Monday, April 17, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, April 17, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Monday, April 17, 2017

CSIS officials, counsel learning to share information with courts
Marijuana legalization: What was Justin Trudeau smoking?
Legalization plan doesn't include amnesty for past marijuana convictions: Liberals
We all pay the price for ballooning student debt
Trump to sign new 'buy American, hire American' executive order
'Canadians were not impressed' by federal budget: survey
Trudeau's Liberals: A midterm report card
No plan for pot-conviction amnesty amid legalization moves, Liberals say
Ottawa wants young teens to avoid criminal record for pot possession
Power and Politics speaks with Conservative leadership candidates
European cheese imports serve up tough choice for Champagne
Mayor John Tory lays out three priorities heading into housing meeting
Conservative rivals O'Toole, Leitch following divergent paths to leadership
Omar Khadr's criminal record in Canada shows 'absolute ignorance,' lawyer says
Kashechewan First Nation evacuated due to flood concerns
Trump to crack down on exemptions to 'Buy American' policies
No amnesty plan for past pot convictions amid legalization move
Retailers want in on the pot market
Ottawa has even more reason to fix security law
Fewer prisoners on parole isn't making us safer
What politicians should learn from United Airlines
Female genital mutilation is not a Canadian value
Trudeau needs to act now on Canada's border crisis
Trudeau's pot law makes it open season on all drivers
North Korea now a problem for Canada too
Time to up Canada's defence spending
Whoops! It looks like the Trudeau Liberals might have peaked too early on the economy
Spotlight falls on panel probing conduct of judge who spoke against land claim
With sound reason to proceed with caution, Liberals mostly got it right on pot legalization
Suddenly Canada has one of the world's fastest growing economies - but is it real?
Edmonton based Royal Canadian Air Force squadron deployed to Iraq
Feds want to make sure teens don't get record for pot possession
Could the Salish Sea become Canada's next World Heritage Site?

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