Sunday, March 26, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday/Saturday, March 25 and 26, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Saturday/Sunday, March 25 and 26, 2017

As U.S. GDP growth estimates fall, Canada's economy picks up steam
Wallonia threatens to block final CETA ratification
Human-rights issue to stall free-trade progress with China, Ottawa says
Environment Minister to pitch Canada's low-carbon economy in U.S. visit
Hidden dangers lie in Liberals' proposed parliamentary rule changes
Ottawa's budget shift on economic forecasts is a welcome one
Ottawa rushing to draft marijuana legalization bill ahead of 4/20: sources
NDP leadership candidates suggest Liberals' marijuana legalization pledge going up in smoke
More federal action needed to restore lost Canadian citizenship rights
If you think Canada is a welcoming nation, talk to a displaced Mexican
Why construction of B.C.'s Site C dam should be scrapped
Liberals to announce marijuana will be legal by July 1, 2018
Fewer Canadians being refused entry at U.S. land border
Canada may yet have peacekeeping boots on the ground by 2017
Revenge of the comment section: Where's the 'poor-sensitive' budget?
NDP leadership candidates say Liberal pot pledge going up in smoke
Liberals must sell budget to premiers after 'challenging' health talks
Canada's CF-18s to fly 2 NATO overseas missions in 2017
Scott Brisson listen up, Canada's information commissioner has some advice for you
UN still waiting to see 'concrete result' of Canada's peacekeeping promise
Despite 'good news' of Keystone XL approval, Canada needs oil customers beyond US: Jim Carr
Trudeau government to legalize marijuana by Canada Day 2018: reports
It's time we weaned ourselves off bottled water
Winning a good trade deal
Time for Senate to hit reset button
O'Leary will start first, but maybe not finish first
Liberal words don't intend to deceive, they just do
10 key promises Trudeau has broken since becoming PM
Now's the time to eliminate Canada's old blasphemy laws
Trudeau's actions don't match his feminist words
Two-faced Liberals kick working class while it's down
Toronto's 'sanctuary city' policy is dangerous
Obama trumped on Keystone XL
Kevin O'Leary's 'vicious poisonous toxic' attack on Alberta self-determination should offend us all
Canada must make tough decisions on defence spending: former NATO envoy
Did last year's budget create 100,000 jobs ? Bill Morneau can't really say
Trudeau government looks to provinces to cool red-hot housing markets in Toronto, Vancouver
Justin Trudeau says peacekeeping mission still possible in 2017
Finance Minister Bill Morneau will not revisit decision to kill transit tax credit
Are the federal New Democrats going to stiff another B.C. leadership candidate?

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