Monday, March 13, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, March 13, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Monday, March 13, 2017.

Canadians can be forgiven for being skeptical of Poloz's export optimism
No personal information breached after hacking vulnerability shuts down government sites
Bombardier and Vladimir Yakunin: the mystery man Canada refuses to sanction
Pressure mounts on Senator Don Meredith to resign over sexual relations with minor
Omar Khadr in intensive care following surgery for war wounds
Canada's defence spending among lowest in NATO despite increase last year
CSIS director Michel Coulombe to step down at end of May
Federal officials say no personal information leaded in 'credible' software security threat
Add women, change budgets? Underused gender policy tool finds new fans in Trudeau's cabinet
Open letter urges Senator Don Meredith to resign over relationship with teen
CSIS director Michel Coulombe to step down at end of may after three decades
Canadian defence spending among lowest in NATO despite small increase last year
Manitoba prepared to stand alone in health-care fight with Ottawa: Pallister
NDP leadership candidates consider what the heck happened and what now
Health Canada aims to release secret drug records
Former Toronto Star publisher John Cruikshank lands diplomatic post in Chicago
Time to renew Social Democracy: Broadbent
Report a rail safety wake-up call
Trump threatens to derail Trudeau's economic fairness agenda
The NDP and Conservative leadership races are a study in contrast
Canadians like values and dislike M103
Libs losing it when dealing with asylum seekers
Canadians overwhelming support a values test
Politicians need to forget about polls and do the right thing
Most Canadians support 'values screening' - which is neither surprising nor concerning
Trudeau's youth council looking at ways to make its work more open to public
A meal fit for a Swedish King: Salt Spring Island cheese, Nova Scotia lobster, and Alberta beef
How Prime Minister Trudeau fares in a pre-budget scorecard
Majority of Canadians want a 'Canadian values' screening test for immigrants: poll
United Nations Says Canada's Largest Park Under threat, calls for Site C Review
FOI shows BC  Businesses fought hard against CPP Improvements

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