Friday, April 15, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Friday, April 15, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 15, 2016.

Don't write the NDP obituary just yet
Supreme Court strikes down Tories' tough-on-crime laws
Suicide-prevention project serving Attawapiskat fell short of vision
Liberals were warned of human-rights issues before Saudi arms deal approval
Assisted-dying bill lacks clear criteria for qualifying conditions, critics say
Federal talks over Bombardier bailout stalls over dual class shares
'Don't get me started': Trudeau gives quick quantum computing lesson
The Leap Manifesto is a prescription for economic ruin
Canada announces funding for Syria's neighbours hosting refugees
The bills for treatment of aboriginal people are coming due
Did the Governor General say too much on refugees and the niqab?
Ottawa releases redacted report on human rights in Saudi Arabia
U.S. climate envoy softens tone on Canada's 'dirty' oilsands
Liberals onside with public opinion on doctor-assisted dying legislation
Supreme Court strikes down 2 Conservative sentencing reforms
RCMP refugee screening a $16M flog, says internal report
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau affirms $50M for physics think-tank in Waterloo, Ontario
As Liberals defend Saudi arms deal, U.S. report highlights human rights concerns
Trudeau's citizenship policies are about scoring votes
Tom Mulcair deserved better
Moving is the only hope for communities like Attawapiskat
Why Quebec’s Cree are thriving while misery reigns across James Bay at Attawapiskat
At last, reconciliation with First Nations actually seems possible
Parts of assisted-death bill ‘not good enough,’ Liberal MP who co-chaired committee says
NDP Now Has Chance to End 13 Years of Error
Justin Trudeau's quantum leap

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