Monday 22 June 2015



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

Most MPs won�t give details of their Ottawa housing arrangements

Federal Court orders public safety minister, RCMP to hand over gun registry data
        Trudeau blames Harper for fumbling Canada�s key relationship with U.S.
Contentious Reform Act lives on as Senate votes to reject proposed amendment
        Ontario cabinet minister threatens legal action over Globe report of CSIS warning

Tories create vehicle to raise money, counter left-wing attacks on Harper
        Clement extending federal travel, hospitality rules to Crown corporations
Oilpatch could lose $100B without new pipelines, researchers warn
        Harper forced to fight for reelection with far less experienced and more stridently partisan Tories
Empty chairs and a government enfeebled
        Federal Liberals need more than a facelift to win Quebec
The summer Mulcair-Trudeau battle a key to election
        Canada must stop denying its genocide
Is democratic-reform issue catching on with electorate?
        Conservatives at risk of losing more than just deadwood

Taking stock of SWOT: how future events could impact campaigns
        Unsavoury elements taint Ukrainian regime
Peter Mackay�s Pension and the Senate Expense Scandal

Canada�s churches want next federal election to be about more than tax cuts
        Close race, changing polls making for tentative summer campaign plans
Tories reject plans from opposition parties to change voting system
        Liberal government would improve U.S.-Canada relations: Trudeau
WestJet pilots file for union certification vote
        Premiers� Performance: Gallant�s job approval plunges, Notley enjoys post-election honeymoon
Federal government lays new charges in 2013 Lac-Megantic train derailment
        CP train left without hand brakes above B.C. town: warrant
With majority out of reach, Liberals would benefit from electoral reform
        7 retiring MPs share parting words, advice for House of Commons

Kurds seek Canadian military, financial support in fight against ISIL: �Time to see something concrete�
        Sen. Mobina Jaffer says fight over C-51 is just getting started
Canada Consumer Confidence Steady as Sting of Oil Shock Subsides
        Loblaws workers reject tentative deal, union says its preparing for a strike
Government cut sex offender program for political reasons, Irwin Cotler says
        Alexandria Morra, who filmed live sex shows at library, pleads guilty
Rise of the rude: Public service executives urge �civility� policy
        Rachel Notley�s Bill 1: Keep big money out of politics at every level
Toronto�s Mayor returns to Pride Festival
        Hybrid cars still have a future, despite falling sales

Trudeau confident electoral reform will be election issue
        Senate redemption lies in doing duty, defeating anti-union bill: Tory senator
�Government by photo op�: How Stephen Harper froze out Ottawa�s press corps
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Senator hires lawyer amid allegations of a relationship with a girl aged 16
        Rachel Notley calls for inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women
B.C. Mountie gets prison time for lying at public inquiry into Dziekanski death
        Justin Trudeau proposes lifting Mexican visa requirement
Engage Canada�s anti-Conservative TV ad all about timing
        Senate drops its digital currency report in bitcoin�s ledger
More News

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
More than �expensive daycare�? Jury still out on whether Ontario�s full-day kindergarten program has paid off - Sarah Boesveld, National Post
        NDP is up in the polls, but history casts doubt - Gerald Caplan, The Globe & Mail
Good cholesterol is when governments spend. Bad cholesterol is when you do. - Kelly McParland, National Post
        Ottawa lays new charges in Lac-M�gantic derailment - The Canadian Press, Macleans
B.C. burns through budget for fighting forest fires - Bethany Lindsay, Vancouver Sun
        Conservatives need strong candidates - Editorial, Toronto Sun
Conservatives� niqab ban shaped by Quebec�s secular charter battle - James Fitz-Morris, CBC News
 Big decisions for Akwesasne Mohawks after Ottawa offers $240 million for land - Giuseppe Valiante, The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
Ontario�s battle against sexual violence falls into ordinary cynical politics - David Reevely, Ottawa Citizen
        Justin Trudeau blames low polling on timing, cynicism - Staff, Global News

MacKay �conflicted� by Don Meredith sex allegations - Michelle Zilio, CTV News
        BBQ season may not improve Trudeau fortunes - John Mraz, Winnipeg Sun
Can a man who ignores his promise of open nominations credibly claim to be a great reformer? - Rex Murphy, National Post
        Vladimir Putin ready to sit at the table with G7 leaders again, says Stephen Harper will just have to accept it - Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press, National Post
Mike Duffy trial: What we have learned so far - Mark Gollom, CBC News
        OPSEU president challenges Wynne to defend Hydro One sale - Smokey Thomas, Toronto Sun
Riot in Ontario jail highlights wider issue of tensions caused by understaffing - The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
        Trudeau comeback? Don�t bet on it - Anthony Furey, Winnipeg Sun
Mulcair benefits from sparse scrutiny - Jim Warren, Winnipeg Sun
        AB NDP revisits flood mitigation plans - Erika Stark, Calgary Herald

