Friday, July 21, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, July 21, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, July 21, 2017

BC Wildfires

Our archive of notes from the weekend can be found here

It's not Jagmeet Singh's turban that's the NDP's problem in Quebec
Free traders of the red states
Trudeau urges opposition to leave 'domestic squabbles' at home
As Conservative Party deputy leader, Lisa Raitt hopes women will 'see themselves' in her
Agriculture ministers reach five-year, $3-billion deal to boost farm sector
Chinese firm expelled from trade association days before takeover of Canadian high-tech company
Illegal border crossings by asylum seekers decline in Manitoba but spike in Quebec
Many Indigenous families not applying for Canada child benefit: documents
Khadr's war crimes appeal could hinge on bin Laden propagandist's case
Pierre Poilievre's golf shirt a faux pas, elections watchdog rules
Judicial watchdog finds no problem with judges attending sponsored cocktail parties
Liberals quash NDP push to question Justin Trudeau on NAFTA
Illegal crossings at Quebec border hit new high, drop in Manitoba
Between the devil and the deep blue sea
Not even Europe's tumult can distract from what's happening in Trump's America
Trudeau slams Conservatives for taking 'domestic squabble' over Khadr to U.S.
Everything you will need to know about income sprinkling an dhow it will affect you
What does it mean to be Canadian? David Johnston knew
Canadian military aircraft have not flow in Syria for weeks: commander
Federal government still battling chronic backlog of appointment vacancies
Angus heads to Singh's backyard in attempt to win support from Muslim community
Justin Trudeau urges opposition to leave 'domestic squabbles' at home
BC's LNG industry dealt another blow as regulator forced to Re-review Gas Pipeline
Pacific Northwest LNG project encounters legal hurdle

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