Thursday 14 May 2015



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Broadcasters fight back against federal leaders� debate changes

Laureen Harper to appear at fundraiser for Tory MP Armstrong�s riding
        Information commissioner wants Mounties charged; government rewrites the law
The EKOS poll: Stunning NDP surge puts all three parties in a dead heat
        No regrets about election outcome, say Albertans in new poll

Another media organization jumps in to the election-debate fray
        Unifor Running Anti-Stephen Harper Radio Ads In Swing Ridings
Giving Tree Foundation to be stripped of charity status
        The NDP/Conservative squeeze play is crushing Justin Trudeau
Debates vital to ward off political puppeteering
        Election debates need to be in middle ground between dictatorship and Wild West
Liberals have to face reigning champ Harper on his terms in debates
        Libs turning NDP, post Notley
Time to rebuild conservatism in Alberta
        As U.S. warms to Russia, Canada stays chilly
No surprises on eve of Pierre Karl P�ladeau�s imminent coronation


�Please do the right thing:� Rick Mercer addresses GSA debate in Saskatchewan
        RCMP hiring 30 officers for new Parliament Hill security force
Four years later, not a penny of fines under gas-pumps law
        FHRITP: Calgary police charge man with stunting for shouting vulgar phrase
Bombardier confirms 1,750 job cuts due to soft demand for business jets
        CSIS can�t keep up with �daily� state-sponsored cyber attacks
Want to work with what�s left of the long gun registry? Download it here
        Suspended senator back in court as sexual assault trial resumes in Quebec
Senators owner Melnyk needs liver transplant, turns to public for donor
        Mike Duffy precedent means Senate has little choice but to suspend overspenders

Harper government tries to kill all traces of long-gun registry
        La GRC a contrevenu � la Loi sur l�acc�s � l�information en d�truisant des donn�es
Thousands of CRA employees fell for fake phishing email test
        Nicholson firm but hopes for some progress after Kerry-Putin talks
Close the gap between Canada and its aboriginal people: AFN chief
        Pacific NorthWest working to keep B.C. LNG export project alive
Parti Quebecois could have a new leader on Friday
        Officials seek info after attack at Kabul hotel, site of party honouring Canadian
Prime minister to deliver remarks in Truro, Nova Scotia
        Outgoing Premier Jim Prentice to attend annual leader�s dinner in Calgary

Trudeau defends abortion position after graphic flyers target Liberal leader
        Mike Duffy: NDP wants �phantom� residency declaration released
PM�s decision to participate in fewer French election debates than English �absolutely unacceptable,� says Trudeau
        Supreme Court rejects federal bid to consider Omar Khadr adult offender
CEO thinks Tory MP called him unpatriotic for opposing Bill C-51. But MP says he was misinterpreted
        Ontario�s auditor, ombudsman and commissioners condemn Hydro One sale
Ontario Premier Touts Social Spending in Pitch to Wall Street
        New Windsor-Detroit bridge named after hockey legend Gordie Howe
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Don�t hide Hydro One from us, Ontario�s accountability officers say - David Reevely, Ottawa Citizen
        New poll puts federal NDP ahead of Tories and Liberals � suggesting Alberta election changed everything -  National Post
Long-gun registry: Information watchdog accuses RCMP of destroying records - Dean Beeby, CBC News
        Ontario watchdogs slam Wynne�s Hydro One sale - Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star
NDP�s motion helps veterans� suit against Ottawa, lawyer says - Gloria Galloway, The Globe & Mail
        Omar Khadr should have served youth sentence, Supreme Court rules - The Canadian Press, CBC News
Stephen Harper paints Windsor blue - Chris Thompson, Windsor Star
        Liberals cap Hydro One privatization debate at six days - Adrian Morrow, The Globe & Mail
NDP decries release of gunman�s video just ahead of anti-terror hearings - Jordan Press, Ottawa Citizen
        Ontario elementary teachers not participating in sex ed training under work-to-rule campaign -  National Post

Clement wants sick-leave deal before election - Kathryn May, Ottawa Citizen
        No surprises on eve of Pierre Karl P�ladeau�s imminent coronation - Chantal H�bert, Toronto Star
Barrie MP Patrick Brown resigns seat as he shifts to lead provincial PCs - Ottawa Citizen
        Omnibus budget bill rewrites history to clear RCMP of potential criminal charges - Winnipeg As U.S. warms to Russia, Canada stays chilly - Thomas Walkom, Toronto Star
        Kenney promises �independent body� for military sex misconduct - Lee Berthiaume, Ottawa Citizen
Conservative MP: Lobby senators, including Tories, on Reform Act - The Canadian Press, Macleans
        Sex-ed controversy exposes how different religions, cultures fit into Ontario�s mainstream - Martin Regg Cohn, Toronto Star
Harper government keeps pitching oil pipelines in U.S., even if Alberta won�t - Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press, CTV News
        In Ontario, will Patrick Brown be the next Mike Harris? - John Ibbitson, The Globe & Mail

