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The House is Canada's most popular political affairs show. Every Saturday the program takes you to Parliament Hill — and around the country — for in-depth coverage and analysis of the week’s major political news.

This week on a special edition of The House, Evan Solomon explores the political legacy of Nelson Mandela Brian Mulroney, Jean Chrétien, Michaëlle Jean, Bob Rae, and Perrin Beatty.
This week on The House, Senator Patrick Brazeau talks about the ongoing Senate scandal. Veterans advocate Sean Bruyea discusses the support for soldiers suffering from PTSD. Then, reporter Glenn Greenwald is on about the latest explosive spying allegation
This week on The House, the Prime Minister's Director of Communications Jason McDonald, Senator David Tkachuk, and NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair join us to discuss the latest on the Senate expenses scandal.
This week on The House, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne talks about Rob Ford and the Canada Job Grant. Then, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander discusses the relief effort in the Philippines.
This week on The House, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair talks Senate scandal, Toronto Deputy Mayor Norm Kelly discusses the latest in the Rob Ford saga; and Quebec Minister Bernard Drainville defends Quebec's proposed Charter of Secularism.
This week, The House is at the Conservative party convention in Calgary. Evan Solomon speaks with Minister Jason Kenney, former Reform Party leader Preston Manning, and NDP House leader Nathan Cullen . Our House panel is also in to help us analyze Stephen
This week on The House, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, and Conservative Senators Marjory LeBreton and Don Plett, join us with to discuss the unfolding controversy in the Senate. Then our House Political Panel weighs in on what this all means.
This week on The House, International Trade Minister Ed Fast discusses the new free-trade deal with the EU. NDP Leader Tom Mulcair joins us for his take. Then, our House political panel discusses Parliament's return.
This week on The House, former Brazilian ambassador to the U.S. Rubens Barbosa and intelligence expert Wesley Wark discuss the spying controversy involving Canada. Then, we look forward to next week's Speech from the Throne.
This week on The House, former U.S. ambassador to Canada David Jacobson speaks about the consequences of the government shutdown in Washington. Then, Canada's Chief Electoral Officer, Marc Mayrand, joins us for a rare interview.
This week on The House, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird discusses whether Canada will follow the U.S.'s lead and re-engage diplomatically with Iran . Then, Quebec Minister Veronique Hivon talks about her province's "dying with dignity" legislation.
This week on The House, the Secretary General of NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, discusses the crisis in Syria. Then, B.C. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip tells us if a pipeline charm offensive by the federal government is too little too late.
This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall talks about Quebec’s proposed Charter of Values with PQ minister Bernard Drainville. Then, Transport Minister Lisa Raitt discusses the latest developments in the Lac-Mégantic investigation.
This week on The House, Evan Solomon asks Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about his discussions at the G20 meetings regarding Syria. Also, Elizabeth May explains her claims that the federal government is subsidizing Enbridge research.
This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall asks the Turkish Ambassador to Canada what options there are for dealing with Syria. And Jerry Dias, who is expected to head Canada’s newest trade union, discusses the challenges ahead for his members.
This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall gets reaction from Bromont, Quebec Mayor Pauline Quinlan on the Senate report on rail safety. Then, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver joins us to discuss resource development in Canada’s arctic.
This week on The House, guest-host Chris Hall talks to NDP Leader Tom Mulcair about the audit into Senator Pamela Wallin's expenses. Then, Industry Minister James Moore joins us to discuss the fight to keep Verizon from entering Canada’s wireless market.
This week on The House, guest-host James Fitz-Morris talks to Senator Gerald Comeau about the release of the audit into Senator Pamela Wallin’s expenses. Then Jason Kenney, the Minister of Employment and Social Development, discusses changes to the Tempor
This week on The House, guest-host Alison Crawford looks at the proposed $12-billion Energy East pipeline project with New Brunswick Premier David Alward.
This week on The House, guest-host Alison Crawford is in Niagara-on-the-Lake for the annual summer gathering of the country’s 13 territorial and provincial premiers.