Monday, March 27, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, March 27, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Monday, March 27, 2017.

Liberals reverse course on Chinese takeover of Montreal high-tech firm
Conservative leadership camps ratchet up plans to stop asylum seekers
There's only one way to fix the housing bubble
Clickbait policies from Tory leadership hopefuls won't stop asylum seekers
Bitten by the Russian Bear: Even Bombardier's key investor sees the country as off limits
Ottawa begins settlement talks in Sixties Scoop cases
Do more with less foreign aid, Morneau urges development agencies
Health of Canadian democracy improving, but concerns remain, poll suggests
Senator Lynn Beyak says she has 'suffered' with residential school survivors
Canada still studying U.S., U.K. bans on in-flight electronics
Maxime Bernier says he'd deploy military to stop illegal border crossings
Marijuana legalization could leave provinces responsible for pot rules
Bizarre breastfeeding column is a viral gift for Michael Chong. he might as well own it
'We are ready': Canada-Europe trade deal set to kick in, mostly, by July 1
'A perilous pipeline': Indigenous groups line up against Keystone XL
Trudeau hits Saint-Laurent campaign trail as clock ticks down to byelection
MP Michael Chong calls writer's attempt to nurse his baby 'odd' but inconsequential
For the Liberals, so much depends on pot legalization
Canada can do more to meet the threat of famine
Budget investment in clean innovation a smart bet on Canada's future
Why Bill Morneau hasn't ended tax breaks for the wealthy
The 'yes, but' solution to religious conflict
Parti Québécois is no longer the natural home of young sovereigntists
Trudeau Liberals rush pot legislation for the 4/20 dope-in
Globe spikes Leah McLaren's column on trying to breastfeed MP Michael Chong's baby 'to see what it felt like'
With renewed attempt to rewrite House rules, Liberals confirm they are not to be trusted
A 'new form' of federalism': O'Leary says he would 'coerce' provinces to adopt his economic policies
A Liberal promise is not worth much - but legalization or not, it's time to get serious about marijuana
Canadians' satisfaction with MPs and political parties on the upswing: new report
Justin Trudeau's Liberals to introduce legislation to legalize marijuana by 2018, CBC reports
Some good news for Quebec (but also some bad news): Those low unemployment rates are misleading
Rona Ambrose: I don't see Energy East getting through Montreal'
Canada to legalize pot by July 1, 2018
Trudeau minister hopes to woo foreign brains
Charlie Angus Hopes the road Leads to NDP Leader

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