Sunday, April 30, 2017

Ottawa Observations: April 29 & 30, 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 29 & 30, 2017.

Trudeau Liberals drop most contentious proposals for reforming House rules
Harjit Sajjan facing criticism over Operation Medusa comments
A tale of two shipyards
Retroactive softwood lumber duties hit bulk of Canadian producers
Ottawa has no Plan B if Trump comes after dairy supply management
Canada's dairy farmers could become global champions
BC Liberals' stance on coal exports puts Ottawa in tough spot
Two Tory leadership hopefuls could beat Bernier - it they don't beat each other first
Liberals drop some proposals, but seem ready to move ahead with Reform to Parliament
Mexico and Canada 'in this together' on NAFTA, amid Trump confusion
True test of Trudeau's extensive data devotion will be whether he follows the numbers
Look beyond the jesters, and you'll find real, live progressive conservatives in the CPC race
Pipeline politics: How an NDP victory in B.C. could divide Canada's left
Revenge of the comment section: Could any of these Conservative candidates defeat Trudeau?
Harjit Sajjan apologizes for claim about Afghan offensive
Criticism only makes Trump more powerful
What was Kevin O'Leary thinking?
Canada and China, a rapidly evolving relationship
Trump is hardly the first to milk the cross-border dispute over the dairy trade
Defence Minister's honour in question
PM mobbed at Khalsa Day event in T.O.
Filling the O'Leary void
Trudeau devalues citizenship
Trudeau and Wynne need to rein in their far-left spending
The Green energy sector relies on your tax dollars
The Senate wrote a kids' book: 'Wise owls' bring order to forest of bickering beavers
Defence minister to face House of Commons after false claims about his role in Afghan role
'We value the same things': NYC makes bid for Canadian tourists amid fears of Trump-driven slump
Sajjan the soldier wouldn't claim credit for being 'architect' of operation: NATO officer
'I am truly sorry': Harjit Sajjan apologizes for claiming he was 'architect' of Operation Medusa
Liberals shelve House of Commons reform plans after opposition criticism
Harjit Sajjan's remarks 'deviated from the prepared text' during now infamous speech
Harjit Sajjan issues Facebook apology for recent gaffe over role in 2006 offensive
Fears of Trump-driven tourism slump force NYC reps north to woo Canadians
After a week of Trump tirades, voices on both sides of border urge calm
Canada badly needs champions for free trade
Manitobans still waiting for Ottawa's assistance with Emerson border crossings

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