Friday, April 29, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Friday, April 29, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 29, 2016.

The full report card: Six months in, how well are the Liberals doing at keeping their promises
Presenting: The all-Purpose Justin Trudeau Speech
Good times and bad, the winds always blow money in Bombardier's direction
Conservative MPs launch a 'Draft Rona' campaign to allow Ambrose to seek permanent leadership
Give the Liberals an "A" for effort
The challenge for the Conservatives is staying united in an era of Trudeau
New Democratic Party faces challenge to stay relevant six months after trouncing
The best of Ottawa's new MPs
Justin Trudeau hauls water jugs, talks to school kids on trip to isolated reserve with Vice documentary team
'Not ruling it out': Jason Kenney weighing Conservative leadership bid but 'not close' to a decision yet
Rona Ambrose would be Tory leadership favourite if allowed to run, poll of party supporters finds
The 'corrosive truth' behind discrimination of gay public servants
CRA has yet to pay any rewards under tax-cheat tip line
Tories press Ontario Liberals to name firms given billions in grants, loans
Morneau softens deficit predictions as Ottawa runs surplus in February
Most popular replacement for Harper is one candidate who can't run: poll
Why carbon tax is better than cap-and-trade
Canada Revenue recoups dodgy dollars to close tax gap
Liberals should beware 'deliverology' guru
Canada Revenue Agency's tax compliance crackdown reaps more money than expected
Philippine military hopeful raids may spur hostage release
Canadian-supported medical clinic in Syria destroyed
Liberals won over Muslims by huge margin in 2015: poll suggests
Ottawa posts $7.5B surplus for 11 months of previous fiscal year
Bombardier bailout likely still needed despite Delta deal
Harper stalwarts missing in Tory leadership poll, and that says something
Saudi Arms Deal Signals Mideast Betrayal

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