Monday, February 6, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, February 6, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Monday, February 6, 2017.

Trudeau recognizes need for more government action in fight against sexual violence
Morneau's growth council calls for higher retirement age
Tearing up NAFTA 'would be devastating': major U.S. business lobbyist
Sajjan meets with Mattis as Trump warns NATO members must step up defence spending
M├ętis teen who died in care abandoned by B.C.'s child-welfare system: watchdog
Rona Ambrose's yacht vacation keeps Conservatives mum on Liberal ethics
Quebec City mosque shooter was a 'criminal extremist': RCMP Commissioner
Health Canada approves three supervised consumption sites for Montreal
Premier Brad Wall says Saskatchewan has climbed to $1.2 billion
Our politicians take the best free holidays money can buy
Why Trudeau's 'Goldilocks' strategy with Trump is the best approach
A FutureSkills Lab could be the Liberals' key to improve job training
Ralph Goodale challenged on claim that no Canadian passport holders lost Nexus access
Health Minister approves 3 supervised drug consumption sites in Montreal
RCMP commissioner says 'caustic' political debate that radicalizes followers a concern
Dominic Barton, top economic adviser, encourages bold response to Trump
Pentagon meeting: A first for members of Trump-Trudeau cabinets
Trade briefing for Trump's team flagged Canadian softwood, dairy
Former top security boss says it's almost 'impossible' to trade defence leaks
Canada shouldn't fear NAFTA discussions, U.S. Chamber of Commerce head says
Nova Scotia PC leader endorses Erin O'Toole for Conservative leadership
Kellie Leitch's immigration policy could damage Conservative Party: Peter McKay
Follow the money trail to see where the support is in Tory leadership race
Ralph Goodale says 200 Nexus card users can't cross the U.S.-Canada border
Canadian military to become first in world to issue guidelines on child soldiers
Don't tear up NAFTA, says U.S. Chamber of Commerce head
Why do we pay for illegal immigrants?
U.S. defence secretary James Mattis was 'hugging and kissing' Canadians in Kandahar
After two weeks of Trump, Canadian firms likely to push pause button on investment
Federal economic growth council to unveil recommendations ahead of budget
Ottawa's offer on health funding for provinces fall short: Study
Teen's Suicide 'Predictable' After Years of Ministry Failures, Says Report
Ministry Says Supports 'Available' to Youth Exiting Province's Care. How Available?
Getting B.C. Ministers to Talk About Struggling Kids Proved Impossible
Power line plan sparks fight between B.C. Hydro and residents of Anmore village

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