Sunday, February 26, 2017

Ottawa Observations: February 25-26, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Saturday/Sunday, February 25-26, 2017.

Refugee's a comin'

Following the Midwest Passage: Asylum seekers take a cold journey to Manitoba via Trump's America
Immigration minister not convinced increase in asylum seekers constitutes a trend
Canada has a border problem, Here's how to fix it
Canadian citizenship must be a constitutional right
America's spectacular immigration mess
Goodale rejects request to boost border staff to deal with asylum seekers
Ralph Goodale to raise illegal border crossings with U.S. officials in coming days
Sanctuary status may be more than cities can handle
Immigration harmony will be tested in Canada
Most people crossing border illegally always planned to end up in Canada, minister says
Canadian schools worried over how foreign-born students will be treated at border

Do Canada's Conservatives want to join the populism parade?
NDP Leadership candidates ready to 'fight like hell,' despite slow start to race
Want millenial voters? Conservatives must change, researchers say
Royal Canadian Mint struggles to make money: documents
Hard, hard times again - sort of: Why a lot of Newfoundland's fiscal problems are self-inflicted
Bill C-23 U.S. border brouhaha is not about Donald Trump
Justin Trudeau has gambled on the reelection of B.C.'s Liberal government
Backlash to political correctness was inevitable
Tory hopefuls lack rallying cry
Inside the mysterious removal of the Canadian military's second-in-command
Former religious freedom ambassador warns conservatives that 'Canadian values' talk is full of pitfalls
Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau asks provinces to stiffen penalties for distracted drivers
Conservatives at war with conservatism on display at Manning Centre conference
Why the Left Coast May be Writing off Justin Trudeau
Shutting people up is not the way to deal with populism: Preston Manning
Worry about yourself when it comes to cybersecurity, says federal security official
Jim Prentice questions Canada's energy potential, indigenous issues in book published after death

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