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This skit-filled Canadian comedy show pokes fun at the Canadian government and other national happenings.
Federal Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan guest stars when This Hour Has 22 Minutes returns for its 24th season. The premiere also features a field report from the most-watched US presidential debate ever, a look at the Liberal government's spending habits, and Things get Stranger.
Catching up with Donald Trump; Agnes returns; the Rogue Tenor releases an album.
Presidential hopefuls Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton prepare for the final debate; Hipster Chef returns; the Liberal's first year in office.
A closer look at locker room talk; the left-wing media conspiracy; Trump's PR firm; alternative Halloween costumes; a new U.N. ambassador appointed.
A game of ``Settlers of Catan: Trump Edition''; Raj Binder returns; the Phoenix Ray System; Elizabeth I gives advice to Hillary Clinton.
A recap of the 2016 American presidential campaign: Donald Trump takes a polygraph test; the stories of the independent candidates; going behind the scenes for real locker room talk.
Canada reacts to the U.S. Presidential election result; environmentalist David Suzuki; lawyer/politician Peter McKay; comic/actor Tom Green.
Catching up with Donald Trump; Shaun Majumder tries convincing Peter MacKay to get into the Tory leadership race; the Hipster Chef returns; the Trudeau challenge begins.
Mark Critch races Maxime Bernier for the future of the CBC; "Catherine McKenna" breaks up with coal; Canada-US relations expert, Janet Tucker, explains how Trump's presidency will affect Canada; Elton John will not perform at the President-elect's inauguration.
Mark Critch cozies up with Tom Mulcair for a campfire at the Centennial Flame. The episode also features a Cash for Access Christmas, and we head to the Panic Room with Betty Hope.
Actors Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Jonny Harris and Annie Murphy look ahead to 2017.
Mark Critch speaks with PM Justin Trudeau; after a heated Twitter exchange with 22's Mark Critch, Scott Baio stops by the show to talk it out.
Peter Mansbridge convenes a special At Issue panel to reflect on the Tory French language debate. The episode also features Kevin O'Leary pitching to the Beaver's Den and a look at a brand new dating site.
Mark Critch talks with MP Navdeep Nains; a sneak peek at the upcoming show ``The Alternative Facts of Life''; a look at the Canadian dream.
Former Mexican President Vincente Fox speaks with Mark Critch; an interview with Tory leadership hopeful Michael Chong; PEI Witness News returns.
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