Sunday, May 7, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, May 6 & 7, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Saturday/Sunday, May 6 & 7, 2017

Trudeau congratulates Macron on election as French president
Changes to mandatory minimum sentences overdue: advocates
Trump team shrugs off softwood lumber threat from Trudeau Liberals
Montreal declares state of emergency as flood fighting continues across Canada
Clark stands by trade threats to U.S. on eve of B.C. election
Conservative leadership candidates play fast and loose with Charter rights
Angry about U.S. duties on Canadian lumber? Blame B.C.
What's at risk for Canada in the America health-care war?
Justin Trudeau takes a lot of questions, but doesn't always answer
Military, Veterans Affairs to test effects of medical marijuana on PTSD in clinical trial
Montreal declares state of emergency as flooding continues
Liberals eye changes to mandatory minimum sentences
Roma say they're being barred from flights to Canada
Bombardier's comedy of errors isn't funny
Justin Trudeau should walk the walk on press freedom
Question Period. It is not pretty, but it's public
The next NDP leader needs Western support - here's how to earn it
Canada's reaching the limits of income redistribution
Our 'fake news' carbon targets
Why I'd vote for Maxime Bernier
2019: Justin Trudeau vs. (fill in the blank)
The problem with Trudeau's diverse cabinet: Rookie ministers make rookie mistakes
Trudeau Liberals have only passed 17 government bills since coming into power
CSIS suspected Soviet spies of stealing William Lyon Mackenzie King's diary full of atomic secrets
With more seniors than ever, a report suggests how Trudeau could lower the cost for millennials
Tory leadership hopeful Michael Chong: "I've said no to bigotry'
Next round of China-Canada trade talks coming this summer: John McCallum
Time for an 'honest' list of defence costs, says Marc Garneau
Liberals to reject changes to union bill, setting up Senate showdown
French nationals in Quebec vote in their thousands for presidential election

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