Friday 20 March 2015



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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NATIONAL NEWSWATCH<<<<<<<<

The EKOS poll: Liberals back on top as Harper loses edge on values

NDP source says Manon Perreault ejected from caucus after conviction for mischief
        Coalition inhibition? So far, only the NDP like the idea of political partnership
David Mulroney warns Canada should apply Afghanistan�s lessons to Iraq
Harper and Netanyahu to talk Sunday for first time since Israeli election

Jury reaches verdict for two men accused in Via terror plot
        RCMP arrest Alberta teenager on terror-related charges
Consumers could see Internet bills rise in light of CRTC ruling, analysts say
        Should Anyone Believe Bibi?
Wedge-issue campaigning is dangerous for both sides
        Stephen Harper, would you recognize Stephen Harper?
PQ blind spot keeps Pierre Karl P�ladeau the party favourite
        Cheap politics, cheap TV: CRTC hands Tories a populist election platform
CRTC�s reforms aim for �viewer choice,� but what they�ll get is viewer confusion
        Niqab debate necessary � but the hysteria surrounding it needs to go

Time for damage control after niqab controversy
        Mr. Harper and the Right of the Living Dead
Justin Trudeau needs to make most of second chance on Iraq

Bureaucrats to use honour system when it comes to archiving instant messages
        Pilots blamed for Canadian chopper crash in Afghanistan four years ago
Government showing lack of transparency on whether Iraq mission is �combat': Liberal MP
        Details, details: Defence minister Jason Kenney blunt style betrays him
Ambassador Heyman says U.S.-Canada relations are complex, but �pretty good�
        Manitoba premier calls byelection, first public vote since revolt
Free movement between Canada, U.K., Australia and New Zealand unlikely
        Cheaper gas prices keep February inflation rate low at 1.0%: Statistics Canada
Iraq mission a matter of �moral clarity� for Canada, foreign affairs minister says
        Temporary foreign worker program needs review following Microsoft deal: NDP

Two Vancouver MLAs jockey for NDP nomination in key federal riding Vancouver East
        Medical marijuana law goes to Supreme Court
Coast guard goes high-tech
        Alberta NDP ask police to probe accusations of bribery involving PC MLA Bhardwaj
Expect �difficult decisions and change� in budget: Nova Scotia finance minister
        Toilet cams in cells spark court challenges
Former Quebec judge says he helped his wife commit suicide but didn�t kill her
        Sheriff: US Border Patrol agent fatally shoots man near town on US-Canada border
Kathleen Wynne proceeds with $2M libel action against Tories
        Judge says Mountie in Dziekanski case lied at public inquiry

CF-18s bomb ISIL targets as military mum on probes into friendly fire death
        One year later, Alison Redford looks back: �I�m a polarizing figure�
Harper�s guns and Saskatchewan�s population
        Tories wrong about income splitting
Canadian forestry has cleaned up its environmental act
        How dangerous is C-51? You might be surprised.
Canada equivocates on cluster-bomb ban
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Family tax cut: Revenue Canada officials told to �stockpile� some claims till June - Kady O'Malley, CBC News
        Bill C-51: Ex-judges join Tom Mulcair in fight against �dangerous� draft law - Kady O'Malley, CBC News
Leaders Target B.C. To Gain Seats In 2015 Federal Election - Althia Raj, Huffington Post
        Tories wrong about income splitting - Michael Taube, Ottawa Sun
Iraq mission a matter of �moral clarity,� for Canada, defence minister says - Kim Mackrael, The Globe & Mail
        Conciliatory Prentice pledges to kill unpopular labour bill - Mariam Ibrahim, Edmonton Journal
Opponents jump on Parti Qu�b�cois leadership hopeful Pierre Karl P�ladeau�s immigration comments National Post
        Ambassador Heyman confronted on complex U.S.-Canada relationship - Ian Bailey, The Globe & Mail
Details, details: Defence Minister Jason Kenney�s blunt style betrays him - Lee Berthiaume, Ottawa Citizen
        Latest social assistance issues cost Ontario $5M - The Canadian Press, CTV News

Why wouldn�t the Liberals and NDP make a deal to replace Stephen Harper? - Aaron Wherry, Macleans
        �Honeymoon over�: Tory�s approval rating down, poll finds - Don Peat, Toronto Sun
School planning is key to building better Ottawa suburbs - Joanne Chianello, Ottawa Citizen

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Corporate rights protections: A primer on investor-state dispute settlement
        Bank of Canada, Finance Minister, and Others Face Lawsuit for Alleged IMF Conspiracy
Audrey Macklin: Poof! Now you're an illegal immigrant!
        Racism Should Not Become a Conservative Value
Extent of Arctic sea ice hits a record low, following decades-long trend
        Stop Harper�s tax giveaway to the wealthy
The myth of the left-leaning Canadian youth vote
        Minimum wage raises in Ont., B.C., fall short of �living wage� in major cities: advocates
The Story of Mouseland: As told by Tommy Douglas in 1944
        Why We Should Worry About The Working Class, Not The Middle Class

C-51 is really about corporate greed for our land, water and resources
        Stephen Harper's ex-speechwriter blasts income splitting as "socialism for the wealthy" | Press...
Are cops turning their backs on feds' new hooker law?
        Harper�s extremism pushing Canadian opposition onto the streets
Alternative Federal Budget 2015
        Tsilhqot'in enact laws to govern territory after historic court win

