Political Blind Date

A brand new season premieres January 19. Look for new episodes Tuesdays at 9 p.m.

Each episode of this six-part series brings politicians with different points of view together on a "date" to bring to life opposing perspectives on important Canadian issues.

Episodes

Air Date: February 23, 2021 - 28:02
Toronto City Councillor Jennifer McKelvie and Conservative MPP Andrea Khanjin examine how the provincial government and city can work together to address environmental issues like climate change, recycling strategies, and air pollution.
Air Date: February 16, 2021 - 28:02
Liberal MPP Michael Coteau and Coalition Avenir Québec MNA Christopher Skeete debate Québec's controversial Bill 21 which bans the wearing of religious symbols for public servants in positions of authority, including police officers and teachers.
Air Date: February 09, 2021 - 28:02
NDP MPP Taras Natyshak and Conservative MP Dave Epp explore possible solutions to the problems faced by migrant workers in Southwestern Ontario, including COVID-19 outbreaks and living conditions that some critics call inhumane.
Air Date: February 02, 2021 - 28:02
Mayor of Huron-Kinloss Mitch Twolan meets with Karen Weaver, former Mayor of Flint, Michigan on how best to safeguard the Great Lakes for the millions of Canadians and Americans who depend on it for clean drinking water.
Air Date: January 26, 2021 - 28:02
Green Party MP Elizabeth May takes on Conservative MP Cathy McLeod on the pros and cons of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion and its impact on Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities across British Columbia.
Air Date: January 19, 2021 - 28:01
NDP MPP Sara Singh and Conservative MPP Natalia Kusendova examine how to address the challenges of hospital capacity, bed shortages, and health program cuts in Ontario, pre- and post-COVID-19.