Thursday, May 12, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, May 12, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Thursday May 12, 2016

Fort McMurray Fires

Fort McMurray not safe for residents to re-enter, officials say
Enbridge restarts pipeline production after Fort McMurray fire
It's time to implement a long-dormant plan for managing wildfires
Fire crews fight hot spots in Fort McMurray as damage assessment plans made for clean up
Fort McMurray residents face job uncertainty amid wildfire evacuation
Nuclear safety specialists to check out radiological devices in Fort McMurray
Darby Allen, Fort McMurray regional fire chief takes a step back
Edmonton Emergency Relief Society calls need for supplies a 'desperate situation'
Fort McMurray still faces fire threat, officials say

Dion rejects law targeting Russian human-rights violators
Who owns the vote: the parties or the people?
Liberal's process for electoral reform leaves little room for compromise
Poilievre asks Liberals to help Telus promote cheap Internet plan
Postal Banking an investment worth delivering
An innovation strategy, please
Polish President wants more Canadian troops to deter Russia's 'expansionist, imperial policy'
Partisan interests difficult to avoid in election reform debate
Adopting UN Indigenous rights declaration requires reform of Canada's laws: AFN
Liberal pursuit of electoral reform off to a difficult start
Portrait of PM Paul Martin who ruled from the cheap seats
Liberals’ electoral reform scheme that seemed so bold during campaign falling flat on arrival
Stephen Harper had plan to unite Alberta’s right as Conservative Party
Canada’s NDP, so afraid to tread on toes that it can’t take a step

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