Monday, June 5, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, June 5, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Monday, June 5, 2017.

Goodale vows 'seamless collaboration' by security agencies ahead of July 1
Jailing of Indigenous sex-assault victim sparks review of Alberta's justice system
B.C. faces challenge in search for Speaker
Canada's birthday boat: An old icebreaker embarks on a voyage of rediscovery
Senators question Meilleur's ability to be impartial as language commissioner
Trudeau expands on rejection of Quebec's bid to reopen Constitution
Infrastructure bank may bear 'significant' portion of risk in projects: documents
'Tell them Chrissy sent you:' Social media responds to plea from family of Canadian killed in London attack
Homeowner begs for leniency after BMO threatens foreclosure following Phoenix pay problems
Question of race in sex assault victim's jailing 'keeps me up at night,' Alberta justice minister says
CRTC scolds Bell for not offering enough pick and pay TV packages
Face-to-face for 1st time, Scheer and Trudeau exchange QP pleasantries
'I've always been fully impartial': Madeline Meilleur says she'll put languages post ahead of party politics
Federal watchdog investigating sales practices at Canada's banks, MPs hear
Canada keeps terror threat level unchanged after U.K. attacks, but will be extra-vigilant around July 1
Canadian general expects extension of anti-ISIS mission to Iraq and Syria
Canada's Access to Information Act has 'never been in worse shape,' CBC's Dean Beeby says
Random alcohol, drug testing for pilots under consideration at summit
Liberals face pressure to crack down on crooked immigration consultants
Canada-U.S. relationship 'unbelievably deep,' Trudeau says on Live with Kelly and Ryan
#ChrissySentMe: Canadian victim in London attack inspires people to help the homeless
Kim Who? Canada 'long overdue' for a female PM, Trudeau says
McKenna, Trudeau say Canada 'won't walk away' from fight against climate change
Little evidence Tories experiencing buyer's remorse over Scheer win
Live with Kelly and Ryan not Trudeau's finest moment
Terror in Europe affects Canada too
Canada needs to stop tolerating extremism
Concerns that Liberal anti-terror bill looks to protect rights at expense of security
#Chrissysentme: Canadian woman killed in London terror attack inspires outpouring of good deeds
'We saw KGB agents watching her': How Freeland's past prepares her to forge Canada's foreign policy future
Foreign Minister Freeland's speech will unveil a Canadian foreign policy rooted in multilateralism
Trudeau says he will focus on 'things that matter' rather than get 'bogged down' in constitutional talks
Campaigns, leadership and Conservative officials call 'bull---t' on complaints about vote counting
Scheer and Trudeau touch on terrorism, infrastructure funding in first Commons clash
Military brass purges items belonging to Vice-Admiral Mark Norman from DND headquarters
Scheer joy at press gallery dinner defending defence and citizenship borders
Will the U.S. spare Canada's steel producers as Trump touts 'Buy American' policy?
Trump administration asks Canada to end 'underhanded' dairy pricing class
The Canada most people don't see
Why British Columbia should hold another election - right away
Why the B. C. Liberals should suck it up and offer a Speaker
Can Andrew Scheer fix the Conservative Party's diversity problem?
Andrew Scheer and Justin Trudeau square off, finally
Prime Minister Ella-Grace Trudeau?
It's time to talk about terror in Canada
If you've ever smoked marijuana, beware of the U.S. border

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