On the Show:
Tasha Kheiriddin, Wade MacLauchlan, Gilles Duceppe, Lauren Dobson-Hughes, Sandy Garossino, Pamela Goldsmith-Jones, Garnett Genuis, Ashley Csanady, Sally Housser, Michele Austin
Wade MacLauchlan explains why Prince Edward Island will start providing the first abortions on the Island since 1982.
Former Bloc Québecois leader Gilles Duceppe talks about Jean Lapierre’s death, political culture in Quebec and the NDP's plunge in a new poll.
Former Crown prosecutor Sandy Garossino, now associate editor of the National Observer, and Lauren Dobson-Hughes, president of Planned Parenthood Ottawa, discuss whether the court system could adjust to deal with sexual assault complaints.
Conservative MP Garnett Genuis, whose motion to try to save the Office of Religious Freedom was defeated last week, and Pamela Goldsmith-Jones, parliamentary secretary to the foreign affairs minister, debated whether the Liberals can achieve the same goals without the now-closed office.
The War Room with the Sally Housser, Michele Austin and the National Post’s Ashley Csanady discussed why Jian Ghomeshi’s lawyer Marie Henein has been unfairly criticized, and abortion access across the country.