Monday, June 26, 2017
Ottawa Observations: Monday, June 26, 2017
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Monday, June 26, 2017.
Pentagon to review contracts with Norsat after Chinese takeover
U.S. slaps additional duty on Canadian lumber producers
Canadian, Mexican confidence in U.S. leadership plummets: report
Liberals waiting for more details on Trump's immigration ban decision
Resuming harassment probe after Don Meredith resigned a mistake: lawyer
Liberals launch counter-radicalization centre, adviser not yet appointed
Don't count on Trudeau to keep his many promises
Canada is placing bets on 'open science' to drive innovation
Whatever happened to the Trump growth take off?
Trudeau government promises to defend lumber industry in face of new U.S. duties
Liberals ease trade with Belarus, leaving N. Korea as last country on restricted list
'Before tragedy strikes': Liberals launch centre to prevent homegrown terrorism
Liberal government waiting for more details on Trump travel ban decision
Transport Canada introduces new rail security measures
Justin Trudeau's approval ratings down since last summer recess: polls
How independent is the Senate under Justin Trudeau's rule?
Canada and China sign no-hacking agreement to protect trade secrets
Under Trump, a majority of Canadians dislike the U.S. for the first time in 35 years, likely much longer
Parliament's in summer mode but political machinations go on
Bob Paulson accused of nepotism in final days as top Mountie
Military goal to reflect society deserves support
Looking forward, not back at Canada's future
Trudeau's frivolous take on Obama's call for 'more Canada'
Of course populism is on the rise in Canada
Greens vote against giving themselves party status to stay unified with NDP against B.C. Liberals
Another social media stunt? Justin Trudeau attends Toronto Pride wearing 'Eid Mubarak' socks
Unions warn private contractors could jeopardize public security under Liberals' new defence plan
NDP leadership hopeful Jagmeet Singh to get his first endorsement from caucus
Liberals weigh whistleblower protection update amid backlash over access-to-information bill
Canada 150 unhappiness? Blame 1967.