Monday, January 23, 2017
Ottawa Observations: Monday, January 23, 2017
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Monday, January 23, 2017.
No reason for Canada to be worried over NAFTA talks: Trump adviser
Trump withdraws from TPP, but offer Canada hope on NAFTA, Keystone pipeline
Ottawa pushes for status as U.S. oil ally
Keystone pipeline approval could tilt U.S. trade balance against Canada
Ottawa accused of appeasing China with second review of takeover deal
Trudeau in Calgary for cabinet retreat before meeting Trump
CSIS, Defence warned Ottawa on China laser technology deal
Ottawa aims to avoid 'collateral damage' in U.S. trade deals
Tone deaf Trudeau misses the notes in Quebec
Ex-union leader Sid Ryan considering NDP leadership bid
Trump's top economic adviser says Trudeau shouldn't be 'enormously worried' about NAFTA renegotiation
Trump takes charge: How NAFTA negotiations might unfold
Trump pulls U.S. out of TPP, will renegotiate NAFTA 'at appropriate time'
Justin Trudeau's island vacation should be the least of our concerns
Canadian Rangers lack support and health care access military ombudsman says
Justin Trudeau will meet with Donald Trump in 'next 30 days or so'
Ottawa delays decision on military deployment to Africa
Courts are the biggest threat to Canadian medicare
Trump signs executive order withdrawing U.S. from TPP
Trump, meet Trudeau, king of the selfie
Kevin O'Leary challenges Premier Kathleen Wynne to call an election
Trump emissary allays trade fears
Mixed Trump trade messages means don't drop the soap
Trump has 'unusually positive view' of Canada and things should 'go well,' top adviser says
Kevin O'Leary didn't come back for you. In fact, he didn't come back at all!
NDP schedule March leadership debate despite having no official candidates for Mulcair's job
In a report card on Trudeau government's first year, indigenous affairs work gets an 'incomplete'
How Trudeau got mugged by reality as his economic strategy crumbled
Brad Wall now only Canadian Premier receiving stipend from party
Harjit Sajjan has first talk with new U.S. counterpart James Mattis
Trump-friendly congressman pushes for one-on-one deal with Canada