Monday, April 11, 2016
Ottawa Observations: Monday, April 11, 2016
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 11, 2016.
Federally appointed courts grow restive as Ottawa slow to fill vacancies
Mulcair's 'marginal' presence at NDP convention seals leadership fate
Why the NDP was right to hand Tom Mulcair his walking papers
Mulcair's ouster lays bare the two types of promises leaders make
The Leap Manifesto: What is it, and what it could mean for the NDP's future?
Leap Manifesto 'makes no sense' for B.C., NDP Leader John Horgan says
Trudeau to offer apology in House for 1914 Komagata Maru incident
Crackdown on Canada's tax dodgers should include naming and shaming
Liberal budget still doesn't add up, even with a few grains of salt
Jody Wilson-Raybould defends $500-a-plate fundraiser
CBC declines to turn over Panama Papers data to CRA
CRA adds more staff to crack down on tax cheats, Diane Lebouthillier says
Liberals restore name of feminist icon Thérèse Casgrain to volunteer award
Jane Goodall meets Justin Trudeau on Parliament Hill
Tom Muclair left New Democrats wanting more, now looking for what's next
Komagata Maru: Justin Trudeau to apologize for 1914 incident
1st private member's bill seeks to boost charitable donations as House returns
NDP aftermath: An early look at potential candidates to replace Tom Mulcair
Why not regulate budgeting like we do banks?
The NDP champagne elites vs. the little guy
Hold Liberals to account during leadership races
Trudeau convinced that pipeline strategy must be top priority
Was it the NDP’s electoral defeat that felled Mulcair? Or some manifestly bad ideas?
Don’t feel bad for Thomas Mulcair. Feel bad for Rachel Notley
NDP has returned to its traditional status as a protest party with no hope of winning
The party is over — and I don’t just mean the New Democratic one
Suitability for Arctic defence, lower cost may put F-35s on Liberals’ radar
Liberals considering privatizing search and rescue operations as part of Canadian Forces review
Thomas Mulcair was the first victim of the Great Schism That's about to Swallow the NDP
Can the NDP ever be taken seriously as a national government?