Monday, March 6, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, March 6, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Monday, March 6, 2017.

Freeland warns Canadians to beware of Russian disinformation
Ottawa backs war-torn Ukraine, extends mission by two years
Federal government to review details of new Trump immigration ban
Liberal Party says it has full discretion to vet candidates in local races
Majority of Canadians okay with Liberal deficits: survey
Tory candidates' anti-immigrant rhetoric an act of self-destruction
Snowbirds may soon be allowed 8 months in U.S., but could risk provincial health benefits
Classified documents reveal crucial moments in response to 9/11 - style attack
Tax cheats in KPMG Isle of Man avoidance scheme could face criminal charges: minister
Justin Trudeau urged to denounce Trump's 'racist' travel ban
Canada extending military mission in Ukraine to 2019
Tax court judge attended party hosted by law firm linked to KPMG
5 reasons you won't get children's fitness and arts tax credits for 2017
Bob Paulson set to retire as RCMP commissioner
Federal budget 2017: What your tax breaks cost on the finance minister's books
Proposed security oversight committee 'shadow' of what it should be, opposition says
Newly arrived Yazidis who escaped sex slavery of ISIS eager to build better future in Canada
Some permanent residents of Canada can be barred from U.S. under Trump order
A new leader won't guarantee federal NDP a new direction
Trudeau's Liberals slow to appoint parliamentary watchdogs
Kevin O'Leary says refugees exploiting an immigration 'loophole'
MPs under threat should call the cops
Why are we catering to illegal migrants?
It's time to shake up Canadian politics
A Canada without enforces borders is no Canada at all
Tory leadership race reviving interest in cutting income taxes - and it's about time
Khizr Kahn, faher of U.S. war hero, cancel Toronto talk because 'travel privileges' under review: organizer
Immigration focus should be on outcomes, not values
Liberals played politics during House of Commons break with blizzard of cheque handouts worth $1.25B
The Canadian military will extend its training mission supporting Ukraine's troops
Temporary vice chief of the defence staff named amid mystery over predecessor's removal
Hate that Ottawa paid a bunch of money to honour René Lévesque? So would René
Some asylum seekers face better odds in Canada that the U.S., lawyers say
Donald Trump's revised travel ban puts pressure on Justin Trudeau to speak out

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