Wednesday 8 March 2017


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

Meet the McMaster prof quoted by Keillie Leitch and learn why he�s unhappy about it

Trudeau: We have a problem with Islamophobia in Canada
        Canadian MPs in Washington hear the call for more money spent on defence
NAFTA talks to start late in the year, see big changes: U.S. commerce secretary
        Trudeau is more concerned about diversity than competence: Kevin O�Leary

Genetic testing bill, up for vote Wednesday, unconstitutional: Trudeau
        Freeland knew her grandfather was editor of Nazi newspaper
Federal government announces $650 million for sexual and reproductive health
        Trudeau taking foreign policy cue from Tory playbook
Stay off the campaign trail and get back to work, Trudeau
        Liberal nomination process: so much for openness and transparency
Crucial for Canada�s scientific research efforts to be agile
        How Bill Morneau�s building a budget around Donald Trump
Gender equality starts with girls respecting one another
        Why equality matters for everyone: Monsef

Kellie Leitch�s Pepper Spray Policy Won�t Help Women: Critics
        Dutch politician brushes off comparisons with PM Justin Trudeau
Sophie Gr�goire-Trudeau�s Facebook post sparks debate
        Current, ex-public servants say Public Service Employment Act �unconstitutional�
Pregnant woman, children among 18 asylum seekers rescued trying to cross Emerson, Man., border
        Pipelines to be a �fundamental� issue for NDP leadership race: Julian
The mental health crisis in Canadian prisons
        Liberals extend tax credit review beyond 2017 federal budget, keeping an eye on Trump
Trudeau cabinet OK�s new coins to honour Stanley Cup, Vimy Ridge
        Youngest-ever Ontario MPP beats challenger again in PC nomination battle

Ethics watchdog won�t investigate Sajjan over Afghan detainee inquiry decision
        Medical marijuana firms discussed using banned pesticides
Alberta government orders prosecutors to weigh cost of justice
        Search underway for Canada�s next top Mountie, as Paulson prepares exit
Parliamentary Protective Service requests another $6.1-million in annual funding in 2017-18, wants $68.2-million total
        Keep calm and plan on, federal ministers told on asylum seeker influx
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Premier Wynne becoming desperate

MPP Sam Oosterhoff easily wins nomination vote - Robert Benzie, Toronto Star
        Advocates say �feminist� PM Trudeau has much work to do - The Canadian Press, CTV News
Trudeau announces $650M for sexual, reproductive health on International Women�s Day - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        To paint a portrait of the Liberals� federal budget, Morneau will have to get crafty - Campbell Clark, The Globe and Mail
Freeland knew her grandfather was editor of Nazi newspaper - Robert Fife, The Globe and Mail
        �Daughters of the vote� to take seats in House of Commons - CBC News
Ottawa braces for rise in asylum seekers fleeing U.S. - Daniel LeBlanc, The Globe and Mail
        Does Canada have too many immigrants? - Scott Gilmore, Macleans
A decent debate on carbon pricing is hidden beneath Conservatives� claim of cover-up - Aaron Wherry, CBC News
        Missing, murdered women inquiry must support family participation, advocates say - Steve Lambert - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star

MPs reject Liberal government�s attempt to gut genetic discrimination bill - John Paul Tasker, CBC News
        Leitch�s questions are just like Denmark�s - Anthony Furey, Toronto Sun
Liberals reviewing operations and design of social security tribunal - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        It�s NDP Alberta. Free stuff for everyone - Rick Bell, Edmonton Sun
Premier Wynne passes the buck - Editorial, Toronto Sun
        Trump sends pharma stocks down with new tweet on drug prices- Jared S. Hopkins, The Globe and Mail
Chinese buyers want Canadian real estate for educational reasons: study- CTV News
        Canadian economy to grow by 2.4% in 2017 to match U.S., OECD predicts- The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
The federal Liberals want more innovation? Fix our disastrous investment climate- Jack Mintz, Financial Post
        Major U.S. wireless providers rush to offer unlimited data plans. Why not in Canada?- Sophia Harris, CBC News


