Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 26, 2016.

Churches escape residential-school settlement obligations in wake of Catholic deal
Alberta's carbon tax brining Canada closer to new pipeline, Notley says
Trudeau rules out ransom for hostages as rescue mission explored
Time to get First Nations beyond a chronic sate of emergency
Why it's tough for the Tories to hold Trudeau to account
Polls show that NDP is suffering on both the party brand and leadership fronts
Human rights tribunal orders Ottawa to ensure services for aboriginal kids
Liberals petitioned to hold inquiry into Afghan torture allegations
Liberals adding tourism, recreational works to infrastructure program
The frustrations of being Governor-General
Canadian hostage's murder tests Trudeau's mettle
Does assisted dying law pass the constitutional test?
A much-changed Senate chamber awaits Mike Duffy's return
Duffy may have gotten off, but not the Senate
Trudeau is no Kennedy
Bombardier in line for another bailout in name of ‘national unity’
Canada 'does not and will not' pay ransom to terrorists, Justin Trudeau says
Trudeau says rainforest no place for pipelines, as Enbridge eyes alternative endpoints for Gateway
David Del Mastro trial on charge of illegal campaign financing down to evidence vs. common sense ‘An unequivocal act of integrity’: Harper’s lawyer defends former-PM’s role in Duffy affair
Dogwood initiative fundraising letter raises prospect of Trudeau betrayal
DND bureaucrats 'torpedoed' former Tory government's attempts to buy warships
John Ridsdel's execution renews debate over whether to pay ransoms
Trudeau says Canada 'does not and will not pay ransom to terrorists'
Tribunal orders federal government to ensure services for Aboriginal kids
'This is history in the making': Sask. First nations leaders meet with Justin Trudeau
RCMP's Mike Duffy investigation praised in memo from senior Mountie
Problems continue to plague public service pay system

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