Monday 14 September 2015

CANADIAN DAILY DIGEST September 14 , 2015


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

Information commissioner taking PMO to court over withholding Senate documents

Federal departments left $8.7 billion unspent last year
        Former Harper aide Bruce Carson wanted to help girlfriend, trial told
Munk debate on foreign policy will be fully bilingual, organizers say
        Federal surplus is good political news for both Stephen Harper and Tom Mulcair

Desire for change intensifies, and battle for �change vote� tightens
        Syrian refugee caseworkers added, but Ottawa can�t say how many
Early budget surplus shows plan working: Harper
        Harper hoping �surprise� surplus will convince voters the Tories are on right economic track
Tory path to re-election no longer seems clear
        Why 50+1 can be right for Qu�bec but wrong for Ottawa
How Jean Chr�tien is still getting it wrong
        Harper�s reluctant pivot to put the refugee crisis to rest
More Public Infrastructure Investment Needed to Boost Economic Performance
        Record shows Sheriff Steve�s not so tough on crime after all

�Golden oldie� Chretien and Mulcair trade barbs on unity
        War on ISIS makes for strange bedfellows

Power Play: Surplus �good news� for Canadians
        Nanos poll: 3 major parties remain in tight race
Refugee crisis less damaging to Conservatives than coverage suggests: Innovative Research poll
        To Have and Have Not; Canadians� Economic Anxiety Shapes Campaign Perspective
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau targets seniors with pension pledge
        Stephen Harper responds to scathing criticism from Jean Chretien
Harper�s press conferences have added bonus: being heckled by the crowd
        Political TV advertising: It�s the medium that is rarely well done
Syrian refugees� window for a storybook ending in Europe may be closing
        Ex-VP Riadh Ben A�ssa claims SNC-Lavalin approved of bribes and gifts to Gadhafi son

Stephen Harper sounds ready for second half of 2015 election campaign
        Freed from constraints, Elections Canada set to launch its own ad campaigns
The federal leaders tackle �women�s issues�
        Major disconnect between Conservative war room, campaigners
Federal government balances books one year early, posts surprise $1.9B surplus
        Alexander�s Ajax opponents taking aim at minister�s record amidst refugee crisis
NDP earmarks $500 million over four years to build clinics, hire health staff
        More than half of Canadians believe Conservative economic plan not a success: poll
More News

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Back to the classroom, back to teachers� complaints - Konrad Yakabuski, The Globe & Mail
        Federal government posts surprise $1.9B surplus - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
Defence minister calls on Gulf countries to accept more Syrian refugees - Michelle Zilio, CTV News
        Feds blasted for slow response - Dale Carruthers, London Free Press
First Nation protesters seek to stop test drilling at proposed LNG site - Gordon Hoekstra, Vancouver Sun
        Chocolate price-fixing charges stayed against 2 companies- The Canadian Press, CBC News
Three reasons why smart people don�t get hired- Peter Harris, Workopolis, Toronto Star
        Table for two, with an iPad? How tablets and mobile apps are transforming the restaurant business- Christina Pellegrini, Financial Post
Drop in loonie poses threat to productivity- Craig Alexander, The Globe & Mail
        Why Disgraced CEOs Get Such Generous Severance- Brad Tuttle, Money

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L'abattage rituel encadr� pour �viter la souffrance animalePlus
        Qu�bec prot�ge les islamistes radicaux, dit Houda-PepinPlus
Un camion vol� contenant 20 000 kg de crabes des neigesPlus
        La Hongrie ferme sa fronti�re, l'Europe tente de r�agirPlus
Plateau-Mont-Royal: un homme poignard� dans un restaurantPlus
        Alerte Amber: le p�re de la fillette enlev�e est retrouv� mortPlus
�.-U.: un professeur tu� par balle, le tireur recherch�Plus
        Vol de lingots d'argent: le chauffeur se livre � la policePlus
Meurtriers �vad�s: la complice voulait �sauver� sa famillePlus
        Une publicit� de Maxime Bernier fait sourirePlus

L'ado montr�alais s'abreuvait de propagande terroristePlus
        Stephen Harper se fait le porte-�tendard de l'�conomiePlus
Le NPD veut faciliter l'acc�s � un m�decin de famillePlus
        Guy Turcotte: deux semaines pour choisir le juryPlus
Le chef du Bloc rencontre le maire de Montr�alPlus
        Les logements trop chers mettent la sant� en p�rilPlus
Touristes tu�s: l'arm�e �gyptienne pourchassait des jihadistesPlus
        La greffi�re oppos�e au mariage gay d�fie encore la loiPlus
Apr�s les jeunes, les lib�raux courtisent les a�n�sPlus
        Acc�s � l'information: des engagements concrets demand�sPlus

Un poisson-lune s'�choue pr�s du quai de Trois-PistolesPlus
        FIQ et CSN manifestent lors d'un discours de CoiteuxPlus
Quatre incendies criminels en une heure � SaguenayPlus
        Attrap�e avec un diamant de 368 000 $ dans le ventrePlus
Afghanistan: les talibans lib�rent plus de 350 prisonniersPlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
A Non-Politician as President? - Carl Leubsdorf, Miami Herald
        How Has Trump Risen So Far, So Fast? - Jay Cost, The Weekly Standard
Democrats Remain Divided over Possibility of a Joe Biden Run - Mike Lillis, The Hill
        DOJ Comes to Hillary�s Defense - Michael Schmidt, New York Times
Walker Narrows Campaign Focus to Iowa, South Carolina Events - Patrick Healy, New York Times
        Migrant crisis: Germany to start temporary border controls- BBC News
Palestinians clash with police in Jerusalem in Al-Aqsa mosque dispute- Kate Shuttleworth, The Guardian
        Yemen�s exiled president rejects talks, launches major offensive- France 24
Refugees drown as boat capsizes off Greek island- Al Jazeera
        Nine dead, 42 wounded in central Pakistan explosion- Agence France-Presse, The Times of India

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

U.S. calls for restraint on all sides in Jerusalem violence
        No Russian troops in Syria: Damascus envoy to Moscow
Jordan king warns Israel against Jerusalem 'provocation'
        Russia positioning tanks at Syria airfield: U.S. officials
Pope says risk that militants could sneak into Europe with refugees
        Nepal rejects calls to make nation Hindu, sparking violence
Trump leads Republican race, support drops for Clinton: poll
        Israel PM to hold emergency meeting on Palestinian 'attacks'
Germany not shutting doors to asylum-seekers: Merkel's spokesman
        Poroshenko asks for 'defensive weapons' against rebels

UN to issue Sri Lanka war crimes report demanding justice
        EU ministers discuss sharing refugees among nations
Germany expects 1 million migrants this year
        Ruling party candidates win all slots in Russian election
Britain's Labour to campaign to stay in EU: Corbyn ally says
        EU approves military action against Mediterranean people smugglers: sources
Israeli dies from injuries sustained in rock attack on car
        Britain and Ireland try to resume N.Irish crisis talks
Iran's President Rouhani sends message for Jewish new year
        Israeli police, Palestinians clash at Jerusalem holy site

Climate change will add a new risk for the poorest farmers
        Why Syrian refugees prefer to go West
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"Early budget surplus shows plan working: Harper"
Just what is the "plan" may I ask?
Could it be a surprise surplus after forecasting a deficit?
Read the articles.
In your view was the surplus a surprise or pre planned?

        Harper hoping �surprise� surplus will convince voters the Tories are on right economic track
Federal departments left $8.7 billion unspent last year


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