Friday, May 6, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Friday, May 6, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Friday, May 6, 2016.

Fort McMurray Fires

Fort McMurray fire will last for weeks; may double in size by Saturday
Fort Mac revisited
Amid tragedy, an opportunity for Fort McMurray to rethink its future
The Long Road Back
First a fight, then friendship for four Fort McMurray evacuees
Fort McMurray requests for federal assistance have been met, Justin Trudeau says
Fort McMurray was always a community with heart
Saving lives one tweet at a time in Fort McMurray
How an intense fire like Fort McMurray's can create its own weather conditions
From Kandahar to Fort McMurray, a colonel does his share
Slaying the Fort McMurray 'monster': Fearsome wildfires evoke terror of mythical dragons
No nature is not to blame for the Fort McMurray fire, if only it were than simple
Heroism, generosity and kindness in Fort McMurray
For Fort McMurray, better days will come

Conservatives stall national anthem bill from MP with fatal disease
Fort McMurray underscores value of natural resources to Canada's economy: Clark
Foreign firms have unfair advantage over Cancon, committee hears
'Canada is all of us': Ailing MP Mauril Bélanger makes case for change to O Canada
Paris Agreement on climate change arrives in Canada's House of Commons
Harper Government gave Seaspan shipyard $40M contract on election day
Taxman gouges car buyers for money never spent
A historic personal debate on death is silenced
Conservatives oppose private member's bill to make national anthem gender-neutral
Liberals 'working with diligence' to remove visa requirements for Mexican travellers
Mike Duffy's battle for back pay would likely begin (and end) in the Senate Chamber
Tory leadership campaign needs fresh faces
Canada Post Review Committee Faces Quick Criticism

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