Monday, July 17, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, July 17, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Monday, July 17, 2017

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Our archive of notes from the weekend can be found here

U.S. issues sweeping demands as NAFTA talks near
Housing sales fall in most markets across Canada
BoC rate hike unlikely to shift consumer behaviour: experts
Quebec City Muslim community vows to continue fighting for rejected cemetery
Trump's political descent could take NAFTA down with him
Poor health care-ranking a sign our system needs fixing
Thousands of veterans' graves in disrepair due to lack of federal funding: audit
What the U.S. wants from NAFTA talks
Omar Khadr payout gets larger U.S. media attention after Tory MP pens op-ed
Ottawa looks to shore up senior benefits program to prevent fraud, mistakes
Trump administration reveals goals ahead of NAFTA talks with Canada, Mexico
Indigenous leaders boycott 'segregated' premiers meeting in Edmonton
Trade talks with Trump and the race for new pot rules top agenda for premier's meeting
Graves of 45,000 veterans in disrepair due to funding shortfall: audit
Canada funds Europe-based missile defence program but won't join one at home
Federal government looks to shore up seniors benefits program to prevent fraud, mistakes
'Missed opportunity': B.C.'s John Horgan will skip premiers meeting in Alberta
Renaming Ryerson University is a poor way to deal with Canada's ugly past
Five things to watch as U.S. reveals its NAFTA objectives
Ottawa targets income 'sprinkling' loophole that lets wealthy Canadians reduce tax bill
Justin Trudeau should overhaul how Parliament's watchdogs are chosen
NDP haven't been all that vocal about Khadr deal and here's why
U.S. releases 16 pages of NAFTA demands: 'This will not be a short negotiation'
NDP leadership race about to heat up as party searches for a new voice
Liberals apply double standards in revoking citizenship
Controversial Khadr payout starts getting play in U.S. media with help from Conservative MP
Why Canadian airport security is exactly as useless and arbitrary as you think
Funding shortage leaves 45,000 Canadian war graves in disrepair, audit finds
Chemical weapons from secret Canadian-U.S. mustard gas program in Panama to be destroyed
Mulcair calls it 'suspicious' Trudeau won't recuse himself from lobbying commissioner hiring process
NDP leadership candidate Jagmeet Singh receives first Quebec caucus endorsement
Is a premier's summit worth boycotting?
U.S. releases NAFTA objectives
The troubles in Thunder Bay should trouble all Canadians
Canadian government accused of abandoning families that sheltered Edward Snowden
Quebec City - area Muslim cemetery project won't be reintroduced: Mayor
Premiers forge ahead with Indigenous meeting despite boycott by 3 groups
Let's get real: Americans have been the big winners under NAFTA

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