Wednesday 3 June 2015



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Poilievre aide broke conflict of interest rules: ethics commissioner

Liberal candidate responds to Tories� �Just not ready� ad
        Ottawa shooting report says Cpl. Nathan Cirillo tried to take cover during attack
On Political Debates and Advertising
        NDP bid to ban pay-to-pay bank fees blocked from House floor

Public purse helped underwrite Duffy�s presence at charity events
        Grim economic data to start 2015 uncorks rush of downgraded expectations
Harper shows little enthusiasm for �reconciliation� report
        Parizeau�s �rationalist� cause of a separate Quebec was the greatest madness of all
Truth and Reconciliation recommendations possible, if the political will exists
        Why are Canadians afraid to speak up?
Election 2015 is the NDP�s to lose
        Truth came first. Reconciliation must come next.
With a history of cultural genocide, reconciliation the only way forward
        What will the lasting legacy of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission be?

Murray Sinclair offers a path to a better Canada
        Overly-sweeping reconciliation commission report misses chance to be effective
Justice for aboriginal peoples should be Canada�s top priority

What�s Wrong with Alberta Aggressively Increasing the Minimum Wage?
        For Jacques Parizeau, there was no Plan B
PQ leader suggests Parizeau death will boost independence movement
        The supremacy of an incurious and credulous Parliament
Information commissioner seeks court order to preserve contested Quebec gun data
        Toss cases of 375 female RCMP members alleging discrimination: B.C. lawyer
Ex-Montreal mayor Applebaum ordered to stand trial on corruption-related charges
        RCMP missed chance to stop Oct. 22 gunman Michael Zehaf-Bibeau: OPP report
Parizeau and the Age of Nationalism
        Rachel Notley and the case of the missing refinery

Ontario Liberals set to remove Hydro One oversight ahead of sell-off
        B.C. may go private for more complex surgeries
No release on bail for Canadian diplomat�s teen son accused of murder
        Study: Changes in wealth across the income distribution, 1999 to 2012
Who fired the fatal shot that killed Michael Zehaf-Bibeau? Eyewitness account suggests it wasn�t Kevin Vickers
        Race tightens � NDP March Continues � Top in Index, top in accessible voters
Long list of recommended actions puts ball in Harper�s court as TRC closes up
        Bill C-50, Citizen Voting Act, Comparable To U.S. Voter Suppression Tactics: Expat
Union videos attack government over treatment of vets
        Hill attack a logistical nightmare for police, security forces

Police reports on last October�s attack on Parliament Hill to be released today
        CRTC wireless code now applies to all customers: What you need to know
Father of missing girl to run for Tories in Terrebonne
        Parliament Hill spared carnage by �unorganized� attacker
Mulcair calls for �nation to nation� approach after residential schools report
        EKOS poll: Canadians want Elizabeth May and a traditional debate, even if Harper boycotts
3-way federal race would have unpredictable outcome
        Canada�s foreign minister expresses strong support for Israel during first visit
4 in 10 jobless have given up: Survey
        OECD warns of weak recovery, cuts Canada forecast
Canada April Trade Gap Is 2nd-Widest Ever After March Record
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Justin Trudeau commits Liberals to a promise they can�t hope to keep - Kelly McParland, National Post
        Morrow: Ontario Liberals pull veil of secrecy over Hydro One sell-off - Adrian Morrow, The Globe & Mail
Education �only way forward,� says David Johnston as TRC ends - Haydn Walters , CBC News
        Ontario cracking down on inappropriate use of police information - Richard J. Brennan, Robert Benzie & Robert Cribb , Toronto Star
TRC to PM: �Leadership can be implemented right away� - Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press, Macleans
        Mike Duffy denounced RCMP �bluster� over investigation - David Reevely, Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa shooting �a grim reminder that Canada is ill-prepared� to stop terrorist attacks: OPP - Jason Fekete, National Post
        Overly-sweeping reconciliation commission report misses chance to be effective - Michael Den Tandt, National Post
AB PCs deep in debt, without top fundraiser and seem still in denial - Don Braid, Calgary Herald
        Joe Oliver: There Is No Recession, So �I�m Not Going To Be Discussing The Prospects� Of One - Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press, Huffington Post

Alberta NDP appoints B.C. �apparatchik� to highly paid civil service job: critic - Karen Kleiss, Edmonton Journal
        Ontario government launches sex-ed ad campaign - Antonella Artuso, Toronto Sun
Conservative Party dispatched Duffy to help with candidate before 2011 election - Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press, The Globe & Mail
        Vatican�s embassy calls residential schools report �high priority� - Jason Fekete, Ottawa Citizen
Two Canadian astronauts will both fly in space by 2024 - The Canadian Press, Winnipeg Free Press
        Ontario Liberals finally set to curb overuse of police information - Robert Benzie & Robert Cribb, Toronto Star
Mike Duffy�s reason for 2010 B.C. trip in dispute at trial - Christie Blatchford, National Post
        Stephen Harper defends aboriginal affairs record in wake of residential schools report - Haydn Watters, CBC News
Rare moments of dignity in the BC house as Jenny Kwan leaves - Vaughn Palmer, Vancouver Sun
        Fixating on the past makes progress difficult - Jeffrey Simpson, The Globe & Mail

