Sunday 2 April 2017


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>HEADLINES ACROSS CANADA <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

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

O�Leary win could put Conservative Party unity at risk, strategist Jenni Byrne warns

Jagmeet Singh, gathering campaign team, appears poised to enter NDP leadership race
        `Think twice about campaign promise of seniors� price index, docs urge Liberals
NDP gave maps, advice and other help to a third-party anti-Liberal group in Ottawa by-election
        Bill Blair and the politics of being joint chief

Ombudsman accuses National Defence of �insidious� attacks, demands independence
        Committee filibuster over changes to House of Commons rules to resume Monday, opposition MPs say
Second ethics investigation could be nixed if Don Meredith booted from Senate
O�Leary wants to drag political discourse into the Dragon�s Den
Under Vimy�s shadow, is Canada MIA on nuclear deterrence
Governing is not for amateurs
Mad Max Bernier, back from The Wasteland
Trudeau, Liberals tone-deaf to House of Commons
It�s time to rethink how we choose party leaders
Strategy Session: Multi-Horse Race

5 things to consider as Conservative leadership camps release membership totals
        Here�s what it�s like to punch the prime minister
Economy tops expectations and grows faster than expected in January
        A smile and arrest welcome asylum seekers to Canada
Trump to order probe of 16 countries� trade practices, including Canada
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Podcast: Racism in Canada

Here�s how Alberta is trying to avoid Ontario�s green energy boondoggle - Stuart Thomson, Edmonton Journal
        Opposition leaders in Alberta go after Rachel Notley for trade tiff with Premier Brad Wall�s Saskatchewan government
Trump may not pull out of Paris climate deal, McKenna says - Laura Payton, CTV News
        Latest poll shows B.C. Greens winning support on Vancouver Island - Stephanie Ip, Vancouver Sun
Actually, witchcraft is a pretty good explanation for all that�s happening in Ontario- Rex Murphy, National Post
        �We have liftoff�: Canada�s surging January GDP growth has some economists raising 2017 forecasts
How some investors betting on the real estate boom lost- Tamsin McMahon & Tim Kiladze, The Globe and Mail
        Howard Schultz leaves Starbucks with its cup half-empty- Jennifer Wells, Toronto Star
CIBC CEO explains why bank is replacing Canadian staff with workers from India- Sophia Harris, CBC News


B�tise stratosph�rique chez Bombardier
        Un fant�me tenace
L�ami tapi dans l�ombre
        Une culture � �treindre
Une guerre de la honte pour les �tats-Unis
        Le poisson �coresponsable, une question d��chelle
Cinq �lections partielles f�d�rales se d�rouleront lundi, dont Saint-Laurent
        Le PQ d�posera une motion au sujet de Bombardier
Ottawa prolonge sa mission militaire contre le groupe EI
        Jean-Fran�ois Lessard veut presser le pas

Des patients otages de leur code postal
        La neige provoque quelques accidents
Rassemblement pr�vu samedi soir pour Daphn� Huard-Boudreault
        Deux profs pour une classe
Bombardier: quelque 200 citoyens manifestent contre les hausses des dirigeants
        Les pratiques de r�mun�ration de Bombardier sont �saines�, dit un administrateur
Le Fonds des g�n�rations au coeur de la valse des milliards
        Trump veut une enqu�te sur les partenaires �conomiques des �tats-Unis
Un cr�dit d�imp�t pour des fosses septiques moins nuisibles
        Plaidoyer pour le climat sur fond d�incertitude � Washington

La Colombie en deuil apr�s la mort de plus de 200 personnes dans une coul�e de boue
        Pour sortir de sa bulle cette semaine: populisme, assurance maladie et image chancelante
L'animateur Bill O'Reilly cumule les accusations de harc�lement
        Plusieurs bless�s dans une explosion en banlieue de Paris


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
The Dreaded Trump Curse - Gail Collins, New York Times
        Democrats go for broke in race for Tom Price�s seat - Lisa Hagen, The Hill
Dems Persist in a Dangerous Fraud on Russia - Andrew McCarthy, National Review
        Joe Manchin�s high-wire act: Working with Trump � and criticizing both parties - David Weigel, Washington Post
DNC Chair Tom Perez: �Republicans don�t give a shit about people� - Daniel Chaitin, Washington Examiner
        Park Geun-Hye: Once South Korean president, now prisoner 503- AFP, The Times Of India
Burma votes in by-elections seen as first test of Suu Kyi�s leadership- France 24
        Colombia landslides kill at least 92- BBC News
Paraguay �coup�: death of activist threatens to reignite protests- Laurence Blair, The Guardian
        PM Hariri: Lebanon at �breaking point� due to refugees- Al Jazeera

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

Merkel says migrants must respect tolerance, German laws
        Italy brokers deal with Libyan tribes to curb migrant influx
Tsipras says deal with creditors hinges on debt relief
        History of "papal tyranny" catches up with pope in northern Italy
U.S.-backed forces repel ISIS attack near Syrian dam
        Rampant Celtic roar to Scottish title
US ambassador: No question Russia meddled in election
        'Bathroom bill' compromise angers Democratic gov's allies
On Russia, Trump administration hews closely to Obama playbook
        Britain will 'never' cede Gibraltar without its consent: May

Merkel's conservatives in dead heat with challenger: poll
        China to create new economic zone outside Beijing
Spain eases opposition to an independent Scotland in EU
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sign Of The Times <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

China Wants Total Access To Canada, May Seek  To Import  Its  Own  Workers

CIBC CEO explains why bank is replacing Canadian staff with workers from India 

QUESTION: Am I the only person concerned by loss of jobs to Canadians?

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