Saturday 16 May 2015



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

Federal Liberals, NDP, Tories in three way tie: poll

Supporters, opponents react to Pierre Karl Peladeau�s victory in PQ leadership race
        New climate change targets don�t address oilsands
Kathleen Wynne calling for more than Ottawa�s �nebulous notion� of emissions targets

Parti Quebecois leader turns his attention to running the Parti Quebecois
        55 per cent of Canadians can�t recall seeing $13-million economic action plan ads: poll
Liberals, Montreal�s Italian community pin hopes on Di Iorio
        In praise of the endless election campaign
It could get ugly at polling stations this fall thanks to Fair Elections Act
        Tories� debate proposal not based on best interest of voters
If you think Tom Mulcair is down for the count, you�re wrong
        Harper�s unusual travel stops offer a window into upcoming election
Pierre Karl P�ladeau wins the PQ leadership
        Confused about leaders� debates? It�s Harperology 101
Ontario has a genuine friend in Couillard
        PCs pour salt on their wounds before moving on

Massive wildfire continues to rage in Interior B.C.
        Pierre Karl P�ladeau elected leader of Parti Qu�b�cois
Alberta Tories to close party offices in Edmonton and Calgary and cut staff
        Election debates must be �equitable,� but anyone can host them, says CRTC
Why was Justin Trudeau on The Social?
        Parliament nears breakthrough on MP harassment policy
Stephen Harper touts government�s economic record in campaign-style speech
        Memo outlines possible response to Supreme Court on M�tis and non-status Indians
Another omnibus budget bill and a test of Parliament�s will
        PS unions turn to legal action over bargaining rights

Refugee board members� rulings varied widely in 2014, data suggests
        Immigration policy will be part of election conversation, opposition says
Three routes to winning new Canadian and ethnic votes
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Tories say dearth of data on veterans led to $1.1-billion lapse, despite report -  The Canadian Press, The Globe & Mail
        PC interim boss Ric McIver takes aim at Prentice in speech to party faithful - Rick Bell, Edmonton Sun
AB PCs pour salt on their wounds before moving on - Graham Thomson, Edmonton Journal
        Province takes step towards legislating striking high school teachers back to work - Antonella Artuso, Toronto Sun
Teachers join labour action at two more school boards - Louise Brown, Toronto Star
        It could get ugly at polling stations this fall thanks to Fair Elections Act - Stephen Maher, National Post
Another omnibus budget bill and a test of Parliament�s will - Aaron Wherry, Macleans
        Alberta PC party fires nearly its entire staff after election loss - Justin Giovannetti, The Globe & Mail
Kathleen Wynne channels her inner Harper to privatize Hydro One - Thomas Walkom, Toronto Star
        B.C.�s child welfare system is broken, racist and in urgent need of change - Daphne Bramham, Vancouver Sun

PS unions turn to legal action over bargaining rights - Kathryn May, Ottawa Citizen
        Tory stands on guard for the anthem - Toronto Sun
Toronto police will roll out body camera pilot project next week - Codi Wilson, CP24
        Mayor Tory supports new sex-ed curriculum - Don Peat, Toronto Sun
Getting bumped: Airlines are filling more seats than ever � so why are they still overbooking?- Kristine Owram, Financial Post
        As money floods Muskoka, cottagers work to calm the waters- Susan Pigg, Toronto Star
Payday loans: Predatory loan sharks or crucial fix in a pinch?- Tavia Grant, The Globe & Mail
        Postmedia CEO Paul Godfrey plans to stick around until December 2018- The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Huffington Post<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

93 Per Cent of Canadians Get Nothing from Doubling TFSA Limits
        Signs of Change Are Sweeping the Nation
I Regret Not Voting For Olivia Chow
        We Must Pay More Than Lip Service to Our Soldiers and Veterans
Politicians Hate Government Ads -- Until They're The Government
        Rachel Notley, Christy Clark Sure To Become Strong Allies
Progressive Parties Can Win Elections When They Stay True to Values
        What Happened in Alberta? Look No Further Than Frustrated Citizens
Omar Khadr's Release Can Offer an Important Lesson to Us All
        Bill C-51 Is Right to Criminalize the Advocacy of Terrorism
Five Things We Can Learn From the Alberta Election
        OMG the NDP Won! Now What??

Making Canadians Choose Between Safety and Privacy Is Wrong
        There's No Room for Homophobia at Queen's Park
How Will the Federal Budget Affect Our Lives?
        Canadians United to Stop Bill C-51. But Will the Government Listen?
Bill C-51 Assumes Human Rights Can Be Trumped By National Security
        Canada Must Take Action to Protect Human Rights in Bangladesh
This 90-Year-Old Veteran Deserves to Be Heard

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Michelle Obama�s Lifetime of Microaggressions - Rich Lowry, National Review
        The Republican Field Is Flat - Charlie Cook, National Journal
The king of Morocco, the Clintons and a problem that just won�t go away. - Kenneth Vogel, Politico
        When Will Hillary Answer for Her Iraq Vote? - David Harsanyi, The Federalist
A Look at Clinton�s Troubled Iraq War History - Byron York, Washington Examiner
        Amtrak: Where Ideology Trumps Facts- James Taranto, Wall Street Journal
Russia �wants �1.16 billion� in compensation from France over Mistral warship deal- France 24
        Islamic State crisis: Militants seize Ramadi stronghold- BBC News
Israeli army clashes with Palestinians on Nakba day- Al Jazeera
        At least 55 killed in Boko Haram raids on two Nigerian villages- The Times of India
Migrants on boat rescued off Indonesia recall horrific scenes- Caroline Davies, The Guardian

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

Palestinians clash with Israeli troops on West Bank
        Cyprus peace deal possible within months: negotiator
Taliban justify killing foreigners after Kabul guesthouse siege
        Protesters in Seattle to take on Shell Arctic oil drilling plans
Pope calls Abbas "angel of peace" during visit
        Iran's supreme leader: US after own interests in Gulf waters
Egypt court sentences former President Mohammad Morsi to death for passing state secrets
        Turkey detains soldiers in 'Syria arms interception' case
Morocco king eases restrictions on abortion for incest, rape
        Kerry urges China to reduce tensions in South China Sea

US weapons 'expedited' to Iraq over ISIS advance: Biden
        Obama says no military solution to Syria conflict
UNESCO bemoans cultural cleansing
        Etihad says top U.S. airlines get $71.5b in subsidies
Sanction-hit Russian economy shrinks in first quarter
        Austerity in a slump, like bleeding a patient, does not work
Too much caution only discredits Hillary Clinton
        Iran ready for all scenarios in nuclear talks: negotiator
Gulf missile shield to take years, heavy U.S. commitment
        Second Scotland referendum not remotely on the cards: Cameron

Russia wants $1.3B from France
        New Israel government: a motley crew
Netanyahu over the line but faces testing term
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> New Cold War  <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
* Alekander Zakharchenko sums up one year since independence vote in Donetsk
* A diplomatic victory, and affirmation, for Putin
* Ukrainians' Facebook posts deleted because of hate speech - Zuckerberg
* Why Armenia turned to Russia instead of the West
* America’s new nightmare: India, China plus Russia
* Ukraine GDP drops 18 per cent in first quarter of 2015
* Western media patience with Ukraine government wearing thin
* Russia-Turkey relations strained after Putin acknowledges Armenia Genocide in April
* Analysts say West is insincere in professing commitment to peace in Ukraine
* How the media spins stories of Russian soldiers in Ukraine

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