Monday, April 10, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, April 10, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Monday, April 10, 2017.

Ottawa schedules emergency meeting as court delays intensify
Liberals set to table marijuana legislation, but key details need to be resolved
Canadians wary of deeper economic ties with China: poll
Ottawa tight-lipped on delay to improving no-fly list
More science, please, but hold the bureaucracy
Citizenship calculator: Compare Ottawa's old and new math on when you can become Canadian
Former Canadian soldier wants to be a reservist despite PTSD
Thousands of Mounties sign union cards and remove yellow stripes from their pants
It could be legal to carry up to 30 grams of marijuana under a bill to be tabled Thursday
After Vimy: Did Canada really find its independence in 1922 battle it refused to fight?
Trudeau says path to peace in Syria doesn't include Assad
More names added to CBC missing and murdered Indigenous women database
Ottawa calls meeting of justice ministers to deal with Jordan ruling fallout
Health Canada turns to Facebook to find Indigenous kids in need of care
'We were tortured': Recruits starved and humiliated as part of military training
Government isn't a tech startup - but it's trying to learn to code like one
Trudeau's pot promise is about to be put to the test
Syria's allies bear some responsibility for gas attack, Trudeau says
Fears of widespread trial dismissals not borne out, says law professor
Defending global human rights protects Canadian interests
Trudeau puts himself on the edge of a Syrian minefield
Trudeau and Trump will get along fine ... until talk turns to refugees
Game changes in Syria
'Wait, so it's two white guys?' The perils of designing bank notes by committee
Radical tax reform is in the wind: Here's how to make it efficient and fair
'We are very disappointed': Loss of Northern Gateway devastating for many First Nations, chiefs say
Liberal MP hosted group whose President says Mulsims want to "convert all Canadians"
Assad and his Syrian regime 'need to be held to account' for war crimes, Trudeau says
Terse email scuffle a sign of infighting amid rising frustrations in more-independent Senate
New $10 bill features the first woman and first Indigenous person on a bank note
Canadian Government expected to table recreational-marijuana regulations one week ahead of 4/20

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