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Podcast title CPAC Today in Politics
Website URL http://www.cpac.ca
Description CPAC Today in Politics starts each weekday in Canadian politics with the latest news headlines, a summary of topical opinions from columnists, editorialists and pundits and a preview of the day's events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand what's driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead. This podcast is only available on weeks when the House of Commons is sitting.
Updated Thu, 13 Apr 2017 09:22:40 EST
Category News & Politics
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Episodes

1. CPAC Today in Politics - December 14, 2018
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Description: Has the Huawei controversy hurt Canada-US relations? Is national unity cracking because of energy policy and equalization payments? And who has the upper hand as 2018 and an election year approaches?

2. CPAC Today in Politics - December 13, 2018
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Description: With news of a second Canadian missing in China, the government tries to find out more about the detention of an ex-diplomat. Will budget deficits become an election issue in 2019? And it's the end of an era on Parliament Hill, as Centre Block closes for more than a decade.

3. CPAC Today in Politics - December 12, 2018
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Description: A Huawei executive is granted bail, but China's anger grows. Nicola Di Iorio defends his absence from Parliament Hill. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says there has been no surge in foreign fighters returning to Canada.

4. CPAC Today in Politics - December 11, 2018
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Description: Facing questions about Huawei's future in Canada, the government says it will never compromise national security. The Finance Minister says there could be future discussions on equalization payments, but it won't happen any time soon. The Liberals face questions after reports that Tori Stafford's killer was moved out of a maximum security prison.

5. CPAC Today in Politics - December 10, 2018
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Description: China warns of "serious consequences" if Canada doesn't release a Huawei executive arrested in Vancouver. In the aftermath of the first ministers' meeting, now the federal and provincial finance ministers will gather. A United Nations agreement on migration is set to be approved this week as the Conservatives continue to voice their opposition.