Thursday, May 19, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, May 19, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Thursday, May 19, 2016.

Fort McMurray Fires

Cooler weather gives firefighters hope as Fort McMurray blaze spreads
Fort McMurray faces long road to recovery
Weather shift aids fight to keep Fort McMurray at bay near oil sands
Fort McMurray wildfire spreads into Saskatchewan
Fort McMurray wildfire expands into Saskatchewan
Fort McMurray wildfire burns across provincial border into Saskatchewan, expanding to 505,000 hectares
Employers should have plans in place for tragedies like the Fort McMurray fires

Justin has a temper tantrum
Why Trudeau's tussle will likely lead to a crackdown on cabinet
Trudeau's sunny ways image takes a major hit
What was Justin Trudeau thinking? He wasn't
Justin Trudeau apologetic and castigated after elbowing his way into trouble
Justin Trudeau's elbow punctuates his least sunny day
Liberals had been elbows-up before Justin Trudeau got physcial
Reaction to dust-up in Parliament is over-the-top ridiculous
Trudeau apologizes over Commons scuffle as controversial motion withdrawn
Trudeau tries to und fuddle-duddle damage
Trudeau behaved like a spoiled brat
Actions louder than words
Diagram of Justin Trudeau’s ‘elbow’ play: The PM was clearly out of bounds
A scene by scene look at what happened when chaos erupted in the House of Commons
As Trudeau apologizes, passage of bill that sparked fracas becomes almost impossible
Justin Trudeau has apologized five times in the past 24 hours (three of them were for himself)
Commons 'incident' shreds Liberal legislative agenda and shakes confidence in Trudeau
'I expect better behaviour from myself’: Justin Trudeau apologizes again for House of Commons scuffle
No, Justin Trudeau is not Jian Ghomeshi and to suggest as much is insulting to survivors
'I was elbowed in the chest by the prime minister,’ Brosseau says, as Tory MP says he asked PM to let go of him
What sparked the Parliamentary Brawl?
Revenue Agency routinely failed to meet Access to Information deadlines on KPMG
Transgender rights bill long overdue
No criminal charges will be laid’: Pamela Wallin will not face Senate expense charges, RCMP says

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