Sunday, May 14, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, May 13 and 14, 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 May 13 and 14, 2017

Ottawa, provinces would be smart to heed Poloz's warning on trade-war dangers
Home Capital risk contained, but 'unsustainable' housing market a primary concern: Poloz
Ottawa set to release details of hybrid carbon-tax plan
Jagmeet Singh poses unique threat for Trudeau Liberals
How Norway stood up to Putin - and what Canada can learn
Conservative leadership race divides along new poles
Cable reveal Canadian government's muted reaction to Zimbabwe massacre
Airline passenger bill of rights will go to Parliament this week
From fringes to front runner, Maxime Bernier's long road to redemption
Morneau won't rule out Home Capital bailout but expects private solution
China pitches 'One Belt, One Road' by telling other countries they have noting to fear
International admissions to Canadian universities see significant increase
Canadian officials ready for NAFTA renegotiation talks with U.S.
Defence policy review to be released after Trudeau meets NATO allies in Brussels
Syria's al-Qaeda affiliate escapes from Canada's terror list
'We haven't fully dodges this bullet': Cyberattack havoc could grow as work week begins
West Texas Oil Boom threatens recovery in Canadian oilpatch
A secretive Silicon Vally tech giant set up shop in Canada. But what does it do?
'It's not in the bag': Why frontrunner Bernier isn't a lock to win Conservative leadership
Hundreds of Quebec lumber workers among the first to lose work after Trump's softwood tariffs
B.C. on the cusp of a better kind of 'different'
Forget about Trump, worry about Trudeau
When will Liberals face reality?
'Opposition sharpens attack on 'reverse Robin Hood' Infrastructure Bank
Appearing to retreat on claims made last year, Liberals steer toward boost in defence spending
Sajjan a target of Russian cyber campaign aimed at undermining NATO's presence in Baltic republics
We're keen to sit down at the table': Canadian officials ready for NAFTA talks with U.S.
One Conservative can beat the Liberals, decimate the NDP and vaporize the BQ
Trudeau shrugs off pressure to make decision on Mali peacekeeping mission
Different takes for different provinces as Canada moves to legalize pot
Canada to remain 'firm' as Donald Trump eyes massive NAFTA changes
Don't be like us, America: Resist Trump's war on the Census

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