Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Tuesday, March 14, 2017.

As crude hits three-month low, oil patch worries return
Manitoba Premier Pallister calls on Trudeau to raise asylum issue with Trump
Trump's trade nominee targets Canada, vows to end softwood lumber dispute
CSIS reneged on pledge to brief judges about secret data centre
Head of inquiry into residential schools says Ottawa lags on commitments
Trudeau front and centre in Privy Council's running poll
Nigel Wright still under investigation for Duffy payment
Political donations in Canada: A guide to the 'wild west' vs. the rest
Liberals put Super Hornet purchase plan in writing
Leader of Senate independents defends decision to send Don Meredith to UN women's conference
Former vets ombudsman considers NDP leadership bid, criticizes 'elite' Liberals and Tories
Printing costs soar for producing federal budget documents
Senators determined to expel Don Meredith after his relationship with teenage girl
U.S. Congress urges get-tough approach with Canada in hearing for Trump trade pick
What you need to know about Canada Revenue Agency's 'internet vulnerability"
Uncertainty over Trump's intentions hangs over G20 finance meeting
Trump's trade pick urged by U.S. Senate to get tough with Canada
The accidental takedown of the NDP's Thomas Mulcair
It's time for a tax revolt in Canada
Super Hornets would  make Canada reliant on U.S. jets to defend Arctic, ex-fighter pilots say
Drunk on spending, the Liberal government's too addled to see the idiocy of raising capital gains taxes
Canada talking to U.S., Norway and Denmark about footing bill for new Arctic military satellite
Union vet Sid Ryan says he'll run for NDP leadership if candidates aren't 'left' enough
Maxime Bernier wants to close loophole in Safe Third Country Agreement, send refugees back to US
Did you sell your home in 2016? Let the CRA know or else ...
First Nations aren't waiting for Ottawa to Start Conversation on Fixing Substandard housing

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