Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday March 22

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments
from the Federal scene for Wednesday March 22, 2017

Budget Notes

Liberals take wait-and-see approach with 2017 federal budget
Federal budget takes activist approach to economy
Budget 2017: Move along, nothing to see here - but just wait until next year
Federal budget vows $100-million for strategy on gender-based violence, citing Globe Unfounded investigation
Liberals fall short with first gender-based federal budget
Federal budget's red ink leaves Liberals with little wriggle room
With federal budget, Morneau plays it safe in uncertain times
Small businesses wary of new income-splitting rules in 2017 federal budget
Federal budget highlights: 10 things you need to know
Liberal budget offers lost of 'vision' but few new numbers
Federal budget 2017 -- Mostly gusts of pleasant smelling warm air
Liberals' 1st gender-sensitive budget identifies gaps, funds possible fixes
Budget 2017: Liberals spend on  training and innovation while holding line on most taxes
Budget 2017-- Hello Uber tax, goodby transit credit
Budget is a list of decision to be made later
Federal budget features more money for affordable housing, child care
Winners and losers of the 2017 federal budget
Highlights from the 2017 federal budget
Liberals shouldn't lose their nerve with budget
Federal budget holds the line on Liberal priorities
Lots of words, few dollars in this budget ... until the next election rolls around
Federal budget disconnected from the middle class
Budget offers no escape from red ink
Federal Budget 2017 proves Liberal plan is failing
Budget 2017: EI premiums, sin taxes, tax cheat crackdown to finance Liberal vision
Not in my name, Prime Minister
The Liberals have slowed their spending, but their spin is relentless
Federal Budget leaves uncertainty over defence spending, veteran's pensions
Federal Budget 2017: Liberals hope to get Canada ready for the future with budget for everyday folks'  - and $28.6B deficit
Federal budget 2017: From EI and baby bumps to fake words, things that has us scratching our heads
Finance minister lines up $1 billion next year for innovation - a word that appears in the budget 212 times
The shadow of U.S. President Donald Trump and his agenda loom large over Canada's federal budget
No money, no ideas, but a wealth of bafflegab and buzzwords in the Liberal budget
Federal Budget 2017: The full document and the finance minister's speech to Parliament
Housing 'The Largest Single Commitment' in Morneau's Budget
Stay the course budget fails to offer details on Infrastructure Bank
Tucked in Budget, a $30-Million Mystery Cheque for Alberta resource sector
Is  Justin Trudeau Picking your pocket?
Federal budget rains money on seniors ... and only drips it on the young: study
The biggest losers: What's missing from the 2017 federal budget?
Federal Budget 2017 in 3 charts
Federal Budget 2017: Big investment in affordable housing, nothing to cool red hot markets
Federal Budget 2017: Trudeau government projects &28.5 billion deficit in 2017-2018
Federal Budget 2017: Liberals extend parental leave to 18 months, boost childcare funding
Federal Budget 2017: How the budget will affect your pocketbook

MP Margaret Mitchell famously called wife abuse 'no laughing matter'
Reeve of Manitoba border town irked by behaviour of some asylum-seekers
Canada aims to avoid Brexit-cliff edge with trade talks
Liberals need to learn Islamophobia is a loaded term
MPs certain to mass M-103 Thursday but new poll says Canadians would vote down anti-Islamopohobia motion
Canadians doubt anti-Islamophobia motion will have any effect, even if they support it: Poll

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