The Maclean's Politics Panel: Doiron's death, niqab politics

Also: Why Holocaust comparisons are almost always a bad idea


Each week, the Maclean’s Ottawa bureau sits down to discuss the stories behind the week’s stories in our politics podcast, On The Hill.

They also gather in the OMNI studios to talk about the stories that matter. This week, John Geddes and Paul Wells join Cormac Mac Sweeney to talk about what Sgt. Andrew Doiron’s death in Iraq means for the broader Canadian mission and why political leaders engaged in niqab politics.