Friday, January 27, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, January 27, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Friday, January 27, 2017.

Trudeau to end controversial cash-for-access fundraisers
Conservatives, NDP say Liberal fundraising changes only cosmetic
GM to cut 625 jobs at Ontario plant, union says
Reopening NAFTA could give Canada access to services sector
Canada considering global fund to counter Trump abortion directive
Bringing cash for access out of the shadows and into the light
Federal government posts $3.3-billion deficit in November
Atlantic premiers, federal ministers meet to discuss economic growth
Trump's negotiation tactic for NAFTA? Creating chaos
NAFTA could be improved, Ambrose says, as Trump pushes for renegotiation
Ralph Goodale to tell Trump administration: Canada doesn't support torture
Federal Liberals to tighten rules around cash-for-access fundraisers
RCMP launches national awareness campaign about sexual misconduct at work
Canada to increase reproductive health funding in response to Trump decision
Kids still caught by no-fly lists despite new redress office, parents say
Trump's 1st week reshapes U.S. relationship with Canada
Federal government in the red for $12.7B in first eight months of 2016-17 fiscal year
GM axing 625 jobs at Ontario plant, shifting some production to Mexico
Highway of Tears partial bus service ready to roll
Justin Trudeau must be willing to walk away from Trump's NAFTA
The two Trumps of week one
Indigenous children deserve childhoods, too
Canadian journalism urged to tackle the 'culture of free' to survive
Calm needed for Canada-U.S. deals
Donald Trump will be popular, and Canada will adapt
Justin Trudeau the Boy Scout must settle into Donald Trump's world
Conservatives blast Trudeau's 'obvious ethical missteps' despite promised fundraising legislation
On cross-country tour, Trudeau hears growing anger and frustration from indigenous Canadians
Opposition readies to Hit Trudeau hard on ethics as Parliament resumes
Stand with Mexico of Donald Trump will turn on Canada, says former Mexican congressman
Halifax Convention Centre to host federal Liberals in 2018
Does Canada's Conservative Party need a female leader?

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