Friday, May 19, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, May 19, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, May 19, 2017

Inside Canada's hardening NAFTA strategy
Rifts between Jean, Kenney emerge as Alberta's right tries to successfully unite
Boeing seeks to fend off Canada threat over jet deal: source
O'Leary support base split on Bernier, official say
The infrastructure bank's boondoggle breeding program
CRTC leaves Canadian television to fend for itself in Netflix age
First Nations leaders question safety of youth in Thunder Bay
Trudeau says Canada will be 'resolute and firm' on trade interests
Team Trudeau's precarious friendship with Jared Kushner
Canada's marijunana legalization plan holds to 'spirit' of drug treaties, task force leader says
Trudeau Liberals delay gun-marking regulations despite election promise
Ottawa reconsiders Boeing purchases amid accusations against Bombardier
With bills unpaid, Kevin O'Leary campaign is more than $200K in debt
MMIWG chief commissioner still had 'hope' despite rocky start
RCMP agrees to reinstate former Mountie discharged over Mayerthorpe trauma
Almost half of Conservative members have voted in leadership contest
Canadians 'reluctant' to accept new police powers, prefer privacy online, government finds
Trudeau to ask Pope to apologize over residential schools
Big banks to face questions about banking practices
Rona Ambrose was the best leader the Conservatives never had
Trudeau Liberals delay gun-marking regulations despite election promises
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wraps West Coast week with community meetings
End of dynasty at Bombardier?
Liberals should not push through infrastructure bank without debate
Ottawa urges airlines to stop passenger bumping before law takes effect
Is the PQ running on empty?
Get ready for Trudeau's carbon tax on everything
Trudeau's carbon plan will fail
Yes, Canada's language commissioner does need top-notch English
The federal carbon tax has become unnecessarily costly
Chrystia Freeland's homespun take as Trudeau's minister for Everywhere
F-35's waiting in the wings as Liberals' 'interim' Super Hornet purchase in limbo
Notley learns a hard truth about social licence - it's not meant to be granted, ever. That's the point
Afghanistan, the sequel. Why would Canada return to a war it would rather forget?
Missing, murdered indigenous women inquiry will seek extension, admits to 'poor communication'
Resupply mission to Alert, Nunavut falls short as stubborn fog prevents RCAF transports from landing
Rona Ambrose will give the Tory leadership winner the same advice Stephen Harper gave her
Iranian-Canadians drive to U.S. for only option to vote in Iran election
Justin Trudeau says he'll work with B.C. and Alberta on Trans Mountain
Majority of Canadians want Bill C-51 repealed: government report
Canadian speculators, Not Foreign Money, Are Driving Up Home prices
NAFTA renegotiation and a Prairie showdown

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