Friday 9 June 2017


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

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

Liberals table bill to give gun registry data to Quebec

U.S. trade commission votes to proceed with Bombardier investigation
        Canadians Latvia-bound to lead NATO battle group
Trudeau ministers gather in Ottawa to meet US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin
        In 48 hours after NDP-Green coalition deal announced, B.C Liberals raised over $300,000

How would Scheer handle Trump? Lean on private industry, says Conservative leader
        Floods caused by climate change, say most Canadians
Rookie ministers turned into cannon fodder
        Two Trudeaus, two ways of handling besieged presidents
Scheer has doused the Conservative Party�s mini-rebellion
        Comey-Trump: The actors� commentary track
Liberals mastering the craft of delicate Trump diplomacy
        Whatever did happen between three police officers and a woman in a hotel room, it isn�t pretty
Liberals� massive increase in defence spending is a budgetary coup
        Indigenous people and the Constitution conversation

British PM Theresa May�s election gamble backfires, and suddenly Brexit is in trouble
        Take it from the Republican faithful � Trump�s not a liar, just an idiot

Labour market stays hot with surprise gain of 77,000 full-time jobs
        Most Canadians prefer Trudeau over Trump on leadership style, poll suggests
Critics oppose Liberals� handling of Chinese investor�s Norsat takeover
        Conservative Party puts Trost campaign �on notice� over leaked membership list
New dollars scarce in �feminist� foreign aid policy
        NATO�s secretary general hoping to see more of Canada following defence plan
MPs avoid questioning foreign policy that�s sure to be a winner with voters
        Defiant anti-Trump message in Freeland�s speech is clear � and radical
                NAFTA�s dirty secret: it lets U.S. control our oil
A national infrastructure bank will ensure Canada�s long-term prosperity
Why Patrick Brown will be our next premier
Tories making Trudeau�s job easy
StatsCan�s website struggled with software issues for almost a month, emails show
Senate defeats amendment that threatened to kill bill making O Canada gender neutral
Scheer, Mulcair join to press Trudeau on official appointments process
Liberals waive security review for Chinese takeover of high-tech firm
Rising debt, sizzling housing markets leave Canada more vulnerable: central bank
Journalist shield law could soon become reality in Canada
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Ontario slaps a higher toll on workers, apparently because we want fewer of them - Terence Corcoran, Financial Post
        No new spending in Liberal �feminist� foreign policy - Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press, Macleans
Liberals look at ways to change youth employment programs, labour minister says - Jordan Press, The Canadian Press, CTV News
        New Ontario legislation ensures workers can take at least 10 sick days a year without a doctor�s note - Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star
Conservative Party puts Trost campaign �on notice� over leaked membership list - Catherine Cullen, CBC News
        Armed drones are the future, but discussion needed on how we use them, Trudeau says - Murray Brewster & Peter Zimonjic, CBC News
Why we support the Fair Hydro Act - Editorial, Toronto Sun
        Liberals mastering the craft of delicate Trump diplomacy - Tim Harper, Toronto Star
Coming deal on national child care will compel provinces to expand services - Jordan Press, The Canadian Press, CTV News
        Environmental and Indigenous groups demand banks avoid supporting Trans Mountain expansion - Julien Gignac, Toronto Star

Annual pace of housing starts slips lower in May compared with April- CTV News
        Mortgage rates ticking higher for subprime borrowers- Pete Evans, CBC News


Acc�s gratuit: vers un achalandage record au Parc national de la MauriciePlus
        Les voiliers en d�tresse dans l'Atlantique, secours de l'arm�e canadiennePlus
Trump rassure ses alli�s de l'Otan: l'Am�rique les d�fendra si besoinPlus
        Venezuela: manifestation d'opposants pour d�noncer la �censure�Plus
Feux de for�t de Fort McMurray: deux rapports constatent le manque de pr�paration des autorit�sPlus
        Le proc�s d'un pr�sum� terroriste s'ouvre en Colombie-BritanniquePlus
La Russie a �t� �tr�s utile� dans le sud de la Syrie, juge le PentagonePlus
        Ottawa va finalement transf�rer les donn�es du d�funt registre des armes � feu � Qu�becPlus
Gaza: un Palestinien tu� par des tirs de soldats isra�liens Plus
        M�diterran�e : plus de 900 personnes secourues en 48 heures, un corps r�cup�r�Plus

