On the Show:
Arlene Bynon, Selcuk Unal, Grand Chief Serge Otsi Simon, Demetrius Minor, Michele Austin, Bob Richardson, Sally Housser
Turkish Ambassador Selcuk Unal says Turkey will wait and see what Syria peace talks in Geneva produce and whether Russia will pull out all its resources from Syria and whether bombings of civilians will cease.
Grand Chief Serge "Otsi" Simon of the Mohawk of Kanesatake says if the Canadian government won't follow the law with regards to pipelines on First Nations land, then maybe First Nations shouldn't follow the laws either. He says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hasn't consulted enough with First Nations along the pipeline and that the National Energy Board is stacked in the energy industry's favour.
Conservative U.S. commentator, blogger and minister Demetrius Minor says he can't support the GOP if Donald trump is a member. He says the Republican Party should have denounced Trump a long time ago but has instead enabled Trump to have a pulpit for racist speech and provoking violence.
The War Room with Michele Austin, Bob Richardson and Sally Housser debate two parties at a crossroads, the NDP and the Conservative Party of Canada. How will the two parties stay relevant in Justin Trudeau's Canada?