Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Feds to back softwood industry with $860-million aid package
Inside the negotiations to determine B.C.'s next government
Scores killed, Canadian embassy damaged in Kabul bombing
Indigenous leaders call for oversight of Thunder Bay police
Liberals' fundraising bill fails to quell cash-for-access charges
Tory amendment would quash effort to make O Canada gender-neutral senator warns
From Paris to pariah: Trump to exit climate deal
What oil shock? Suddenly, Canada leads G7 in economic growth
Russian dissident calls on West to take stand against Putin
Two members of Joly's staff worked with official languages pick Meilleur
Defence Minister scolds Boeing for trade complaint against Bombardier
Documents suggest taxpayers poised for bigger risk in infrastructure bank
IMF warns of 'significant' risks from Canada's housing market
B.C. left-of-centre alliance expected to usher in green economic vision
Trudeau Liberals, B.C. set to face off over Pacific NorthWest LNG
B.C. has no exclusive claim on its coast, Alberta premier warns pipeline foes
Quebec plans to reopen constitutional debate, launch coast-to-coast discussion
Ottawa to announce nearly $1B in aid for softwood lumber industry
Airbus took a chance that paid off with its high bid for search and rescue planes
Bilingualism watchdog nominee never discussed post with Trudeau's top advisers: Joly
Conservatives trying to 'kill the bill' that would make O Canada gender neutral, senator says
Harjit Sajjan blasts Boeing over trade spat with Bombardier in defence industry speech
Government developing new firearms marking scheme
As U.S. weighs withdrawal, Canada still committed to Paris Accord, McKenna says
Shared Services Canada spread 'too thin,' consultations hear
Tory senator wants to close 'troubling' election loophole on foreign funds
Liberals to introduce legislation banning private cash-for-access fundraisers
How Stephen McNeil's Liberals won a slim majority government
Canada is 'blameless' for trade surplus, Trump trade official says, contradicting Trump
More troops won't solve Afghan mess
Trumped on climate change
Time to reassess Canada's green agenda
Trudeau's open border policy has a price
Dear Premier Clark, Don't give up (but try not to look like you are clinging to power)
B.C. is a on the precipice of a marvellous drama, with high odds of everything blowing up soon
Bernier didn't lose the leadership vote; it was stolen by infiltrators from the farmers' union
Defence Minister says Boeing's complaint about Bombardier means it's no longer a 'trusted partner'
Thirty years after birth of the Reform Party, its legacy lives in Conservative leadership results
Senate amendment to O Canada bill could force House to vote unanimously on new sponsor
BC NDP and Greens to push legal challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline
How a Senate amendment could wind up killing gender-neutral 'O Canada' bill
Paris climate agreement is 'better off' without the U.S., say experts
Donald Trump's Paris pull-out would put Justin Trudeau, Canadian businesses on alert, critics warn
John Horgan, Andrew Weaver visit B.C.'s government house
BC NDP and Greens to push legal challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline
Just under 50 people could face fines, charges over census refusal
Looking ahead to the 2019 election: How Scheer and Trudeau stack up on key trends
A brave new world of policy in British Columbia
An insider's view of the final week of Andrew Scheer's campaign
Ottawa and Alberta warned to tone down pipeline rhetoric
Forget any economic windfall from Kinder Morgan, Analyst says
How Putin has already won a stealth war
B.C. Liberals are doomed if they don't do an about-face on climate change

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