Senate, spies and #FixThatHouse on Wednesdays with Kady
New revelations on the Mike Duffy RCMP investigation, allegations of industrial espionage along with new insight into one of Canada's most secretive agencies, your ideas to #FixThatHouse and next week's throne speech - so much to talk about in this week's live chat with Kady O'Malley that we brought in guest Evan Solomon.
We started with your questions about the latest Senate expenses details and your comments and questions about the Communications Security Establishment and the controversy over allegations of spying in the Brazilian mining industry.
And Evan Solomon, host of CBC News Network's Power & Politics and CBC Radio's The House, joined us to hear what you want to see in next week's speech from the throne and your ideas to #FixThatHouse.
Read a recap of the chat in the window below.
Mobile users, follow the live chat here.
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