Sunday, April 16, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, April 15 & 16, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Saturday/Sunday, April 15 & 16, 2017

Justice Minister defends proposed 14 year maximum sentence for providing cannabis to minors
Judges call to reduce court delays in child-protection cases
A dirty little secret about governments? No matter the party, they all like to avoid scrutiny
Canada Revenue Agency grapples with 'phantom' worker pay
Justice Minister says upcoming court delay meeting 'not about appointing blame'
Asylum claims lodged in Canada from Mexico rise again in March
Canada moves to  citizenship from man accused in Guatemala massacre
Betrayal and beginnings - welcome to party leadership races
Trudeau's true colours emerge
Worried Canadians have a story, but NDP leadership race isn't telling it
Michael Chong for tory leader
Buy low, sell high, and other dope on legalized pot
Number of asylum claims lodged in Canada from Mexico rose again in March - highest yet in 2017
'I think I have the best chance of winning' says Tory leadership hopeful Andrew Scheer
TPP was Obama's 'renegotiation of NAFTA': former trade envoy
MP Peter Julian puts climate change at centre of federal NDP leadership bid

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