Monday 1 June 2015



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

NDP�s national surge due to popularity in Quebec, not post-Alberta honeymoon: poll

Likely voters don�t care if Harper snubs debates
        Judge awards $15 billion to Quebec smokers: anti-tobacco lobby group
Peter MacKay exit allows him to collect full pension at 55
        Duffy trial poised to stretch into August, as election campaign opens

Tories to support NDP motion to ban pay-to-pay fees charged by big banks
        Nicholson says Iraqi ground forces must lead fight to win back Ramadi
McIver to investigate after PC executive mocks weight of Alberta health minister
        Reform Act has Conservatives fighting Conservatives
MacKay�s departure hurts Nova Scotia Conservatives
        Is this the kind of Conservative government MacKay envisaged?
An ode to Peter MacKay: Thanks for the misery
        Social media miscues imperil political powers
Harper proves he can be warm and funny in political eulogy for MacKay
        Tories still tone deaf in Quebec

Rent control will be a disaster
        Easier to buy a joint in Vancouver than a loaf of bread

Car recall legislation expected to be tabled this week
        Veterans, government agree to put benefits lawsuit on hold until after election
Feds appeal judge�s refusal to dismiss court case on Senate vacancies
        Harper to kick off Europe trip in Ukraine, before G7 summit in Germany
Next federal election �mother� of all elections
        Tories� life-without-parole bill in limbo
Russian embassy to host recital by controversial pianist Valentina Lisitsa
        Why do our MPs clap for each other so much?
Liberal Bob Nault to challenge Greg Rickford in Kenora riding
        Veterans Affairs officials blamed Fantino for making �bad press� worse

Canada Day on Parliament Hill to be an eclectic mix of music, entertainment
        Canada Confidence Falls From 5-Month High on Lower Job-Sentiment
New rules to restrict lobbying if �sense of obligation� results from campaigning: lobby commissioner
        Inside look into Health Canada battle with Apotex
Ontario Speaker rejects PC complaint that Hydro One mislead the legislature
        What is the Truth and Reconciliation Commission?
For former MP Littlechild, Truth and Reconciliation Commission comes full circle
        Truth and Reconciliation Commission wraps up this week
Federal health panel needs more time to report on improvements and innovation
        Lack of federal resources fails international student strategy

Canadians who travel abroad to fight ISIL get little scrutiny upon return, suggesting Canada isn�t keen on stopping them
        Alberta MLAs sworn in after historic election
MacKay departure underscores fact Conservatives are one-man show: former Tory adviser
        Tory senator insists PM hasn�t asked Senate to stall Reform Act
Does a mandatory CPP increase double an employee�s return or risk job losses?
        As Duffy returns to court, colleagues await different kind of justice in Senate
NDP brings motion to ban pay-to-pay bank fees to House of Commons on Monday
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Mike Duffy�s trial resumes after three weeks, immediately runs off the rails - David Reevely, National Post
        Alberta premier Rachel Notley first to take MLA oath of office at swearing-in ceremony Monday - Otiena Ellwand, Calgary Herald
CPP flip-flop nothing more than shameless politics - Editorial, Ottawa Citizen
        Legal battle over royal baby law hits Quebec court today - Stephanie Marin, The Canadian Press, CBC News
Notable Canadians call on Harper to push Mohamed Fahmy�s case with Egypt - Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
        Conservative judges, bureaucracy, Senate a likely constraint on future governments - David Akin, Toronto Sun
As Duffy returns to court, colleagues await different kind of justice in Senate - Jennifer Ditchburn, Winnipeg Free Press
        Brazeau�s night as a pro wrestling referee ends with body slam � for him - Tyler Dawson, Calgary Herald
Large crowd gathers for Walk for Reconciliation in Ottawa - Mia Robson, Winnipeg Free Press
        Canadians who travel abroad to fight ISIL get little scrutiny upon return, suggesting Canada isn�t keen on stopping them - Stewart Bell, National Post

More women alleging harassment want to join lawsuit against RCMP - Natalie Clancy, CBC News
        Fiat Chrysler merger e-mail to GM not only one sent to rivals, chairman says- Gianni Montani, The Globe & Mail
�We�re at an inflection point�: Why Ontario health tech startups may finally be able to find financing at home- Mary Teresa Bitti, Financial Post
        Montreal fashion industry suits up, uniting to regain city�s lost glory- Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press

