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March 22, 2022 78 min

Tamara Cherry fills in for Evan Solomon. She speaks with former NDP leader Tom Mulcair about what the Liberal/NDP confidence deal means for Parliament. 

On today's show: 

  • Tom Mulcair, CTV political analyst and former NDP leader, on the Liberal/NDP confidence deal.
  • Glen McGregor, senior political correspondent with CTV National News, on the agreement between the Liberals and New Democrats.
  • We check in with Natalia Moussienko, who is living in downtown Kyiv. 
  • Shachi Kurl, president of the Angus Reid Institute, on a new poll looking at the Conservative leadership race and candidate support. 
  • Aline Vlasceanu, executive director of Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime, on the flaws within Canada’s Access to Information Act. 
  • Paul Drecklser, a Florida tourist. He became an unintentional intruder when he mixed-up his Airbnb address and stayed the night in the wrong house.
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