Friday, May 13, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Friday, May 13, 2106

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Friday, May 13, 2016

Fort McMurray Fires

Fort McMurray blaze could rejuvenate animal habitats, expert says
Production returning to Alberta oil sands after Fort McMurray fire
Justin Trudeau tours wildfire-ravaged Fort McMurray, meets slayers of 'the beast'
Trudeau's crisis test: Fort McMurray visit will be closely scrutinized
Justin Trudeau taken aback by scenes of devastation in Fort McMurray
After Fort McMurray fire, Alberta copes with 'second disaster' of misguided donations
Trudeau lands in Fort McMurray and gets a first-hand look at the devastated, fire-ravaged neighbourhoods
The Other Fire: Fort McMurray's Slow Burn

Liberal endorsement of UN declaration 'mutually beneficial': AFN Chief
Canadians don't want major changes to Cancon rules, poll finds
Opposition rejects move to extend assisted-dying debate
How the West can lead on climate and energy
Tories ask Australian adviser what went wrong in federal election
NDP satellite office saga in Federal Court as controversy continues
Rona takeover by Lowe's gets OK from Ottawa and Competition Bureau
Order of Canada ceremony invests 48 new recipients, including NBA star Steve Nash
National security oversight committee coming by summer, says Ralph Goodale
Proposed regulations would allow doctors to prescribe heroin to addicts
Transgender rights legislation coming 'very shortly'
Opposition says Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is out of touch with ordinary struggles
NDP satellite office controversy lands in Federal Court
Basketball star Steve Nash among Order of Canada honourees
Electoral reform won't necessarily make Canada more democratic
Why Canada is justified in selling arms to the Saudis
Sophie’s whinging about her schedule couldn’t have been more off-message for a party all about the middle class
‘The political wife as ornament’: Sophie Gregoire Trudeau’s bid for more staff revives old debate
Conservatives and NDP blast Trudeau’s wife for wanting extra staff to help with her official duties
NDP’s satellite office saga lands in Federal Court as issue continues to bedevil party
Bleeding to death from a self-inflicted wound: Senator Patrick Brazeau reveals his darkest hour
Veteran MP Michael Chong expected to enter Conservative leadership race
A guide to arguments having nothing to do with electoral reforms
Conservative rails against Trudeau's government of death' as anti-abortion rally draws smallest crowd in years
Elizabeth May vows to find best voting system for Canada

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