Tuesday 20 June 2017


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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NATIONAL NEWSWATCH<<<<<<<< http://www.nationalnewswatch.com/

Senators defy Trudeau, propose amendments to federal budget bill

Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority chair apologizes for partisan comments
        �My first reaction was �Oh my goodness,� � says senator who abstained in 38-38 budget bill vote
B.C. Greens kill NDP�s proposed change on unionized secret ballots
        Just over one-quarter of British Columbians want a snap election: poll

Liberal security bill creates super-watchdog to oversee intelligence agencies
        Wynne�s Liberals tracking for third place in next election: Poll
Denis Lebel�s departure to put Andrew Scheer�s Conservative leadership to tough electoral test
        Who serves as Trump-whisperer to Justin Trudeau? Brian Mulroney, of course!
The messy reality of Justin Trudeau�s promise of �real change�
        Failed Access to Information reforms the latest in a string of broken Liberal promises
Departure of former Conservative minister Denis Lebel sets up intriguing Quebec byelection
        Not labelling London mosque attack as white terrorism is hypocrisy
A bailout won�t save media, but make it easier to avoid problems
        Why are the Liberals dragging their heels on a news media bailout?

The swamp Donald Trump promised to drain will be his salvation
        Families living with autism need more than photo ops, Mr. Trudeau

RCMP allege federal procurement employee with no link to admiral leaked shipbuilding info
        �Right now, it�s anybody�s ball game�: Sask. Party popularity fading, NDP surging, polls show
Chair of Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority accused of partisan attacks
        Liberals 38, Conservatives 31, NDP 17, Green 7: Nanos
Senate defeats motion to separate infrastructure bank from budget bill
        NDP MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau to endorse leadership contender Guy Caron
Cannabis �backup plan� in the works if provinces unable to regulate by deadline, Morneau says
        Trudeau government to revise CBC�s board selection process
Liberals set to table bill to remodel national security measures
        Cash-for-jobs immigration consultant connected to Sask. government-backed Chinese megamall

China�s Li Keqiang, Trudeau discuss Sino-Canada free trade zone
        Christy Clark to focus on social reforms in B.C. throne speech
PC Leader Jason Kenney advocates rigorous candidate screening for new party
        Brian Jean narrowly averted a mutiny, according to Wildrose party president
Fildebrandt edging closer to run for UCP leadership, if party is approved
        Newfoundland shipper challenges federal ferry subsidies: �That�s not fair�
Kellie Leitch criticized over tweet attacking Syrian refugee program
        Despite risk of cyber attacks, political parties still handle Canadians� data with no rules in place
National Defence mum on Russian threat to shoot down planes in Syria
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<< http://looniepolitics.com/
Senate ethics officer Lyse Ricard resigns from post - The Canadian Press, CBC News
        How rival parties got their act together on pharmacare - Martin Regg Cohn, Toronto Star
Liberals table bill to remodel national security services - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Proposing amendments isn�t Senate activism. It�s the Senate�s job. - Emmett Macfarlane, Macleans
Ontario PC Leader Patrick Brown says newest candidate Parm Gill now supports gay rights, despite past comments - Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star
        Hey, Ontarians, your casinos aren�t just losing money, they�re apparently giving it away - Colby Cosh, National Post
Freshii�s nutritional approach is the latest victim of the junk science of Ontario�s Liberal nanny state - Patrick Luciani, Financial Post
        House of Commons report on Indigenous suicide issues 28 recommendations - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
Major shareholder in The Bay pushes company to sell off real estate, consider going private- CBC News
        Tim Hortons franchisees file lawsuit against Restaurant Brands for breach of contract- Barbara Shecter, Financial Post

