Friday, April 21, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, April 21, 2017

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

How butter's surge in popularity led to Trump's attack on the Canadian dairy industry
Health Canada proposes changes to rules on importing prescription heroin
Saskatchewan ruling on Catholic schools could have far reaching consequences
Judge lifts publication ban on RCMP case against Vice-Admiral Norman
B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark lashes out at U.S. lumber industry
Canada expands Syrian sanctions list
Canada could be called on for troops in event of war with North Korea
Why Trump is racing against the clock on NAFTA: The Mexican election
Former cabinet minister-turned-Manitoba judge broke conflict of interest rules, commissioner finds
Can Trudeau talk Trump out of trade fight? Maybe he won't have to
Handful of Syrian refugees paid sponsors to come to Canada, evaluation reveals
Hundreds of Syrian refugees in Canada stuck with erroneous names
Pot taxes will stay low in order to push out criminals, Morneau suggests
Trudeau-Italian PM affirm trade bonds in face of Trump protectionism
Trade tribunal slams federal government on use of national security exceptions
Canada slaps new round of sanctions on Syria
Canadian jets intercept Russian bombers for first time in 2 years
Trudeau wise to hold fire over Trump's trade tirade
Trudeau commits to 'respectful' talks after Trump's trade outburst
As Trump talks tough, New Brunswick seeks continued exemptions on lumber exports
Pot laws looked like they'd never change -- Then Wham
How to control Canada's border
Canada weakens citizenship while Australia strengthens it
After a nuclear war, only cockroaches and Canadian supply management would be left
If the eco-fanatics hate Justin Trudeau this much, imagine what they think of you
Roadside spit-testing for pot: an impossible, unconstitutional solution to a non-problem
Former Harper cabinet minister Vic Toews found guilty of conflict-of-interest violations
Emissions down slightly, but Canada not yet on track to meet 20230 climate targets: report
'I'll just watch you because I know you like that'" That regrettable moment in the B.C. leaders debate
Justin Trudeau cites 'tremendously strong' trade ties with Italy in meeting with Paolo Gentiloni
The risk of a financial crisis in Canada is growing
Is the Trump-Trudeau women's council real or fake?
A brief history of high taxes and government meddling

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