Thursday, August 10, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Thursday, August 10, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for  Thursday, August 10, 2017

BC Wildfires

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Trudeau to apologize for residential schools in Newfoundland and Labrador
Paul Martin wishes Ottawa took different approach in early stages of Khadr case
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall gets going while the going is good
Ottawa, B.C. agree to audit three private clinics over double-billing
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall retiring from politics
Ex-PM Paul Martin expresses regret about early phases of Khadr case
The hope for an elected Senate is dead, or at least fast asleep
B.C. hires outside counsel to begin legal challenge of Trans Mountain pipeline project
Trudeau to apologize for residential schools in Newfoundland and Labarador
Will Haitians force Trudeau into being hard-hearted?
Wall's resignation comes as SaskParty faces increasing challenges
How the Liberals can end supply-management  - if they have the guts
Brad Wall could be the most successful Canadian politician alive, period
Union campaign warning search and rescue missions at risk illegally using photo of RCAF helicopter: DND
TransMountain Pipeline is not in B.C.'s best interest says BC NDP government
Stakeholders divided over BC NDP plans for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
Saskatchewan was a thorn in Justin Trudeau's side on fossil fuels, but now B.C. is
Labour leaders write open letter calling on New Democrats to elect Charlie Angus as next leader
NDP government won't permit Kinder Morgan to put shovels in ground on public land for pipeline
Going Green Means Construction Job Boom in Canada: Report

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