Friday, August 11, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Friday, August 11, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for  Friday, August 11, 2017

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Freeland pledges support for U.S. as tensions escalate with North Korea
Ottawa announces measures to address right whale deaths in Gulf of St. Lawrence
Force drug firms to reveal payments to doctors, health leaders urge
MMIWG inquiry needs a reset. There's too much at stake
In the popular-premier sweepstakes, Brad Wall leaves a winner
If chosen as NDP leader, Jagmeet Singh won't seek federal seat until 2019
The ultimate NAFTA primer: Your guide to the trade talks
Canada had 2 meetings with North Korean officials this week
Brad Wall's departure highlights changing political landscape of Western Canada
Impasse over intellectual property is tying up warship bids
Liberals target fall for release of federal homeless veterans strategy
Canadians in Cuba were also treated for hearing loss, Ottawa says amid U.S. probe of possible attack
StatsCan blames computer error for spike in number of English speakers in Quebec
Canadian pastor's release from North Korean prison result of long diplomatic negotiation: source
Ottawa to force ships to slow down to prevent whale deaths in Gulf of St. Lawrence
Freed Mississauga pastor will be back in church for Sunday service
Trudeau needs to voice a position on North Korea
If Trudeau wants to stop illegal immigration, he should take a page from Trump's playbook
More Quebecers are speaking French. Naturally, the PQ sees this a crisis
Canada is failing to see the North Korea crisis clearly
Canada's ultimate leverage in NAFTA talks - our willingness to walk away
As nuclear threats loom, Canada must fix its missile defence system
Lower prices and increased productivity: Many of NAFTA's benefits are invisible to consumers
How the tricky politics of trade in the U.S. is driving Donald Trump's strategy
Energy is one area where NAFTA's Three Amigos might find common ground
After Brad Wall: What comes next for Saskatchewan
How Canada hopes to one-up the White House on NAFTA
What Can Canada do for Venezuela?
North Korea posing 'grave threat' to world: Canadian foreign affairs minister
Canada lags as Britain moves to give citizens more control over personal data
Why Justin Trudeau thanked Sweden after North Korea released Canadian pastor
M. Singh: with love, courage and Pride

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