Each week, the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau sits down with Cormac MacSweeney to discuss the headlines of the week. This week, Justin Trudeau joins bureau chief John Geddes in conversation about the Liberal leader’s 32-point package of democratic reform proposals, the good and the bad in the government’s anti-terror bill, and the Liberal tax plan. Sen. Jim Munson talks about the Senate’s reputation in light of the latest allegations facing Sen. Don Meredith. Conservative James Rajotte, one of more than 50 MPs not running for re-election—a list that includes Industry Minister James Moore—sits down for an exit interview with political editor Paul Wells. Finally, the Maclean’s Politics Panel forecasts the summer election campaign and offers new details about the Maclean’s leaders’ debate.
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A politician heads home
Next at #DuffyTrial: Nigel Wright
In conversation with John Geddes
Trudeau proposes reform
Don’t dismiss Bush or Clinton
A new low, possibly
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