Sunday, April 17, 2016
Ottawa Observations: Saturday and Sunday April 16-17, 2016
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 16 & 17, 2016.
Senators mull delaying passage of 'flawed' assisted-death bill
Legal misstep let Catholics off hook for residential schools compensation
Will this 'latte-swilling' Toronto power couple save or doom the NDP?
Reality bites Trudeau: Rhetoric is easy, governing isn't
A look at the Leap Manifesto that is dividing the NDP
New parental leave rules may mean dedicated time off for dad
Guaranteed income: Evolving technology, movement away from 9-to-5 driving discussion
Liberals have met only bare minimum with assisted-dying bill
Canada's activist Supreme Court trashes tough-on-crime laws, boosts Métis
Many migrants are still treated as dangerous 'invaders'
NDP rebuild has luck on its side
Missing for Conservatives in Quebec: Excitement
Tory leadership rules are exclusive, expensive
Liberals’ pragmatism makes opposition’s job tougher
Canada Revenue Agency struggling to collect taxes as total uncollected debt soars 110 per cent to $38 billion
Liberals reopen debate 11 years after Martin government opted not to join U.S. ballistic missile defence
A New Democratic .... Pirate Party?
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