Mayor Coderre accepting applications for new Montreal police chief - Linda Gyulai, Montreal Gazette
        Time for Tory MP Peter Goldring to retire, Edmonton councillor Scott McKeen says - Gordon Kent, Edmonton Journal
Why are so few Metro Vancouver residents voting in the transit-tax plebiscite? - Michael Smyth, Vancouver Province
        Committee leaves Gardiner Expressway choice with Toronto council - Betsy Powell, Toronto Star
Why does Ottawa constantly ignore its own parking policies? - Joanne Chianello, Ottawa Citizen
        Joe Oliver says U.S. Volcker trading ban violates NAFTA- Jonathan Spicer, The Globe & Mail
The biggest threat to Canadian manufacturers might not be the loonie after all- , Financial Post
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Tuerie de Moncton: la GRC fait face � des accusationsPlus
        Montr�al va de l'avant avec des proc�dures judiciairesPlus
Le chef de l'EI exhorte les musulmans � rejoindre le �califat�Plus
        Mission en Europe: Couillard rencontrera le papePlus
Graffiti mena�ant: une jeune anarchiste �vitera la prisonPlus
        Condamn� pour son f�tichisme des pieds de gar�onsPlus
Deux morts dans l'�crasement d'un avion � Saint-LazarePlus
        Burundi: un g�n�ral putschiste reconna�t l'�chec du coup d'�tatPlus
Omar Khadr: autre d�faite du f�d�ral devant les tribunauxPlus
        Ceci n'est pas un verre d'eauPlus

Le d�linquant � contr�ler Brook Makara reste en prisonPlus
        Philadelphie: le conducteur ne se souvient de rienPlus
Le pont international Gordie-Howe reliera Windsor et DetroitPlus
        Pas de nouvelles accusations contre Victor PoirierPlus
Perquisition de Revenu Qu�bec chez Uber � Montr�alPlus
        Bombardier: Couillard esp�re, l'opposition d�noncePlus
Le Port de Qu�bec n'a que faire du BAPEPlus
        Hamad aimerait �tirer les cheveux� de BlaneyPlus
Nouvelles recherches pour retrouver R�my NoletPlus
        Incendie mortel � Saint-HippolytePlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
There Is No �Blue Wall� - Nate Silver, Five Thirty Eight
        Bush�s Eloquent Defense of Christianity - Kathleen Parker, Washington Post
The Bitter Backdrop to 2016 - Frank Bruni, New York Times
        Republican Field, Mellow Edition - Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal
Clinton Is Facing New Ethics Questions on Role in Boeing Deal - Dan Springer, Fox News
        What �Reaganomics Godfather� Gets Wrong- James Pethokoukis, The Week
Bank of England cuts growth forecast for UK economy, suggesting no rate hikes this year- The Associated Press,
        Vatican recognizes state of Palestine in new treaty- The Times of India
Army officer dismisses Burundi president- Al Jazeera
        Prince Charles�s �black spider memos� show lobbying at highest political level-  The Guardian

Islamic State deputy leader �killed in Iraq air strike�- BBC News
        EU unveils migrant quota plan, offers UK opt-out- France 24

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

50 wounded in blast at Gaza training camp
        White House says open to giving GCC partners major non: NATO ally status
Obama updates Gulf leaders on Iran talks, seeks support for deal
        Israel invites bids for 85 W.Bank settler homes: NGO
Hollande denounces 'unacceptable' violations of Ukraine ceasefire
        UK: More than 700 potential terror suspects gone to Syria
Tuareg rebels initial Mali peace deal but want changes
        Germany upbeat on UN approval for EU anti-people smuggling mission
Greece rules out bailout deal that won't allow crisis exit
        Baltics to ask NATO for thousands of boots on ground

Israel looks to justify future strikes on civilian areas in south
        As India manufacturing booms, laborers suffer
Foreign money is pouring into U.S. real estate, and not just houses
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        Opposition Amassing to 'Outdated and Unsound' Trade Policies
Iran: Hypocrisy of Nuclear Proliferation Highlighted by Israel's Undeclared Arsenal
        Nation Ready to Make History: US Supreme Court Takes Up Gay Marriage
As Baltimore Demands Justice, Solidarity Movements Grow
        National Security Whistleblowers Call for Repeal of Patriot Act
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Baltimore�s Disgrace Is History of Police Violence
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        Organic Consumers Association: OCA Applauds Ruling by Federal Judge in Favor of Vermont GMO Labeling Law, Moves Forward to Enact GMO Labeling in Maine
        Reprieve: Renewed Concerns that UK 'Lobbied' US on CIA Torture Report
ACLU: U.S. Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Cases Challenging Marriage Bans for Same-Sex Couples
        Oxfam Reaction to EU Biofuels Debate by Energy Ministers
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"The cold war between Russia and the U.S. is easing. The cold war between Canada and Russia is not"

Why is this so, aside from  seeking votes in October?

Particularly when Arctic boundaries are in question.

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