Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Wednesday, June 28, 2017.

Ottawa continues its fight for use of solitary confinement in federal prisons
Financial markets are banking on a July 12 rate hike from BoC
Science Minister Kirsty Duncan ready to begin science funding overhaul
Quebec, Canada and the national unity crisis we outgrew
Indigenous leaders call out Trudeau over funds for social services
Europe learning how to deal with Trump 'novelty' from Canada: Italian President
Record breaking sniper shot saved Iraqi lives: special forces officer
Health Canada to allow imports of drugs needed to treat opioid addiction
RCMP's Michaud outlines changes he'd like to see after Paulson's retirement
Five eyes agree to engage with industry on terrorist's use of encryption
Why Alberta may soon feel a bit more like B.C.
Trudeau to have private audience with the Queen ahead of G20 summit
Andrew Scheer says he will not appoint independent senators if elected prime minister
Bidder urges overhaul of design tender in $60B navy frigate program
More trouble for Canada-EU trade deal, as drug changes delay implementation
Ottawa spends $1.2M on travel for Phoenix training boot camp
Record-breaking sniper shot saved Iraqi lives, special forces general says
Bono, the Edge donating time for Canada Day concert, government says
Dreams of a gender-neutral O Canada are over - for now
Ottawa funds mentorship network to support indigenous health researchers
Low interest rates have 'done their job,' Bank of Canada governor says
Canadian scientists labouring under massive funding gap, report finds
Ottawa urged to suspend refugee pact U.S. court reinstates Trump's travel ban
Trudeau's popularity reveals more about the lacklustre standing of Canada's premiers and the opposition he faces
Gender-neutral anthem would have been fine birthday gift to Canada
Canadians see U.S. through a glass, darkly
Ottawa battens down for Canada Day as ISIS threatens attack
Trudeau devalues the meaning of citizenship
O Canada, Liberal tactics are a disgrace
Let's judge Justin Trudeau on his record, not just his image
Integration and vetting matters
Trudeau's petulant, tone-deaf performance a remarkable milestone
Politicians will keep control over research spending, not expert council: science minister
The Avro Arrow failed to soar, but it woke up the world to Canada's brightest minds
If we're serious about reconciliation, here's some better ideas than wallowing in shame
Canadian special forces spy planes could monitor cell phone conversations over battlefields - and Canadian cities
Canada's long ride with rock-bottom interest rates appears to be ending
Trump travel ban: What Canadian residents can expect at the border
Canada, Europe's NATO members to raise defense spending in 2017
How Canada could break up with the Monarchy

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