Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Tuesday, July 4, 2017

U.S. solider, widow to seek injunction to halt Ottawa's payout to Omar Khadr
'Odious' Khadr payout is the penalty for being lax on the rule of law
Trudeau visits Ireland amid growing anti-CETA sentiment
Across Canada, trucks and buses protect crowds from vehicle attacks
Canada's new air safety changes are great for pilots. But what about passengers?
Veteran sues Ottawa over pension payment delays
Halt to Indian-stauts registration postponed amid senate impasse
Security hurdles curb attendance at Canada 150 celebrations in Ottawa
Conservatives raised more funds than Liberals in 2016, but spent more to do it
China envoy says Canadian media harms countries trade relations
Why will Omar Khadr receive $10.5M? Because his rights were violated
Widow, injured soldier's court filing seeks money federal government is expected to give Khadr
Armed Forces members who disrupted Indigenous rally could get the boot
NDP MP apologizes for plagiarizing parts of an op-ed column
Rona Ambrose formally resigns as Conservative MP after serving for 13 years
What if the cod came back? The push to reinvent Newfoundland and Labrador's fishery
'Odious' or overdue: Reports of Omar Khadr settlement draw sharply different reactions
Deal for Khadr acknowledges violations of rights
In the U.K., terror-plotters get life not millions of dollars
Injured U.S. soldier, widow go after money Canada will give to Omar Khadr
Symbols will not meet Trudeau's goal of Indigenous reconciliation
Prince Charles, Camilla 'giggling' like naughty schoolchildren' during throat singing performance
Canada's top general apologizes for incident at Indigenous ceremony
Irish PM gets a leg up on Trudeau during visit to Dublin
Bank governors may be about to break our credit addiction
Canada rewards terrorists, Israel punishes them
Khadr award a 'real head scratcher': former U.S. soldier
Khadr decision shows Liberals soft on terror
$10.5M settlement for Omar Khadr 'absolutely wrong': Clement
Omar Khadr's undeserved jackpot
Khadr is doing all right without our money
General warns Canada's special forces operating on "borrowed time'
One promise the Liberals actually kept will make the next election much worse
Trudeau Liberals to pay Omar Khadr $10.5M for suffering at Guantanamo
Canadian government should ignore media queries about human rights abuses in China, ambassador says
Government delays shutdown of Indian Status registration amid legislative deadlock
Omar Khadr remains a prisoner of partisan politics
Indigenous Housing Crisis Needs Strategy that's 'For Us and By Us,' Say advocates
Canada's Conservatives are Upping their Digital Game
Federal Conservatives out-fundraise Liberals in 2016, but spend more doing it
Saudi official tells Canada to mind its own business over imprisoned blogger
Here's why Omar Khadr is getting $10M from the Canadian government
Canadian Armed Forces apologize for members' actions at Indigenous ceremony in Halifax
Rona Ambrose officially resigns as MP on Tuesday
Justin Trudeau lobbied at recent fundraising event, critics raise flags about new rules
Canada's immigration system discriminates against children with disabilities, say families
Justin Trudeau wakes up to a gushing press in Ireland

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