Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Wednesday, July 12, 2017

BC Wildfires

Our archive of notes from the weekend can be found here

A New Governor General

Former astronaut Julie Payette to be named Canada's next governor-general
Former astronaut Julie Payette to be Canada's next governor general
Julie Payette appears poised to launch into Governor General role
Former astronaut Juilie Payette to be next governor general: CBC report
Julie Payette a top contender for Governor General role: sources
Her majesty's astronaut
Canada's next governor general: Julie Payette?

Bank of Canada raises interest rates for first time in seven years
Khadr lawyer argues against request for payout freeze
Federal commissioners asked to probe Libera-connected firm's cash for access pitch
Federal Court voids Canadian citizenship revocation  for 312 people
The Bank of Canada vs/ the interest rate iceberg
Human rights in China going in 'negative direction': internal Canadian government report
Families want more resignations from missing, murdered women inquiry
When it comes to Magnitsky laws, it's clear what Russia is looking for
3 reasons the interest rate hike is good for the Trudeau Liberals
Omar Khadr fights attempts by soldiers widow to freeze his assets
What 3 legal minds think about the Omar Khadr settlement
Bank of Canada raises interest rate for first time in 7 years to 0.75%
DND refuses to discuss combat status of Canadian exchange officers
Manitoba families want national MMIWG inquiry commissioners replaced, regional inquiry created
'What is going on': Family members want to know what's happening to MMIWG inquiry
Montreal nixes sovereignist group's plan to mark Charles de Gaulle's 'Vive le Quebec libre!" speech
Khadr has become the Liberal millstone
The power of image in politics
'Compact with Africa' is one big win from G20
When Canada meets with the Islamic world, who's calling the shots?
Liberals could have defended Khadr case
Fare the well, Edward Cornwallis, you had it coming
Canada shouldn't donate to the Clinton foundation
Omar Khadr ignores his victims, a grieving widow and blinded soldier
Canadians know Trudeau got it wrong on Khadr
The biggest spenders and the thriftiest partisans in the House of Commons
North Korea's ambitions should shake Canadian complacency
Air Canada travellers weren't told their plane almost landed on crowded taxiway: passenger
Rona Ambrose's advice for Canadian women considering politics
Why the Bank of Canada hiked interest rates
Can Carolyn Bennett last as Indigenous Affairs minister after commissioner's resignation?

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