Friday, March 31, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, March 31, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Friday, March 31, 2017.

U.S. has trade surplus with Canada, Freeland says
Health Canada wants to strengthen regulation of natural health products
Trudeau stands firm amid fresh calls from U.S. for NATO spending boost
'The Conservatives' unease about the 'whole gay thing'
The dangers in a Liberal plan to 'fix' Parliament
Trudeau unfazed as Trump plans probe of 16 countries' trad practices, including Canada
India's envoy to Canada, behind Slumdog Millionaire, tackles trade deals
Canadian troops assisting in Mosul fight as mission extended to June
Ottawa earmarks $1.8-billion for GO Transit improvements
Canada extends mission against ISIS in northern Iraq to June 30
Theresa May's marathon Q&A shows there's more than one way to pester a prime minister
A smile and arrest welcome asylum seekers to Canada
Few signs of Canadian investigation into Abu Sayyaf beheadings in Philippines
U.S. to probe why it has trade deficit with countries like Canada
Here's what it's like to punch the prime minister
What does a pro-coal White House mean for Trudeau's green push?
Ottawa to invest $1.9B in GO Transit's regional express rail project
Trudeau, Liberals tone-deaf to House of Commons
Bombardier must respond to public outcry over executive pay increases: Quebec ministers
Not all economic nationalists are Donald Trump
Trudeau soft pedals terrorism, again
Trudeau's budget doesn't balance itself
Catherine McKenna's climate train
Why I'm voting for Lisa Raitt
Liberal's to consider possible retaliation against Trump's 'Buy American' policies: document
It's time to rethink now we choose party leaders
Quebec sets a fiscal example for the other provinces (which they will, of course, ignore)
'Shocked' Quebecers see red over almost 50% pay hike for Bombardier execs after taxpayer aid
Canadian special forces taking more active role in Iraq as Liberals extend ISIS mission
Justin Trudeau stands by defence spending amid fresh calls for NATO to pony up more cash
Ottawa approves $12M extra funding due to 'pressures' of Mexican visa lift
Stephen Poloz: 'No one ever wins a trade wary, Everybody loses'

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