Thursday, July 27, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, July 27, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Thursday, July 27, 2017

BC Wildfires

Our archive of notes can be found here

B.C. Premier says he expects softwood-lumber deal before NAFTA talks begin
Canadian job creation is at worst since 2009 recession, payroll surveys suggests
Mini cabinet shuffle looms in Ottawa ahead of bigger changes in 2018
SCC resource decisions do not put blind faith in the NEB
Ottawa announces plan to protect boreal caribou after legal action taken
Maxime Bernier eyes finance critic job, hints at future Conservative leadership run
First Nations leaders reject call for MMIWG commissioners to step down
MMIWG inquiry now reviewing conduct of police officers
Military cops struggle to enforce mental health laws
U.S. Republican leaders announce end of border tax proposal
Let's enjoy this moment of American envy of Canada
Naming Sen. Murray Sinclair to probe alleged racism in the Thunder Bay police force right now
Condemnations of Khadr reek of double standards
Polls, the Ugly American, Rolling Stone and the Mad hatter
Rolling Stone's Trudeau profile isn't unusually fawning - it's just late to the party
A conflict of interests between the BoC and Trudeau government
Years after two ships brought 568 migrants to Canada, seven acquittals and one conviction
Fears grown in Ottawa that Bank of Canada hiked rates too soon
Scheer wrong to propose return to partisan Senate
Liberals' China policy: We can't beat them, so let's join!
3 years after woman's death, Red Cross signs up to monitor CBSA detainees more often
Justin Trudeau's Rolling Stone cover wan't received too well by Americans ... or Canadians
Justin Trudeau's approval goes up despite continued division over Omar Khdar settlement: Ipsos poll
First Nations leaders divided on troubled MMIW inquiry: Bellegarde
Increase in Foreign Workers through Federal program still a problem, says union
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau issues statement on Korean War Veterans Day

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