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Argentine: d�couverte d'oeuvres nazis dont un portrait d'Adolf HitlerPlus
        Un violent incendie endommage un commerce de recyclage de voitures � Montr�alPlus
Ukraine: Trump re�oit Porochenko, renforce les sanctions contre MoscouPlus
        Fraude fiscale: des amendes de plus de 350 000 $ pour trois hommesPlus
Une publicit� pour indemniser des passagers � l'a�roport de Montr�al interditePlus
        La coalition annonce avoir tu� un haut responsable de l'�I en SyriePlus
RDC: 3000 morts au Kasa�, l'ONU accuse les autorit�s d'armer une milicePlus
        France: accident mortel provoqu� par un barrage de migrants, une premi�rePlus
Incendies au Portugal: un Canadair s'est �cras�Plus
        L'Europe renonce � lancer une sonde vers un ast�ro�de en 2020Plus

Irak: intenses combats � Mossoul, des civils fuient la vieille villePlus
        Tesla d�douan� dans un accident mortel impliquant sa voiture sans pilotePlus
Ruth Ellen Brosseau appuie Guy CaronPlus
        Montr�al: arrestations concernant une compagnie de remorquagePlus
Une amende de 5000 $ pour avoir maltrait� 89 chatsPlus
        Quatre proches de l'assaillant en garde � vue Plus


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< http://looniepolitics.com/
The Attempted Coup on Trump Is a Very Dangerous Move - Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
        Justices to Hear Major Challenge to Partisan Gerrymandering - Adam Liptak, New York Times
Chaffetz: Trump administration �almost worse� than Obama�s - Cristina Marcos, The Hill
        The Desperate Spin of a Spiraling Presidency - Brian Beutler, The New Republic
Dem Hopes Are Sky High in Georgia Special Election - Patricia Murphy, The Daily Beast
        Calling for civility, Ted Nugent explains why he once told Obama to �suck on my machine gun.� - Herman Wong, Washington Post
IOM: 126 refugees feared dead after shipwreck off Libya- Al Jazeera
        Champs �lys�es sealed off after car hits police van in Paris- Jon Henley, The Guardian
Britain seeks �special� EU ties as Brexit talks start- Reuters, The Times Of India
        Otto Warmbier, US student sent home from North Korea, dies- BBC News
Russia halts US aviation cooperation over downing of Syrian jet- France 24

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>THE LEBANON DAILY STAR<<<<<<<< http://www.dailystar.com

US 'mystified' by Saudi stance on Qatar embargo
        UN chief concerned about possible escalation in Syria
Iran's top leader opposes Iraqi Kurdish independence vote
        US senators want Congress to OK military action in Syria
U.S. says Russia not behaving in threatening way in Syria
        Pakistan begins building border fence over Afghan objections
Israel starts work on new settlement amid US peace push
        UNIFIL holds talks between Lebanese Army and IDF
Deal between UK PM May's Conservatives and N.Irish DUP possible this week, DUP source says
        Australia suspends air strikes in Syria after U.S. downing of Syrian jet

Syria tensions rise as Russia, Iran send U.S. warnings
        A look at what is ahead for Brexit
Harvard�s ouster of students stirs debate
        Top authors take on Israeli occupation
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sign Of The Times <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

From: "John Feldsted" <jfeldsted@shaw.ca>
Subject: Manitoba, Saskatchewan Could Lose Millions from Ottawa's $2B Carbon Fund

Apparently, Trudeau is afraid of the fall-out from imposing a carbon tax, so he has devised a plan to force provinces to do it for him. His misuse of public funds to coerce provinces into compliance with his edits is repugnant. He has no constitutional authority to spend public funds in provincial jurisdiction. Let alone to use funds intended for provinces as a tool to coerce provinces to adhere to federal policies.

Our Prime Minister lacks the courage of his convictions which is not surprising � we have been wondering what his conviction (if any) are. Why would he not stand behind his carbon pricing scheme if he honestly believes (1) that it will work; and (2) that it is in the best interests of Canadians?

He is quick with a quip and a curl of the lip

But substance is not his forte

Elected to serve he can�s steer the ship

And rather would just like to play.

John Feldsted
Political Consultant & Strategist
Winnipeg, Manitoba

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