Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Tuesday, July 25, 2017

BC Wildfires

Our archive of notes from the weekend can be found here

An LNG project bids adieu

Malaysia's Petronas scraps $11.4 billion Pacific NorthWest project in B.C.
Pacific NorthWest LNG project in Port Edward BC, no longer proceeding
BC NDP reaffirms commitment to LNG despite Petronas' project cancellation
'A tragedy for Canada': Petronas cancels $36B LNG project as B.C. jacks up demands
$36 Billion Pacific Northwest LNG project dead
Disappointment on BC's North Coast as Pacific NorthWest LNG scrapped
'Basic economics' kill $11-Billion LNG project on BC's Coast
Company kills $9 billion to $11 billion Pacific NorthWest LNG plant near Prince Rupert

U.S. negotiator wrests control of NAFTA file from Wilbur Ross
The unspoken problem in Pikangikum
Trudeau, Horgan push for softwood agreement with U.S. before NAFTA talks
Liberal government spends a lot of time, but not much money, on NAFTA outreach
Trump's infrastructure spending could drive up construction costs in Canada: documents
Supreme Court to issue landmark rulings on Indigenous relationship with energy sector
Trudeau and Horgan sidestep pipeline talks in 1st meeting
NAFTA talks: U.S. proposal for cross-border data storage at odds with BC, NS law
Changes coming to First Nations funding, feds tell AFN
Immigration detainees can be jailed indefinitely, federal judge rules
Medics account of helping save Omar Khadr adds humanity to a tragedy too often exploited
Time to derail studies and improve train service now
The MMIW is stuck in a politically correct limbo
Islamic cemetery issue a complex one
Trudeau and new B.C. premier agree - don't mention the pipeline
One request by Trump threatens both NAFTA negotiations and the softwood lumber dispute
The loonie has topped more than 80 cents ... now what?
BC wildfires likely to add to U.S. homebuyers frustration, as lumber supply crunch worsens
Justin Trudeau and B.C. premier John Horgan talk pipelines, wildfires in first meeting

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