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Edmonton: un adolescent voulait joindre l'�tat islamiquePlus
        P�trole: PKP veut en produire pour moins en consommerPlus
Cyclone Pam: 3 Canadiens manquent encore � l'appelPlus
        Coupable de m�fait, la d�put�e Perreault est expuls�e du NPDPlus
Un traversier coinc� dans la glace du golfe du Saint-LaurentPlus
        Agressions sexuelles: Bertrand Charest demeure d�tenuPlus
Aide sociale: Qu�bec accus� d'entretenir les pr�jug�sPlus
        Via Rail: Esseghaier et Jaser reconnus coupables Plus
L'arm�e canadienne pr�te en cas d'expansion de la mission en SyriePlus
        Le fran�ais recule sur le chantier du CHUMPlus

Charkaoui accepte d'avoir un observateur lors de ses cours Plus
        Y�men: 142 morts dans trois attentats revendiqu�s par l'EIPlus
Gym r�serv� aux femmes: McGill rejette la demandePlus
        Immigration: un �obstacle� au projet souverainistePlus
Si j'�tais ministre Plus
        Empal�e sur la cl�ture d'une �cole en AustraliePlus
Un accident possiblement caus� par le texto au volantPlus
        Les fun�railles de Mamelonet c�l�br�es � Perc�Plus
�Tu ne peux pas me faire �a� - Mario TremblayPlus
        Delisle: une analyse de la preuve balistique demand�ePlus

Tunisie: les auteurs de l'attentat se sont entra�n�s en LibyePlus
        Badawi serait rejug� en Cour supr�me d'Arabie SaouditePlus
Le proc�s de Mohamed Fahmy ajourn� au 25 marsPlus
        Tentative de meurtre � PincourtPlus
Deux polici�res de Montr�al aident une femme � accoucherPlus
        Prise d'otages � Sydney: file d'attente pour la r�ouverture du caf�Plus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Eyeing 2016, Republicans adopt new ObamaCare strategy - Alexander Bolton, The Hill
        Kasich waits in the wings - George Will, Washington Post
Hillary Clinton starts running � against the Republican Congress - Anne Gearan and Robert Costa, Washington Post
        At the White House, There�s Nobody Home - Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
Oh, No! It�s a New Senate Low! - Gail Collins, New York Times
        While Canada watches, cable unbundling already underway in U.S.- Raju Mudhar, Toronto Star
Potash Corp profit to take $100-million hit this year after Saskatchewan tax-rule changes- Bloomberg
        This is what a tech bubble looks like- Jeff Reeves, MarketWatch
Talks between Greece and key EU leaders unlikely to bring breakthrough- Ian Traynor, The Guardian
        Barack Obama slams Benjamin Netanyahu�s �deeply divisive rhetoric� as US takes Iran and Hezbollah off terror list

North Korea�s Kim expected to visit Moscow in May, Russian official says- Madison Park and Alla Eshchenko, CNN
        Nine arrested over Tunisia attack- BBC News
Yemen president evacuated as airstrikes target palace- Al Jazeera

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>THE LEBANON DAILY STAR<<<<<<<<

Pope: Death penalty represents 'failure,' fosters vengeance
        U.S. fears Islamic State is making serious inroads in Libya
Obama, Hollande discuss Iran nuclear talks, Ukraine crisis: White House
        Russia says gas talks with Ukraine to continue in April
UN cancer agency IARC sees a risk in five pesticides
        North Korea says can fire nuclear missile at 'any time'
Three rebels dead as clashes intensify near key Ukrainian port
        Turkey offers $50M loan to Ukraine, urges protection of Crimean Tatars
UN chief urges Netanyahu to renew support for two-state deal
        Putin calls for currency union with ex-Soviet allies

Greece must respect 'every paragraph' of deal with eurozone: Merkel
        Israel army launches Gaza school shelling probe
Russian official: Iran talks close to deal but not yet there
        Eclipse thrills on remote Arctic islands, clouds mar for some
Iran still honoring terms of interim nuclear deal: UN report
        Russia's Putin to visit China in September
Israel-US defense ties to remain 'intensive': Israeli official
        The era of U.S. primacy isn�t over, but it is set to change
Tehran may benefit from a nuclear freeze
        Might Iran�s new baby policy backfire?

West rains on Putin�s World War II parade
        France replaces Britain as key U.S. ally
Gamble on fear paid off in Israeli polls
        Netanyahu backtracks from Palestinian state opposition
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        Ecuador's Parliament Supports Venezuela Against US Threat
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        Bill Gates Could End World Hunger, Instead Gives $36 Billion To Corporate America - The Pontiac...
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        Canada in Libya served as �Al-Qaeda�s air force�
Obama Seeks Fast Track for TPP, Trade Deal that Could Thwart "Almost Any Progressive Policy or Goal"

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Islamic State�s small-time terrorism
Scott Gilmore on why we should allow neither terrorists nor our politicians to frighten us

The Destruction of Sennacherib
   The Assyrian came down like the wolf on the fold,
And his cohorts were gleaming in purple and gold;
And the sheen of their spears was like stars on the sea,
When the blue wave rolls nightly on deep Galilee.

   Like the leaves of the forest when Summer is green,
That host with their banners at sunset were seen:
Like the leaves of the forest when Autumn hath blown,
That host on the morrow lay withered and strown.

   For the Angel of Death spread his wings on the blast,
And breathed in the face of the foe as he passed;
And the eyes of the sleepers waxed deadly and chill,
And their hearts but once heaved, and for ever grew still!

   And there lay the steed with his nostril all wide,
But through it there rolled not the breath of his pride;
And the foam of his gasping lay white on the turf,
And cold as the spray of the rock-beating surf.

   And there lay the rider distorted and pale,
With the dew on his brow, and the rust on his mail:
And the tents were all silent, the banners alone,
The lances unlifted, the trumpet unblown.

   And the widows of Ashur are loud in their wail,
And the idols are broke in the temple of Baal;
And the might of the Gentile, unsmote by the sword,
Hath melted like snow in the glance of the Lord!


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