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SiriusXM’s Everything Is Political: Campaign 2015 with Evan Solomon follows every aspect of Canada’s federal election campaign. The show premieres Thursday, August 6 from 6 pm to 7 pm (EDT) on SiriusXM’s Canada Talks, channel 167

Latest Episodes

New assisted dying legislation strikes a balance

On the Show: Tasha Kheiriddin, Host MPs panel: Sean Casey,Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Liberal MP for CharlottetownMichael Cooper,Conservative deputy Justice Critic and MP for St. Albert-EdmontonMurray Rankin,NDP Justice critic and MP for Victoria Tony Clement,Conservative Foreign Affairs critic and MP for Parry Sound-Muskoka Bruce Mcintosh of theOntario Autism Coalition Dwight Dorey,National Chief of theCongress of Aboriginal Peoples

50 MIN2016 APR 16
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New assisted dying legislation strikes a balance

Crisis in Attawapiskat grips Parliamentarians

On the Show: Host Tasha Kheiriddin Chris Alexander,Former Conservative cabinet minister and ambassador Peter Kent,Conservative MP for Thornhill Georgina Jolibois,NDP MP for Desnethé--Missinippi--Churchill River, Sask. Larry Worthen,Executive Director of the Christian Medical and Dental Society and spokesperson for the Coalition for HealthCARE and Conscience The War Room: Sarah Bain,Hill and Knowlton Strategies Jen Hassum,Strategist at the United SteelworkersGeoff Norquay,Earnscliffe Strategy Group

52 MIN2016 APR 16
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Crisis in Attawapiskat grips Parliamentarians

Trauma for first nations can become generational, passed down through genes, says Prof. Amy Bombay

On the Show: Arlene Bynon, Amy Bombay, Patrick Brown, Andrew Cumming, Jason Lietaer, Bob Richardson, Andrew Thomson Professor of Nursing and Psychiatry Amy Bombay says the generational trauma facing young people in Attawapiskat from the time of residential schools has a large impact on the children of those who were victims, and that research shows trauma suffered by survivors of the Holocaust may be passed down through genes to children of survivors of trauma. Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown says he's still pushing for a public inquiry into political fundraising in the province following a meeting with Premier Kathleen Wynne. Tainted Blood Scandal victim Andrew Cumming tells his story and why he's willing to do whatever it takes to get a private plasma clinic closed in Saskatchewan. The War Room withJason Lietaer, Bob Richardson and Andrew Thomson weigh in on former prime minister Stephen Harper's trip to Las Vegas to give advice to Republicans on united a fractured party.

52 MIN2016 APR 14
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Trauma for first nations can become generational, passed down through genes, says Prof. Amy Bombay

Veteran begins hunger strike for being denied critical injury benefits

On the Show: Arlene Bynon, Peter Julian, David Zimmer, Robin Brentnall, Jenn Jefferys, Mike Fancie, Tom Parkin NDP MP Peter Julian says he was shocked and surprised Thomas Mulcair was voted to be replaced at the NDP convention over the weekend and although he says it's too soon to decide if he'll run to replace him, he hasn't ruled it out yet. Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Minister David Zimmer discusses the tragic suicide crisis in Attawapiskat and what the province and federal governments are doing to help the community of 2,000 people that has declared a state of emergency. Veteran Robin Brentnall has begun a hunger strike asking Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr to review his file for critical injury benefits, a one-time lump sum payout of $70,000. Brentnall suffered a stroke and has been fighting for benefits for eight years. The War Room with all NDP members Tom Parkin, Jenn Jeffery

52 MIN2016 APR 12
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Veteran begins hunger strike for being denied critical injury benefits

Bob Rae says Canada can do more to clean up political financing rules

On the Show: Arlene Bynon, Bob Rae, Frank Graves, Avi Lewis, Stephen Lewis, Mike Van Soelen, Sally Housser, Colin MacDonald Bob Rae says although Canada's political financing rules are among the best and most regulated in the world, we can still always do better and he is concerned about fundraising quotas for cabinet ministers. Frank Graves of EKOS Research Associates discusses Thomas Mulcairs slipping popularity in the polls as the NDP heads to Edmonton for a convention and vote on whether to hold a leadership review. In this replay of an interview from September 15, 2015 on "Everything is Political" with Evan Solomon, Avi Lewis and Stephen Lewis discuss the Leap Manifesto. The War Room with Navigator Ltd. staffMike Van Soelen, Sally Housser and Colin MacDonald weigh in on the week ago as the House resumes sitting and how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will face tough criticism of his first federal budget, which the Parliamentary Budget Officer says is not very transparent.

