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In Committee from the House of Commons

Government Operations and Estimates - February 5, 2024

MPs gather to continue their study of the ArriveCAN application. Appearing as a witness is Michel Lafleur (Canada Border Services Agency).
In Committee from the House of Commons

Natural Resources - February 8, 2024

The committee meets to continue their study of Bill C-49, an Act to Amend the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act and the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts. Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault appears and answers questions. Appearing as witnesses are officials from the Department of Natural Resources, Impact Assessment Agency of Canada, Parks Canada Agency, Fish, Food and Allied Workers Union, Oceans North and SeaBlue Canada.
PrimeTime Politics

Remembering Brian Mulroney - March 1, 2024

Friends and colleagues of Brian Mulroney remember the life and legacy of Canada's 18th prime minister, who died on Thursday at age 84. We hear from former prime ministers Joe Clark and Kim Campbell and former Mulroney cabinet minister Perrin Beatty. And journalists Joël-Denis Bellavance (La Presse), Robert Fife (The Globe and Mail) and Julie Van Dusen reflect on Mulroney's contributions to Canadian political history.
Public Record

Brian Mulroney Reflects on His Political Life

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney joins Guy Berthiaume, Canada's chief librarian and archivist, for a conversation at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa. The former prime minister speaks about his time in politics and also takes questions from audience members. (September 11, 2018)
Public Record

Order of Canada Investiture Ceremony – February 22, 2024

Governor General Mary May Simon invests 61 recipients into the Order of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall.
Public Record

Nova Scotia Finance Minister Presents the 2024 Provincial Budget

Nova Scotia Minister of Finance and Treasury Board Allan MacMaster delivers the province's 2024-2025 budget at the Nova Scotia Legislature in Halifax. (February 29, 2024)
Public Record

Prime Time 2024: The "Big Tech" Balance

Charles Morgan (McCarthy Tétrault), Paul Deegan (News Media Canada), Monika Ille (APTN) and Taleeb Noormohamed (parliamentary secretary to the minister of Canadian Heritage) join Erin Finlay (Stohn, Hay, Cafazzo, Dembroski, Heim, Finlay) at the Canadian Media Producers Association’s 2024 Prime Time conference in Ottawa to discuss Canada’s interests with giant technology companies. (February 1, 2024)
Public Record

Former NDP Leader Tom Mulcair on Protecting Linguistic Minorities

Former NDP leader Tom Mulcair participates in Concordia University's Jurist-in-Residence conference series and delivers a speech on protecting linguistic minorities in Quebec. Following his speech, he takes questions from audience members. (January 24, 2024)
Public Record

Communication Issues: Communication and Crises

Communication is the art of making connections and building bridges. Whether it's to reach audiences, convince them, mobilize them, or get them to take action, we must be able to engage in dialogue, debate and inform. In Communication Issues, Amandine Hamon (PhD candidate in communication, University of Montreal) discusses economic journalism and risk management with Marine Thomas (editor-in-chief of Les Affaires) and André Bouthillier (executive vice president of the NATIONAL Public Relations Cabinet). This event is organized by the Université de Montréal's Department of Communication. (February 2, 2024)
Supreme Court Hearings

AG of Ontario et al. v. Red Rock First Nation et al. (Part 1 of 2)

Developing a proper meaning and interpretation of the Robinson-Huron Treaty and Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850.
Supreme Court Hearings

AG of Ontario et al. v. Red Rock First Nation et al. (Part 2 of 2)

Developing a proper meaning and interpretation of the Robinson-Huron Treaty and Robinson-Superior Treaty of 1850.
In Committee from the House of Commons

Finance - February 1, 2024

The committee meets to continue its study of a report on monetary policy from the Bank of Canada. Appearing as witnesses are Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem and Senior Deputy Governor Carolyn Rogers (Bank of Canada).
In Committee from the House of Commons

Natural Resources - January 29, 2024

MPs meet to discuss Bill C-49, an Act to amend the Canada—Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act and the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Act and to make consequential amendments to other Acts. Minister of Natural Resources Jonathan Wilkinson appears and answers questions. Appearing as witnesses are Michael Vandergrift, Erin O'Brien, Abigail Lixfeld and Annette Tobin (Department of Natural Resources).
L'Essentiel with Esther Bégin

Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney passes away - March 1, 2024

