Monday, February 20, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, February 20, 2017

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

Canada set to renew Ukraine military training mission amid Trump fears
Fearing Trump, asylum seekers travel across U.S.-Canada border, regardless of risks
Getting to the roots of populist uprisings
Europe's richest families snap up Canadian commercial real estate
Atlantic premiers vow vigilance on trade with U.S.
Sizable minority says Canada is accepting too many refugees: poll
Conservative leadership candidates reject Michael Chong's carbon-tax proposal
Conservation groups urge increased protection for boreal caribou habitat
Trudeau apologizes to anglophone woman for answering in French at Sherbrooke town hall
1 in 4 Canadians want Trump-style travel ban, poll suggests
Government to weed out pesticides from foreign websites
Canadian troops in Iraq mount pressure on ISIS around Syrian border
Trade in the Trump era: Atlantic Canada premiers get down to business at Newfoundland meeting
Ottawa to overhaul victims' fund, where administrative costs far outstrip benefits
Former Canadian union leader Bob White dies
Two Tory MPs call on Ottawa to stop irregular Canada-U.S. border crossings
Conservatives spar over carbon tax at leadership debate in Vancouver
Old ways of trying to fix the military aren't working. The Canadian Armed Forces should unionize
Canada-U.S. border the final frontier for refugee-seekers
Trudeau tells rights group he 'regrets' answering English question in French
Justin Trudeau explains Donald Trump to Europe
Canada needs a law to protect journalistic sources
Threats against female politicians must stop now
Legalization cock-up the new reefer madness
Canada's strategy needs to constrain Trump, not empower him
Carbon pricing goes from bad to worse
Liberal government 'testing the limits' of Canadian's attitudes to refugees: poll
Justin Trudeau apologizes to Quebec Anglophones for answering English questions in French
He's 'moving on,' but campaign to keep Mulcair as leader picks up steam as NDP grassroots call ousting unfair
Justin Trudeau apologizes for answering English question in French at Sherbrooke town hall
Mandatory sex assault training for judges will fix gap in Canadian justice system: Rona Ambrose
Why are asylum seekers crossing into Canada on foot and what are their rights?
Atlantic premiers discus trade with U.S., health care synergies
Quarter of Canadians support Trump-style ban on Syrian refugees: poll

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