59 MIN2016 APR 11
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Bob Rae says Canada can do more to clean up political financing rules

Conservative leadership race is on, Bernier off to early start

On the Show: Tasha Kheiriddin, Craig Scott, Maxime Bernier, Mostafa Askari,Syed Soharwardy, Mohamed El Rashidy Former NDP MP and law professor at York University Craig Scott gives his pitch for who he thinks NDP delegates at the convention in Edmonton should adopt the Leap Manifesto as party policy. The manifesto calls for a shift for a no-carbon economy, among other radical policies. Conservative MP Maxime Bernier has announced his candidacy for party leader. He's running on a platform of more libertarian positions, more personal responsibilities, less government involvement and more individual freedoms. Assistant Parliamentary Budget Officer Mostafa Askari explains why his office says the Liberal budget is not transparent and what information the government should provide or clarify for Canadians to get a clearer picture of the Canadian economic outlook. Our panel with Rabia Khedr, spo

58 MIN2016 APR 8
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Conservative leadership race is on, Bernier off to early start

Alison Azer says system meant to protect children in Canada failed to keep her kids safe

On the Show: Tasha Kheiriddin, Alison Azer, Percy Downe, Ford O'Connell, Richard Mahoney, Tom Parkin, Mike Van Soelen Alison Azer,mother of four whose children were taken by their father, Saren Azer, into Iraqi Kurdistan nearly 8 months ago joins us.He's wanted by Interpol and she wants her children, all under the age of 12, home safely.We first spoke to Alison during the election in October about her plight for her missing children. We wrote an article for Maclean's and have followed her fight all the way to Parliament Hill where just weeks ago Alison took to Ottawa to push the government to do everything in its power to get her kids back.She tells us what the federal government is doing, whether it's enough and why we should all care about the four missing Azer kids. Liberal Senator Percy Downe explains why he says Canada needs to measure the tax gap and what more the Canada Revenue Ag

58 MIN2016 APR 7
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Alison Azer says system meant to protect children in Canada failed to keep her kids safe

Could safe injections sites be on the way for more Canadian cities?

On the Show: Laura Payton, Hassan Yussuff, John McKay, Hedy Fry, Colin Carrie, Don Davies, Jason Lietaer, Sally Housser, Sheila Copps President of the Canadian Labour Congress Hassan Yussuff says Thomas Mulcair is to blame for the NDP's election loss and should be replaced as party leader. Liberal MP John McKay says he's concerned about Canadian mining companies operating abroad and thinks there needs to be more oversight and accountability on human rights and environmental risks for projects. MPsHedy Fry, Colin Carrie and Don Davies debate the usefulness of safe injection sites and whether or not the laws need to be reformed to allow for more sites to open in Canadian cities. The War Room withJason Lietaer, Sally Housser and Sheila Copps weigh in on the Saskatchewan election, Conservative party leadership and the future of the NDP is Saskatchewan.

58 MIN2016 APR 7
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Could safe injections sites be on the way for more Canadian cities?

Money in Politics: Can Ontario politicians be bought?

On the Show: Arlene Bynon, Patrick Brown, Jagmeet Singh, Rebecca Blaikie, Andy Fillmore, David Harsanyi, Emma Graney, Bob Richardson, Kate Harrison, Andrew Thomson Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown and Ontario NDP Deputy Leader Jagmeet Singh discuss money in politics, banning corporate and union donations to parties and why they think the Ontario Liberals have some explaining to do in regards to fundraising targets for ministers. NDP President Rebecca Blaikie and Liberal MP for Halifax Andy Fillmore discuss the idea of party membership and the Liberals' new plan to make party membership free. Senior editor of The Federalist, David Harsanyi, discusses the US primary race and whether or not this isthe beginning of the end for Donald Trump. Provincial politics reporter for the Leader-Post in Saskatchewan Emma Graney gives the run down on the Saskatchewan election as voters head to the polls w

58 MIN2016 APR 5
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Money in Politics: Can Ontario politicians be bought?

Progressive Politics Special: A Look at the Progress Summit and the future of the NDP

On the Show: Laura Payton, Kathleen Monk, Jamie Nicholls, RosaneDoré Lefebvre, Alexandre Boulerice, Desmond Cole, Kelly Carmichael, David Akin, Heather Scoffield Kathleen Monk, Jamie Nicholls and RosaneDoré Lefebvre talk about what went wrong for the NDP in the last federal election, who's to blame and what Mulcair will need to do next week at the NDP convention to hold on to leadership of the party. NDP MPAlexandre Boulerice says pointing fingers and laying blame for the election losses last year isn't going to help the NDP rebuild, but he says the director of communications and the head of the campaign, along with the war room and Thomas Mulcair himself didn't listen enough to those in the party during the election. Toronto journalist and activist Desmond Cole talks about the article he wrote last summer about getting carded and stopped by police for being black which put him in the sp

