Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Police disperse G20 protest with water cannon ahead of summit in Germany
Zombie like protestors march through Hamburg ahead of G20 Summit
Legal battle could tie up payout to Omar Khadr
The Omar Khadr settlement will be a political albatross for Trudeau
Conservatives must mover on from demonizing Omar Khadr
Ontario insists infrastructure bank will avoid Australia's pitfalls
Egerton Ryerson doesn't deserve an anti-Indigenous label
Military has made serious effort to reduce pension delays: Lieutenant General
Liberals taking 'prudent amount of time' with fighter jet competition: RCAF commander
Canada commits $97-million to Congo under feminist foreign-aid policy
Opposition, experts seek clarity on drug treaties ahead of pot legalization
Trudeau gives Queen flag that flew on Parliament Hill on Canada Day
Head of Canada's Indigenous veterans group hopes Proud Boys don't lose their CAF jobs
Rick Peterson mulls running in Rona Ambrose's former Edmonton seat
Trudeau has audience with the Queen after receiving honorary doctorate in Edinburgh
Groups ask Federal Court to strike down Safe Third Country deal with the U.S.
Federal websites geared to youth bland, boring: focus groups
China sees free trade with Canada as way to avoid future Norsat-like uncertainty
Fort McMurray wildfire raised fuel supply concerns in Ottawa: documents
U.S. soldier's widow filed application to enforce $134M claim weeks before Omar Khadr settlement
There's no room in Canadian Forces for racists
Terrorism is about more than religion
Canada 150 project: end the monarch
Khadr decision slap in the face to the U.S.
Liberals all over the map on Khadr
Omar Khadr, from bomb-making, convicted killer to multi-millionaire
Why carbon pricing is losing popularity
Trudeau's charm creates a niche for him on world stage
Khadr's problem isn't the evidence, it's that he exists at all
Why would Trudeau pay Khadr $10-million before having a court weigh in?
For Trudeau, UN mission in Africa appears even more daunting
Why are Albertans so mad? The federal equalization program explained
Veterans affairs minister urges patience on pensions for injured ex-soldiers
Who are the 'Proud Boys" who protested an Indigenous ceremony in Halifax?
Bernier wing of Conservative Party spawns advocacy group 'to keep pressure from within'
Ban on Refugees claimants from US Faces Court Challenge
Proud Boys in military pulled from duty after confronting indigenous protestors