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        Espionnage des journalistes: les audiences commencent le 3 avrilPlus
Un h�pital attaqu� � Kaboul: pr�s de 40 morts Plus
        Les forces irakiennes reprennent une sinistre prison Plus
D�mant�lement d'un vaste r�seau de vols de cargaisonPlus
        Alerte � la bombe � Concordia: Hisham Saadi tente d'�tre lib�r�Plus
10 commentaires horribles de Trump sur les femmesPlus
        Justin Trudeau se range derri�re sa conjointePlus
Journ�e des femmes: manifestation sous les fen�tres de TrumpPlus
        Des personnages f�minins aux feux rouge font jaserPlus

Le fils de Kim Jong-Nam s'exprime dans une vid�oPlus
        De l'eau rose coule dans les robinets en AlbertaPlus
WikiLeaks r�v�le un programme de piratage de la CIA jug� risqu�Plus
        Journ�e de la femme: Sophie Trudeau veut c�l�brer les hommes Plus
P�kin appelle � la suspension du programme nucl�aire nord-cor�enPlus
        L'EI sur le recul en Syrie et � MossoulPlus
Trump a-t-il rencontr� l'ambassadeur russe?Plus
        Hausse des plaintes � la STM: la faute aux pannes de novembrePlus
Le budget Leitao sera d�pos� une semaine apr�s celui d'OttawaPlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Dan Rather: Trump administration �in freefall� - Mark Hensch, The Hill
        Schumer: Senate has �moral duty� to reject GOP�s healthcare bill - Susan Ferrechio, Washington Examiner
The three GOP factions that could doom Republicans� Obamacare replacement bill - Amber Phillips, Washington Post
        Democrats Seek Special Counsel to Investigate Russian Election Interference - Charlie Savage and Eric Lichtblau, New York Times
WH Budget Chief Touts GOP Health Care Bill Without Citing Costs - Erik Ortiz, Alex Moe and Hallie Jackson, NBC News
        Hungarian parliament approves systematic detention of asylum-seekers- France 24
Unions lead mass protests in Buenos Aires- Al Jazeera
        Francois Fillon did not declare loan in 2013 � French paper- BBC News
US deploys anti-ballistic missile defence system to South Korea- The Associated Press, The Times Of India
        Lords vote against second Brexit referendum- Rowena Mason, The Guardian

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

US open to dialogue with N.Korea, but Pyongyang must take steps: State Dept
        US officials aware of CIA security breach in 2016, say WikiLeaks papers authentic
US general says Russia has deployed banned missile
        Israel MPs give initial approval to bills quieting mosques
May sacks top Conservative over Brexit rebellion
        UN decries U.S."vilification" of migrants, fears mass expulsions
China asks N.Korea to stop missile tests, tells US and South to seek talks
        U.S. trade deficit jumps to five-year high on imports
Lebanese Canadian hospital investigated
        Harsh trade truths for Trumpians and Brexiteers

Opposition optimism over Syria talks misplaced
        Friedman gave funds to settle Jews in �Muslim quarter�
Israel OKs bill banning foreign boycott activists
        Could �resurrection� crops survive drought and feed a hungry planet?
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From: Robert Ede
Subject: Wonder how Hydro rates are being "reduced" by 17% thru re-financing ?
 -see Att Ont News Release

"In the EARLY years, a portion of the costs covered by the Global Adjustment(GA) would be REFINANCED TO REDUCE pressure on today’s electricity ratepayers.

"In LATER years, the cost of refinancing would be RECOVERED FROM ratepayers.

"Under current forecasts, the immediate reduction in the GA would be about $2.5 billion PER YEAR on average over the first 10 years, with ANNUAL interest costs not exceeding $1.4 billion."


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