55 MIN2016 APR 3
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Progressive Politics Special: A Look at the Progress Summit and the future of the NDP

Latest Episodes

New assisted dying legislation strikes a balance

On the Show: Tasha Kheiriddin, Host MPs panel: Sean Casey,Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Justice and Liberal MP for CharlottetownMichael Cooper,Conservative deputy Justice Critic and MP for St. Albert-EdmontonMurray Rankin,NDP Justice critic and MP for Victoria Tony Clement,Conservative Foreign Affairs critic and MP for Parry Sound-Muskoka Bruce Mcintosh of theOntario Autism Coalition Dwight Dorey,National Chief of theCongress of Aboriginal Peoples

50 MIN2016 APR 16
Comments
New assisted dying legislation strikes a balance

Crisis in Attawapiskat grips Parliamentarians

On the Show: Host Tasha Kheiriddin Chris Alexander,Former Conservative cabinet minister and ambassador Peter Kent,Conservative MP for Thornhill Georgina Jolibois,NDP MP for Desnethé--Missinippi--Churchill River, Sask. Larry Worthen,Executive Director of the Christian Medical and Dental Society and spokesperson for the Coalition for HealthCARE and Conscience The War Room: Sarah Bain,Hill and Knowlton Strategies Jen Hassum,Strategist at the United SteelworkersGeoff Norquay,Earnscliffe Strategy Group

52 MIN2016 APR 16
Comments
Crisis in Attawapiskat grips Parliamentarians

Trauma for first nations can become generational, passed down through genes, says Prof. Amy Bombay

On the Show: Arlene Bynon, Amy Bombay, Patrick Brown, Andrew Cumming, Jason Lietaer, Bob Richardson, Andrew Thomson Professor of Nursing and Psychiatry Amy Bombay says the generational trauma facing young people in Attawapiskat from the time of residential schools has a large impact on the children of those who were victims, and that research shows trauma suffered by survivors of the Holocaust may be passed down through genes to children of survivors of trauma. Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown says he's still pushing for a public inquiry into political fundraising in the province following a meeting with Premier Kathleen Wynne. Tainted Blood Scandal victim Andrew Cumming tells his story and why he's willing to do whatever it takes to get a private plasma clinic closed in Saskatchewan. The War Room withJason Lietaer, Bob Richardson and Andrew Thomson weigh in on former prime minister Stephen Harper's trip to Las Vegas to give advice to Republicans on united a fractured party.

52 MIN2016 APR 14
Comments
Trauma for first nations can become generational, passed down through genes, says Prof. Amy Bombay

Veteran begins hunger strike for being denied critical injury benefits

On the Show: Arlene Bynon, Peter Julian, David Zimmer, Robin Brentnall, Jenn Jefferys, Mike Fancie, Tom Parkin NDP MP Peter Julian says he was shocked and surprised Thomas Mulcair was voted to be replaced at the NDP convention over the weekend and although he says it's too soon to decide if he'll run to replace him, he hasn't ruled it out yet. Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Minister David Zimmer discusses the tragic suicide crisis in Attawapiskat and what the province and federal governments are doing to help the community of 2,000 people that has declared a state of emergency. Veteran Robin Brentnall has begun a hunger strike asking Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr to review his file for critical injury benefits, a one-time lump sum payout of $70,000. Brentnall suffered a stroke and has been fighting for benefits for eight years. The War Room with all NDP members Tom Parkin, Jenn Jeffery

52 MIN2016 APR 12
Comments
Veteran begins hunger strike for being denied critical injury benefits

Bob Rae says Canada can do more to clean up political financing rules

On the Show: Arlene Bynon, Bob Rae, Frank Graves, Avi Lewis, Stephen Lewis, Mike Van Soelen, Sally Housser, Colin MacDonald Bob Rae says although Canada's political financing rules are among the best and most regulated in the world, we can still always do better and he is concerned about fundraising quotas for cabinet ministers. Frank Graves of EKOS Research Associates discusses Thomas Mulcairs slipping popularity in the polls as the NDP heads to Edmonton for a convention and vote on whether to hold a leadership review. In this replay of an interview from September 15, 2015 on "Everything is Political" with Evan Solomon, Avi Lewis and Stephen Lewis discuss the Leap Manifesto. The War Room with Navigator Ltd. staffMike Van Soelen, Sally Housser and Colin MacDonald weigh in on the week ago as the House resumes sitting and how Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will face tough criticism of his first federal budget, which the Parliamentary Budget Officer says is not very transparent.

