Sinopsis

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 days events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand whats driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead.A broadcaster, writer and entrepreneur, Mark Suttcliffe joined CPAC in 2009. He also hosts Ottawa Today, weekday mornings on 1310 NEWS, in Ottawa, and is the CEO of Great River Media. A marathon runner and volunteer, Mark is also the founder of iRun magazine and the author of Long Road to Boston. He was inducted into the Order of Ottawa in 2016.

Episodios

  • June 19 2020 — Testing begins on COVID-19 contact tracing app.

    June 19 2020 — Testing begins on COVID-19 contact tracing app.

    19/06/2020 Duración: 15min

    The government begins testing a voluntary COVID-19 contact tracing app; The leader of the Bloc Quebecois calls on Jagmeet Singh to apologize for calling an MP racist; Conservative leadership candidates battle in a 2nd televised debate.

  • June 18 2020 — Canada will not sit on the UN Security Council.

    June 18 2020 — Canada will not sit on the UN Security Council.

    18/06/2020 Duración: 15min

    Canada loses its bid for a seat on the United Nations Security Council; Jagmeet Singh says he stands by his actions after he was kicked out of the House of Commons for calling a Bloc MP racist; Getting ready for tonight’s second Conservative leadership debate.

  • June 17 2020 — How much will the CERB extension cost?

    June 17 2020 — How much will the CERB extension cost?

    17/06/2020 Duración: 16min

    What will it cost to extend the eligibility for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit for another 8 weeks?; Another extension to the closure of Canada’s border with the U.S., despite pressure from businesses and border communities; The Parliamentary Black Caucus calls on all levels of government to take action to reduce systemic racism.

  • June 16 2020 — How will gov’t address deaths of racialized Canadians?

    June 16 2020 — How will gov’t address deaths of racialized Canadians?

    16/06/2020 Duración: 16min

    What is the government’s plan to address the deaths of racialized people at the hands of police?; The work begins to start transitioning millions of Canadians off of the CERB; Taking stock of how Canada has handled the first wave of COVID-19.

  • June 15 2020 — Final week of Parliament includes crucial vote.

    June 15 2020 — Final week of Parliament includes crucial vote.

    15/06/2020 Duración: 14min

    The final week of Parliament includes a crucial vote on Wednesday; Are cracks beginning to form between the federal and provincial governments?; The RCMP continues to face scrutiny over allegations of systemic racism.

  • June 12 2020 — Is there systemic racism within government?

    June 12 2020 — Is there systemic racism within government?

    12/06/2020 Duración: 17min

    The Indigenous Services Minister is asked if there is systemic racism within the government; the Prime Minister blames procedural and political differences for the failure to debate a bill that would mean COVID-19 benefits for people with disabilities; Pandemic pay wage increases at some Canadian grocery stores will come to an end this weekend.

  • June 11 2020 — Quick passage of emergency COVID-19 aid bill rejected.

    June 11 2020 — Quick passage of emergency COVID-19 aid bill rejected.

    11/06/2020 Duración: 14min

    The opposition parties reject swift passage of the emergency COVID-19 aid bill; The Parliamentary Budget Office says extending the CERB could cost the federal government an additional $64 billion; The government responds to claims from an RCMP deputy commissioner that systemic racism doesn’t exist in the police force.

  • June 10 2020 — NDP not on board with tough CERB fraud bill.

    June 10 2020 — NDP not on board with tough CERB fraud bill.

    10/06/2020 Duración: 17min

    The NDP won’t support a Liberal bill that could mean fines or jail time for fraudulent CERB claims; The Conservatives call on the Auditor General to examine the economic programs introduced in response to COVID-19; Bill Blair says under the right circumstances, police body cameras can be very effective.

  • June 09 2020 — More provinces look to reopen economies.

    June 09 2020 — More provinces look to reopen economies.

    09/06/2020 Duración: 16min

    Some provinces take further steps toward reopening their economies; An exemption to restrictions at the Canada-US border will let immediate families reunite; The Prime Minister defends his decision to attend an anti-racism protest amid pandemic restrictions.

  • June 08 2020 — Government urged to address racism.

    June 08 2020 — Government urged to address racism.

    08/06/2020 Duración: 16min

    More calls for the federal government to address racism in Canada; Is criticizing the American response to George Floyd’s death worth reigniting trade tensions?; Public health officials continue to call for caution as more of the country reopens.

