Sunday, May 1, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from April 30 & May 1, 2016.

Trudeau 'crystal clear' on pipelines - and completely vague
Canada Revenue recoups dodgy dollars to close tax gap
Federal government backs move to liberalize flow of alcohol between provinces
Trudeau says Ottawa continues to negotiate with Bombardier
Veterans advocate says let doctors decide on medical marijuana
Conservative senator says 'we're not getting answers so far' from government representative
'They were taking me away to be the main hostage for ransom': NDP MP Nathan Cullen
Bank of Canada announces list of women being considered for bank note
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hints feds will fund Montreal light rail
Don't change the rules to let Ambrose run for leader
Malcolm lays out PM's cynical agenda on immigration in new book
After Six months in office, give Trudeau a 'B', while his cabinet's success is a mixed bag
Tories should target the Liberals’ three soft spots — defence, deficits and accountability
Death and taxes: Who to call if your refund is late or the CRA wrongly declares your demise
‘One in three people suffer from depression and your MPP was one of them’: Lisa MacLeod’s private war
Mike Duffy may return to Senate this week after three drama-filled years off the job 
Good times and bad, the winds always blow money in Bombardier’s direction
Postal workers ready for new battle after Harper law struck down

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