Sunday, July 9, 2017
Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, July 8 & 9, 2017
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Saturday/Sunday, July 8 & 9, 2017
Our archive of notes from the weekend can be found here
Contempt for G20 grows after divided leaders leave vandalized Hamburg
Trudeau defends apology and $10.5 million payment to Omar Khadr
The NAFTA fight: How Canada can win
Not all Indigenous peoples oppose pipeline development
G20 agenda undermined by the duty of taming Trump
G19 + 1: Division among G20 leaders and what comes next
Parks Canada preparing for busy Canada 150 season, including patrons behaving badly
After years of missteps, Canadian military officials hope procurement now on track
On Khadr, Trudeau says Charter protects all Canadians 'even when it is uncomfortable'
Canada, EU to provisionally apply CETA in September
G20 leaders steel themselves for Trump's next trade move
G20 leaders reaffirm support of Paris climate change agreement without U.S.
Canada pledges $20M for women's entrepreneurship program
El Salvador woman at the heart of legal challenge to Safe Third Country Agreement
After Bank of Canada hikes rates, what happens to Canadian dollar?
How Canada is fighting Daesh with friendship
John A. Macdonald was the real architect of residential schools
Canada's Space program has a diversity problem
Federal Conservative leader Scheer vows to put Liberal feet to fire over Khadr payout
Debate rages over $10.5M Khadr deal
Khadr payoff a slap in the face to all who serve
Eliminate poverty? Yes we can, say NDP candidates
Moving forward on aboriginal issues
Liberals two faced on Khadr
If U.S. Army medics had not saved Omar Khadr's life ...
G20 protests: police detain hundreds as riots continue after summit ends
Canada and European Union agree to begin free trade agreement this fall
Burnaby South NDP MP Kennedy Stewart endorses Jagmeet Singh for party leader
NDP leadership candidate Jagmeet Singh questions if India is destabilizing his campaign