Friday, June 30, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, June 30, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, June 30, 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)

Upbeat BoC report boosts chance of rate hike
Protestors fight for Indigenous rights as country gears up for Canada 150 celebrations
Tracking the federal government's finances since Confederation
Trudeau visits with Indigenous group at Parliament Hill tepee
Canada to allow Russian asylum seekers to contest deportation
Federal health-care deal 'dangerous, reckless and risky': Brian Pallister
Higher interest rates will increase Ottawa's budget deficits, report warns
Trudeau, Notley welcome B.C.'s Horgan despite Trans Mountain pipeline rift
Celebrating 150 years of Canada's extraordinary vision
Good times are back (and they're going to get a lot better)
Michele Moreau resigns from inquiry into missing, murdered Indigenous women
Justin Trudeau visits 'reoccupation' teepee on Parliament Hill
Gender-neutral O Canada not law yet, but sing it anyway, Ottawa MP says
Retired soldier takes to life on the farm, with help from Prince Charles
Liberals downplay military role in Canada 150 celebrations, some historians say
More than 70% of Canada 150 swag made outside the country
Officials go through final preparations for Canada Day event in Ottawa
RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson wrestled with thorny issues of harassment, mental health
Prince Charles, Catherine O'Hara, Christine Sinclair among 99 recipients of Order of Canada
'In its rightful place': Teepee moved from far corner of Hill nearer to Peace Tower
Prince Charles, Camilla honour Canadian soldier who died in Afghanistan
Family of slain Quebec soldier condemns 'incompetence' of mental health workers who saw killer before attack
Andrew Scheer renews call for gas pump flags of origin
Steven Fletcher expelled from Manitoba PC Caucus
Executive director of murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls inquiry resigns
Hundreds of royal-watchers line the streets of Ontario to meet Prince Charles, Camilla
Lawyers across Canada on stand-by to monitor Trump's travel ban
Trudeau visits Indigenous activists in teepee on Parliament Hill
Want to see how far we have come? Compare Canada 150 to Expo 67 
What can you say about Canada? Sometimes not much
Facing the truth makes for a worthy celebration
A nation defined by vast lands and seas
Don Cherry snubbed for Order of Canada - again
Charles, Camilla honour soldiers who died in Afghanistan
It's a great privilege to be Canadian
Canada at 150, proud, strong, free
Indigenous candidates likely to be overlooked in choice of next governor-general
On Canada Day let us remind ourselves we have done well, even as we strive to do better
Michele Moreau resigns as executive director of missing and murdered indigenous women inquiry
Canadians feel for aboriginals, but our patience for insults has limits
The idea of 'Canada' is in even bigger trouble now than in 1967
Welcome to Canada, a country obsessed with always being 'fair'
How the rise of Canada is in some ways greater than even America's
Prince Charles and the Duchess, in their element in the countryside
Celebrating 'diversity' will only divide us, but celebrating Canada's unity keeps us strong
Canada's top soldier talks about the Canadian Forces challenges in the years to come
'We ruffled the feathers' says indigenous activist after PM's visit to Parliament Hill teepee
Celebrate Canada? Not Yet?
How things feel around that teepee on Parliament Hill
How Indigenous stories are taking centre stage in Ottawa
Police stop activists from erecting 2nd teepee amid Trudeau's calls for respect
Security tight at Parliament Hill gears up for Canada 150
Justin Trudeau praises John Horgan but avoids disappointment over pipeline
Justin Trudeau 'jealous' of immigrants and families who chose Canada

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