Thursday, June 29, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, June 29, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Thursday, June 29, 2017.

A changing of the guard in Victoria as NDP set to take power
(see our BC Politics archive for a full review of the day's events)

Respect Indigenous people who don't want to celebrate Canada 150: Trudeau
Sajjan stays silent on Canadian combat in Iraq
Improving Canadian's income mobility is the next big policy challenge
RCMP's Bob Paulson sounds alarm on organized crime in exit interview
Quebec Superior Court blocks extension to fix discrimination in Indian Act
Canada is not about 'bricks and mortar,' Trudeau tells critics of Canada 150 choices
Canada to extend anti-ISIS mission by 2 years
'A state of crisis': Indigenous group calls for change as Canada nears
Summer dives set for Franklin ship as future ownership in limbo
'A broken relationship': PM speaks about Indigenous issues while on P.E.I.
NATO increasing troops in Afghanistan again, but Trudeau says Canadians won't be among them
Charge of threatening Sophie Grégoire Trudeau withdrawn against Lethbridge woman
CMHC to pay $4B special dividend to federal government
Manitoba government wants legal opinion on federal carbon plan
Prince Charles, Duchess of Cornwall land in Iqaluit offer greetings in Inuktitut
Teepee erected in ceremony on Parliament Hill after opposition from police
Teepee erected on Parliament Hill highlights pain of Canada 150, activists say
'What is the price of not fighting this war?" U.S., NATO allies dispute over troop levels in Afghanistan
Canadian military contractor targeted by hacker
Sex assault training for judges must be enshrined
Ottawa should leave daycare to provinces
You know who should be our next governor general? Justin Trudeau
Let's celebrate how Canadians now take pride in not being racist
Up goes a teepee on Parliament Hill, and on go the kid gloves
Trudeau calls for understanding as tempers flare during indigenous 'reoccupation' of Parliament Hill
Canadian Rangers patrolling reserve with knives - in case they have to cut down a child hanging from a tree
The Royals are here: Prince Charles and Camilla kick off Canadian tour in Iqaluit
Status registration could halt next week as judge refuses to grant government more time to fix Indian Act
Respect Indigenous Peoples who don't want to celebrate Canada 150, Trudeau urges
Beavers bicker a little less in revised edition of Senate's Wise Owls children's book
Western Canada's immigration appeal system in crisis lawyers say
NAFTA lawsuits target Canada most while U.S, hasn't lost yet
Inside Ken Dryden's hockey rink citizenship ceremony
The case for keeping 'Langevin Block'
Canada back on top of world's most reputable countries list
Ottawa to turn into fortress ahead of massive Canada 150 party
Justin Trudeau tells Canada 150 critics we are not about 'bricks and mortar'
Justin Trudeau to meet with Queen Elizabeth and Irish Taoiseach ahead of G20 summit
Indigenous women call reporter 'white lady,' demand she leave press conference
Conservative MP says constituency office computers were hacked
Forum on Trade with China, or Propaganda Campaign?
Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon's unelected power should raise questions about dumping the monarchy

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