Thursday, April 14, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, Aprl 14, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 14, 2016.

Liberals decide to play it safe on assisted-death legislation
Canada violating international law with Saudi arms sale: expert
Métis, non-status Indians win Supreme Court battle over rights
The Supreme Court ruling on Métis: A roadmap to nowhere
Sorry, pundits of Canada. The Leap will bring us together
Via Rail ready to roll out plan for faster service along Quebec-Ontario route
'Medical aid in dying' law strikes a good balance
NDP turmoil not necessarily good news for Liberals
Why the ruckus over the Leap Manifesto?
Key players in the right-to-die decision and debate
Doctor assisted dying bill restricted to adults facing 'foreseeable' death
Revenue minister to face questions over CRA's secret deal with KPMG
First Nations leaders discuss health emergencies at Commons committee today
Trudeau's Senate leader asks for $800K office budget
Unanimous ruling says Ottawa has jurisdiction over all indigenous people
On Saudi Arms deal, the new boss in Ottawa is just like the old boss
RCMP spouses and retired Mounties speak up over contentious bill
Proceed with caution on euthanasia law
Canadian politics takes a leap to the left
Time running out to upgrade Canada’s aging CF-18 jets
Ottawa introduces long-awaited law on assisted dying, spelling out how seriously ill may end lives
My advice to NDP: Look Before You Leap. Then Leap

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