Sunday 27 September 2015

CANADIAN DAILY DIGEST September 27, 2015.


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

Justin Trudeau might repeal some mandatory minimums if elected

Tories slam Trudeau for comments on mandatory minimum sentences
        Nanos poll: NDP slips to 3rd place nationally in wake of French debate
Canada�s auto sector �nervous� about TPP talks
        NDP tables climate change plan, Conservatives criticize Trudeau ahead of debate
Broadbent Institute raises new questions about CRA auditing of charities

NDP question timing of Conservative government decision to revoke citizenship
        Leadership the question for Stephen Harper in foreign policy debate
New Democrat climate change plan would allow provinces to opt out
        Conrad Black predicts NDP will �slip� in Quebec
Ottawa denies it will open dairy market to U.S. farmers
        A three-way 905 battle with an orange tinge
Liberals offer a clear choice: Deficits for an economy already growing
        In defence of Justin Trudeau
Why parties still �knock up� voters
        The high cost of Stephen Harper�s foreign policy
Canada�s NDP future? See Alberta
        Local campaigns key in close election
DiCaprio�s move to sell oil stocks may affect Canada: Don Pittis

Conrad Black predicts NDP will �slip� in Quebec
        Ottawa denies it will open dairy market to U.S. farmers
Canada�s more aggressive role in the world not gone unnoticed
        Federal advisers slammed initial design for anti-communism monument
Canadian official for U.N. watched Syrian refugee crisis �slow burn� in Lebanon
        Solving an �electoral emergency�: How parties find replacements for candidates who self-destruct
It�s the selfie election and party leaders have to grin and bear it
        Quebec dairy farmers panicked over Trans-Pacific deal
Natural Resources plugs pesky B.C. well after trying for 50 years
        More HMS Erebus artifacts found but HMS Terror still missing

B.C. to lead country in growth, but job creation stuck in second gear
        Liberals plan for surplus by end of first term scrutinized by opponents
Liberals target tax breaks, tax evaders as part of plan to balance books
        Deadlocked in Manitoba
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair prepares for a minority government
        Liberals looking for gains in Ottawa, NDP in northern Ontario
Former budget watchdog Kevin Page bites back in new book
        How Saudi Arabia, and a $15B armoured vehicle deal, became an election issue
More News

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Alberta NDP MLA suddenly understands why it was a bad idea to give raises to bigwigs, take junket to Boston - Rick Bell, Calgary Sun
        �For the worst of the worst�: Jason Kenney says Toronto 18 leader forfeited own citizenship - Stewart Bell, National Post
Toronto 18 s Zakaria Amara among 1st to lose citizenship under Bill C-24 - The Canadian Press, CBC News
        Controversial Wynne film will finally air on W5- Robert Benzie, Toronto Star
After 60% hike over 10 years, Oct. 1 cut for doctors a �modest discount,� Ontario minister says - Brian Cross, Windsor Star
        Going south? Here�s how to stretch your dollars- Gordon Pape, Toronto Star
Trans Mountain pipeline would eliminate need to ship by rail: report- Kelly Cryderman, The Globe & Mail
        Oilsands at a crossroads: How the next chapter of Alberta�s oil future � and Canada�s workhorse � is a big unknown- Claudia Cattaneo, Financial Post
Could Volkswagen scandal be diesel�s death knell?- Aaron Saltzman, CBC News
        Don�t count on a very merry Christmas- Krystina Gustafson, CNBC

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Laurentides: �cole, synagogue et garderie ill�gales?Plus
        Laurentides: un sexag�naire meurt �cras� sous un arbrePlus
Un motocycliste perd la vie en EstriePlus
        Catalogne: victoire des ind�pendantistes aux �lectionsPlus
Laurentides: ses ruches vol�es pendant la nuitPlus
        Environnement: le NPD annonce ses engagementsPlus
Cinq bless�s � Saint-Clet: un conducteur accus�Plus
        Le pape ach�ve sa visite aux �.-U. par une messe g�antePlus
Harper veut lutter contre la traite des personnesPlus
        L'argent ne r�gle pas tout en �ducation, croit CouillardPlus

Mexique: trois hommes condamn�s � plus de 500 ans de prisonPlus
        Incendie d'origine inconnue � Saint-R�miPlus
Les partis f�d�raux s'�pientPlus
        Premi�res frappes fran�aises en SyriePlus
Un trou g�ant avale un terrain de camping en AustraliePlus
        Une interception de routine prend un tournure inattenduePlus
Agression mortelle au square VigerPlus
        Accrochage sur l'autoroute 40: deux bless�sPlus
Ta�wan: des milliers de personnes �vacu�es


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
The Bobblehead Race for the Presidency - George Will, Washington Post
        John Boehner�s Final Days - John Dickerson, Slate
The Beginning of the End for Trump? - Robert Tracinski, The Federalist
        Boehner Heeds the Pope, Will Rest of GOP? - Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times
Leading the GOP Is the Worst Job in Washington - Todd Purdum, Politico
        Several killed as violence flares in Central African Republic- France 24
Hajj stampede: Iran�s Rouhani calls for investigation at UN- BBC News
        People smuggler who �transferred thousands to Europe killed in shootout�- Rosie Scammell and Chris Stephen, The Guardian
Support for Merkel falls over handling of refugee crisis- Reuters, The Times of India
        Russia steps up Syria support �to stop fall of Assad�- Al Jazeera

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

Iran ready for prisoner swap with US: Rouhani
        Austrian far-right party gets electoral boost from migrant crisis
Obama calls for 'strong' climate deal in Paris
        Israeli strikes hit Syrian army on Golan: rebel sources, monitor
'Everyone has accepted' Assad should stay: Rouhani
        Catalan independence parties win control of regional parliament
Russian protesters decry war in Ukraine, several detained
        Tens of thousands of Moldovans protest corruption
New clashes at Jerusalem holy site
        German far-right mobilising against migrants: spy chief

Syria crisis won't change German position on Russia: Merkel ally
        U.S. support for Syria rebels illegal, Putin says ahead of Obama meeting
Iraq says Russia, Iran, Syria cooperating on security issues in Baghdad
        VW warned about illegal emissions tricks year ago: reports
Malaysia summons China envoy over comments on planned pro-Malay rally
        Putin calls Saudi king to discuss Syria conflict
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