Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene from Tuesday May 10, 2016

Fort McMurray Fires

Too soon to assess impact of oil disruption on Alberta economy: Notley
Fort McMurray wildfire leaves livelihoods in limbo
Retailers pitch in to help Fort McMurray wildfire evacuees
Alberta premier says it's important for oiilsands to restart, Trudeau set to visit Fort McMurray
Shell Canada reopens first oilsands mine shut down by Fort McMurray fires
Where the Fort McMurray wildfire is now and why it will take months to extinguish
Fort McMurray Wildfire: Justin Trudeau to survey damage on Friday
Debunking the Fort McMurray rumours: No, the fire wasn’t started by ISIL, eco-terrorists or Rachel Notley
Wildfires will always happen, but Canadians forgetting safety lessons they teach us
After fire came for his city, Fort McMurray chief addresses it as an almost personal foe

Liberals to announce committee to study electoral reform
Liberals shut down one round of debate on first budget bill
Ottawa's hiring wave to bolster federal science at sea
Discharge rule for disabled soldiers must stay in place, general says
It's time Canada spoke out to help save Europe's grand federalism experiment
With the Big 150 in sight, Canada is ready to party
Canada, U.S. establish working group to tackle no-fly errors: Goodale
Putting Ottawa's commitment on indigenous rights to the test
National Defence owes federal treasury $147M for unauthorized expenses
Justice Minister promises 'quick process' for selecting judges in bid to end courts backlog
Liberals hope to move forward with electoral reform committee
Canada officially adopts UN declaration on rights of Indigenous Peoples
Canada Revenue Agency scouring Panama Papers for possible tax cheats
Trudeau OKs Canadian dollars for foreign abortion services
Budget watchdog says Liberal broken promises cost jobs
Curious torpor from Liberals on major, important issues involving Quebec
Via Rail plan says its ‘survival’ at risk if it doesn’t get access to dedicated track, fleet upgrade
How do you make Parliament even more excruciating to watch? Accuse the other guys of delaying a dying man’s wish
Embracing a UN right to make things more difficult to build

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