Tuesday 26 May 2015



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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NATIONAL NEWSWATCH<<<<<<<<  http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/

Speculation increasing that 2015 election writ will be dropped in August

10 senators to be referred to RCMP, Auditor General Michael Ferguson says
        Adbusters launches �mind bomb� campaign to get Harper out of office � starting with ad during NHL playoffs
Leona Aglukkaq official �can�t do the math� on climate targets for MPs
        CPP expansion: Has Stephen Harper flip-flopped on the idea?

Conservatives, Liberals hit closest to the mark with new political ads
        Rampant telecom surveillance conducted with little transparency, oversight
Hill construction hiding former PM Pearson statue
        Senate needs to pass Reform Act � now
Justin Trudeau�s relevance fading in Quebec
        The NDP surge may force a change in strategy
Political Ads for the Elites
        NDP won�t fade like it did in 1988 election, Ed Broadbent says
Have the Tories� electoral changes remade our democracy for the better?
        Are worries about Harper slipping back into power exaggerated?

Will the Orange Crush thing fizzle?
        Better a mock session for new MLAs than a mockery
Rachel Notley�s slimmed-down cabinet a remarkably subversive creation

B.C. Senator Mobina Jaffer slams Bill C-51
        New Lobbyists� Code of Conduct strongly worded, more prohibitive with no mention of �friends�
Rob Jeffery, new CBC board of directors member, worked for PC party
        Court case finds flaws in Canada Post�s plan to end home delivery for urban addresses
Extra Mounties guarding Parliament Hill ring up hotel bills
        Conservative MP Chong�s bill to get bumpy ride in Senate committee
Students, temporary workers hired to help overloaded access-to-info offices
        Deborah Drever says �attempt at humour backfired,� vows to serve as MLA
After a Political Reversal in Alberta, �Anything Seems Possible�
        A third of Canadian�s won�t take advantage of new TFSA limits: poll

Precedent in gun registry case could be used to cover up Duffy scandal
        Nearly a year of coalition bombing, is ISIS at all �degraded�?
Tories, Liberals Concerned Paid NDP Staff Will Hit Campaign Trail
        Liberals Respond To Tory Attack With Ad Promoting �Fairness Plan�
Wynne promises $1 billion for Hamilton LRT line, additional GO train station
        Hot Dog Price Jump Shows Poloz�s Inflation Quandry
Ontario Self-Employment Benefit shuts down in 2016 after funding cut
        Sudbury�s Olivier wants Wynne documentary released
Tories try to kickstart stalled military equipment projects
        Ian Binnie, ex-Supreme Court justice, named special Senate expenses arbiter

High school teacher strikes in Durham, Peel and Sudbury declared illegal
        Catholic archbishop repents for mistreatment of aboriginal children at residential schools
Ottawa to explore ways to give people option to boost Canada Pension Plan
        Terra Incognita: New Ridings, Fewer Incumbents, and the Wild Wild West
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<< http://looniepolitics.com/
Tories propose voluntary expansion of Canada Pension Plan - Bill Curry & Steven Chase, The Globe & Mail
        Court case finds flaws in Canada Post�s plan to end home delivery for urban addresses - Tu Thanh Ha, The Globe & Mail
Kathleen Wynne open to reviewing how teacher contracts negotiated - Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star
        Michael Chong�s reform bill in for rough ride at Senate - The Canadian Press, Macleans
Mulcair�s postal vow would cost $250 million a year to keep snail mail alive - Kelly McParland, National Post
        Attack ads are the best source of unintended comedy. Why do people hate them? - Robyn Urback, National Post
Harper government looking a more options for savings plans - The Canadian Press, CBC News
        Welcome progress being made by feds on veterans� issues: ombudsman says - The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
NDP calls for federal action after latest Surrey shooting - Peter O'Neil, Vancouver Sun
        Stephen Harper�s New Attack Ad Is Out, and It�s Hilariously Bad - Justin Ling, Vice

Rookie Alberta cabinet faces �sky high� expectations - Matt Dyskstra, Edmonton Sun
        Canada helps block UN plan to rid world of nukes, citing defence of Israel - Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
Bill C-51: �No prosperity without security,� Steven Blaney says - Haydn Walters , CBC News
        Barrette backtracks on Bill 20, on condition 85% of Quebecers have family doctor by 2017 - Charlie Fidelman, Montreal Gazette
Oilpatch leaders question Alberta NDP�s pick for energy minister - The Canadian Press, Macleans
        Kathleen Wynne �disappointed� in NDP delay to get striking teachers back to work - Kristin Rushowy & Robert Benzie, Toronto Star
Wynne�s scrambling on teacher strikes - Editorial, Toronto Sun
        What Vancouver can teach Toronto about urban smarts - Martin Regg Cohn, Toronto Star
Don�t expect the Bank of Canada to follow the Fed�s lead on interest rates- Gordon Isfeld, Financial Post
        4 things we can learn from our best public pension plans- Adam Mayers, Toronto Star
Magna International moving headquarters to King City, Ont.- Greg Keenan, The Globe & Mail

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The Tyee<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< http://thetyee.ca/News/
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The CBC NEWS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< http://www.cbc.ca/news
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< http://looniepolitics.com/
Hillary Clinton�s Surprisingly Effective Campaign - Peter Beinart, The Atlantic
        Clinton, Blumenthal and Protective Bubbles - John Dickerson, Slate
The 2016 political report: Walker emerges from Southern confab as GOP front-runner - Timothy Carney, Washington Examiner
        Can Marco Rubio Make Peace With Conservatives on Immigration? - Ken McIntyre, The Daily Signal
With new EPA water rule, Obama again takes executive action on environment - William Yardley, Los Angeles Times
        The stock market is calm. Too calm- Shawn Langlois, MarketWatch
Vatican bank profits soar as it recovers from trading loss and continues Francis� reform- Nicole Winfield, The Associated Press , Winnipeg Free Press
        Germany and France agree closer eurozone ties without treaty change- Ian Traynor & Frances Perraudin, The Guardian
Spanish voters shun old parties for promise of change in local polls- France 24
        Iraqi and Syrian forces ramp up attacks on ISIL- Al Jazeera

Gunman, 7 other soldiers killed in Tunis barracks shooting- The Associated Press, The Times of India
        Nepal one month on: UN calls for more aid- BBC News

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>THE LEBANON DAILY STAR<<<<<<<< http://www.dailystar.com

Obama, South Korean president to meet at White House in June
        Police: US airman shoots Wal-Mart workers, kills self
Rocket fired from Gaza Strip lands in southern Israel
        Syria says air support to rebels would be 'aggression'
Iraqi lack of will to fight ISIS has been 'a problem': White House
        Turkey says training of moderate Syrian rebels begins with US
No Iran sanctions relief before end 2015 at best: German envoy
        Poachers kill half Mozambique's elephants in 5 years: survey
China to extend military reach, build lighthouses in disputed waters
        Russia: No date yet for Iran's S-300 air defense missiles

Saudi beheads 88th person, exceeding last year's total
        Egypt allows Gazans to return home through border crossing
Netanyahu offers to resume peace talks with settlement focus, official says
        Varoufakis says Greece committed to reforms, rules out more austerity
China to project its military further and stronger
        Britain and Russia agree to resume talks on Syria
Australia to pass law to strip citizenship for terror crimes
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Canada Helps Block UN Plan To Rid World Of Nukes, Citing Israel Defence
.Wondering, is commenting negatively on this action illegal? Seen as criticizing Israel ?



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