Thursday, May 25, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, May 25, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Thursday, May 25, 2017.

Canada's judges urged to speak out and change outdated perceptions
Quebec seeks probe of Davie shipyard as part of ferry contract review
Citing Manchester, Trump rebukes NATO over defence spending
Conservatives, welcome to urban Canada. You need these voters
The new Conservative leader must look beyond the party's rural roots
Quebec resort town in Charlevoix region to host 2018 G7 meetings
Nigel Wright broke ethics rules during Duffy affair: watchdog
Ottawa seeks to preserve residential-school testimonies
In B.C., at least one certainty: Political leverage is fleeting
Are B.C. Greens ready for the spotlight?
To burst Trudeau's bubble, Conservatives need a sharper edge
More than a million restricted, prohibited guns in Canada
Trudeau suggests defence review will invest more in troops than weaponry
Nigel Wright broke ethics rules during Mike Duffy affair: watchdog
Families of missing, murdered women urge critics to get behind national inquiry
Trudeau says Canada will keep sharing intelligence amid U.S. controversies
Justin Trudeau faces next Trump test at NATO and G7 meetings
Liberals for over another $30 million to keep Canada at F-35 table
Tougher methane regulations to be phased in between 2020 and 2023 under Canada's climate change plan
Uncertainty the word as B.C. political parties wrestle for power
Supreme Court to look at constitutionality of victim surcharges
Government accused of hoarding Canadian history in 'secret' archives
Fate of residential school records in hands of Supreme Court
NATO members wait to hear where Trump stands on alliance's existence
Conservative leadership race down to its final days
Ethics watchdog says Harper aide Nigel Wright breached guidelines in Duffy affair
We must never accept terror as the new normal
Nigel Wright deserves better than this
The obvious lesson about terrorists - they hate us for who we are, not what we do
Alberta's British invasion: Massive military base allows troops from U.K. to replicate war
Details slow to come as first hearing on missing, murdered indigenous women set to begin
Nigel Wright violated ethics rules in trying to help pay Mike Duffy's Senate expenses: watchdog
'We have no choice': Liberals pour $142M into Phoenix pay system in hopes of fixing boondoggle
Political Neophyte Takes Aim at NDP leadership
Mayors across the country call for feds to lead on opioid 'national emergency'
Justin Trudeau could shuffle cabinet as agenda lags, rivals regroup
Former BC Cabinet minister Grace McCarthy dies
Trailblazing B.C. politician Grace McCarthy dies

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