Friday, July 28, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, July 28, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Friday, July 28, 2017

BC Wildfires

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Departure of Christy Clark 

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Ottawa calls for investigation into Saudi Arabia's apparent use of Canadian-made armoured vehicles against citizens
At least three firms in competition to design new warships for Canada
Opposition, activist call on Liberals to sanction Venezuelan government
China accuses Canadian-Chinese tycoon of major role in pyramid scheme
Ottawa ready to review Saudi arms deal after violent crackdown apparently used Canadian-made vehicles
Proposed corporation rules could be taxing for dozens of MPs
Underwater vehicle probes depths of Lake Ontario for long-missing Avro Arrow model planes
Chippewas must pay energy giant's legal bills in lost court battle
Border guards fired guns 18 times in a decade - accidentally in most cases
The AFN meetings are over, now where does the work begin?
Loonie shoots higher as oil rises, economy posts strong growth
Toronto man accused of spying for China and Taiwan
Supreme Court makes it clear. Indigenous peoples can't veto pipelines
Canadian values? We don't mutilate women
Some good news for Canada's economy
Petronas debacle confirms that Canada simply isn't open for business
Forced Aboriginal sterilization a devastating failure of medical system
Quebec's economy crawled out of the doghouse. Now, it's a powerhouse
Reports of Saudi abuses using Canadian-made armoured vehicles cause 'deep concern' in Ottawa
Successful Toronto businessman fights government charge that he is a spy for China
On Dunkirk, Khadr and claptrap about our outgoing Governor General
Justin Trudeau pleased after U.S. officials scrap border adjustment tax plan
Feds start fiscal year with modest surplus, but big spending on the horizon
A beer with Andrew Scheer: Conservative Leader, Popcorn addict ... Feminist?
Feds halt Taseko Mine's drilling activities at New Prosperity

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