  • June 05 2020 — PM focusing on racism in Canada, not U.S.

    June 05 2020 — PM focusing on racism in Canada, not U.S.

    05/06/2020 Duración: 16min

    The Prime Minister says his focus is on racism in Canada, not what’s going on in the US; Canada’s Chief Medical Officer of Health warns of the potential for an explosive second wave of COVID-19; An announcement is expected to help Canadians with disabilities, facing challenges because of the pandemic.

  • June 04 2020 — Singh says Canada must speak up in U.S. protester support.

    June 04 2020 — Singh says Canada must speak up in U.S. protester support.

    04/06/2020 Duración: 16min

    Jagmeet Singh says Canada must speak up as protests continue in the United States; Justin Trudeau positions Canada as a champion of a co-ordinated global COVID-19 recovery plan; As tensions continue to rise in China, the government says Canadians currently living in Hong Kong are welcome to come home.

  • June 03 2020 — The pause heard around the world.

    June 03 2020 — The pause heard around the world.

    03/06/2020 Duración: 15min

    A 21-second pause from the Prime Minister, when he’s asked to comment on Donald Trump’s threat to use military force against protesters; Questions over concerns about blowback from Donald Trump, if Canada gets involved in the current situation south of the border; Two of Canada’s largest telecom companies announce partnerships with Huawei’s European rivals.

  • June 02 2020 — Racism exists in Canada: PM

    June 02 2020 — Racism exists in Canada: PM

    02/06/2020 Duración: 16min

    The Prime Minister says we can’t pretend that racism doesn’t exist in Canada; The federal government will send cities infrastructure funds ahead of schedule to help with the COVID-19 recovery; Foreign policy and trade experts call on Canada to re-examine relations with the United States, in light of Donald Trump’s response to the pandemic.

  • June 01 2020 — Long-term care fixes demanded.

    June 01 2020 — Long-term care fixes demanded.

    01/06/2020 Duración: 14min

    Pressure mounts on the federal government to act on the situation in long-term care facilities; The government discusses spending millions on promoting travel within Canada; What effect could our relationship with China have on Canada’s bid for a seat on the UN security council?

  • May 29 2020 — Wanzhou decision blowback expected.

    May 29 2020 — Wanzhou decision blowback expected.

    29/05/2020 Duración: 16min

    Bracing for consequences from China, following this week’s decision on Meng Whanzou; The Prime Minister points to the need for a global, coordinated plan to help the world’s economies recover from COVID-19; Should we expect setbacks over the next few weeks and months as provinces continue to relax restrictions?

  • May 28 2020 — Wanzhou extradition proceedings move forward.

    May 28 2020 — Wanzhou extradition proceedings move forward.

    28/05/2020 Duración: 16min

    Reaction as a BC judge rules extradition proceedings for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou should proceed; Pressure on the government to respond to a scathing report on some of Canada’s long-term care homes; The latest polls show Peter MacKay still leads the Conservative leadership race.

  • May 27 2020 — Military report rips Ontario nursing home care.

    May 27 2020 — Military report rips Ontario nursing home care.

    27/05/2020 Duración: 14min

    Reaction to reports of shocking conditions in Ontario nursing homes; The Chinese government warns of further “damage” to relations with Canada, as a BC judge prepares to release a decision on the extradition hearing for Meng Wanzhou; MPs vote to extend the suspension of Parliament until September.

  • May 26 2020 — Trudeau explains his party’s wage subsidy application.

    May 26 2020 — Trudeau explains his party’s wage subsidy application.

    26/05/2020 Duración: 18min

    Justin Trudeau is asked why the Liberal Party applied for the wage subsidy program; Jagmeet Singh continues to press the prime minister for paid sick leave for all Canadian workers; Andrew Scheer demands the government “unequivocally condemn” China’s recent attacks on the people of Hong Kong.

  • May 25 2020 — Ontario opens testing for all.

    May 25 2020 — Ontario opens testing for all.

    25/05/2020 Duración: 16min

    Ontario’s premier says anyone in the province who wants a coronavirus test can now get one; Rumours about Stephen Harper being drafted into the Conservative leadership race; What can we expect in the House of Commons during what was supposed to be the final month of the spring session of Parliament?

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