The new government introduced legislation to establish fixed election dates. The Liberal caucus fully supports fixed election dates but questions why, given all options, the government would choose the middle of summer permanently, and without consultation.
GUEST: Liberal MLA Braedon Clark
An update on this story: Getting few answers in brother's workplace death, woman's persistence prompt fresh look at case
GUEST: Nicole Gnazdowsky
Space tourism may be taking off, but critics not taken with its aims
GUEST: Ryan Katz-Rosene, an associate professor at the University of Ottawa's School of Political Studies
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, cancer screening and treatment have been impacted in the Maritimes and across Canada.
Now, as operations return to pre-pandemic levels of efficiency, there are still concerns about cancer patients receiving proper care.
GUEST: Kelly Wilson Cull, who is the Advocacy Director for the Canadian Cancer Society