Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Tuesday, June 27, 2017.

Trudeau dismisses security concerns over Norsat takeover
Prince Charles's charities work to undo past wrongs through reconciliation
Scientists brace for cuts as federal climate funding expires
Universal health care was the Centennial Generation's greatest achievement
Canada is lucky to celebrate with such a friend as the Prince of Wales
Trudeau heralds Canadian sniper's record-setting kill but falls short of calling it combat
Trudeau in the hot seat
Scientists decry plan for Ontario nuclear-waste site
PBO Fréchette faces 'huge challenge' of estimating cost of election promises
China attacks Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer for opposing bilateral free trade
Feds accept new info on planned nuclear-waste bunker near Lake Huron
Canadian sniper's shot 'entirely consistent' with non-combat role, Trudeau says
Israeli decision to shelve mixed-prayer space draws Canadian anger
How Trudeau lost his way on electoral reform
Trudeau blames Conservative senators for acrimony in Senate
Trudeau government shelves part of anti-spam law that would allow private lawsuits
Trudeau appoints his first climate change ambassador with revamped mandate
Liberals lose bid to halt trial over solitary confinement in prisons
Liberals meeting fiscal goals, but inherited $18B baseline deficit, Trudeau says
Trudeau touts open Canadian immigration system in face of Trump travel ban
Lawrence Cannon stepping down as ambassador to France in September
Federal Court chief justice calls for more independence as court faces budget crunch
Foonie? As loonie turns 30, it's time to think of a name for a $5 coin
Social media abuzz over Justin Trudeau's Pride appearance with 'Eid Mubarak' socks
Justin Trudeau eyes progress over the long term on economy, trade, Indigenous issues
Féte nationale parade organizers in Montreal apologize for float pushed by black teenagers
No security risks in Chinese takeover of Canadian satellite firm, Trudeau says
A few clouds invade Justin Trudeau's sunny skies
Is the federal government a champion of reconciliation or of discrimination?
More hot air from Trudeau
America and India tackle terror, while Canada plays identity politics
Liberal politicization of immigration system gets even worse
Canada and U.S. drawing closer to ending latest softwood lumber dispute, sources say
Trudeau claims his government has met fiscal targets and Conservatives partly to blame  for deficit
'There was no path' to bring in electoral reform, Trudeau says about breaking his promise
Canada cannot afford to turn soft on terrorism. It still needs C-51
U.S. lawmaker slams White House for lack of clear objectives as NAFTA hearing begins
A flabby core makes the Bank of Canada's interest rate decision tough
History is repeating itself in global geopolitics. What now?
Indigenous communities have to lead before Ottawa hands over funding, says Justin Trudeau
Canadian opinion of U.S. sees sharp decline after Trump's election
Record breaking sniper kill in Iraq doesn't suggest any combat role, says Justin Trudeau
New book suggests Canada is at political crossroads on 150th anniversary of Confederation

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