Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Tuesday, March 7, 2017.
Liberals to table 2017 federal budget on March 22
Bill Morneau planning cautious budget for March 22 as he waits on Trump
Liberal's federal budget to land March 22
Federal budget to drop March 22, Morneau confirms
As Trump resets climate policy, Ottawa will stick to long-term strategies, ays resources minister
Ottawa braces for rise in asylum seekers fleeing U.S.
Dallaire testifies mefloquine drug impaired thought process in Rwanda
Marijuana stocks drop as Trudeau's pot czar says Canada won't rush into legalization
Jewish community centres in Canada, U.S. hit with new bomb threats
MP Niki Ashton announces bid for New Democrat leadership
Canadian foundation donates $12 million to support Indigenous people
MPs reject Liberal government's attempt to gut genetic discrimination bill
Federal Government to axe 'zombie laws' from Canada's Criminal Code
Debate over carbon pricing might be helped by release of available facts
Niki Ashton launches NDP leadership bid with pledge to fight inequality, injustice
Tory leadership candidate Kellie Leitch wants immigrants to be asked: 'Are men and women equal?"
MMIW coalition says national inquiry keeping families in the dark
Crucial for Canada's scientific research efforts to be agile
Time to recognize Indigenous people as one of Canada's founders
Walking together on International Women's Day: Grégoire Trudeau and Riseboro
Leitch's questions are just like Denmark's
'Useful idiots' line up to support M-103
Grégoire Trudeau strikes backlash with Women's Day suggestion to 'celebrate the men in our lives'
NDP's Niki Ashton launches leadership campaign, hopes to mobilize millennials to counter 'Trump-like messages' in Canada
In Trump/s new world, a Quebec Village is Canada's Back Door
What are Canadians' rights at the US border? Slim to None