Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Wednesday, July 19, 2017

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Our archive of notes from the weekend can be found here

Tax changes would hurt profitable businesses, opponents warn Ottawa
Ottawa urged to prosecute Purdue Pharma over marketing of OxyContin
Indigenous women receive 'harsher punishments' in prison ex-inmate tells solitary confinement trial
Trump administration lays down aggressive timeline for NAFTA talks
Canada's constitutional monarchy, our fluke work of genius
Khadr is to Trudeau what the census was to Harper
Liberals say Conservatives' Khadr campaign could impact NAFTA talks
Veterans merge sexual-assault suits against Canadian military
Trudeau mum on dismissed, non-felony charge against Payette
Premiers want more help from Ottawa to meet cannabis-legalization deadline
Deadline for decision on Canada Post home delivery missed as Liberals ponder way forward
Federal-provincial showdown looms over legal pot deadline
Andrew Scheer to unveil 'regional, gender diverse' House leadership team Thursday
NAFTA talks: Trump administration announces August 16 start date in D.C.
Health trouble brought on by mould exposure ends sailor's career
Ottawa hires consultants to advise on airport sell-offs
Future Governor General Julie Payette involved in fatal collision months before assault charge in Maryland
Canada must be on guard when intellectual property negotiated at NAFTA talks, Balsillie warns
The Queen visits Canada House to mark country's 150th birthday
Weak aviation oversight making skies less safe: Opinion
Disorienting to see Canadian Conservatives stumping for Trump
Flexing military might is capitulation to Trump, despite Liberal spin
Trudeau had numerous defences in Khadr lawsuit
We don't hate Muslims, we condemn terrorists
The tilting of Trump's 'level playing field' on trade
When it comes to NAFTA negotiations, we need to stand united
We're moving forward: Head of missing, murdered Indigenous women inquiry on its frustrations, challenges
How the Bank of Canada's rate hike could spell trouble for Trudeau's middle-class dream
Trudeau not saying what he knew about dismissed assault charge against next Governor General
Supply Ship at the heart of Mark Norman scandal to be unveiled Thursday
Mischievous Brad Wall tries to shake up premier's conference
Stairs were a 'little slippy': G-G defends protocol breach with Queen
John Horgan misses the premiers' meeting, loses game of inches
Justin Trudeau won't comment about Julie Payette's background check
Feds looking into reports of 2 Canadians among ISIS militants captured in Mosul secret tunnel
Kinder Morgan Canada says Trans Mountain on track for September construction start
After blowing July 1 deadline, Canada seems likely to legalize pot while ignoring UN treaties
Justin Trudeau visits Patro Laval day camp
Quebec, Newfoundland strike deal to expand economy in shared areas
New documents on Trudeau's Bahama's trip raise fresh questions on long-running ethics investigation

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