Friday, March 10, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, March 10, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Friday, March 10, 2017.

Docs suggest possibility of more legal trouble for Bombardier
Foreign-buyers tax not seen as panacea for Toronto's hot housing market
Air Canada denies U.S. security chief's assertion that its jets have been focus of any terror plots
Government Senate leader urges senator Don Meredith to step down
Health accord nearly sealed as Ontario, Quebec, Alberta reach deals
Killing Obamacare will make Canadians feel smug, again
Senators scores Canada a late-game medial in the Wingnut Olympics
A foreign-buyers housing tax in Toronto? Bring it on - and fast
Liberals' new parliamentary reform plan angers Tories, NDP
Social development minister to discuss economic fears with Canadians ahead of budget
Canada's regulations bring clarity energy companies need: Trudeau
Why Canadians and Americans have traded places on pipeline politics
How Ahmed Hussen rose to become Canada's border man
Travelling to the U.S.? Don't worry about the border, says Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly
Senators urge Don Meredith to resign after 'disgusting" relationship with teenage girl
Liberals propose changes to how House of Commons works
Ontario, Quebec and Alberta sign health-care deals with federal government
Erin O'Toole snags high-profile endorsement of GĂ©rard Deltell in Conservative leadership race
Genetic anti-discrimination law protects patient privacy without sacrificing research
Trudeau speaks to the heart of Texans in pitch for Canadian oil
Don Meredith tried to censor Senate report on relationship with teen
U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security said countless threats made against Air Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to bring abortion rights debate back to the Commons
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's controversial Castro tribute left bureaucrats scrambling
Justin Trudeau defends Bombardier loan despite bribery charges against company official in Sweden
Liberal minister's messaging on the plight of the middle class seems a bit muddled
Ottawa should end unfair and ineffective tax breaks
Sen. Don Meredith, one sex probe down, two to come
Feds clueless on migrant crisis
The liberal narrative is denial about Iran
Ontario to take billions in federal health funding, after refusing more in December
If Donald Trump gives up on free trade, Canada doesn't have to follow
Trudeau says Senate must deal with senator who had sex with teen: "It is not for me to weigh in"
That's the spirit! How Canadian politicians use diplomatic dinners to push wine into foreign markets
Canada urged to accept refugees in Hong Kong who hid the 'world's most wanted man'
Trump Cabinet hopes to take first step in NAFTA renegotiation within a fortnight
Justin Trudeau believes clear regulations will bring natural resource investment to Canada
Homeland Security head John Kelly visits Ottawa to discuss border security
First Nations to have greater role in parks: federal environment minister

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