Monday, May 2, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Monday, May 2, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Monday, May 2, 2016.

The Péladeau Departure

Pierre Karl Péladeau quits as Parti Québécois leader
Péladeau steps down as PQ leader citing family concerns
Potential replacements for Péladeau as PQ leader
So long, PKP. You were federalism's best friend
Péladeau the controversial: Seven moments from his PQ leadership
What began with a fist-pump ends in tears
Pierre Karl Péladeau says he’s quitting politics for his children — less than a year after he was elected PQ leader
Farewell to the PQ's last-chance man
Pierre Karl Peladeau steps down as PQ leader
Pierre Karl Peladeau: A man of brash impulses gives in to another
Péladeau stuns political world, steps down for family reasons
PQ leader Pierre Karl Péladeau quits politics, creating much uncertainty
Stuck in the Middle avec moi: I have even more respect for Julie Snyder after Tout le monde en parle
PKP's announcement he is quitting politics sends shockwaves throughout Quebec
Five quotes from Pierre Karl Péladeau's resignation speech

RCMP recruitment changes necessary to meet need for more  officers
Rona Ambrose made 'solemn vow' not to run for Tory leadership, Tony Clement says
Mike Duffy makes quiet return to Parliament Hill
Ottawa to talk compensation with dairy farmers for Canada-EU trade deal
'Diefenbaby' George Dryden, who claimed Diefenbaker as father, dead at 47
Ottawa toughening energy efficiency regulations by 2020
The long-form census is back, it's online - and this time, it's mandatory
RCMP seek access to Panama Papers as part of tax evasion investigation
Trudeau's representative in Senate to name deputy, whip
Feds quietly paid $75-million Lac Mégantic settlement
MPs debate late into night to pass assisted dying bill before June deadline
Put changes in writing, Afghan vets tell Liberals as lawsuit settlement looms
Trudeau waiting for Bombardier's controlling owners to blink
Prince Harry bares his soul in Toronto visit
Our feel good PM gets a free pass
Liberals keep driving recklessly in reverse trying to damage their Conservative foes
Listen, there’s nothing we couldn’t fix in this country if we only had looser lobbying rules
Kurdish battle with Iraqi forces raises questions about Canadian military training
No plan to stop calling Iran a state sponsor of terror, Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion says
Don't shut down Leap, Embrace its Discontents

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