Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Wednesday, February 22, 2017.

No pledge to create new Canadian health care jobs in Chinese takeover
Illegal Toronto dispensary challenges Ottawa over medical marijuana laws
Ottawa seeking new 'coalition' on Asian trade after Trump kills TPP
Star candidate Yolande James faces uphill battle to succeed Dion
Marcel Prud'homme: Underdog defender fought to right wrongs
Lobbying commissioner probing fundraising hosted by Apotex chair: Democracy Watch
Charter will protect Canadians at U.S. border preclearance: Trudeau
B.C.'s chief doctor says Canada needs better addiction treatment system
Airbus search plane contract faces court challenge from losing bidder
Yazidi groups say they were left in the dark on Canada's resettlement plan
Reform party founder warns populism can be a 'rogue well' for Conservatives
Trudeau announces review of laws related to indigenous peoples
Justice Robin Camp tries to block judicial watchdog from deliberating his case
5 byelections to be held April 3 in 1st major electoral test for Trudeau government
'Excited over the simple things': First Nation enjoys turning on the taps after 10 years without clean water
Canada's plan to bring in hundreds of Yazidi genocide survivors hailed by refugees
Ottawa to invest in 'fisheries innovation' for Atlantic Canada following EU trade deal
'The law is there and it's being applied,' Ralph Goodale says of RCMP's handling of asylum seekers
Peel Region MPP Jagmeet Singh testing waters to replace NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair
Expanded U.S. border preclearance bill will offer better protection, Trudeau says
Trudeau deserves credit on the foreign front
Beating Trudeau not top priority for new Conservative leader
Brian Mulroney, the man with no shame
Liberals pretend our laws don't matter
Canadians want a light shone on radical Islam
Condemn hatred from imams, too
Here's why I fear Islam, Prime Minister
In less than nine hours, his career was scuttled - now vice admiral has retain lawyer Marie Henein
Retired air chiefs urge Liberals to ditch 'costly and unnecessary' plan to buy Super Hornet jets
Liberal Jewish and Muslim MPs condemn imams who called for death of Jews
Harper's old seat among five up for grabs as Trudeau calls byelections for April 3
Without TPP, Canada looks for new Asia Trade deal
Liberals urged to keep promise on creating children's commissioner
The big Give: How Owners Got Rice, and Renters didn't
Scientist's Union, Famed Whistleblower fight for Better Whistleblower protections
Time is ticking for a softwood lumber deal
CBSA enforcement actions in B.C. hold steady despite sanctuary city gains across Metro Vancouver
Five byelections won't be a test of Trudeau but do mark end of an era

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