Sunday, April 23, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, April 23 and 24

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Saturday/Sunday April 22 and 23, 2017

Infantry soldier's story reveals gaps in Canadian Forces' inquiry system
Ottawa eager to move fast on China Trade deal over next two years
In U.S., China trade talks, Trudeau must perfect his juggling act
RCMP labour code trial to highlight concerns over wages, safety
Softwood lumber exporters  brace for punitive U.S.duties
Ex-veterans watchdog Stogran could shake up NDP race
How dairy farmers are trying to milk consumers with EU trade deal
Terrorism concerns lead to changes a passport offices in bid to boot security
Transgender inmate hopes to make history with transfer to women's prison
Let's get going on NAFTA renegotiation,says Marc Garneau
Liberals accused of 'housecleaning' of Tory appointees at refugee board
The artistry of balancing federalism
Trump is wrong about dairy protectionism, but Canada should still scrap it
New improved Senate isn't all that improved
Conservative candidates need to step up to the front
High taxes on pot will help criminals
Bitumen brawl splits Alberta and B.C. NDP on eve of upending 16 year Liberal dynasty
Donald Trump just might make us put on our big boy pants and make Canada great again
Knocked off balance by Trump,Canada prepares for 'all eventualities' on trade
Canada's complicated history with scientific freedom

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