59 MIN2016 APR 11
Comments
Bob Rae says Canada can do more to clean up political financing rules

Conservative leadership race is on, Bernier off to early start

On the Show: Tasha Kheiriddin, Craig Scott, Maxime Bernier, Mostafa Askari,Syed Soharwardy, Mohamed El Rashidy Former NDP MP and law professor at York University Craig Scott gives his pitch for who he thinks NDP delegates at the convention in Edmonton should adopt the Leap Manifesto as party policy. The manifesto calls for a shift for a no-carbon economy, among other radical policies. Conservative MP Maxime Bernier has announced his candidacy for party leader. He's running on a platform of more libertarian positions, more personal responsibilities, less government involvement and more individual freedoms. Assistant Parliamentary Budget Officer Mostafa Askari explains why his office says the Liberal budget is not transparent and what information the government should provide or clarify for Canadians to get a clearer picture of the Canadian economic outlook. Our panel with Rabia Khedr, spo

58 MIN2016 APR 8
Comments
Conservative leadership race is on, Bernier off to early start

Alison Azer says system meant to protect children in Canada failed to keep her kids safe

On the Show: Tasha Kheiriddin, Alison Azer, Percy Downe, Ford O'Connell, Richard Mahoney, Tom Parkin, Mike Van Soelen Alison Azer,mother of four whose children were taken by their father, Saren Azer, into Iraqi Kurdistan nearly 8 months ago joins us.He's wanted by Interpol and she wants her children, all under the age of 12, home safely.We first spoke to Alison during the election in October about her plight for her missing children. We wrote an article for Maclean's and have followed her fight all the way to Parliament Hill where just weeks ago Alison took to Ottawa to push the government to do everything in its power to get her kids back.She tells us what the federal government is doing, whether it's enough and why we should all care about the four missing Azer kids. Liberal Senator Percy Downe explains why he says Canada needs to measure the tax gap and what more the Canada Revenue Ag

58 MIN2016 APR 7
Comments
Alison Azer says system meant to protect children in Canada failed to keep her kids safe

Could safe injections sites be on the way for more Canadian cities?

On the Show: Laura Payton, Hassan Yussuff, John McKay, Hedy Fry, Colin Carrie, Don Davies, Jason Lietaer, Sally Housser, Sheila Copps President of the Canadian Labour Congress Hassan Yussuff says Thomas Mulcair is to blame for the NDP's election loss and should be replaced as party leader. Liberal MP John McKay says he's concerned about Canadian mining companies operating abroad and thinks there needs to be more oversight and accountability on human rights and environmental risks for projects. MPsHedy Fry, Colin Carrie and Don Davies debate the usefulness of safe injection sites and whether or not the laws need to be reformed to allow for more sites to open in Canadian cities. The War Room withJason Lietaer, Sally Housser and Sheila Copps weigh in on the Saskatchewan election, Conservative party leadership and the future of the NDP is Saskatchewan.

58 MIN2016 APR 7
Comments
Could safe injections sites be on the way for more Canadian cities?

Money in Politics: Can Ontario politicians be bought?

On the Show: Arlene Bynon, Patrick Brown, Jagmeet Singh, Rebecca Blaikie, Andy Fillmore, David Harsanyi, Emma Graney, Bob Richardson, Kate Harrison, Andrew Thomson Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown and Ontario NDP Deputy Leader Jagmeet Singh discuss money in politics, banning corporate and union donations to parties and why they think the Ontario Liberals have some explaining to do in regards to fundraising targets for ministers. NDP President Rebecca Blaikie and Liberal MP for Halifax Andy Fillmore discuss the idea of party membership and the Liberals' new plan to make party membership free. Senior editor of The Federalist, David Harsanyi, discusses the US primary race and whether or not this isthe beginning of the end for Donald Trump. Provincial politics reporter for the Leader-Post in Saskatchewan Emma Graney gives the run down on the Saskatchewan election as voters head to the polls w

58 MIN2016 APR 5
Comments
Money in Politics: Can Ontario politicians be bought?

Progressive Politics Special: A Look at the Progress Summit and the future of the NDP

On the Show: Laura Payton, Kathleen Monk, Jamie Nicholls, RosaneDoré Lefebvre, Alexandre Boulerice, Desmond Cole, Kelly Carmichael, David Akin, Heather Scoffield Kathleen Monk, Jamie Nicholls and RosaneDoré Lefebvre talk about what went wrong for the NDP in the last federal election, who's to blame and what Mulcair will need to do next week at the NDP convention to hold on to leadership of the party. NDP MPAlexandre Boulerice says pointing fingers and laying blame for the election losses last year isn't going to help the NDP rebuild, but he says the director of communications and the head of the campaign, along with the war room and Thomas Mulcair himself didn't listen enough to those in the party during the election. Toronto journalist and activist Desmond Cole talks about the article he wrote last summer about getting carded and stopped by police for being black which put him in the sp

55 MIN2016 APR 3
Comments
Progressive Politics Special: A Look at the Progress Summit and the future of the NDP
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