Saturday 30 May 2015

Daily Digest May 30, 2015


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>HEADLINES ACROSS CANADA <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NATIONAL NEWSWATCH<<<<<<<<

Timing of Peter MacKay�s departure politically damaging

Harper�s enforcer: Meet Jenni Byrne, the most powerful woman in Ottawa
        Chief Justice ignites debate over Canada�s treatment of aboriginals
May says Harper not participating in broadcast consortium debate because he doesn�t want her in it

Team Harper suffering from �image problem': Alberta professor
        Trudeau talks politics, policy and pot
Nova Scotia Green Party Leader Steps Down
        Taxpayers take the hardest hit from attack ads
Monumental folly on Ottawa, Cape Breton fronts
        Why more voters might go to the polls this election day
Canadians still expect the prime minister to be macho
        Conservatives flog values, make desperation moves
Peter MacKay was a politician of many titles, but little achievement
        What Putin�s 86% popularity says about Russian polls

The deepest level of customer service hell, courtesy Hydro One
        Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin has emasculated the high court of Parliament

Freedom of information: Are deleted emails tip of secrecy iceberg? Advocates say lengthy delays, obfuscation
Alberta oil industry wary of NDP government
Trudeau pledges new Coast Guard station on North Vancouver
Residential schools: Promises of reconciliation saved in bentwood box
How the ghost of Prentice haunts NDP�s budget plans
        >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Finance Department says Ottawa posted $3 billion deficit for March - The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
        Alberta�s minimum wage bump could start Oct.1 - Catherine Griwkowsky, Edmonton Sun
New law gives Ottawa the power to revoke citizenship of those convicted of serious crimes - Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        $42M Fort McMurray seniors project gets go-ahead while AB government was in limbo - Karen Kleiss, Edmonton Journal
Opening CPP is fine, but it won�t help the most vulnerable avoid poverty in old age - Don Cayo, Vancouver Sun
        The many battle scars of Peter MacKay - John Geddes, Macleans
Minister Peter MacKay exits politics, a blow to Tories� Maritime hopes - Steven Chase, The Globe & Mail
        Canada�s economy shrinks in Q1; bad readings are �triple whammy� says one economist- Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
Scotiabank says don�t expect it to push beyond its Latin American footprint- Alexandra Posadzki, The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
Bank of Canada�s July meeting just got a lot more interesting: Bets on rate cut rise after dismal GDP data- Pamela Heaven, Financial Post
Canadian Natural�s stance with NDP could backfire, analysts warn- Jeff Lewis, The Globe & Mail

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Meurtres en s�rie: un aspirant rappeur coupablePlus
        Manifestation: plusieurs interpellations � Montr�alPlus
Montr�al: une femme de 36 ans retrouv�e sans vie Plus
        Canot nocturne: un jeune homme succombe � ses Plus
Orages violents: le vent arrache un toit � LavalPlus
        Qu�bec solidaire: les femmes � l'avant-sc�nePlus
Stationnement: des commerces ferment une heurePlus
        Tour de l'�le: ce qu'il faut savoir avant d'arriver en villePlus
Course de taxi impay�e: condamn�e � marcher 48 km Plus
        Un d�bat sur l'abolition les �lections scolaires demand�Plus

Pyrrhotite: marche de solidarit� � Trois-Rivi�resPlus
        Mount Albion: fun�railles du b�b� retrouv� pr�s d'une �glisePlus
Harc�lement sexuel: 360 femmes poursuivent la GRCPlus
        Garderies en milieu familial: les n�gos reprennent lundiPlus
Syrie: l'EI fait exploser la prison de PalmyrePlus
        Lib�ration de tous les Tunisiens retenus en LibyePlus
Laval: un incendie ravage deux b�timents en constructionPlus
        Capotage impliquant trois voitures � Qu�becPlus
Inde: plus de 2000 morts � cause de la caniculePlus
        Un corps rep�ch� dans la rivi�re des EnviesPlus

Une poursuite polici�re se termine par une embard�ePlus
        71 civils tu�s par les raids du r�gime syrien � AlepPlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Republicans place bets on their must-win states for 2016 - Niall Stanage, The Hill
        The Fake Clinton Scandals Are Back - Joe Conason, Politico
How Did Denny Hastert End Up Here? - George Condon, National Journal
        Republican Candidates and Foreign Policy - Michael Warren, The Weekly Standard
The Hillary Clinton Paradox - Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal
        Breaking Silence, Richard Fuld Speaks on Love, Putin and �Rocky�- David Gelles, New York Times
Merkel not ruling out EU treaty change after Cameron talks- BBC News
        US removes Cuba from terror blacklist as diplomatic ties improve- France 24
Second Saudi Arabia suicide bombing fuels Isis campaign fears- Ian Back, The Guardian
        Italy�s regional elections puts focus on migrant arrivals- The Associated Press, The Times of India
South African families among ISIL�s newest recruits- Azad Essa & Khadija Patel, Al Jazeera

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

Ukraine president appoints ex-Georgia leader Saakashvili regional governor
        European politicians 'proud' to be on Russian blacklist
Russian police detain gay activists at unauthorized rally
        Iran rejects site inspections in a nuclear deal
Vietnam says reports of China artillery on reclaimed land 'bad sign'
        Greece open to compromise to seal deal this week: interior minister
Gravely ill Russian opposition figure won't be sent abroad
        Pashtuns refuse to bury dead from Pakistan bus hijackings
Iran, US eye 'intense' month to seal historic deal
        US hits out at China on sea reclamation at security summit

Palestinians from Syria protest UNRWA cuts
        Cyprus tourism income rises, Lebanese top spenders
Syria regime revenues shrink as losses mount
        U.S. warns of global economy �accident� without Greece deal
U.S. economy contracts in Q1, dollar hits profits
        Ruble rebound threatens Russian industry
To defeat jihadis, the U.S. must know more about them
        The FIFA fiasco shows the hypocrisy behind dealings with autocrats
ISIS attracts because Arab systems repel
        Few regrets in Middle East over Blair�s resignation
Russia steps up propaganda with online �Kremlin trolls�

India seizes pigeon over spying fears
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Julian Assange On TPP: Only 5 Of 29 Sections Are About "Traditional Trade,"
Covers "Essentially Every Aspect Of A Modern Economy"
Speaking from his 'prison' in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange explains the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty, which would link his home country of Australia with the U.S. (and Canada) economically. "It is mostly not about trade," Assange says. "Only 5 of the 29 Chapters are about traditional trade."

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