Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 19, 2016.

Manitoba election results here

Ottawa to press church groups to fulfill residential-school settlement
Trade minister 'comfortable' with decision to approve Saudi arms deal
Liberals reaffirm pledge to slash wait times at EI call centres
Ottawa wants to send 'market signal' on Canada's low-carbon future
Canadians won't accept Leap because it breaks these two rules
Liberals face powder keg with gay apology
John McCallum promises probe into immigration consultants' fees for Syrian refugees
RCMP union bill C-7 could be amended to drop health benefits changes
Jane Philpott, Bill Blair to attend UN talks on war on drugs
Catherine McKenna says cutting emissions will take time as report shows rise
Justin Trudeau says parliamentarians have role in ending sexism
Senators still owe $554K in ineligible expenses as repayments trickle in
Some Liberal backbenchers call for changes to restrictive assisted dying bill
Senator Colin Kenny faces new questions about staff tending to personal affairs
Liberals called on to declassify EMP threat info
Morneau says budget watchdog is wrong, Harper left a deficit
Brian Mulroney blasts Justin Trudeau’s handling of pipelines
Three MPs haven’t yet said a word in the House of Commons. One of them is Stephen Harper
Liberals are inflating by billions of dollars the projected size of their deficits in coming years, PBO finds
Canada defenceless against missile attack, but no ‘specific’ threats known: NORAD general
NDP should forget Leaping and Protests, Just Win Elections

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