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Why Chrystia Freeland is losing sleep

Send tips | Subscribe here | Email Nick l Follow Politico Canada. Ottawa Playbook will not publish Friday. We’ll be back in your inboxes April 18 at 6 a.m. Welcome to the Ottawa Playbook. I'm your host, Nick Taylor-Vaisey with Zi-Ann Lum and Maura Forrest. Today, we pull out quotable quotes from CHRYSTIA FREELAND's budget road show on Wednesday. Plus, we have hard lessons learned on Tory leadership campaigns past — and entertaining findings from government-commissioned polling on the RCAF's logo.
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Trudeau’s Deputy, Chrystia Freeland, Whose Grandfather Was a Prominent Nazi and Who is Director at the World Economic Forum, Says She Plans to Make Her Emergency Powers Permanent

Trudeau’s deputy, Chrystia Freeland, who is also a director of Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum and the granddaughter of a prominent Nazi, says she plans to make her emergency powers permanent. Freeland made the announcement this week after Trudeau invoked the Emergency Act on Monday. Via Ezra Levant...
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Send tips | Subscribe here | Follow Politico Canada. WELCOME TO OTTAWA PLAYBOOK. I'm your host, Nick Taylor-Vaisey. It's Thursday, which means it's been 24 hours since the latest StatsCan inflation bomb dropped in the nation's capital. Plus, Playbook hears from key party policy wonks about how their work has changed over the years.
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Chrystia Freeland to announce Bank of Canada’s renewed mandate on Monday

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland will announce the Bank of Canada’s new mandate in a long-awaited decision on Monday, which is expected to keep the central bank’s inflation target at 2 percent, while employing how to factor it in when setting interest rates. Should, adding new language about this.
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Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland misses chance to address why cabinet tried to delay tax law

Canada’s finance minister did not attend a committee meeting to find out why the government tried to delay the new tax law, even after she was asked by members to do so. Within two weeks from the last meeting of the Finance Committee on July 20, Chrystia Freeland was invited to answer questions about Bill C-208. But on Wednesday afternoon the members received an e-mail from the committee clerk: “I have been informed this morning that the minister is unable to accept the committee’s invitation.”
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