Friday 29 May 2015



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

MacKay met with Mulroney at Montreal law firm amid resignation rumours

Peter MacKay just latest loss for federal Conservatives
        The EKOS poll: Canadians warming to the idea of coalition government
6,000 aboriginal children died in residential school system, report finds
        As Peter MacKay exits stage right, Liberals eye his Nova Scotia riding

Zehaf Bibeau praises Allah in unedited version of pre-shooting video
        Peter MacKay cites �love for my family� as he bows out of federal politics
Tom Mulcair brings election promises to CUPE convention
        Voters likely haven�t seen the last of Peter MacKay
Stephen Harper�s task more difficult without Peter MacKay
        Peter MacKay and the waning Progressive Conservatives
Exit Peter MacKay, stage centre-right
        The many battle scars of Peter MacKay
Despite rumours to the contrary, Peter MacKay leaves federal politics as one of Harper�s closest allies
        With Peter MacKay gone, the Conservatives are truly Harper�s party

Peter MacKay completes his slow fade from view
        Why more voters might go to the polls this election day
Canadians still expect the prime minister to be macho

Canada Pension Plan Expansion | At Issue
        U.S. won�t care about Canada until we get more serious about military affairs
Which way will Nigel Wright jump?
        Catching the conscience of the Commons
What Moby Dick can teach us about the war on terror
        Alberta NDP minister Brian Mason says skeletons found in the PC�s books, but won�t say anything more
A full purge of FIFA can�t come soon enough
        China corruption suspect�s daughter no longer president of B.C.�s Young Liberals of Canada
Employers won�t be forced to match extra Pension Plan contributions
        Peter MacKay is �strong voice� for Nova Scotia, says long-time Tory

Statistics Canada says economy contracted in first quarter
        MagIndustries probed by RCMP over bribery allegations in Congo
Amnesty wants Ottawa to reveal details of $15-billion Saudi arms deal
        Oilsands industry needs to speed up environmental fixes, panel says
Chief Justice says Canada attempted �cultural genocide� on aboriginals
        House wants local police forces to patrol MPs� constituency office areas
Kellie Leitch lends healing hand to Nepal earthquake victims
        Canada Revenue Agency loses 7-year-long battle over employee�s day off
Restored education funding means $37 million more for Edmonton public, $15 million for Catholic
        Canada would consider deploying troops if NATO puts base in Baltic states: Jason Kenney

Nenshi floats idea of �negative income tax� now that Ceci is Alberta Finance Minister
        Why Europe can�t let Greek economy crumble
Domestic homicide spike a �wake-up call� for Saskatchewan coroner
        Former Ontario NDP leader seeks federal nomination in Kenora
NDP Union Says Relationship With Party Not �Utopian�
        Controversial law that allows revocation of Canadian citizenship goes into effect
Canadians must heed advice of residential schools commission: Perry Bellegarde
        I hope they are horrified': Graphic postcard campaign pairs photos of aborted fetus with Justin Trudeau
Former Ontario deputy minister sentenced to three years for child porn
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
In all thy kids command: Canada�s political families - Nick Taylor-Vaisey, Macleans
        MacKay: a jock, a flirt, and Harper loyalist - Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
NDP leader Tom Mulcair speaks to CUPE convention - Haydn Watters, CBC News
        Former Ontario deputy minister Levin sentenced to three years for child porn - The Canadian Press, The Globe & Mail
Peter MacKay, long-time Harper ally and current Justice Minister, is leaving federal politics - Ashley Csanady, National Post
        The test of true political leadership is to risk change - Brian Mulroney, The Globe & Mail
Calgary MP confirms retirement from federal politics - Erika Stark, Calgary Herald
        Horwath seeks referendum on sale of Hydro One - Antonella Artuso, Ottawa Sun
BC Premier responds with caution to problem of unaffordable housing - Vaughn Palmer, Vancouver Sun
        As pension debate rages, one question persists: are we saving enough, or not? - Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press

