Monday 30 March 2015



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

Weak showing in new poll has some Liberals wondering if Trudeau has lost his lustre

Baird: Ethics watchdog approved my new jobs
        As Duffy trial looms, senators worry auditor general will redefine their jobs
Analysts wonder whether Canada has stomach to wage �war� against ISIL
        Gen. Tom Lawson tries to dig Jason Kenney out of a bomb of his own making

NDP MPs face questions about alleged partisan use of riding offices
        Bank of Canada head says oil�s effect on economy atrocious -FT
Former minister Baird nominated to Canadian Pacific board
        Fixing our broken politics
The Conservatives are levelling the playing field. Maybe.
        The last of Danielle Smith
Canada�s bigots grant themselves permission to vent
        Harper and his ideologue minions reason enough to fear C-51
Progressives united, but who gets their vote?
        Harper is finally getting his wish: a war
Like Manning, Broadbent finds new life as thought leader
        The budget � and the Liberal response to it � will yield the ultimate ballot question
Is Canada�s ISIS mission ready for Syria�s moral maze?

A house of healing for young aboriginal women closes
        The Canadian mosaic and why we should all move
Political oblivion for Smith as Jean enters, stage right
        Ms. Smith leaves Edmonton
National Firearms Association ignoring questions about C-51, members complain
        Wynne says she�d drop lawsuit against Tories Hudak and MacLeod if they apologize
Quebec approves motion asking Harper to hand over long-gun registry data
        AC 624 crash: MacGillivray Law to file class action lawsuit
Honda Canada planning to export vehicles to Europe for the first time
        Canada Finance Minister to Meet With Economists

Election Moneyball: Trail of donations favours the Tories
        Conservative Senator Manning mulls run for House seat in Avalon
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean to run in Fort McMurray-Conklin riding
        Canada�s new public service watchdog too close to office�s past wrongs, critics say
List of protests tracked by government includes vigil, �peace demonstration�
        Canadian cities lobby Ottawa for increase in public transit funding
Glenn Stannard, watchdog who slammed military police, calls it quits
        Canadian diplomats saw ISIL coming months before war began
Vote expected late Monday on military mission against ISIL in Iraq, Syria
        Avoiding Syrian air defences a concern as Commons set to approve war expansion

Government plans four amendments to soften anti-terror Bill C-51
        Tories to introduce new, separate lump sum payment for critically wounded troops
Mysterious conservative group finds way around election spending limits
        Federal anti-terrorism bill changes not enough to satisfy Green leader May
Conservatives in Highwood riding want nothing to do with Danielle Smith after Wildrose betrayal
        Provinces to snatch back the bulk of Ottawa�s tax beaks: BMO
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Ontario PCs more popular than Liberals: Poll - Antonella Artuso, Toronto Sun
        Conservatives in Highwood riding want nothing to do with Danielle Smith after Wildrose betrayal -
Federal anti-terrorism bill changes not enough to satisfy Green leader May - The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
        Ontario puts $587 million toward goal of �ending homelessness� - Richard J. Brennan, Toronto Star
Next election �very likely� most expensive in Canadian history, say political insiders - Abbas Rana, The Hill Times
        The budget � and the Liberal response to it � will yield the ultimate ballot question - Michael Den Tandt, National Post
Seriously injured soldiers would get up to $70,000 from new payment - CBC News
        Progressives united, but who gets their vote? - Tim Harper, Toronto Star
Tories to push through authorization of Syria air mission - Shawn McCarthy, The Globe & Mail
        Fears over First Nations relations as premier looks set to can commission - Michael Smyth, Vancouver Province

Danielle Smith�s defeat proves she should have listened when staff shouted, �Don�t, it�s a trap� - Don Braid, National Post
        �Rapid evacuation� plans in place should Canadian jet go down in Syria: Kenney - Michelle Zilio, CTV News
Wildrose defector leaves �public life� with a few choice words - Ethan Lou, Toronto Star
        Commons renovates to squeeze in 30 more MPs after fall election - Tom Parry, CBC News
Sources: Tories hired private eye to investigate disqualified Chestermere candidate - Edmonton Journal
        New Alberta Wildrose leader Brian Jean turfs candidate Bill Jarvis over comments during leadership announcement -
Auto makers frozen out of Port of Halifax, delaying vehicle deliveries- Greg Keenan, The Globe & Mail
        Target closing Canadian stores earlier than planned- David Friend, The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
The oddest thing is being born: An anti-corporate welfare lobby- Timothy P. Carney, Washington Examiner

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Should poor seniors have to pay to volunteer: Porter | Toronto Star
        Conservative Election Strategy
Aboriginal Affairs won't fund life-saving airstrip in Saskatchewan
        Stephen Harper steers Canada's economy into a "prolonged period of misery" | Press Progress
Corporate welfare Clyde Mobbley spot
        Harper and his ideologue minions reason enough to fear C-51
The government has not made its case for C-51
        The muzzle is tightening on Canada�s federal scientists
Gen. Tom Lawson tries to dig Jason Kenney out of a bomb crater of his own making
        List of protests tracked by government includes vigil, �peace demonstration� | Toronto Star

Liberals, New Democrats whistle down bad terror law: Editorial | Toronto Star
        Is Harper a Cause or Symptom of Our Ailing Democracy? | The Tyee
Stakes are high as ISIS mission creates political winners & losers
        Companies Eye Canadian Shipbuilding Support
        Baird's appointment to Barrick Gold raises questions
Michael Harris - Interview - Party Of One