Le Che du Nord au SudPlus
        La plateforme radio SiriusXM acquiert 16% de sa concurrente PandoraPlus
Un peu de r�pit pour les automobilistesPlus
        May annonce la formation d'un nouveau gouvernement pour mener � bien le BrexitPlus
Br�sil: quotas de 20% pour les Noirs dans la fonction publiquePlus
        Prison pour une Am�ricaine niant la r�alit� d'une tuerie d'enfantsPlus
Fuite de documents de la NSA: la suspecte voulait �br�ler la Maison Blanche�Plus
        Roumanie: la forteresse de Dracula hant�e par des... oursPlus
STM: Plus de 150 M$ pour un nouveau complexe multifonctionnel


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Comey Confirms That Democratic Pundits Are Wrong - Alan Dershowitz, Fox News
        Republicans can�t quite figure out how to defend Trump from Comey�s accusations - Amber Phillips, Washington Post
Trump Gets From Comey What He Wanted All Along - Devin Dwyer, ABC News
        Comey�s Statement an Indictment of Comey, Not Trump - Sean Davis, The Federalist
The Democratic Party in Worse Shape Than You Thought - Thomas Edsall, New York Times
        Justice Dept. defends Sessions after Comey hearing - Mark Hensch, The Hill
How Sam Brownback�s tax �experiment� failed - Ed O'Keefe, Washington Post
        Teenager protestor dies as political unrest in Venezuela continues- France 24
North Korea fires what appear to be land-to-ship missiles: South Korea- Reuters, The Times Of India
        South Sudan�s battle for cattle is forcing schoolgirls to become teenage brides- Gethin Chamberlain, The Guardian

Iran FM Zarif slams �repugnant� Trump statement on Tehran attacks- BBC News
        Rights group concerned for Gulf citizens amid fallout- Al Jazeera

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

Trump says "100 percent" willing to respond to Comey under oath
        Pentagon praises 'very helpful' Russia in southern Syria
US calls on Arab states to ease Qatar blockade as crisis deepens
        Temer's future in balance as Brazil election court begins vote
Russia says US-led coalition colludes with ISIS in Syria
        Iraq's Kurds say 'no turning back' on independence vote
EU fears Brexit delay, uncertainty after shock UK vote
        S.Korea will not change THAAD agreement with US: security adviser
Election dents Scottish nationalists' hopes for independence
        Israel advances settlement plans despite Trump appeal
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>GLEANED POSTS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Why The West Hates Putin � It�s More Than What You�re Told

25,000 NATO Troops to Take Part in Largest US-Led Black Sea Drills in July by RT

Ex-bankers share allegations of shady bank sales practices with federal MPs

Changes in relationship of Earth with the Sun alters Earth's climate.
Always has. Always will
Can we control this?
From: "John Feldsted" <>
Subject: The Climate Change Swindle

Meetings of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) are based on the same swindle illustrated by Hans Christian Andersen in his story: "The Emperor's New Suit" (1837). The swindle in this case is based on convincing world leaders that they have the power to regulate climate change.

The basis are the theories that man-made carbon emissions have a profound effect on climate change and that IPCC models for projections on future climate change are accurate. World leaders are not lining up to tell their counterparts that they really don't have the power to regulate our climate.

Most people feel that someone should do something to combat climate change and many react badly to any criticism of the swindle. There is no consensus on how we should combat climate change. Each nation is struggling with the 'how' to implement emissions reductions without serious damage to the economy and well-being of its citizens.

Most people unconsciously equate carbon emission reductions with environmental protection and pollution although they are distinct and separate. Carbon emission reductions will not improve the quality of our air, water and land or protect our environment.

Our government is dishonest in presenting its proposed carbon tax as a pollution mechanism when it is not. The language is used to justify a new tax that will have a negative effect on our economy, cost of living and personal budgets.

The final insult in this scam is that the IPCC accused developed (industrialized) nations of being the culprits in carbon emissions and ignore globalization. An increasing proportion of manufactured goods are made in developing nations rather than in developed nations. The investments made in developing nations are ignored. The Paris Convention, like its predecessors, fails to take this and many other factors into account.

The climate change scam, like any other scam, is entirely emotional. Climate change is real. Rather than focusing on how to best adapt to change, we are focused on controlling the change with no clear evidence that we can. We have allowed climate change activists to silence us and are now paying the price. It is politically incorrect to disagree with the IPCC/UNFCCC and those who do are set upon as environmental Luddites.

In the meantime, we continue to support a huge department within the UN and support a squadron of elitists who gather at world conferences every other year at great cost and leaving a huge carbon imprint. The UNFCCC is making a serious attempt to control world economies by controlling individuals living in developed nations. We are targets for the politics of envy.

John Feldsted
Political Consultant & Strategist
Winnipeg, Manitoba

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