Sunday, March 12, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, March 11 and 12, 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 11 and 12, 2017.

Canadian bonds, loonie brace for U.S. Federal Reserve rate hike
Advocates frustrated by federal inaction on apology to gay Canadians
NDP leadership hopefuls take aim at Liberals in first debate
For Liberals, a little infighting among Conservatives goes a long way
Why are Conservatives drawn to Kevin O'Leary
Charity advocating for U.S. to join the Commonwealth
Martine Ouellet officially enters race to become Bloc Quebecois leader
Canada Revenue Agency online services running again after being offline since Friday
Jobs, pipelines dominate NDP debate as 4 leadership contenders square off for 1st time
What happens when Liberal backbenchers rise up
Louise Arbour takes on UN migration gig at 'a very difficult time'
'Far from perfect': Documents describe hectic final days of Canadian Embassy in Tehran
First Ottawa visit by Trump cabinet minister focuses on security, border
First Nations to have greater role in parks: federal environment minister
National Defence struggling to cut hundreds of millions in waste, inefficiencies
NDP leadership debate cordial and collegial, but little debate an no Mulcair
Amid leadership race, NDP finds itself at a crossroads - again
Ottawa shows courage by killing 'zombie laws'
Cutting the fiscal fat, finance ministers find lot of baloney
History teaches tough lessons about opposing diversity
Making Canada Great Again
The truth about populism in Canada
It's time to legally safeguard riding nominations
Illegal border crossings a 'crisis' - union head
How the Conservative race guides the NDP one
Parks Canada's dangerous moralizing
Trudeau should pay attention to India
Trudeau silent on carbon pricing costs
After Team Trudeau loses three votes on the same night, Liberals boast it's "a strong day for democracy'
Faded, cracked and crumbling: The gravesites of many former prime ministers are in a sad state
Threat of hacking prompts Canada Revenue Agency to take down electronic tax filing services
While pipelines could become fault lines, NDP leadership candidates agreeing to agree on most issues
Awkward: Liberals poised to argue in court against genetic discrimination bill supported by own MPs
CRA online tax services available again after 2 day shutdown
NDP leader Tom Mulcair says denouncing Trump travel ban won't affect Canada-U.S. relations
Canada should worry about Russian interference in elections: former CSIS head
NDP leadership race gains steam with first debate
NDP leadership hopeful Guy Caron calls for basic income ahead of first debate
Four NDP hopefuls find common ground in First Debate

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