Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Tuesday, May 23, 2017.

Canadian reaction to Manchester, England bombing

NATO, G7 leaders to focus on terrorism at meeting this week
Smothering the burning embers of terrorism
Manchester remind us that we're all vulnerable
Trump's Riyadh farce exposed in Manchester
Former Spy Chief says Canada should be careful about scaling back C-51 after Manchester attack
Global monuments go dark, light up for Manchester attack victims

Canadian Museum of History aims to avoid CBC's pitfalls with new exhibit
Ottawa to kick off $950 million innovation 'supercluster' competition
Shell to sell $4.1 billion stake in CNRL
Canada dives deep into digital data to make case to U.S. on NAFTA: Freeland
Nearly 42,000 businesses apply for Canada Summer Jobs funding
Western leaders must keep alliances until U.S. comes to its senses
Could Trudeau's sunny days be coming to an end?
Federal inmate dies by suicide after 118 days in solitary confinement
Online threat against Sophie Grégoire Trudeau leads to arrest of Lethbridge woman
Division is the biggest threat to federal Conservatives, says Kenney
Canada dives deep into data to make case to U.S. on NAFTA, says Freeland
Third party election activities under scrutiny as complaints rise
Frustrated families vow to 'blockade' missing and murdered inquiry hearings
Growth Council's new tasks: unlock business spending, broaden job skills help
Supreme Court urged to clarify law on journalist source protection
Magnitsky legislation puts Canadian Human Rights policy back on track
For Canada, 2017 is remarkably similar to 1867
Time for Parliamentarians to tighten election rules on third parties and foreign money
Getting people to hate Notley's NDP was easy. To beat them, conservatives need to be a credible alternative
Millions in foreign funds spent in 2015 federal election to defeat Harper government, report alleges
Greens, NDP would Sacrifice Legitimacy By Imposing Proportional Representation

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