Friday, June 2, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, June 2, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, June 2, 2017

Discord over Trans Mountain expansion rattles Canadian politics
Bernier camp casts doubt on Conservative leadership vote
Canadian researchers rally around funding recommendations
Federal government approves three supervised-injection sites in Toronto
Trudeau urges municipal leaders to see infrastructure bank as voluntary
The B.C. election is over, but Round 2 is just getting started
Feds say they can't accept Senate changes to bill aiming to end Indian Act sexism
Federalism might be our best hope in fighting climate change
Phoenix pay problems spike due to labour deals, summer hiring
B.C.'s election has imperilled a hydroelectric megaproject in the province's northeast
Quebec is right to reopen a constitutional discussion
John Horgan's NDP mulls over which anti-Trans Mountain court case to join
Conservative Party takes disciplinary action after membership list is shared
U.S. consultants slam Shared Services Canada for failing projects
PMO not aware of any cellphone contact between Trump and Trudeau
Quebec constitutional talks risk opening Pandora's box
Ottawa forefeited $8.7B in uncollected tax in 2014, says report
Mayors press Trudeau Liberals for help to handle legalized marijuana
Massive privacy breach at Public Services reveals workers' salaries
Conservative MP endorsements made a difference in leadership vote
Summer hires, new contracts stall Phoenix fix
Canada's trade surplus with U.S. hits highest level in three years
Bernier supporters raise doubts about Tory leadership vote
Quebec's paper on its place in the federation serves a party purpose
Conservative leadership convention gave us drama - and data
Politicizing Homolka puts Scheer's private school plan under scrutiny
Trump is right to stand up to the nonsense that is the Paris deal
Trump keeps his promises scrapping climate deal
B.C.'s Greens and NDP prove anti-oil types won't settle for anything but crushing Alberta
Trump calls out global-control agenda of the Paris deal, but Canada remains oblivious
Meech Lake again? With the same doubletalk, debates and fallacies? How about we just don't
Tories up in arms after pro-gun group obtains Conservative party membership list
More than 15,000 people charged with pot possession since Trudeau elected in 2015
How the B.C. Liberals squandered there chance to keep power
Canadians shouldn't be smug about America's Paris accord retreat
Canada ranks among the world's priciest places to fly from: index
No further concessions on Trans Mountain, Kinder Morgan Canada says
John Horgan urges BC Hydro not to finalize Site C deals
Horgan to Hydro: Don't sign New Site C contracts or evict residents
Can Trump Make Trudeau Put His Money where His Mouth is?
Is a 'Progressive' Trade Deal Possible with China?

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