Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Tuesday, April 25, 2017.

Why Trump is tweeting about lumber and dairy instead of tweaking NAFTA
Why we are talking about cupping and the Prime Minister
One soldier killed, three injured in military training accident in Alberta
Mulcair calls out Trudeau on 'hypocrisy' in marijuana anecdote
Softwood lumber tariffs will hit small B.C. Firms hard
Canada braces for lengthy softwood battle as Trump gets tough on trade
Supreme Court wary of prosecutors' requests for trial-delay tolerance
Ottawa changes its mind on UNDRIP,but it is taking a risk
Wilbur Ross says Canada is 'dumping lumber,' as Ottawa vows to push back
Solider killed, 3 others hurt in training exercise at CFB Wainwright
259,010 eligible to vote in Conservative leadership race
Liberals repeal Conservative immigrant residency requirements targeting marriage fraud
Canada braces for 'tough times' in U.S. lumber dispute
Justin Trudeau's troubling broken promise on methane
Hurry up and wait strategy of dealing with the U.S.
Lumber may be only the beginning Trump's trade tiffs with Canada
Blame Canada was a spoof, Mr. President:Bad week for U.S. trade relations may get worse
How did Canada suddenly become Public enemy No. 1 in Donald Trump's trade war
Prime Minister Trudeau photographed with formner VP of group on Canadian terror list
'What are you puffin?' Environment Minister marked World Penguin Day with video of wrong birds
Me and Michel Trudeau:The story of two drug busts
When all else fails, blame Canada!
The Bernier advantage is getting results
Trudeau living in fantasy land

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