Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Budget prelude 

Liberals to address women's concerns in first gender-based federal budget
How raising Canada's capital-gains rate could hobble long-term growth
Liberals' Fassbender sees spoils for 'can-do' B.C. in Wednesday's federal budget
Six things to watch in the Liberals' federal budget
First federal budget of the Trump era will play a waiting game
How the federal budget could spare Justin Trudeau some difficult conversations
Stubborn oil prices weigh heavily on upcoming federal budget
Liberals likely to resist the urge to let spending taps gush in Wednesday's budget
Federal budget: Seven things to expect

Canada mulls joining U.S., Britain on electronics ban for flights
Bernier campaign says vote-rigging complaints will be sent to party, not media
EU Trade commissioner expects CETA to largely 'pass smoothly'
Illegal border crossers arrested this year nearly half of all caught in 2016
Liberal MP Iqra Khalid addresses critics of anti-Islamophobia motion
Woman arrested near Parliament Hill works in government nerve centre
Senator Don Meredith's political fate to be determined Wednesday
Ottawa has rejected majority of Canada 150 projects
Canada, Europe 'not building walls', says EU trade chief
Trump's travel bans and cuts to science could create a Canadian brain gain
Process to review minister's Canada Post bans not timely or transparent, lawyer says
Justin Trudeau's trip to Aga Khan's Bahamas island cost more than $127K
Airport privatization could hike costs and threaten security, Ambrose says
Canadian military works to iron out challenges ahead of Latvia deployment
Trump, tighter air travel rules behind surge of refugees at Canada-U.S. border, experts say
Trudeau's Aga Khan island trip cost taxpayers $127,000
Ottawa likely to extend military mission in Iraq
Let families of murdered and missing indigenous women speak
Of Nazi collaboration and Russian disinformation
Anti-sharia petition emerges alongside M-103 debate
Liberals 'ramming through whatever the f--- they want' to change House rules: ToryMP
Ahead of M-103 debate duelling mobs clash on Parliament Hill over Islamophobia
Conservative leadership campaigns worry fraud, vote-rigging will go unpunished
Justin Trudeau's contentious family vacation with Aga Khan cost $127,000, documents reveal
Transport Minister mum on whether Canada will bar electronic devices on flights from certain countries
Trudeau should only be in question period once a week, report says. No, Tories say

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