Thursday, July 6, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, July 6, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Thursday, July 6, 2017

G20 prelude

G20 summit opens with violent clashes between protestors and police
A guide to the G20, and the importance of nice socks
Trump and Putin finally meet on Friday. what will they talk about?
German police clash with protestors before G20 summit
Trudeau welcome warmly in Germany on eve of tense G20 meeting
Trudeau attends summit marked by widening Trump-Merkel rift
A 'totally unprecedented' G20
G20 leaders shouldn't let Trump stop action on climate change
G20 protestors revolting? You bet they are
What Trump needs to tell Putin
Stare Down 2017: Trump versus Putin as G20 begins
The Hamburg G20: What could possibly go wrong?

Ottawa pays out $10.5 million to Khadr
Would you apologize to Omar Khadr?
Four more Indigenous young people take own lives in Northern Ontario, sparking calls for actions
Peter Julian quits NDP leadership race, citing poor fundraising numbers
Former RBC CFO picked to chair Canada Infrastructure Bank board
Free Trade with China doesn't put Canadian interests first
Indigenous women's inquiry head denies process is drifting
Omar Khadr receives $10.5M from Ottawa, sources say
Italy's farmers 'demonizing' Canadian wheat in bid to protect domestic industry
Claim scalping of Mi'kmaq was justified risks further violence against Indigenous people, lawyer says
Peter Julian quitting NDP leadership race after failing to secure enough donations
National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls announces fall hearings
'Failing everyone': 204 cases tossed over delays since Supreme Court's Jordan decision
'It lit a fire under me' federal justice minister says of court delays ruling
Janice Fukakusa announced as new chair of Canada Infrastructure Bank
'Forgotten refugees' say they're tired of waiting for their cases to be heard
Indigenous students, student union push Ryerson University to change its name
Omar Khadr settlement a recognition that Canada went overboard in war on terror
Feminists should work to secure justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women
In praise of the income tax, on its 100th birthday
Under Islamic beliefs, Omar Khadr was no child
Proud Boys' behaviour might be goofy, but it is hardly 'deplorable'
Omar Khadr has received $10.5M settlement from federal government: source
Trudeau is making Kahdr rich, and he hasn't told us why
Why are Albertans so mad? The federal equalization program explained
Chief commissioner says missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry is moving at 'lightning speed'
Omar Khadr settlement yields data mining opportunity for Canadian right wingers
Since we're on the subject of compensation
Canada's Labour Minister promises more protections for workers coming

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