Sunday, September 22, 2019

Ottawa Observations: Saturday/Sunday, September 21 & 22, 2019

Our compilation of some of the stories of note from the day, reviewing the political developments from the Federal scene for  Saturday/Sunday  September 21 & 22, 2019 

The 2019 Federal Election Archive page

Canadians held in China / China tensions

Huawei executive in court this week seeking more information in extradition case
Next steps in Meng Wanzhou legal proceedings to kick off Monday
Canadian firms reviewing worker safety policies in wake of Hong Kong protests
Meng Wanzhou back in spotlight as lawyers set to argue for disputed arrest documents

Globe and Mail

McLachlin's memoirs reveal how husband's plea for assisted death shaped her views in Supreme Court
Canada has taken a perilous road to an asset-based economy
Why does any Canadian need a handgun? What the gun control debate is missing
Toronto Mayor John Tory calls for national source of gun data
The walking wounded: In Canada, survivors of Catholic Church sex abuse await a reckoning
I live in Quebec, and wish I felt connected to the rest of Canada. Here's how we can come together
Next federal government should seize golden opportunity to sell more energy to India


Angry emails to PMO question RCMP competence in hunt for BC homicide suspects
Scamming your way into Canada is easy. The fix is easy too, if government is willing to act
Canadian special forces armoured truck stolen in Ira1 during Mosul liberation

Toronto Star

Governor General Julie Payette is another rookie who could be decisive in the election
Canada needs more workers, and political supports for children and seniors can help

Toronto Sun


National Post







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