Will the Liberal-NDP supply and confidence agreement hold until 2025?

Will the Liberal-NDP supply and confidence agreement hold until 2025?

The NDP and Liberals agreed to extend negotiations on pharmacare legislation — a key part of the supply-and-confidence agreement — to March 1. Power & Politics speaks to NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh about the state of those negotiations and the…

Liberal MPs call on universities to better protect Jewish students | Power & Politics

Liberal MPs call on universities to better protect Jewish students | Power & Politics

In a letter to 25 universities across Canada, five Liberal MPs are asking about their plans to protect Jewish students. Liberal MP Anthony Housefather discusses the letter calling for action. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: Connect…

"They need a little time-out": Gould slams Poilievre's House tactics

“They need a little time-out”: Gould slams Poilievre’s House tactics

As members of Parliament are bracing for the end of the House of Commons sitting—on time despite persisting Conservative delay tactics—Government House Leader Karina Gould says she thinks Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre’s party needs “a little time-out.” Tensions are always…

"I am sorry": House Speaker apologizes for partisan video at PROC

“I am sorry”: House Speaker apologizes for partisan video at PROC

A repentant Greg Fergus testified Monday before his peers about what he says was his unintentional participation in a partisan provincial Liberal party event in early December, telling MPs on the Procedure and House Affairs Committee (PROC) that as the…

Bonnie Crombie elected new leader of Ontario Liberal Party

Bonnie Crombie elected new leader of Ontario Liberal Party

Ontario Liberals have selected Bonnie Crombie, a three-term big city mayor and former MP, as their next leader to challenge the premier in the 2026 provincial election. Read more: »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: Connect with…

Judge rules against a key part of Ottawa's single-use plastics ban

Judge rules against a key part of Ottawa’s single-use plastics ban

A Federal Court judge has ruled that a Liberal government decision to list plastic items as toxic was ‘unreasonable and unconstitutional.’ The Power Panel discusses where this ruling leaves the Trudeau government’s environmental policy. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to…

Trudeau on China's President Xi: "He's not running a democracy"

Trudeau on China’s President Xi: “He’s not running a democracy”

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that Chinese President Xi Jinping “isn’t running a democracy” and China remains an authoritarian state. Trudeau made the comments on Friday at the conclusion of the APEC summit, in San Francisco. #shorts Subscribe to CTV…

"No vision": Trudeau tells Poilievre to put his glasses back on

“No vision”: Trudeau tells Poilievre to put his glasses back on

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre of having “no vision” during question period on Wednesday, and told him he should put his glasses back on. #shorts Subscribe to CTV News to watch more videos: Connect with CTV…

Why everyone's fighting over the carbon tax (again) | About That

Why everyone’s fighting over the carbon tax (again) | About That

What happens when you exempt some people from a controversial federal tax, but not others? About That producer Lauren Bird explains why some premiers are criticizing the federal government’s carbon tax exemption and how the controversial tax is creating unlikely…

"Let Canadians decide": Poilievre floats having a carbon tax election

“Let Canadians decide”: Poilievre floats having a carbon tax election

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre urged the government to cut the carbon tax until Canadians head to the polls in the next election. Subscribe to CTV News to watch more videos: Connect with CTV News: For the latest news visit: For…