, the first being on agriculture. The discussion will feature David McInnes (President & CEO, Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute), Grace Skogstad (Chair, Dept of Political Science, University of Toronto), Ron Bonnett (President, Canadian Federation of Agriculture) and Bruce Muirhead (Egg Farmers of Canada Chair in Public Policy). (August 26, 2015)
17:00Leaders’ Tourmore
As party leaders fan out across the nation on the campaign trail, CPAC helps you keep an eye on the candidates for Canada’s highest elected office. Never miss a moment with Canada’s prime ministerial hopefuls as they seek your support in the 2015 election.
17:30The Campaignsmore
Blood and the Ballot: Democracy on Hold - The Federal Election of 1917 On December 17, 1917 Canadians voted in the most bitter and divisive election the country has ever seen. The key issue was conscription and the fight over whether young Canadian men should be ordered into battle in the First World War. It set political giants Sir Wilfrid Laurier and Sir Robert Borden against each other, in a battle over two extremely different visions of the way Canada would emerge from the bloody battlefields of the Western Front. In the no holds barred campaign, some women—but only some—were given the right to vote for the first time while other Canadians were stripped of that right. It was all about winning the election—at any cost! And the cost was nearly the country itself. Revisit the personalities, issues and platforms central to the 1917 federal election.
18:30Public Recordmore
INM - Debat: Prospérité ou Austérité? (August 14, 2015)
20:00Leaders’ Tourmore
As party leaders fan out across the nation on the campaign trail, CPAC helps you keep an eye on the candidates for Canada’s highest elected office. Never miss a moment with Canada’s prime ministerial hopefuls as they seek your support in the 2015 election.
20:30Vote 2015 Specialmore
Maclean's holds on election primer on the current federal campaign. John Geddes (Ottawa Bureau Chief, Maclean's) moderates a discussion on the changing way that voters are following this campaign featuring David Coletto (CEO, Abacus Data) and Leslie Church (Communications & Public Affairs, Google Canada). Paul Wells (Political Editor, Maclean's) moderates a discussion with Kathleen Monk (NDP), Lindsay Doyle (Liberal) and Michele Austin (Conservative) on campaign tactics and what may be going on inside the campaign war rooms. (August 20, 2015)
21:45Vote 2015 Specialmore
The Hill Times holds an election event series, the first being on agriculture. The discussion will feature David McInnes (President & CEO, Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute), Grace Skogstad (Chair, Dept of Political Science, University of Toronto), Ron Bonnett (President, Canadian Federation of Agriculture) and Bruce Muirhead (Egg Farmers of Canada Chair in Public Policy). (August 26, 2015)
23:00The Campaignsmore
The Great Free Trade Debate - The Federal Election of 1988 The Great Free Trade election of 1988 is remembered as one of the most dramatic and exciting campaigns this country has ever seen. It was an election fought over a single issue- the Canada –U.S. free trade agreement. Supporters viewed it as the golden road to prosperity. Opponents viewed it as a path to economic ruin and a sell out of Canadian sovereignty. Opinion may have been bitterly divided but almost everyone agreed on one thing- it was one of the most significant campaigns in the nation’s history. Revisit the personalities, issues and platforms central to the 1988 federal election.
August 30
00:00Leaders’ Tourmore
As party leaders fan out across the nation on the campaign trail, CPAC helps you keep an eye on the candidates for Canada’s highest elected office. Never miss a moment with Canada’s prime ministerial hopefuls as they seek your support in the 2015 election.
00:30Outburstmore
This week, our summer edition of "Outburst" comes to you from Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick. We are asking people in that region: What qualities do you look for in a political leader? What is your take on the economy in eastern Canada? What is your take on Canada’s relationship with the U.S.? What makes your part of the country so unique? Plus we test your Canadian knowlwdge with our "Brain Teasers" segment!
01:00Supreme Court Hearings January 23, 2015more
Case # 35625 Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse, et al. v. Bombardier Inc., et al. (January 23, 2015) The appellant filed a human-rights complaint against bombardier on behalf of Javed Latif, a Canadian Citizen since 2001. Mr. Latif was offered a job as pilot of a challenger 604 aircraft in 2004. Mr. Latif applied to bombardier to take the necessary training under the american licence. In April 2004, Mr. Latif had a reserved spot in dallas for the necessary training. The company received a notification of denial from the Department of Justice on the ground that Mr. Latif was a threat to aviation safety. The denial was maintained until August 2008. During this time mr. latif had to change jobs on several occasions and was even unemployed for some time.

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