Friday, January 20, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, January 20, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Friday, January 20, 2017.

Trudeau congratulates Trump, citing close economic and security ties
Trudeau receptive to $12.6 billion social housing request, mayors say
Trudeau holds call with premiers to reassure them over Canada-U.S. relationship
'Embrace change': Canada cautioned to keep cool for Trump
Prior leaks of navy info were on RCMP's radar before vice-admiral's removal
Canada cuts $48M in tariffs to boost food manufacturing
Vet who challenged Trudeau in London, Ontario denied caregiver allowance
French a major advantage for Conservative Leadership contenders
Automakers fearful of Trump administration uncertainty Bains tells Davos
Canadian property searches from U.S. way up after Donald Trump elected
Justin Trudeau congratulates Donald Trump
Convulsing America elephant will test Justin Trudeau's agility
Justin Trudeau well positioned to deal with Donald Trump
Canada has survived worse U.S. presidents than Donald Trump
How Justin Trudeau can work with Donald Trump
Trudeau's progress on his agenda will be affected by course of U.S. under Trump
Trudeau congratulates Trump, citing 'robust' trade and security ties
Another Dragon entering political ring?
Oh no ... It really looks like Justin Trudeau, truly, deeply believes all those silly Liberal myths
The World Changes today: Canada better change too
So what did Canada's foreign minister think of Trump's inaugural speech
Kevin O'Leary promises to scrap the carbon tax if elected prime minister
Canadians travelling to Donald Trump inauguration turned away at U.S. border

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