Thursday, April 28, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, April 28, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 28, 2016.

Tax-cheat crackdown nets $1-billion more than expected, CRA data show
Canada, in change of heart, decided to keep historic official residence in Rome
Court to decide on making residential school compensation process public
Four more regions close to receiving expanded EI benefits, Ottawa says
U.S. secretary warns of Arctic 'climate refugees' in meeting with McKenna
National Defence paralyzed by 'risk intolerance,' retired admiral says
Three lessons to draw from the Saudi arms deal controversy
Why Trudeau must approve one of these pipelines
Whether we pay ransoms or not, terrorists won't be deterred
Chronic pain sufferers could be refused opioids as Liberals ditch anti-tampering plan, doctors warn
Trudeau right to say Canada doesn't pay ransoms, but should have said it sooner: former Liberal MP
Daesh is doomed, Canada's top general says during dramatic visit to Iraq
Cap-and-trade best way for Canada to reduce emissions
With First Nations snub, Trudeau shows contempt for media
Unpaid public servants told to ask for emergency cheques
Mike Duffy's expenses: 'The matter is closed," senior senators say
Liberal MP Doug Eyofson breaks ranks with party on Air Canada bill
CBC Board Member Resigns to seek Conservative Presidency

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