Sunday 30 April 2017


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

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

Defence minister apologizes to former comrades for claims about Afghan battle

Liberals resume cabinet fundraisers under new rules
        Millennials, boomers meet as Conservative Party-crashers
Alberta Conservatives edge toward merger, but who will lead?
        Canadian News Media And �Fake News� Under A Microscope

Calgary Conservative MP Michelle Rempel is considering a run for mayor
        Heritage minister calls for overhaul of news business
M�lanie Joly urges patience on long road toward cultural policy shakeup
        Recent history shows there are no guarantees in O�Leary�s kingmaker gambit
The anatomy of Harjit Sajjan�s Afghanistan operation apology
        Power Play: Should Sajjan resign?
Canada can�t afford to lose a generation of top research talent
        Bernier seems like the dream Conservative candidate � so why does he make me nervous?
Hints of horror in admirably restrained Handmaid�s Tale

Feds consider help for softwood lumber workers
        Common interest will ensure Canada-U.S. trade conflicts get solved
B.C. leader could drag Canada into unwanted battle with U.S. on softwood: expert
        BC NDP win would cause �uncertainty�: TD
Retired widow�s $50K severance stuck in troubled public pay system
        Sajjan expresses �regret� for claiming to be architect of key battle against Taliban
Clown down: The post-O�Leary Conservatives
        More Now Disapprove of Trudeau Than Approve
Leaked Trump draft order blames NAFTA for �massive� wealth transfer from U.S.
        Delayed corruption probe sparks questions in Quebec

Here�s a breakdown of who�s actually winning the Conservative Party leadership race
        Canada restarts free trade negotiations with South American trading bloc
More than half agree that marijuana should be legal
        Nova Scotia�s governing Liberals pull campaign ad suggesting May 30 election
What leadership race? Wildrose lead unshaken by Kenney, NDP still trailing: Poll
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Is Trudeau�s youth council a Grit recruitment scheme? - Meagan Campbell, Macleans
        The elder Trudeau had it almost right. Now, Canada must be aware of the elephant�s every tweet - Rex Murphy, National Post
Ontario Liberals bullish after balancing budget as election looms - Robert Benzie, Toronto Star
        B.C. Election 2017: 20 hot topics and where each party stands - Staff Reporter, Vancouver Sun
Wynne must follow her �progressive gut� to win back Ontarians - Omar Khan, Toronto Sun
        What does Stephen Harper think of Justin Trudeau�s work? To his credit, he hasn�t told us - Andrew MacDougall, Calgary Herald
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan pays price for rash battlefield boast - Bruce Campion-Smith, Toronto Star
        What exactly is Home Capital and why is it so important to the mortgage industry?- Armina Ligaya, Financial Post
New BlackBerry smartphone with physical keyboard coming to Canada in May- The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Ad boycott of YouTube could spell trouble for Google- CTV News

�A real negative for Canada, no question�: Experts weigh in on Trump�s tax reform- John McHutchion, CBC News


Un projet de loi sur des travaux effectu�s b�n�volement inqui�te les entrepreneursPlus
        Ottawa �limine la r�sidence permanente conditionnellePlus
Donald Trump c�l�bre avec sa base les 100 jours d'une pr�sidence controvers�ePlus
        La Turquie bloque l'acc�s � l'encyclop�die en ligne Wikip�diaPlus
Manifs anti-Poutine en Russie: plus de 100 arrestationsPlus
        Syst�me de paie Ph�nix: des rassemblements dans plusieurs r�gions du Qu�becPlus
Des �ducatrices manifestent pour leurs conditions de travailPlus
        Les Montr�alais invit�s au grand m�nage de leur villePlus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Et tu, Barack? Obama Just Another Money-Grubbing Politician - Anne Summers, The Sydney Morning Herald
        The Global Effort to Flatter Ivanka - Amy Davidson, The New Yorker
Bannon reasserts influence in 100 days push - Jonathan Easley, The Hill
        �Disarray� Is Preface to Power for Democrats - Francis Wilkinson, Bloomburg
Trump to Tell N.R.A. in Person: Thank You - Michael D. Shear, New York Times
        Trump�s 100-day milestone: Is he in violation of his contract with American voters? - Allison Michaels, Washington Post
Trump Has Been Lucky in His Enemies - Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal
        Nigeria says 15 suspected Boko Haram extremists shot dead- The Associated Press, The Times Of India
Pope Francis arrives in Egypt on historic two-day visit- Al Jazeera
        Trump fears �major, major conflict� with North Korea- BBC News
Police raid office of Kremlin critic ahead of protests- France 24
        Britons could lose health cover in Europe after Brexit, report warns- Sarah Marsh, The Guardian

