Monday, May 9, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Monday, May 9, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Monday, May 9, 2016

Fort McMurray Fires

Nearly 90 per cent of Fort McMurray still intact, 2,400 structures lost
Dozens of Fort McMurray evacuees fall sick at Edmonton facility
In Fort McMurray, residents without a home have lost more than four walls
'No need to accept' international offers of help fighting fires: Trudeau
Trudeau turns down Russian, U.S., Mexican offers to help fight Fort McMurray wildfires
Energy industry shifts focus to restarting Alberta oil output
Fort McMurray wildfire: Media survey damage on escorted tour
Fort McMurray is 'still alive,' fire chief says - but safety concerns linger
Fort McMurray's Irish workers find a piece of home in Edmonton
'Ocean of fire' gives way to reveal a Fort McMurray still largely intact
Climate change should be linked to Alberta inferno
PM Trudeau should be in Alberta
Environmental radicals hate humanity
For McMurray oilsands hater Tom Moffat is an idiot, but he's free to share his idiocy

First Nations leaders want to rethink residential schools agreement
CRA to investigate Canadians named in Panama Papers
Canada's only NDP government may have to distance itself from the federal party
It's as Canadian as ... the long-form census
Committee rejects amendment for advance assisted-dying requests
Trudeau says Obama personally invited mom, in-laws to state dinner
Justin system can't wait for judicial appointments review, say judges
Early opposition amendments to assisted dying bill rejected by Liberals
Barack Obama invited Margaret Trudeau to state dinner, Prime Minister says
Canada removing objector status to UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Justin Trudeau pledges $785M over 3 years to fight AIDS, TB and malaria
Trudeau turns down Russian, U.S., Mexican offers to help fight Fort McMurray wildfires
Assisted dying legislation a unique window into Parliament's soul
Mauril BĂ©langer's brave fight for a more inclusive national anthem
Attawapiskat's woe's not easily undone

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