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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 The House, guest-host Kathleen Petty talks to Don Ross, the Transportation Safety Board's lead investigator in Lac-Mégantic. Then, we hear from Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter ahead of the Council of the Federation meeting.
This week on The House, while questions continue to be raised about what happened in Lac-Mégantic, Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley and the Parliamentary Secretary to the Transport Minister, Pierre Poilievre, explore whether rail safety standards in Canada are a
This week on The House, two former PMO insiders discuss new developments in the Mike Duffy affair and the upcoming Cabinet shuffle. And Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault looks at the effectiveness of Canada's Access To Information Act.
This week on The House, Laureen Harper and Naheed Nenshi bring us the latest from the Alberta flood clean up effort. Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver reacts to President Obama’s comments on the Keystone XL project.
Assessing the damage June 22, 2013
This week on The House, Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi on the Alberta floods. Government House Leader Peter Van Loan on the government's handling of the Parliamentary sitting. And Bob Rae reflects on his 35 year career in politics.
This week on The House, Senator David Tkachuk on the Senate expenses scandal. And Shawn Atleo, National Chief of the AFN criticizes Ottawa's approach to First Nations issues, and the Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt responds.
This week on The House, NDP Leader Tom Mulcair on the Wright/Duffy affair and the widening Senate scandal. And Conservative MP Chris Alexander on reports of a partisan fund administered by the PMO.
This week on The House, Conservative Senator Larry Smith and Liberal Senator Jim Munson weigh in on the Senate expenses scandal. Plus, BC's Environment minister Terry Lake explains why BC says no to the Northern Gateway pipeline.
This week on The House, Conservative Senator Larry Smith and Liberal Senator Jim Munson weigh in on the Senate expenses scandal. Plus, BC's Environment minister Terry Lake explains why BC says no to the Northern Gateway pipeline.
This week on The House, Conservative Senator Larry Smith and Liberal Senator Jim Munson weigh in on the Senate expenses scandal. Plus, BC's Environment minister Terry Lake explains why BC says no to the Northern Gateway pipeline.
This week on The House, Conservative Senator Larry Smith and Liberal Senator Jim Munson weigh in on the Senate expenses scandal. Plus, BC's Environment minister Terry Lake explains why BC says no to the Northern Gateway pipeline.
This week on The House, Conservative Senator Larry Smith and Liberal Senator Jim Munson weigh in on the Senate expenses scandal. Plus, BC's Environment minister Terry Lake explains why BC says no to the Northern Gateway pipeline.
This week on The House, Conservative MP Michelle Rempel and Liberal Senator James Cowan on the Senate expenses scandal. Plus, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall on his plea to abolish the Senate.
This week on The House, Conservative MP Michelle Rempel and Liberal Senator James Cowan on the Senate expenses scandal. Plus, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall on his plea to abolish the Senate.
This week on The House, with Senators Wallin and Duffy out of the Conservative caucus, we get reaction from NDP Ethics Critic Charlie Angus. We also hear from Senator Patrick Brazeau. And we speak with B.C. Premier Christy Clark after her stunning victory
This week on The House, Senators Marjory Lebreton and James Cowan on Senate expenses, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver on EU plans to label oilsands crude dirty oil, and an update on the B.C. election.
This week on The House: Immigration Minister Jason Kenney on Temporary Foreign Workers, more on the costs of Canada’s new Arctic offshore patrol ships, and our political panel on 2 years under a Harper majority.
This week on The House: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne on her upcoming budget, a war of words between Joe Oliver and leading climate scientist James Hansen, backbenchers win some space, and a new bill in Nova Scotia targets cyberbullies.
This week on The House, former Assistant Director of CSIS, Ray Boisvert, John Manley and Tom Ridge, both of who were key players following 9/11, join us to talk about the aftermath of the Boston bombings.
This week on The House, host Evan Solomon asks NDP leader Tom Mulcair how he plans to re-tool his party ahead of the next election, and what a Justin Trudeau-led Liberal party mean for the NDP?