Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Wednesday, May 24, 2017.

Senators amend legislation aimed at removing sexism from Indian Act
Bank of Canada leaves key rate unchanged, but 'soft hawkish tilt' emerges
U.S. Federal Reserve official urges preservation of trade ties with Mexico, Canada
What the Bank of Canada didn't say speaks volumes
Police deserve to march at Pride. The Manchester attack reminded me of that
Close the loophole for foreign money in Canadian elections
Canada considers donation to UN fund for victims of sex abuse by peacekeepers
Peter McKay, Jason Kenney say new Tory leader should be inclusive
Justice Minister's father calls missing, murdered inquiry a 'bloody farce'
BC Liberals denied majority as final election count leaves government in danger
With all the votes finally counted in B.C., this is where the bartering gets real
Canada brings home 1 of 2 Aurora surveillance planes from anti-ISIS mission
Jody Wilson-Raybould's father calls missing and murdered inquiry a 'bloody-farce'
U.S. view on NATO polarized while allied support climbs
NDP MP Nathan Cullen on tour demanding electoral reform
'Bittersweet' day for ex-RCMP women as sex-harassment lawsuit nears end
'Taxing the rich' gets biggest reaction in real-time survey of 2017 budget speech
53 First Nations reserves lack adequate fire protection: audit
NDP MP Nathan Cullen on tour demanding electoral reform
Price tag for fixing Phoenix pay system now tops original cost
Uncertain outlook keeps Bank of Canada firmly on sidelines for now
Ottawa offers $950 million for 'superclusters' to create jobs
Supreme Court to decide who owns the 38,000 stories of residential school survivors
Madeleine Meiulleur's appointment fails the non-partisan smell test
Time to stand up for Western civilization
Call it what it is, Islamist terrorism
Canada has dozens of jihadists walking free, yet authorities won't charge them
Manchester reminds us that we're all vulnerable
Foreign election influence happens in Canada too
'Urgent' Super Hornets are just another pawn in Trudeau's desire to prop up Bombardier
Final vote count confirms minority government in B.C., with Greens holding balance of power
Bernier brings ideas and personality to the Tory race. That's more than can be said for the others
Deadly Manchester attack pushes terrorism into spotlight at NATO summit, G7 meeting
New legislation good first step but not enough to curb fentanyl crisis: NDP critic
Canada deploys alternate numbers to defuse NATO defence spending situation
Canada a World Leader in Health? Not Exactly

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