On the Show:
Tasha Kheiriddin, Mark Towey, Joe Oliver, Brian Jean, Kamran Bokhari, Geoff Norquay, Bob Richardson
Mark Towey remembers Rob Ford on the day of his funeral in Toronto. He says the tribute to Ford was amazing and drew so many people around the city.
Former Conservative cabinet minister Joe Oliver talks about Rob Ford's legacy, political culture in Canada and Justin Trudeau's first federal budget.
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean says the Liberal EI plan has decided to arbitrarily exclude some of the hardest hit regions in Alberta and that building pipelines would be the best way to help Alberta.
Kamran Bokhari says on the threat of ISIS or other terrorists getting a hold of nuclear weapons that by and large it's very difficult for non-state actors to get access to them. As Justin Trudeau heads to Washington for the Nuclear Security Summit, Bokhari says Canada has traditionally punched below its weight on this issue.
The War Room with Geoff Norquay and Bob Richardson weigh in on Rob Ford's legacy, political fundraising and the death of Jean Lapierre.