CBC News: The House46:58Capitol beneath siege
‘All hell broke free’: Rep. Susan Wild on witnessing chaos on the Capitol
One photograph captured in the course of the assault on the U.S. Capitol this week exhibits Democratic Rep. Susan Wild of Pennsylvania taking cowl within the gallery overlooking the House of Representatives chamber. It’s a picture you’ve got seen in all places: she’s mendacity on the ground, one hand over her coronary heart, whereas the opposite is tightly gripped by a congressional colleague. Wild can be amongst the final of the lawmakers to be escorted from the chamber as rioters swept by way of the Capitol halls. Chris Hall spoke with Rep. Wild simply 24 hours after the assault about dwelling by way of the terrifying ordeal, returning to congressional enterprise that very same day and the way “allies and adversaries” have seen the U.S. this week.
CBC News: The House13:36‘All hell broke free’: Rep. Susan Wild on witnessing chaos on the Capitol
The ‘New American Majority’ wins out in Georgia
Overshadowed by the occasions on the Capitol was the Democratic sweep of two Georgia Senate runoff races on Tuesday, which is able to give the social gathering an efficient majority in each homes of Congress and dramatically strengthen the power of the incoming Biden administration to go its agenda. Credited with the historic win are teams just like the New Georgia Project, based by Democratic chief Stacey Abrams to register and end up new voters — significantly youthful Americans, folks of color and ladies. Chris Hall speaks with Nsé Ufot, CEO of the New Georgia Project, about how the win happened and what’s subsequent for activists like her.
CBC News: The House8:03The ‘New American Majority’ wins out in Georgia
A jurisdictional disconnect over Canada’s vaccine rollout
It was every week of jurisdictional finger-pointing for Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout. The federal authorities expressed frustration over the gradual tempo of vaccine distribution within the provinces, whereas provincial officers claimed their capability to manage doses outstripped their precise provide. Where is the disconnect between Ottawa and the provinces, and what does this imply for inoculation targets? The House speaks to retired normal Rick Hillier, who’s main Ontario’s vaccination distribution process power, and New Brunswick Health Minister Dorothy Shephard.
CBC News: The House14:58A jurisdictional disconnect over Canada’s vaccine rollout
The politics and prioritization of hockey in a pandemic
Despite rising COVID-19 caseloads in a lot of the nation, the National Hockey League is ready to restart its season subsequent week with an all-Canadian division. Stephen Smith, writer and author on Canada’s obsession with hockey, sits down with Chris Hall to speak concerning the politics of prioritizing the skilled sport. He additionally describes different durations of disaster the league confronted in the course of the Spanish Flu pandemic and the Second World War.
CBC News: The House7:00The politics and prioritization of hockey in a pandemic