Wake up. The threat to our Indigenous women is Canada�s problem. - Macleans
        Prominent Toronto citizens jointly call for end to carding - Patty Winsa & Jim Rankin, Toronto Star
I am not on Team Uber: Tory - Don Peat, Toronto Sun
        Mayor open to Ottawa monument for residential school survivors - Elizabeth Payne, Ottawa Citizen
Island airport pedestrian tunnel delayed again - Jennifer Pagliaro, Toronto Star
        �This [downturn] is different�: Fort McMurray braces itself for long economic slump- Claudia Cattaneo, Financial Post
Microsoft to open cloud data centre in Toronto- Staff, Toronto Star

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Les fun�railles de Jacques Parizeau c�l�br�es mardiPlus
        D�mant�lement d'un r�seau de trafic de coca�nePlus
Elle d�couvre un serpent dans sa cuisinePlus
        Malaise au Br�sil: il tente d'interviewer un mort en directPlus
Un policier de la SQ aurait utilis� une �force abusive� Plus
        L'Assomption paiera 50 000 $ � cause de son mairePlus
D�mant�lement d'un r�seau de trafic de drogue � SaguenayPlus
        Il conduit sa tondeuse avec un verre dans le nezPlus
Terrebonne: un couple assassin�, le tireur dans la naturePlus
        Le proc�s Duffy se poursuivra cet �t�Plus

Abandonn� en for�t, un b�b� est retrouv� couvert de fourmisPlus
        La surveillance des barrages pleine de �trous�Plus
Un gar�on poignard� � mort dans un h�tel de TorontoPlus
        23 chefs d'accusation contre le �pilote des stars�Plus
Attentat � Ottawa: le mod�le de s�curit� �inad�quat�Plus
        Lien de confiance �branl� entre PKP et le jurisconsultePlus
L'Universit� Laval forc�e de couper 150 employ�sPlus
        Tuerie � Miami: Marc Wabafiyebazu restera en prisonPlus
S�curit� � l'h�tel de ville: des travaux de plus de 2,5 M $Plus
        Le d�c�s de Parizeau bon pour la souverainet�, dit PKPPlus

George W. Bush plus populaire que Barack ObamaPlus
        Canada: un soutien �in�branlable� � Isra�lPlus
Les enseignants tapissent la pelouse de l'Assembl�e nationalePlus
        Japon: des toilettes dans les ascenseurs en cas de pannePlus
Calage d'alcool: un ado de 14 ans fr�le la mortPlus
        Naufrage en Chine: � la recherche de survivantsPlus
10 000 jihadistes de l'EI tu�s depuis le d�but des raidsPlus
        R�gimes de retraite: requ�te juridique des pompiers Plus
Isra�l: un soldat en prison pour un sandwichPlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
The Democratic Party�s Growing Radicalism - Pete Wehner, Commentary
        Not the Bush You Think He Is - Jennifer Senior, New York Magazine
Millennials Don�t Remember Reagan - Bonnie Kristian, The Week
        Supreme Court Unleashes Its Libertarian Roots - Jeffrey Toobin, CNN
Hillary�s Problem Is Honesty. The GOP�s Is Empathy - Aaron Blake, Washington Post
        Duelling proposals bring cash-starved Greece step closer to a fix- Eric Reguly, The Globe & Mail
The Gorilla of Wall Street Is Still an Ape- Yuval Rosenberg, Fiscal Times
        Tesla Motors co-founder Ian Wright wants to electrify gas-guzzling commercial trucks- Terence Chea, The Associated Press, Winnipeg Free Press
Hundreds missing in Chinese tourist ship disaster- Al Jazeera
        Germany�s former Chancellor Kohl �doing well� in hospital- France 24

ISIS advance �failure� for whole world, Iraqi PM says- The Times of India
        Turkey at a crossroads as Erdo an bulldozes his way to lasting legacy- The Guardian
Sepp Blatter to resign as Fifa president amid corruption scandal- BBC News

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

Sirens heard in southern Israel, near Gaza border
        Britain, Italy, EU meet Libya govt to discuss unity talks, migrants
Over 4,000 foreign jihadis on Interpol radar
        Man in Boston terrorism probe faces charges, report alleges beheading plan
U.S. expects Iran to reduce enriched uranium stocks by June 30
        Russia says fresh fighting in east Ukraine is Kiev "provocation"
Canada pledges 'unwavering' support for Israel
        Israel slams Swiss funding for exhibit by Israeli NGO
Iraq, Iran fighters deployed to defend Damascus: security source
        Ukraine says government forces halt rebel attempt to advance on eastern town

Russia slams EU 'witch hunt' against its diplomats
        Afghan anti-corruption body assails nepotism in government
US envoy: ISIS risks becoming global menace
        Pakistan cancels poll result after women barred from voting
Japan, Philippines huddle amid increasing China concerns
        Taiwan candidate seeks to reassure US on China ties
Schools close as MERS virus spreads in S. Korea
        Obama signs bill remaking NSA phone records program
UN chief appeals for resumption of Israeli-Palestinian talks
        Palestinian NGO denies Hamas ties, threatens Israel with legal action

Obama: Netanyahu stance endangers Israel�s credibility
        Islamist extremist killed as internal tensions hit Gaza
Renewable energy powers to prominence
        Israeli bank chief warns of demographic economic fallout
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BREAKING: Final Bill C-51 vote will be tomorrow

Posted by Soledad Vega on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 - 15:05

BREAKING: Liberal Senate leader Grant Mitchell has just confirmed to OpenMedia that the government will shut down all debate on Bill C-51 at the Senate Chamber tomorrow. This means all amendments and the legislation as a whole will be voted on tomorrow.

The news gives us one more day of action. We have another day to fight this unpopular legislation in the Senate, and we need to keep it up until the last minute. Let's tell our senators to protect our charter rights and #StopC51.


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