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

France's Le Pen softens on timetable for dumping euro
        Iranian hard-line candidate slams Rouhani on economy
Marchers use Trump's 100th day to protest climate policies
        British PM May's Conservatives see lead slip to 17 points: Opinium poll
Turkish authorities expel more than 3,900 from civil service in latest purge
        EU chiefs want to meet Erdogan at NATO summit: Merkel
Russia says US missiles in Poland, Romania would violate treaty
        French will decide EU future in May 7 vote: Hollande
For Trump in White House, conflicts of interest range widely
        Syrian father arrested for forcing daughters into prostitution, raping the eldest

Philippines Duterte says US should not play into NKorean leader's hands
        Merkel says she has 'good relationship' with Trump despite frosty start
France calls for firm reaction after North Korea's missile test
        Independence push threatens Hong Kong's autonomy, says Beijing official
EU leaders agree on tough Brexit stance
        As Macron hunts rural vote, Le Pen celebrates alliance
Japanese PM Abe says North Korean missile launch a grave threat to Japan
        Russia's Lavrov says ready to cooperate with U.S. on Syria: agencies
US Marines return to Afghanistan's volatile Helmand
        First direct London-China train completes 12,000 km run

N.Korea test-fires ballistic missile in defiance of world pressure
        Israel planning 15,000 more settlement homes in Jerusalem
U.S. economy grows 0.7 percent in first quarter, slowest in three years
        U.S. troops on Syria-Turkey border
Apple-picking robots worrying for some
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sign Of The Times <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>GLEANED POSTS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
With Trump�s Shifts on Trade, Unease and Uncertainty North and South of the Border

Trump �Prepares� Public Opinion for Nuclear War in Korea!

At UN Security Council session Rex Tillerson opens door for negotiations with North Korea
Tillerson puts Nikki Haley in her place. Tells her to clear comments with State Department
Calling Diplomacy Difficult, Trump Warns of 'Major, Major Conflict' With North Korea
Furious China hits back at US on North Korea during UN Security Council Session
UN Security Council debates further sanctions on North Korea
2 western narratives on North Korea, both cannot be true.
BREAKING: North Korea tests ballistic missile


From: "Mahmood Elahi"
Subject: Comment by Tommy Thomas on electric vehicles

Gasoline-powered cars are the biggest users of oil and if they are electrified, oil consumption will be reduced drastically. As for long-distance trucks, they will have batter exchange system in which their batteries will be replaced with fully-charged batteries at stops. Also all truckers need rest and sleep after long driving and batteries can be recharged during those periods. Only airlines will need oil for aviation fuel. But this will be a small sector compared to automobile use.

From: Robert Ede
Subject: FYI: New Finance Canada document notification

April 2016 to February 2017
For the April to February period of the 2016�17 fiscal year, there was a budgetary deficit of $11.5 billion,
compared to a surplus of $7.5 billion reported during the same period of 2015-16.

From: <>
Subject: New Finance Canada document notification
The following Fiscal Monitor has just been posted on the Finance Canada Site.
The Fiscal Monitor - February 2017
La revue financière - février 2017

From: Grant Orchard
Subject: David Orchard on CBC radio, 8:30 am, Monday, May 1, 2017

David Orchard will be a guest on CBC radio's The Current @ 8:30 am, Monday, May 1, 2017, on a panel discussion on the future of NAFTA.

Do tune in and let others know (and give your feedback to the CBC after!). If you miss the programme Monday morning, it will be archived.

Thank you,
Grant Orchard


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