Monday, April 18, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Monday, April 18, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 18, 2016.

Ottawa called out on residential-school settlement shortfall
Health Canada to explore national plan to deal with opioid abuse
Dion takes responsibility for pushing through Saudi arms deal
Improving life for indigenous people is everyone's responsibility
Tories attack Freeland over trip that included spot on Bill Maher talk show
Attawapiskat youth question lack of supports as minister visits community
Trudeau must answer this question about electoral reform: Why?
Albertans still fuming over the NDP's Leap Manifesto
Canada should close the foreign aid gap
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel say she has face sexism, unwanted touching
5 years of tax industry parties and receptions with CRA staff
Attawapiskat youth urges Canada to 'open its eyes' to First Nations communities
Conservatives, Liberals spar over expenses for Chrystia Freeland's L. A. stopover
Greenhouse gases in Canada continued to rise through 2014: Environment Canada
Jason Kenney had $183,000 for needy Conservative candidates in 2015 election
Liberals targeted four B. C. ridings with party funds to help campaigns: analysis
Tom Mulcair questions whether Alberta venue for NDP convention cost him
Federal spending spiked during final scramble to meet Syrian refugee deadline
To win, NDP leaders should reject Leap
Media at Justin Trudeau's feet
Trudeau’s point man in Senate aims to regain public’s respect for red chamber 
Remember that $500-per-head Liberal fundraiser? Jody Wilson-Raybould wishes you didn’t
Liberal minister on hot seat during visit to Attawapiskat
NDP blast Liberals decision to consider joining U.S. missile defence system
NDP already working to Bridge the Leap, Says MP Nathan Cullen

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