Sunday, May 15, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, May 14 and 15, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Saturday and Sunday, May 14-15, 2016

Fort McMurray Fires

Alberta SPCA continues rescue efforts for Fort McMurray pets
How Fort McMurray residents will be reunited with abandoned cars and trucks
Oil Sands producers helping workers affected by Fort McMurray wildfire
Fort McMurray residents pore over new app to see how fire damaged their town
It ‘wasn’t a fluke’: Canadians have yet to grasp ’amazing’ work that saved Fort McMurray, Trudeau says
‘Sure enough, there’s the little frigger’: Best place for a cat to hide from Fort McMurray fire? Inside a stove
Fort McMurray's Communist moment

Liberal bill seeks to safeguard Canadian transgender community
Does a politician's spouse deserve taxpayer support
We're No. 2! And that's pretty darn good
New Democrats set to name Tom Mulcair's replacement in fall of 2017
Long debate to assisted dying law becomes rushed paper chase top push bill before deadline
NDP sets leadership convention for fall of 2017
Maxime Bernier officially launches bid for Tory leadership
Hyeon Soo Lim: Ottawa urged to step up pressure to gain release from North Korean prison
NATO vs. Putin sabre-rattling raises Cold War concerns
The hacking of tall poppy Sophie Grégoire Trudeau
Paul Martin, the deficit-slayer, praises 1st Morneau budget despite hefty price tag
How Trudeau ruined a feel-good story
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau should have help she needs to fill her role
Time to ground No-Fly lists
Trudeau mustn't forget power flows from the people
Trudeau must explain pot law
Canada doesn't need a First Lady
Electoral reform debate missing the bigger issue
It's OK now, Stockwell Day, all's forgiven
Is there anything the Liberals won’t study to death?
Canadian hostage dies on June 13 unless $16 million ransom paid, says Filipino terrorist group Abu Sayyaf
Case of ex-Tory staffer convicted in robocalls scandal goes before appeal court
Hold the whip: Liberal backbenchers explore newfound freedom to vote against government
Maxime Bernier officially launches Tory leadership campaign in Quebec as race poised to heat up NDP’s satellite office saga lands in Federal Court as issue continues to bedevil party

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