Esther Bégin talks about the career and accomplishments of Brian Mulroney, who passed away on Thursday, with former Canadian prime ministers Joe Clark and Kim Campbell. We also look back at the legacy of the former prime minister with our analysts Gilles Duceppe, Émilie Foster, Marc-André Leclerc and Marie Montpetit.
Outburst

March 2, 2024

Glen McInnis collects Canadians’ opinions on political issues. This week Outburst is asking Canadians: Has the auditor general’s criticism of the “ArriveCan” app affected your view of how the federal government handles expenses? Should Canada invest in a new official residence for the prime minister? Is the federal government naïve about foreign government activity on Canadian soil? How do you feel about the federal government’s decision to not invest in “large scale” road projects?
PrimeTime Politics

Remembering Brian Mulroney - March 1, 2024

Friends and colleagues of Brian Mulroney remember the life and legacy of Canada's 18th prime minister, who died on Thursday at age 84. We hear from former prime ministers Joe Clark and Kim Campbell and former Mulroney cabinet minister Perrin Beatty. And journalists Joël-Denis Bellavance (La Presse), Robert Fife (The Globe and Mail) and Julie Van Dusen reflect on Mulroney's contributions to Canadian political history.
C-SPAN This Week

March 3, 2024

President Joe Biden along with Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas visit the U.S. border with Mexico in Brownsville, Texas. February 29, 2024 Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell announces that he will be stepping down as the top Republican in the Senate in November, a post he’s held since 2007. February 28, 2024 Experts testify at the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations on the use of U.S. and Western technology in Russian weapons and equipment. February 27, 2024 Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin testifies at the House Armed Services Committee on his stay in the hospital earlier this year, which was not immediately disclosed to top officials. February 29, 2024
World Showcase

March 3, 2024

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland and Defence Minister Bill Blair deliver remarks and answer questions on Canada’s support for Ukraine at military training base in Poland. February 25, 2024 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk hold a joint press conference in Warsaw to reiterate their support for Ukraine as the war enters its third year. February 26, 2024
Outburst

March 2, 2024

Glen McInnis collects Canadians’ opinions on political issues. This week Outburst is asking Canadians: Has the auditor general’s criticism of the “ArriveCan” app affected your view of how the federal government handles expenses? Should Canada invest in a new official residence for the prime minister? Is the federal government naïve about foreign government activity on Canadian soil? How do you feel about the federal government’s decision to not invest in “large scale” road projects?
L'Essentiel with Esther Bégin

Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney passes away - March 1, 2024

Esther Bégin talks about the career and accomplishments of Brian Mulroney, who passed away on Thursday, with former Canadian prime ministers Joe Clark and Kim Campbell. We also look back at the legacy of the former prime minister with our analysts Gilles Duceppe, Émilie Foster, Marc-André Leclerc and Marie Montpetit.
Public Record

Communication Issues: Communication and Crises

Communication is the art of making connections and building bridges. Whether it's to reach audiences, convince them, mobilize them, or get them to take action, we must be able to engage in dialogue, debate and inform. In Communication Issues, Amandine Hamon (PhD candidate in communication, University of Montreal) discusses economic journalism and risk management with Marine Thomas (editor-in-chief of Les Affaires) and André Bouthillier (executive vice president of the NATIONAL Public Relations Cabinet). This event is organized by the Université de Montréal's Department of Communication. (February 2, 2024)
Public Record

Order of Canada Investiture Ceremony – February 22, 2024

Governor General Mary May Simon invests 61 recipients into the Order of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall.
Outburst

March 2, 2024

Glen McInnis collects Canadians’ opinions on political issues. This week Outburst is asking Canadians: Has the auditor general’s criticism of the “ArriveCan” app affected your view of how the federal government handles expenses? Should Canada invest in a new official residence for the prime minister? Is the federal government naïve about foreign government activity on Canadian soil? How do you feel about the federal government’s decision to not invest in “large scale” road projects?
L'Essentiel with Esther Bégin

Former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney passes away - March 1, 2024

Esther Bégin talks about the career and accomplishments of Brian Mulroney, who passed away on Thursday, with former Canadian prime ministers Joe Clark and Kim Campbell. We also look back at the legacy of the former prime minister with our analysts Gilles Duceppe, Émilie Foster, Marc-André Leclerc and Marie Montpetit.
Conversations with Esther Bégin

Kim Thúy

This week, Esther Bégin talks to Vietnamese-born Quebec author Kim Thúy. Together, they look back on key moments in her professional and personal life.