Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, February 7, 2016

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Tuesday, February 7, 2017.

Bucks for Bombardier

Ottawa to provide Bombardier with $372 million in funding
Federal government to give $372.5M in loans to Bombardier
Bombardier to get $372.5 million in government loans
Liberal government props up Bombardier with $372 million in loans
Ottawa giving $372.5 million in loans to Bombardier
Canada pledges $282 US Million in boost for Bombardier programs
Feds to provide Bombardier $372.5 M in repayable loans

Ottawa calls for overhaul of how police handle sex-assault cases
Canadian oil producers fret over spectre of U.S. border tax
Canada sees first back-to-back trade surpluses since 2014
Manitoba community seeing influx of asylum seekers since Trump order
About 80,000 denied eligibility for Newfoundland First Nation Band
Why Donald Trump's emphasis on trade surpluses misses the point
Kevin O'Leary, a Trump-lite bully, could be Trudeau's worst nightmare
Liberals revive funding for groups that take government to court
Ottawa rejects recommendation to raise retirement age
Freeland to meet with U.S. counterpart Tillerson in Washington
Canadians want Trudeau to stand up to Trump, even if it leads to trade war
Beyond Reason? Canada's energy sector weighs the U.S. border-adjustment tax
Frustrated widow wants Liberals to expand assisted dying rules 2 years after landmark decision
Sajjan says Liberals 'committed to investing in defence,' but won't say by how much
With electoral reform off the table, minister defends first-past-the-post
Liberals to restore and expand Court Challenges Program
'We're very much aware of the impatience': MMIW commissioners reassure families at 1st press conference
Andrew Scheer proposes tax-free maternity and parental benefits
New technology, questions under review as StatsCan plans future of census
Petition to reverse Liberals' electoral reform U-turns gains momentum
Fundraising data suggests Bernier could benefit most from ranked Conservative leadership vote
Breakfast with the Tories: Lisa Raiit, the Cape Bretoner devoted to stopping Kevin O'Leary
Women and girls to remain primary focus of MMIW inquiry commission says
Government Operations Centre monitored missing and murdered Indigenous women rallies
Ottawa struggles to recoup $70M paid in error duet to Phoenix issues
White House wants media to cover terrorism more, cites Canadian example
Canada will never 'be party to' torture, defence minister says after visit to Trump's Washington
New census technology under close watch as Statscan looks to the future
Canadian border communities struggle with surge in asylum seekers in past year
Chrystia Freeland to meet Rex Tillerson, Paul Ryan in Washington
Youth Minister Trudeau: Is PM delivering on promises?
Canada needs to act now to help refugees and minorities harmed by Trump's orders
Hold onto your wallets as Trudeau gears up for the big spend
MP files complaint with CBC over article on Canada's mass shooters
Justin Trudeau following his dad's bad fiscal planning
Canada's assisted dying law prolonging pain for some, say critics
Who killed Electoral Reform - And What Now to Improve Democracy?
Why do Americans prefer Canada's PM to their own president?
Phoenix pay system overpaying thousands of public servants: reports
Phoenix employees to face a new hurdle: tax season
Liberals restore, update program to support equality rights court battles
MP Michael Cooper claims not passing Wynn's Law would be about politics and not public safety
Rona Ambrose criticizes Trudeau's Aga Khan holiday - from billionaire's yacht

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