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La mission canadienne contre l'EI est prolong�ePlus
        John Baird si�gera au CA du Canadien PacifiquePlus
Nouvelle manifestation nocturne contre l'aust�rit�Plus
        Tentative d'intrusion � la NSA: un mort et 2 bless�sPlus
Le maire Coderre ne s'excusera pas � l'imam ChaouiPlus
        Poursuite �pique � Houston: un suspect est arr�t� Plus
Nucl�aire iranien: incertitude totale sur les chances d'un accordPlus
        Deux chiens auraient �t� martyris�s par des malfaiteursPlus
Une fillette retrouve son chien mort sur l'�tal d'une boucheriePlus
        Manifestante bless�e: responsabilit� partag�e selon BlaisPlus

Attentats de Boston: la d�fense entre en actionPlus
        Cinq cas de �fouille � nu� dans des �coles de Qu�becPlus
Des manifestants masqu�s bloquent les acc�s � l'UQAMPlus
        On a retrouv� le pire pompier du mondePlus
La pire fa�on de nettoyer la voiturePlus
        Accident mortel: un r�cidiviste comparait � SaguenayPlus
Un rhinoc�ros en fuite fait un mort et six bless�s au N�palPlus
        Crise de l'eau � Longueuil: des citoyens en Cour contre le recoursPlus
Boucherville: une plainte d�pos�e contre les �lus Plus
        Y�men: 45 morts dans un raid a�rienPlus

Un masturbateur en s�rie qui porte bien son nomPlus
        Une fl�che artisanale lanc�e en direction des policiersPlus
Grande-Bretagne: lancement des �lections l�gislativesPlus
        Meurtre � Mont-Joli: un suspect est arr�t�Plus
Alcool m�lang� avec un chasse-moustiques: 9 mortsPlus
        Isra�l: l'ex-PM Olmert reconnu coupable de corruptionPlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
The 10 Most Competitive Senate Races - Chris Cillizza and Aaron Blake, Washington Post
        Marco Rubio Has Won This Bet Before - Tim Alberta, National Journal
Thirteen things not to say about Hillary Clinton - Carl M. Cannon, Orange County Register
        Is 2016 Election America�s Hinge Moment? - Doug Sosnik, Politico
Ready for 45? - Maureen Dowd, New York Times
        Why there will be lines for the $10,000 gold Apple Watch- Philip Elmer-DeWitt, Fortune
Thousands brave Singapore downpour to bid farewell to founding father Lee- France 24
        Tunis Bardo Museum attack: Thousands join protest march- BBC News
Bombing in Yemen intensifies; region aligns against Houthis
        Sisi says Arab nations to create joint military force- Al Jazeera

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

Saudi Arabia, Egypt show discord over Syria
        Kerry says working into the night on Iran deal on 'tricky issues'
U.S. sees alternatives to Iran shipping stockpile abroad
        US to take 'hard look' at options if Iran deadline lost
Chinese foreign minister upbeat on Iran nuclear talks
        Prosecution rests in trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber
Pakistan troops will join Saudi coalition against Yemeni rebels: official
        Lithuania claims one-third of Russian diplomats are spies
Atomic deal would reward Iran for Yemen 'aggression': Israel
        Israel charges Palestinian for fighting with ISIS

Campaign begins for most unpredictable UK election in years
        Russia's Lavrov to leave Iran talks, will return if chance of deal
Syria gets Russian arms under deals signed since conflict began: Assad
        290 US paratroopers to train Ukraine forces
ISIS has expanded since start of US airstrikes: Assad
        Yemen airstrikes to go on until Houthis surrender
Putin letter to Arab summit triggers Saudi attack
        Atomic agency defends scandal-hit record
Americans want property seized by Cuba
        Boehner : White House stance on Netanyahu reprehensible

The U.S. is right to demand South Korean-Japanese conciliation
        Blindly supporting Arab autocrats isn�t a solution
Sarkozy wins local vote, Le Pen makes gains
        U.K.�s Labour wins poll bounce after TV encounter
Food aid a way of life for U.K. poorest
        Russia�s rich forego some luxuries
Wall Street banks poised to recover trading revenues
        French business still awaits promised recovery
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Britain may broadcast Putin's financial secrets to Russian people
        U.S. wants detailed deal with Iran but hints at flexibility
Ukraine Receives First Batch of US Humvees
        NSA Chief: Cyber Attackers Leave Warnings
Iran deal worse than Israel feared, Netanyahu says
        Gwynne Dyer explains why terrorism is overblown and why Islamists want western countries to...
We Now Live in a �Pimpocracy�
        Collapse: a Foregone Conclusion � CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names
The Czech Republic and the Fine Art of Collaboration � CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names
        Czech Republic: 'US Killers Go Home' exclaim anti-war activists during SEVEN hour demo

Ukraine's Right Sector Leader Wants Donbas Residents Deported / Sputnik International
        The best video about Israel�s borders. Ever.
Fish Factory Worker Fights Back - With Song! - The Reykjavik Grapevine
        Tariq Ali: The Claim That Democracy Is Tied to Capitalism Is a Lie

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Interactive Map Explains Who Hates Who In The Middle East

Canadians will be continuing to war in this region known as a Cradle of Civilization
Sometimes we must question just how civilized we've become. Here's the past.


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