Monday, April 24, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, April 24, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Monday, April 24, 2017.

U.S. imposing 20-pecent tariff on Canadian softwood
Trudeau sought RCMP probe of cabinet leaks on navy supply ship
Canada committed to 'counter-radiclaization":Freeland
The Milk War: How a letter in Wisconsin set off a trade dispute between the U.S. and Canada
Trudeau says his father's connections helped brother deal with marijuana charge
Ottawa drops objections to UN resolution on Indigenous consent
U.S. imposes preliminary duties up to 24% on'subsidized" Canadian softwood lumber
Trudeau says his dad went to bat for son Michel when he was charged with pot possession
Canada pursues possible trade deal with China as softwood lumber dispute with U.S. heats up
Softwood lumber decision Tuesday is Trump's next chance to hammer Canada
Vic Toews to face Canadian Judicial Council review over conflict-of-interest allegations
Security of Israel a key in Canada's fight against ISIS says Freeland
"Embarrassment to Canadians": Abuse, humiliation occurred at bases across country soldiers say
Terrorism concerns lead to security changes at passport offices
Trump threatens 20 per cent tariff on Canadian softwood lumber
Trudeau and Trump are watching the vote in France but for different reasons
What Donald Trump's anti-Canada rant means
No Canada doesn't need a second conservative party
Trump's theatrics on Canada are just that
Decade-long ceasefire over softwood lumber ends as U.S. prepares to levy tariffs of around 20%
New Liberal defence plan looks likely to leave military short-changed
Ambassadorto Ireland who killed Ottawa terrorist feared for his job after manhandling Dublin protestor
New Liberal defence plan loosks likely to leave military short-changed
Extra EI for regions hit by energy downturn tops $1 billion - double what was expected
At over $1 billion extra EI is costing Canada double what Feds thought it would 
Donald Trump announces 20 per cent tarrif on Canadian softwood lumber
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says Canada will have lots of allies if Donald Trump goes after energy trade

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