Thursday, June 1, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, June 1, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Thursday, June 1, 2017

Mr. Trump bids a climate adieu to the Paris Accord

Trump pulls U.S. from Paris climate accord, raising challenges for Canada
With U.S. out, Paris Agreement could soon become the walking dead
Trump can pull out of the Paris accord - it won't derail the fight against global warming
Trudeau tells Trump Canada is disappointed by withdrawal from Paris climate deal
Trump quitting the Paris accord might not necessarily be the end of the world
Everything you wanted to know about Trump's decision on the Paris climate pact, but were afraid to ask
Trump told the truth
Trump says U.S. will pull out of Paris climate agreement
Merkel's moment to lead? Trumps move to pull out of Paris accord further riles Europe 
Trump abandons Paris agreement striking major blow to worldwide efforts to combat climate change
Do Trump's reasons for leaving the Paris climate accord add up?
'Make our planet great again': Macron trolls Trump over Paris climate agreement
Pittsburgh residents upset after Trump used them to justify Paris climate agreement withdrawal
Trump offered to 'negotiate' Paris climate accord; European countries said no
Elon Musk quits Trump advisory councils over Paris climate agreement pull-out
Donald Trump changes the climate game

U.S. softwood lobby assails Ottawa's aid package, calling it a subsidy
Minimum-wage hike may rock economy in Ontario
Ottawa suspends talks with Boeing over Super Hornet jet purchase
Bombardier, Boeing, Ottawa and a whole lot of baloney
Trudeau's request for residential school apology is a good first step. Now, do more
Canadian Forces curb use of mefloquine, but study findings anger veterans
Joly urged to cancel Madeleine Meilleur as pick for official languages commissioner
Warship replacement plan 2.4 times over budget: PBO
Reopen the Constitution? No Thank you
Alberta and B.C.'s relationship has gone sour
BC NDP's John Horgan puts Washington trip on softwood agenda
Couillard wants national unity dialogue despite little interest to reopen Constitution
More doubt cast over Super Hornet sale as Liberals break contact with Boeing
Don't let cyberattack threat deter Canada from online voting, says former head of NSA
'We are not opening the Constitution': Trudeau pans Quebec's plans
Quebec Liberal MP Marc Miller employs Mohawk language lessons in the House
Multibillion-dollar warship replacement plan 2.4 times over budget: PBO
Liberals grow the ranks of permanently gagged public servants
How 66 voters could have cost Maxime Bernier the Conservative leadership
Former staff to blow whistle to MPs about bank practices
Iveson asks Liberals to move money faster to deal with social housing backlog
Gordon Lightfoot and massive fireworks planned for Canada 150 in Ottawa
Ottawa's warship replacement plan more than double initial budget, watchdog warns
Cultural traditions continue to hold back South Asian women in Canada
Canadian officials can't agree whether Super Hornet talks with Boeing are suspended or not
Liberals to award $5B navy ship maintenance contract to private company despite union concerns
Senators, government in another time-sensitive showdown - this time over fixes to the Indian Act
Justin Trudeau and Bill Morneau are adopting the same bad habits as former kings
Conservatives get small bump in support despite public's unfamiliarity with new leader Scheer
B.C. premier welcomes fed $876M in softwood help
Canadian mayors press Liberals to fast-track affordable housing funding
Canadian winery owners arrested, put on trial in China for customs valuation dispute
The Big Winner in BC's Election? Citizens
What Madness Lies Ahead for BC's Legislature
Four principles that can end Chronic Homelessness

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