Friday, April 28, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, April 28,2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, April 28, 2017.

Trump to order probe of 'abuses' by trading partners
Bombardier in U.S. trade fight as Boeing takes aim at C Series
Home Capital scrambles for buyer as deposits fall further
Basic income is an opiate for the masses, not a sustainable solution
Dairy,lumber  and NAFTA: How Canada got a lesson in Trump's opportunism
First Nation Chief plans China trip to discuss Ring of Fire rail line
Reforms an option to tackle Canada's court delays: justice ministers
Melanie Joly urges patience on long road toward cultural policy shakeup
Liberals seeking trade deal with powerful Latin American trading bloc
Ottawa runs $11.5 billion deficit over first 11 months of 2016-17 fiscal year
A reality check on NAFTA for Donald Trump
Explaining the endless softwood saga to our extraterrestrial neighbours
Behind Trump's bluster, Americans are ready to do business with Canada
Canada restarts free trade negotiations with South America's Mercosur trading bloc
Justice Ministers craft plan to unclog court systems
Trudeau has ''window' to settle softwood dispute before NAFTA talks: Raymond Chretien
Sajjan expresses 'regret' for claiming to be architect of key battle against Taliban
Liberals 'doubly committed' to tackling marriage fraud while ending 2-year spousal residency rule
Dramatic drop in number of 'unfounded' sexual assaults in Canadian Forces: DND report
Centennial Flame Monument to get facelift with Nunavut images
First Nations police frustrated by lack of detail on new, adequate funding
Trump signs order to expand drilling in Arctic, Atlantic oceans
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan pays price for rash battlefield boast
Liberals resume cabinet fundraisers under new rules
Heritage minister calls for overhaul of news business
Time for Trudeau to move on from photo-op feminism:
Justin Trudeau’s twist on helping out the media
How Canada is expanding its softwood lumber markets
Now's not the time to cut corners in screening refugees
No free passes for asylum seekers
Bernier seems like the dream Tory candidate — so why does he make me nervous?
The elder Trudeau had it almost right. Now, Canada must be aware of the elephant's every tweet
The Europeans are as smug as ever, but they really don’t have a good reason to be
Sajjan retracts claim he was ‘architect’ of Canada’s biggest combat operation in Afghanistan
How Safe Is LNG? Not as Safe as the BC Government Has Claimed

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