From helicopters to fighter jets, problems facing Canada�s defence procurement are systemic - John Ivison, National Post
        Notley says she�s undecided on full audit of government books - James Wood, Calgary Herald
Three cheers for Notley putting children first - Editorial, Calgary Sun
        Teachers condemn Ontario�s back-to-work legislation - Rob Ferguson & Kristin Rushowy, Toronto Star
AB NDP will shift fiscal blame to outgoing Tories - Lorne Gunter, Edmonton Sun
        NDP wants Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown�s use of House funds reviewed - Kady O'Malley, CBC News
B.C. government accused of deliberately destroying Highway of Tears internal records - Rob Shaw, Vancouver Sun
        Canada�s big banks may be rolling in profits � but not for the reasons investors would like- Doug Alexander, Bloomberg News, Financial Post
CIBC profits triple, RBC posts modest rise, TD Bank profits fall- The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Takata airbag recall affects 1.2 million vehicles in Canada- Peter Henderson, The Canadian Press , Winnipeg Free Press

Teck to temporarily close six Canadian coal mines- Eric Atkins, The Globe & Mail
        Memo to Politicians: Income Tax Cuts Always Work- Steve Forbes, Forbes

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Un paon en cavale � TorontoPlus
        Peter Mackay se retire de la vie politiquePlus
St�phanie Raymond devant une commission d'enqu�tePlus
        Montr�al: un week-end chaotique sur les routesPlus
Voies de faits graves sur une personne �g�ePlus
        Attentat: la vid�o int�grale de Zehaf-Bibeau d�voil�ePlus
Enqu�te: des policiers du SPVM urinent en publicPlus
        Sa conjointe lui faisait avaler des �pongesPlus
Champlain: le Bloc d�posera un projet de loi contre le p�agePlus
        Souverainet�: Couillard invite Legault � choisir son campPlus

Deux Gatinois arr�t�s pour importation d'armesPlus
        Qu�bec investira 100 M $ dans l'�conomie sociale Plus
Couillard d�fend la prime aux m�decinsPlus
        Guy Chevrette au front pour d�fendre l'industrie du taxiPlus
Unilinguisme � la GRC: Yvon Godin porte plaintePlus
        Terrorisme: les �tats-Unis retirent Cuba de la liste noirePlus
L'UPAC arr�te un technicien de la STM et un entrepreneurPlus
        Fin des �lections scolairesPlus
La cour d'appel donne raison � Marc Demers Plus
        L'EI frappe une mosqu�e chiite en Arabie saouditePlus

Elle bat un enfant � coups de sac de patatesPlus
        L'Acad�mie Plus
Irak: 9 morts dans des attentats contre deux h�tels Plus
        Port de Qu�bec: le Phoenix devrait quitter ce vendrediPlus
Inde: la vague de chaleur la plus meurtri�re en 20 ansPlus
        Douze Australiennes ont tent� de rejoindre l'EI Plus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
President Won�t Take Immigration Case to Supreme Court Yet - Michael D. Shear, New York Times
        Can Hillary Keep Her Balance? - Ron Brownstein, National Journal
The GOP�s Darwinian Debate Struggle - John Dickerson, Slate
        With Field Growing, Jeb Bush Sharpens Critique of Opponents - Ed O'Keefe, Washington Post
Clintons Aren�t the Problem, The System Is - Nicholas Kristof, New York Times
        Row over South China Sea: US seeks Asian countries� support to corner China- Reuters, The Times of India
Fifa corruption crisis: Sepp Blatter denies responsibility- BBC News
        Britain�s Cameron tours Europe to push for EU reform- France 24
Rising xenophobia in Sicily at the �boat people�- Rosie Scammell, Al Jazeera
        Vladimir Putin declares all Russian military deaths state secrets- Alec Luhn, The Guardian

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

Valcke confirms Russia, Qatar will host 2018, 2022 World Cups
        Russia issues blacklist, bars EU politicians: Dutch PM
Two killed in Turkey's southeast as rival Kurdish groups clash
        Hollande, Merkel call for rapid implementation of Minsk agreement
US formally drops Cuba from terrorism list : State Dept
        Japan, EU agree to step up defense, economic ties
Merkel: Germany will be 'constructive partner' in EU reform
        China land reclamation in South China Sea creates 'new facts': US
UN eyes keeping Israel off armed violations list: sources
        U.S. pavilion seeks to be catalyst in food security discussion
Iran�s Kurdish problem in perspective
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