Thursday, March 30, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, March 30, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Thursday, March 30, 2017.

Trump eyes across-the-board changes to NAFTA negotiations
Trump's NAFTA goals: 'What's yours is mine and what's mine is mine'
Five key things the U.S. in eyeing in NAFTA revamp
Ford to invest $1.2 billion in Canada, create Ottawa R and D centre
Ethics and governance is getting lost in the AI frenzy
O'Leary calls Beyak's comments 'unfortunate', wouldn't ask her to quit if leader
Canada's top soldier defends spending delay, says military not hurting for money
Little appetite in the U.S. business community for border tarriff, says Jim Carr
Provinces poised to sign historic Canadian Free Trade Agreement in April
Lynn Beyak tells residential school survivors she wants audit of all First Nations spending
Conservative drop-off deadline approaches - does anyone want out?
Pallister eyes scaling back refugee support as tiff with Ottawa festers
Federal Court orders public safety minister to make decision on immigration case
LGBT discrimination class actions against federal government merge
Trump takes 1st step in NAFTA renegotiation: Sends draft letter to Congress
Bombardier under fire for $32.6M US given to executives while taking government cash
Ford, federal, provincial governments pledge $600M for Windsor plant
Bombardier's senior executives saw compensation rise nearly 50% last year
Court tells public safety minister to hurry up and decide on Iranian refugee
Trump takes first step in NAFTA renegotiation, delivers draft letter to Congress
Senator Lynn Beyak asks residential school survivor about tax audit of First Nations spending
Ontario will fight 'Buy American' policy if passed, Wynne warns
The roadblocks hindering Trump's climate inaction plan
Waste-of-time Tories should get off ballot
Government is the enemy of change
Liberal MPs' trips appear to violated Trudeau's rules against outside groups paying for travel
Set carbon tax at up to $300 per tonne to meet Canada's climate targets - secret briefing note
Trump is playing Galileo in the global climate change divide, and Canada will pay the price
'This measure has not excited much interest': Brits who created Canada 150 years ago were bored out of their minds
After tie vote, powerful committee quashes Senators' attempt to fund Canada 150 medal program
Ottawa's approval for Chinese takeover of Tech Firm sparks Concerns
Trudeau, Couillard defend Bombardier bailout after execs take home millions in raises
'Nothing short of expulsion': Senate grapples with new scandals
Coalition of environmental groups to challenge Keystone XL pipeline permit
CPC leadership race now featuring explicit homophobia
Conservative leadership candidate bring out the big guns

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