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B�b� enlev�: Val�rie Poulin Collins essuie un nouvel �checPlus
        Ath�nes: la prolongation est le �seul moyen d'avancer�Plus
Obama: les �tats-Unis ne sont pas gu�ris du racismePlus
        Montmagny: urgence ferm�e au moins jusqu'� mercrediPlus
Justin Trudeau veut mettre fin aux visas mexicainsPlus
        Des r�publicains g�n�s par les dons d'un leader supr�matistePlus
Lac-M�gantic: de nouvelles accusations port�esPlus
        Possibles �crimes de guerre� � Gaza en 2014 Plus
Un commando taliban attaque le parlement afghanPlus
        Accus� d'agressions sexuelles: cause report�e pour Mathieu RoyPlus

Migrants: op�ration contre les passeurs en M�diterran�ePlus
        Journ�e nationale des Autochtones: couleurs et tamboursPlus
Isra�l: une blague raciste sur Obama fait r�agirPlus
        Rockfest: deux festivaliers tombent de la grande rouePlus
Une nouvelle pr�sidente pour les jeunes p�quistesPlus
        Un homme reste coinc� toute la nuit entre des rochersPlus
Une vache �trangement mutil�e en AlbertaPlus
        L'Iran limite son droit de regard sur un accord nucl�airePlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Hillary Clinton Calls America�s Struggle With Racism Far From Over - Nicholas Fandos, New York Times
        Republicans Tread Carefully in Criticism of Confederate Flag - Jonathan Martin, New York Times
Draft Biden Activists Rally in Iowa - Ed Tibbetts Quad, Sioux City Journal
        McConnell calling Dem bluff on trade - Alexander Bolton, The Hill
Walker wows social conservatives with attacks on Obama, puts GOP rivals on notice - Madison Gesiotto, Washington Times
        How the Greek debt crisis echoes collapse of the Meech Lake accord- Colin Cieszynski, The Globe & Mail
Five things to look for when buying � yes, buying � a mutual fund- Peter Hodson, Financial Post
        Maybe Yes, Maybe No- Morgan Housel, The Motley Fool
Italian prosecutors seek to indict Bank of China and 297 people in money-laundering case- Erika Kinetz, The Associated Press, Winnipeg Free Press
        Energy retrofits become an investment vehicle- Vanessa Lu, Toronto Star

Myanmar�s Suu Kyi eyes landslide election win- The Times of India
        Islamic State group plants mines and bombs in Palmyra, says monitoring body- France 24
Creditors offer Greece six-month bailout reprieve as Tsipras weighs response- Ian Traynor and John Hooper, The Guardian
        Greece debt crisis: EU leaders step up efforts for deal- BBC News
Afghan army moves to retake key district- Al Jazeera

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

Obama to deliver eulogy Friday for slain pastor
        Obama says US racism 'not cured,' makes point with epithet
Europe cautiously optimistic of Greek debt deal this week
        Venezuela to hold legislative polls on December 6
Britain, France demand Iran nuclear inspections
        Activists urge South Carolina capitol to take down rebel flag after massacre
NATO head says alliance to more than double size of rapid response force
        Russia, West trade barbs ahead of Ukraine talks in Paris
Despite Greece, UK's Cameron eyes renegotiation progress at EU summit
        EU to use drones, submarines in operation against migrant smugglers

Hamas hails UN Gaza report's 'condemnation' of Israel
        Iran says good nuclear deal more important than deadline: IRNA
EU proposes more eurozone integration as Greece totters
        Israel disputes UN report finding it may have committed Gaza war crimes
Poland appoints commander of armed forces in case of war
        Israel, Palestinians may have committed war crimes in Gaza: UN report
Outrage in Israel as Arab MP says to join Gaza flotilla
        Moscow powerless to stop Russians from fighting in Ukraine: security chief
EU prolongs Russian economic sanctions for six months: official
        US won't let Russia 'drag us back to the past': Pentagon chief

France warns of explosion if no Mideast peace
        Egypt names first ambassador to Israel since 2012
What can the world expect of the U.S.?
        Russia open for business but red carpet hides crisis
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> PICK OF THE DAY <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
* Large antiwar protest at U.S. embassy in Kyiv June 17
* Putin offers little change at Russia's top economic forum
* Russia reacts to renewal of EU sanctions
* EU extends Crimean trade and investment ban
* Cold war 2.0? Russia, NATO edge toward high-risk military standoff
* Petition: Free journalists and stop political repression in Ukraine

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ON TARGET: Unsavoury elements taint Ukrainian regime

"When asked for a clarification vis-�-vis the possibility of our troops assisting right-wing extremists, the defence minister�s office stated that the Canadians would only be training the Ukrainian National Guard. Unfortunately for all involved, as of September 2014, the Azov Battalion officially became a member of that National Guard.

As loathe as the Canadian government is to admit that Ukraine�s security forces contain such unsavoury elements, it is imperative that we follow the U.S. lead on this and ban any and all support to neo-Nazi fascists, even if they are anti-Russian."

Canada has given almost half a billion dollars
supporting this government with no accounting
of how monies are spent - what programmes
were cut in order to do this. Any thoughts???


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