Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 12, 2016.

For the NDP, the only place now is at the far left of political spectrum
A distracted opposition leaves Trudeau with a smoother ride - for now
NDP's leap is the Waffle reborn
Group plans to put a woman in every House of Commons seat
A less political budget will be a more transparent budget
NDP lost the left to Justin Trudeau before rejecting Tom Mulcair
EU Commission delays decision on Canada, U.S. visas to July 12
NDP brothers and sisters left between a manifesto and a premier
Desperation in Attawapiskat, where First Nation leaders fear for the young
Dean Del Mastro out of jail pending appeal of his appeal
Tom Mulcair, beaten and rejected, stands tall in House
Rational calculations aren't always at root of political decisions
Thomas Mulcair's very Canadian execution
Has the NDP become redundant?
Trudeau getting it on pipelines. NDP? Not so much
Mulcair returns, and hammers Trudeau Liberals over broken promises
Mulcair lost by bowing to Islamism
The Leap Manifesto may be the best friend the oilpatch has ever had
Jean Chretien's solution for struggling Attawapiskat reserve: they should move
Conservatives demand justice minister return money from ‘sordid’ $500-a-plate fundraiser
Liberals are right to cancel charitable breaks
Harper returns! The former prime minister finally delivers a public speech … in Las Vegas
Six Key Divides New Democrats Must Tackle
Mulcair's Election Campaign Mistakes Were Fatal Wounds

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