Friday, February 10, 2017
Ottawa Observations: Friday, February 10, 2017
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Friday, February 10, 2017.
Trudeau plans to connect with Trump on jobs but steer clear of immigration ban
Trump administration: Is it tragedy or is it farce?
Can Trudeau's optimism survive Trump's unpleasant surprises on Monday?
Bombardier: Time for taxpayers to get a bigger share of the wealth
Possible NDP leader candidates could energize the party
Ottawa backs off request for delay in Sixties Scoop judgment
Trudeau defends electoral reform decision, citing fear of political discord
Why a failed bid for electoral reform is a win for Canada
Canada's big-city mayors need-and deserve-financial clout
Trudeau says national unity more important than electoral reform
Trudeau's 'canoes and paddles' remark called borderline racist by First Nations MP
Phoenix implementation a 'big steaming pile' left for us, Trudeau says
Bill to boost StatsCan independence called 'half measure'
Trudeau defends Arctic drilling ban, talks economic development at Yellowknife town hall
Census shows Conservatives still hold sway in Canada's fastest growing regions
Ex-Teachers CEO Jim Leech named special advisor for new Canada Infrastructure Bank
Canada must be firm but correct in dealing with Trump
Canada's kowtow pilgrimage to Donald Trump's Washington
Monarch butterfly numbers dropping but government commitment strong: McKenna
Finding order in the Trump chaos will be job one for Trudeau
Canadians are proud of our unique identity
There's no such thing as refugees from the United States
It's time to rethink corporate welfare
Trudeau was always a joke to the right; he should worry now the left's joined in the laughter
Dramatic increase in people having Canadian citizenship revoked since Trudeau elected
Two Canadian CF-18s were on approach to land at Florida airport that hasn't existed since 2010
Why did Trudeau really abandon electoral reform? He blames the rise of Leitch, fringe voices
Justin Trudeau's broken promise is a relief
Justin Trudeau says electoral reform is 'not in the best interest of the country'
NDP MP mocks Trudeau's comments on 'paddle sheds' in open satirical letter
The Liberals tried to clamp down on Canadians' debt. So far, it isn't working