Friday, June 9, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, June 9, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, June 9, 2017.

U.S. trade watchdog sees merit in Boeing's Bombardier complaint
Canada looks to China to rescue softwood lumber
NAFTA renegotiation will be 'unpredictable', Kathleen Wynne says
World Bank probing Bombardier railway deal
Ottawa unveils new feminist foreign-aid policy
Liberals' citizenship bill to proceed with some Senate amendments
U.S. tax reform coming this year, Mnunchin says during Ottawa visit
Liberals examining how to better target youth jobs program: Hajdu
Trudeau struggling to find replacements for independent federal watchdogs
Liberals table bill to give gun registry data to Quebec
U.S. trade commission will proceed with Bombardier investigation
U.S. treasury secretary sought to ease business, trade concerns during Ottawa visit
Liberals' citizenship bill to proceed with some Senate amendments
Liberals launch feminist-focused foreign aid policy
StatsCan's website struggled with software issues for almost  a month, emails show
NATO's secretary general hopes to see more of Canada following defence plan
Conservative Party puts Trost campaign 'on notice' over leaked membership list
'Rigorous approach' delays replacements for officers of Parliament
How would Scheer handle Trump? Lean on private industry, says Conservative leader
Plan to turn 100 Wellington into Indigenous centre caught community leaders off guard
Tax Freedom Day today means we're finally working for ourselves, Fraser Institute claims
Trudeau's new 'feminist' plan commits 95% of foreign aid to gender, women and girls by 2022
Rookie ministers turned into cannon fodder
Two Trudeaus, two ways of handling besieged presidents
When history comes back and bites you
'Not a fortress': Mayor, police chief outline Canada Day security on Parliament Hill
Is Trudeau finally backing our military?
By trampling on opposition powers, Trudeau tramples on our history
Chrystia Freeland should blame Obama, not Trump
Tax Freedom Day ... this year, one day later
The Liberals finally reveal that the Liberal approach to world affairs was wrong all along
'He actually understood what it meant to be a candidate': Andrew Scheer the ultimate political animal
International development minister hopes for big impact with new focus on 'women's empowerment'
Bureaucrats tried to scuttle naval supply ship plan, worrying it would make government look bad
Ontario slaps a higher toll on workers, apparently because we want fewer  of them
Coming B.C. NDP-Green agenda means province is next in line for an energy shock
If Liberals resist Trump-bashing they're headed for most serious foreign policy in years
Government not doing enough to bring justice Canadian wanted on genocide promotion charge: Tories
A new vision for Canada's foreign policy
New Canadian defence policy means more services for veterans
Canada's anti-ISIS mission will be extended, confirms Harjit Sajjan

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