In Ontario and Quebec there are reports of plans to use military bases to house incoming Syrian refugees.
I asked Manitoba’s Immigration Minister Erna Braun for an update on what we’re doing here and whether or not there are any similar plans for our military facilities.
The decision by the Trudeau government to withdraw from active fighting against ISIL has been the cause of a great deal of conversation on the show this week.
To get an expert view of what this will mean for Canada, I spoke with Postmedia’s international correspondent Matthew Fisher and you can catch his critique of the PM’s strategy here.
Having trouble making sense of the US primaries? You’re not alone.
Plenty of Americans are struggling to understand how two men as polarized as Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders both won their primaries in New Hampshire.
To learn more about how to interpret those results, I spoke with David Redlawsk, director of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University and co-author of The Positive Case for Negative Campaigning.