Friday, May 5, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, May 5, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, May 5, 2017.

Liberals gave investors 'extraordinary control' over infrastructure bank: opposition
Trudeau vows action against U.S. softwood lumber tariff
Quebec calls in army as Central, Eastern Canada brace for floods
Alberta Tories are pro-Bernier - and that says a lot about Canada
The many oddities of the Conservative leadership campaign
Kellie Leitch says she has no regrets about Conservative leadership campaign
Tensions flare as two Tory MPs call on Trudeau to visit Manitoba border
Liberals, Senate headed for legislative showdown over union bill
Canada helping battle famine in South Sudan, ready to do more: Trudeau
Private sector role in Canada Infrastructure Bank raises conflict-of-interest questions
Canada weighing multiple trade actions against U.S. over softwood lumber dispute
Federal government deploys troops to flooded regions amid warning worst is yet to come
'Wonderful program' training indigenous students as pilots can't keep up with demand
Talks with British on ownership of Franklin artifacts still unresolved
It's crunch time as Conservatives vote now for new leader
Tempers flare in Manitoba border town after Conservative MPs visit
How the TTC's $1B deal with Bombardier has gone so wrong for so long
Meaning of Meredith: Is the Senate getting more accountable?
Canadian universities must create diversity plans or risk losing research funding: council
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan will live to fight another day
Beer case gives Supreme Court a chance to correct past mistakes
Canada on track for all-time high in asylum claims
Trudeau citizenship law is win for Toronto 18 terrorist and loss for Canada
Immigration issues remain a concern
Canada-U.S. trade: Deja vu
Premier Wall and Senator Beyak have dared to do what others won't. They deserve our praise
How Canadian commanders will use hockey to keep soldiers safe from Russian 'honey pots'
It's crunch time for the Conservative leadership race: Here's everything you need to know
Sajjan could have been exactly the defence minister Canada needed, and now he's ruined that
After lobbyists uninvited, Justin Trudeau attends his first party fundraiser since new policy introduced
Clinton lost due to poor performance among African-American, Latino and Asian voters: Canadian embassy
Trump fumes while Canada's dairy farmers enjoy renewed industry investment
Trudeau letter boosts BC Liberals as NDP tries to snatch Green votes
Transport Minister gives interview on national defence as embattled Sajjan not available
Justin Trudeau says Canada looking to do more to help South Sudan famine
Ottawa announces long-term commitment to Easter Canada's ferry industry
Canada's ambassador to Hungary summoned after questioning academic freedom, fate of Budapest school

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