Sunday, June 4, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, June 3 and 4, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Saturday/Sunday, June  3 and 4, 2017.

Enbridge eyes pipeline expansion after merger with Spectra Energy
Some indigenous groups embrace Quebec's proposal to reopen Constitution
Canadian auto sector divides on approach to NAFTA
Is Ottawa ready for a New Economy version of NAFTA?
New concerns emerge over Conservative leadership voting process
Ahmed Hussen visits refugee camps during first Middle East visit
Rejected NDP candidate Brian Graff heads to court, wants to run in leadership contest
On pipelines, Ottawa must have the final say
B.C. lobs a bombshell at Mr. Trudeau
B.C. Legislature faces a challenging search for a Speaker
Green party looks to build political sway beyond British Columbia
'He held her and watched her die in his arms': London victim from Castlegar, B.C.
Libyan-Canadian cleric linked to Manchester bomber plans return to Canada to clear his name
Liberals face pressure to crack down on crooked immigration consultants
Audit slams Rideau Canal managers for shoddy contacting
Pat Strogan quits NDP leadership race, slamming party for 'selfish, incompetent politics'
Don't mention the Constitution: why Quebec can't help itself
Former candidates for bilingualism post criticize nomination process as harmful, divisive
Trudeau might have moved on, but some still dream of electoral reform
'Constitutions are never closed,' says former Ontario Premier Bob Rae
Canadian killed in London terror attack remembered as 'a bright light'
Toronto 18 member shows no remorse
More Canadians seeking CPP disability benefits have denials overturned on appeal
Canadian military may need to search archives to find extent of gay purge
With Canada 150 celebrations looming, Ottawa vigilant in wake of London terror attack, may says
Sunny ways for the Conservative Party
B.C. woman Christine Archibald identified as victim in London terror attack
Politicizing Homolka puts Scheer's private school plan under scrutiny
The Paris agreement - a pretentious, moralistic, socialist document
After Trump, it's time for Canada to rethink its destructive green agenda
B.C. legislature in 'uncharted territory' as no party wants to give up voting member to be speaker
Experts dig up Covenater tank in English vineyard, a rare piece of Canada's D-Day history
'We are very vulnerable as a party': Pipelines could expose divisions among NDP leadership hopefuls
NDP leadership candidate Charlie Angus to tackle precarious work in new policy proposals
Justin Trudeau to appear on Live with Kelly and Ryan episode to be filmed in Niagara Falls, Ontario
Tories up in arms after pro-gun group obtains Conservative party membership list
B.C. government should resist the urge to be 'obstructionist' on pipelines: Nenshi
For B.C.'s Greens and the NDP, next test will be establishing 'stability'
The irony in Christy Clark's demise

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