Monday, April 25, 2016

Ottawa Observations, Monday, April 25, 2016



Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 25, 2016.



Canadian killed by terrorist group in Philippine, another held hostage
Kidnapping of Canadians is Trudeau's first time confronting a terror crisis
Elizabeth May wins strong endorsement in leadership review
What Trudeau needs to learn from Harper and the Duffy trial
Liberals hopeful pipeline approval process will be sped up
Senators should know: actions don't have to be illegal to be wrong
Family devastated after John Ridsdel killed by captors in Phillipines
Justin Trudeau condemns killing of Canadian hostage John Ridsdel
Martin, Chr├ętien portraits to hang side by side, with a pillar in between
Marijuana activist Jodie Emery seeks spot of federal task force on pot
Rachel Notley brings revamped pipeline pitch to federal cabinet retreat
Legalizing pot won't snuff out organized crime, report warns
Liberal infrastructure changes mean funding for ferries, small roads
Can Canada strike proper balance on rights and security?
Radical reboot of Canada's Foreign policy
PM should lead charge to wipe out killer terrorists
Don't negotiate with terrorists
John Ridsdel was an adventurer, but he was no cowboy
Second Canadian still held hostage by al-Qaida-linked terrorists in Philippines
Canadian government was ‘very directly involved’ helping John Ridsdel’s family: Bob Rae
Funding government projects through public pension plans is a terrible idea
Enbridge eyes alternate B.C. ports for Northern Gateway as Notley discusses possibility with Trudeau
Enbridge’s Northern Gateway resuscitated as Trudeau wavers on tanker moratorium
'I’ve seen real progress’: Pricey British governance guru coaches up the Trudeau cabinet
Federal government resists calls to end Ukraine visa requirements




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