The two most “difficult” women in Ottawa join us for an in-depth talk about policy, politics, the “most dysfunctional place” to work in the country, and that whole SNC-Lavalin thing.
Gerry Butts breaks his silence on SNC-Lavalin. And the thing that Andrew Scheer can get away with, but Jagmeet Singh cannot. Paul Wells co-hosts.
CBC’s The Current is providing helpful tips for women to succeed in the workplace, including how not to cry.
Conservative leadership contender Kellie Leitch calls Trudeau a “Canadian identity denier” and defends her idea of screening immigrants for their values. Plus, a look at the year ahead in Parliament.
A farm worker wants better conditions for foreign labourers, and is Trudeau bending gender norms in politics?
NOT SORRY writer Vicky Mochama talks to young women on Parliament Hill about the barriers they face and the work they do.
Senator Diane Bellemare quit the Conservative caucus, saying pressure to toe the party line is getting in the way of Senators doing their jobs.
The Parliamentary Poet Laureate talks about working for a pioneering black MP, Canada’s multitude of black histories and his problem with telephone companies.
Desmond and Supriya speak to Conservative MP Michelle Rempel about heckling in the House of Commons.
Get a weekly note from David about our top stories.
This is a good thing that we do. You'll like this.