Monday, July 24, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Monday, July 24, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Monday July 24, 2017

BC Wildfires

Our archive of notes from the weekend can be found here

Senator Murray Sinclair to probe Thunder Bay Police Services Board
B.C. Premier Horgan to meet with U.S. Commerce Secretary over softwood lumber
Advisory group warns Calgary's 2026 Olympic bid in peril if Canada gets World Cup
Health summit to be held in remote Ontario First Nation facing suicide crisis
Canada leads G7 in economic growth: IMF
Why you can thank Donald Trump for the 80 cent loonie
Canada lags in conservation efforts
Government, Indigenous leaders herald health agreement that will dismantle 'colonial' system
Canadian defence deal with Azerbaijan raises new questions about arms export controls
Canada trails G7 in protecting land, parks advocates say
Canada wasn't - and  ins't - ready for an Indigenous governor general
This American soldier saved Omar Khadr's life. Here's why he did it
Sen. Murray Sinclair to investigate Thunder Bay Police Board
Act now on Indigenous youth suicide crisis
Scheer's misguided attacks harmful to Canada
How Omar Khadr was caught in the American fog of war
Liberals' Citizenship guide overhaul is all 'feel good'
Spare me the lecture, Justin
Omar Khadr solidarity campaign?! You've got to be kidding me
With recapture of Mosul, Canadian analysts shift focus to ISIL targets in Syria
'It's inaccurate': Veterans' group criticizes Canadian Mint for 'Battle of Dieppe' collector coin
IMF predicts Canada will pass U.S. to top G7 growth this year
This obscure chapter in NAFTA could be Canada's deal-breaker
Why aren't the Liberals standing up to China?
The Liberals' plans for Indigenous reconciliation are just beads and trinkets
Earthquake expert proposes 'No Frack Zone' around critical infrastructure
A target of Scheer Vindictiveness
Infrastructure bank possible option for funding U.S.-Canada high-speed rail

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