September 3, 2011

from The House from CBC Radio· · · 1 listeners

This week on The House with guest-host Alison Crawford, world leaders attended a "Friends of Libya" conference in Paris and agreed to unfreeze $15-b in funds to help Libya's National Transitional Council. We speak with Abubaker Karmos, Libya's new representative in Ottawa. And Conservative MPs will be in Ottawa next week for their annual summer caucus meeting. Alison Crawford asks Government House Leader Peter Van Loan about this government's priorities going forward. Also, we speak with aboriginal climate organizer Candi Mossett in Washington, where hundreds of first nations people are protesting the Keystone XL pipeline. Finally. Progressive Conservatives in Alberta …



This week on The House with guest-host Alison Crawford, world leaders attended a "Friends of Libya" conference in Paris and agreed to unfreeze $15-b in funds to help Libya's National Transitional Council. We speak with Abubaker Karmos, Libya's new representative in Ottawa. And Conservative MPs will be in Ottawa next week for their annual summer caucus meeting. Alison Crawford asks Government House Leader Peter Van Loan about this government's priorities going forward. Also, we speak with aboriginal climate organizer Candi Mossett in Washington, where hundreds of first nations people are protesting the Keystone XL pipeline. Finally. Progressive Conservatives in Alberta have been in power for forty years. With Ed Stelmach on his way out, CBC's legislative reporter in Edmonton Kim Trynacity examines Alberta's future.