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Qu�becor tente de museler les d�put�s, croit FournierPlus
        Prime chez Hydro-Qu�bec: P�ladeau et Drainville en d�saccordPlus
Hochelaga-Maisonneuve: les poules bient�t autoris�esPlus
        Ottawa veut agir sur le rappel des v�hiculesPlus
Stephen Harper participera au sommet du G7Plus
        Policier tra�n� sur 50 m�tres: le suspect arr�t�Plus
Premier grand rassemblement � New York pour Hillary ClintonPlus
        Intervention polici�re: l'homme a fonc� sur la policePlus
Un retardataire tente d'embarquer sur un traversierPlus
        �bats trop bruyants: prison ferme pour une BritanniquePlus

Le m�tro jusqu'� Anjou est la meilleure optionPlus
        D�but de l'enqu�te pr�liminaire de Michael ApplebaumPlus
Des explosifs dans la maison de son d�funt p�rePlus
        Irak: un attentat contre la police fait pr�s de 40 morts Plus
Manifestations contre les coupes en �ducationPlus
        Processus de consultation pour le Vieux-Port de Montr�alPlus
Bangladesh: le proprio du Rana Plaza accus� de meurtrePlus
        Elle cause trois collisions et une poursuite polici�rePlus
France: bataille entre pr�s de 300 migrantsPlus
        Tokyo: une femme morte trouv�e dans une valisePlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Sanders packs gym � and stairwells � in Iowa - Emilie Stigliani, USA Today
        How �Public Servant� Hastert Got His Riches - Ana Marie Cox, The Daily Beast
Attention FIFA: Here�s how to take a bribe without getting caught- Brett Arends, MarketWatch
        The rise and fall of Subway, the world�s biggest food chain- Drew Harwell, The Washington Post, Toronto Star
Scores killed in gas explosion north of Syria- Al Jazeera
        Schools reopen in earthquake-devastated Nepal- Ishwar Rauniyar & Jason Burke , The Guardian
Fifa�s Sepp Blatter victim of conspiracy, daughter says- BBC News
        EU hits out at �totally arbitrary� Russia travel blacklist- France 24
China isolates 82 for possible MERS infections- The Times of India
Hooray for Hillarywood? - Maureen Dowd, New York Times

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

Obama defends Iran nuclear talks on Israeli TV
        Obama says Myanmar needs to end discrimination of Rohingya to succeed
Boston Marathon bomber's college friends face sentencing
        White House: Iran nuclear talks can continue despite Kerry's injury
KFC sues Chinese companies for online rumors about its food
        Funding shortage threatens half UN's humanitarian operations in Iraq
Nuclear deal would 'roll back' Iran military: US adviser
        US top court rules for Muslim woman denied job over head scarf
Syrian official praises Iran's 'effective' support
        Iranian planes that drew US sanctions to fly outside country: Fars

Jewish protesters try to block Christian ritual at holy site
        Hamas cannot be partner for peace: Israel PM adviser
Merkel's party resists calls to embrace full gay marriage
        Russia wants precise wording for UN resolution on Libya human smugglers
Georgia threatens to strip ex-leader Saakashvili's citizenship
        EU urges FIFA to reform after corruption scandal
Russian FM dimisses 'absurdity' of EU anger over entry bans
        More than 6,400 killed amid 'tremendous hardship' in Ukraine says UN
Germany, France demand changes to EU refugee-sharing plan
        German lawmaker urges Britain to hold EU vote as soon as possible

Vietnam: Don't tie US weapons sales to human rights issues
        NSA surveillance powers lapse after no deal in US Senate
Why, more than ever, U.N. peacekeeping needs global support
        Netanyahu insists he is committed to Palestinian state
Syria�s Druze are caught in a maelstrom
        U.N. in jeopardy
Putin shut out from G-7 meeting in Germany
        How Chinese currency came in from the cold

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Is this the kind of Conservative government MacKay envisaged?

YES:  a winning party on the centre-right of the political spectrum no longer splitting votes and electing Liberal governments by default.      

Unlikely:  It is a post-ideological party chasing electoral opportunity with fewer and fewer traditional conservative moorings.                 

A question to those reading this article - On which of the two is your vote cast by you?


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