Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Ottawa Observations: Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for  Tuesday, August 9, 2017

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Our archive of notes can be found here

Toronto pastor freed in North Korea amid tensions over nuclear missiles
As asylum seekers flock to Quebec, Canadian agencies pitch in
Trump's proposed immigration act mimics Canada's system - but don't be fooled
What Canada wants from NAFTA 2.0, and how to get it
Speculators love the Canadian dollar. Is that a bad sign
U.S. push for freer NAFTA e-commerce meets growing resistance
Ottawa to deploy up to 20 police offices to Iraq over two years
Canada has 'no grounds' for optimism in NAFTA talks: ex-U.S. envoy Burney
Ottawa confirms release of ailing Canadian pastor imprisoned in North Korea
Canadian co-author of U.S. climate report says findings "flatly contradict' Trump administration
U.S. audit raised 'significant questions' about Canadian meat inspections
U.S. pitch to increase Canada's duty-free online shopping limit a sticking point in NAFTA talks
Military builds camp to house surge of asylum seekers at Quebec border
Air Transat blames 'factors beyond our control' for stranded Ottawa passenger saga
Trans Canada defends current Keystone XL route in Nebraska in pipeline hearings
Youth homelessness linked to foster care system in new study
Trump's NAFTA do-over: A $63B 'fools errand,' Canada's red line and other sticking points
'Relief and Disbelief' as Mississauga pastor's ordeal ends in North Korea
Soldiers help with crush of asylum seekers at Quebec border
Stop dumping kids in care onto the street
Supreme Court's colonial roots are showing
Canada, in fact, removed special status for Haitians long before the U.S.
Trudeau, McKenna are 'reality deniers'
A win for Canada in North Korea
Canada can provide Yazidi girls and women with ope for a new life
Wooing America
Canada looking at Portugal to fight oversdose crisis
Youth with Foster Care Experience far more likely to end up homeless: Report
Justin Trudeau extends olive branch to Indigenous people opposed to Site C dam and new pipelines

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