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NDP Leader Tom Mulcair squares off with ... himself. And a truck-lovin' man finds a new kind of romance.
Tonight on 22 Minutes, the leaders duke it out in our national election debate; and getting schooled by Canada's Nobel Prize winner.
Tonight, 22 Minutes offers up its election results special - who won, who lost, and who are we laughing at?!
Coming up tonight on 22 Minutes, we've got all of the election fall-out you can handle; plus the Settlers of Catanada look for deals in wheat, oil and wood.
We witness the return of Thomas Mulcair; check in with perennial interim leader Bob Rae; and investigate what's next for the Marijuana Party.
Tonight on 22 Minutes, it's the return of the Hipster Chef; plus we offer up a musical ode to Trudeau's Sunny Ways.
We touch base with new cabinet minister Scott Brison on how the Trudeau government is doing so far; and offer a glimpse into the Mike Duffy trial.
Mark Critch shows new Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan the Parliamentary ropes; and we check in with Green Party Leader Elizabeth May from the Climate Conference in Paris.
22 Minutes takes on the Holidays in this one-hour comedy special.
Shaun Majumder travels to the world's most northern, inhabited community; we check out a new game called Boot to the Junk; and discover a hot new invention: careless drivers.
Mark Critch interviews Kevin O'Leary about his political intentions; our Canadian take on the 100 Years of Beauty videos.
Mrs. Enid is popular on ``The Bachelor''; Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau records an album; the Newfoundland Cowboy rights a historic wrong.
Mark Critch and Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi talk pipelines; and Shaun Majumder goes to Iowa for a look at the American presidential race.
A sneak peek at the latest ``Anne of Green Gables'' series; a Cirque du Soleil-infused NBA halftime show.
The Best of Justin Trudeau in sketches and interviews, including highlights in a barbershop, boxing ring and on a tour bus.
We pull out all the musical stops with highlights including Get Duffy, Sexy Climate Change and Fresh Prince of Rideau.
We interview Peter Mansbridge about his alter-ego, Peter Moosebridge. We also visit Canada's Environment Minister, Catherine McKenna, on her home turf, and glean some US political wisdom from comedian Rich Little.
Ottawa secrets are revealed with the closing of renowned watering hole, Hy's; and we investigate government transparency and Americans coming to Canada.
Mark Critch reports from the State visit to Washington; we look into the new Conservative party; and we can't help wondering: what's up with hockey hair?
What the White House would look like under President Donald Trump; Trudeau is toast; Mary Walsh interviews Premier Kathleen Wynne.