Sunday, May 8, 2016

Ottawa Observations, Saturday/Sunday May 7 and 8, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Saturday/Sunday, May 7 and 8, 2016.

Fort McMurray Fires

Fire has spread less than expected as a result of weather and first-responders
Firefighters make progress in controlling inferno, Notley to visit Fort McMurray
Fort McMurray fire chief has become human face of efforts to fight blaze
Saskatchewan on high alert for wildfire, but 'no imminent threat' to residents, officials say
No end in sight to oil-sands shutdowns
Trudeau, Notley rising up to challenge of Fort McMurra crisis - so far
Fort McMurray fire damage 'puts a lump in your throat': volunteer firefighter
Change in weather slows growth of Fort McMurray fire
Russian offer to send water bombers to fight Fort McMurray fire in limbo
Alberta premier chokes up ahead of visit to wildfire-ravaged Fort McMurray
'Gramps I think we lost our city': Fort McMurray families unsure when they can return home
The world has changed completely for the 90,000 from Fort Mac
Eye-stinging smoke, scored earth and the non-uniformed are arrested on sight
Fort McMurray gets some hope: Wildfire hasn’t grown as rapidly as expected, premier says
Rebuilding Fort Mac, and Our Energy Economy
Fort Mac Blaze: Brace for a New Era of Infernos

Not enough resources for Syrian refugees in Canada: poll
Liberals set to introduce bill on the Canada-U.S. border
Canada to shift position on UN Declaration on Rights of Indigenous Peoples
First Nation leaders call for action from Justin Trudeau on Attawapiskat suicide crisis
Justin Trudeau's social media skills catch eye of White House
New election technology could bring end to searching voter lists speed up result times
Time for Trudeau to risk some political capital
All Smoke No fire in Lac Megantic settlement
Liberals’ promise to repeal Conservative legislation would open the floodgates to marriage fraud
Justin Trudeau needs to evolve from stuntman to statesman
NDP members divided over timing of leadership vote as party faces worst fundraising results since 2011
Christy Clark slams Trump on trade, warns of 'poisoned' relations

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