Monday 2 October 2017


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

3 Canadians dead, 4 injured in Las Vegas shooting

Tories take aim at Trudeau in taxes attack ad
        Man charged with five counts of attempted murder for Edmonton attacks
Feds receive more warnings over tax proposals as public consultation closes
        Jagmeet Singh: Justin Trudeau�s Phone Call After NDP Leadership Win Was �Pretty Cool�

Elizabeth May Tells Jagmeet Singh That Prime Ministers In Canada Aren�t Elected
        Finance Minister Bill Morneau to talk tax reforms at first ministers� meeting
As Quebec separatists watch, Canada shies from criticizing Spain over police violence at Catalan referendum
        Obama, Clinton and the war for reality
Jagmeet Singh�s victory ushers in new (and youthful) era in federal politics
        Jagmeet Singh�s NDP win turns the tide in more ways than one
Jagmeet Singh and the newest new NDP
        What Jagmeet Singh�s historic NDP leadership win means for Canada
It�ll be Justin versus Jagmeet in the GQ election of 2019
        Justin Trudeau has met his match in Jagmeet Singh

Unfinished business for Canadian journalism
        Handling the public policy hot potatoes

Strength of teamwork, power of dreams: Gov. Gen. Julie Payette urges fight for common good
        Singh meets MPs in Ottawa as he looks to name leader in the Commons
Can the NDP�s �cool� new leader Jagmeet Singh resonate with millennials like Trudeau did � and become our next PM?
        Controversial U.S. education secretary to visit Ontario on public education trip
�We�re done being pandered to�: Brampton celebrates Jagmeet Singh NDP leadership win
        First Nations begin court challenge against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
Where Canada should its aim international efforts
        Trudeau Liberals set their advertising sights abroad
It�s Jagmeet versus Justin, in a dream match for lefties
        M�lanie Joly�s Netflix deal fails to address the real issues for Canadian content creators

Heritage Minister Joly says Netflix money is new, for full Canadian productions
        Voters head to polls in Quebec City-area provincial byelection
Edmonton terror attacks: Police discourage backlash against Muslims
        �Was he under surveillance?�: Questions surround Edmonton �acts of terrorism,� security expert says
Key challenges ahead for Jagmeet Singh, federal New Democratic Party leader
        Embattled NDP taps Jagmeet Singh to succeed Tom Mulcair, lead federal party
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Poll shows Canadians divided over Liberals� small-business tax plan - Bill Curry, The Globe and Mail
        Jagmeet Singh�s NDP win turns the tide in more ways than one - Chantal H�bert, Toronto Star
Former astronaut sworn in as Canada�s 29th Governor General - The Canadian Press, CTV News
        How Jagmeet Singh won the NDP leadership - �ric Grenier, CBC News
5 key challenges for Jagmeet Singh - Kristy Kirkup - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Five key takeaways from Jagmeet Singh�s NDP leadership speech - John Geddes, Macleans
Trudeau calls cop stabbing and van hitting pedestrians in Edmonton a �terrorist attack� - Rob Drinkwater & Chris Purdy -
        Highway of Tears needs better public transit, community members say - Laura Kane - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
A �game-changer�: Jagmeet Singh �kicks the door open� and wins NDP leadership - Maura Forrest, National Post
        Ontario considers ban on sending organic waste to landfills - Allison Jones - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star

Pomp, ceremony, scrutiny: What Julie Payette should expect as Canada�s next GG - Kathleen Harris, CBC News
        As �mother of all bidding wars� ramps up for Amazon HQ2, Canadian cities draft battle plans- The Globe and Mail
Travel industry sticking with trips to Cuba from U.S.- CTV News
        A crisis coming to a head this weekend is a bigger threat to the eurozone than Brexit- Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Financial Post
�Progress remains disappointing�: Cami union on talks with GM- CBC News
        What if no one wants to buy Sears Canada?- Francine Kopun, Toronto Star


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        France: enqu�te antiterroriste apr�s la d�couverte samedi d'une bombe artisanale � ParisPlus
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        Des m�t�orites dans des mares chaudes � l'origine de la vie sur TerrePlus
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Berlin: 10 000 personnes � �vacuer pour d�samorcer une bombe de la 2e GuerrePlus
        France: le tueur au couteau de Marseille avait �t� arr�t� deux jours auparavantPlus
Japon: un sanglier s�me la panique et blesse trois personnesPlus
        Fusillade de Las Vegas: �le mal absolu� selon Donald TrumpPlus

Pornographie sur internet : des experts planchent sur la protection des enfantsPlus
        Contrebande de tabac: deux Qu�b�cois arr�t�s en OntarioPlus
D�ploiement policier dans une �cole de Mont�r�giePlus
        �On a vraiment paniqu�, raconte une Qu�b�coise � Las VegasPlus
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        Les fusillades les plus meurtri�res aux �tats-Unis depuis 25 ansPlus
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
No, Trump Didn�t Botch the Puerto Rico Crisis - Tobin Harshaw, Bloomberg
        In Firing Price, Trump Just Did What Obama Never Could - Philip Wegmann, Washington Examiner
Back at Full Strength, Supreme Court Faces a Momentous Term - Adam Liptak, New York Times
        Democrats, Please Get Ready to Lose - Frank Bruni, New York Times
Pelosi: �We didn�t win the elections, but we�ve won every fight� - Rebecca Savransky, The Hill
        Oprah Is Democrats� Best Hope for 2020 - John Podhoretz, New York Post
Colombia and last rebel group begin truce- France 24
        Dozens injured as riot police storm Catalan referendum polling stations- Sam Jones, The Guardian
Civilians armed to protect mosques during Ashoura- Al Jazeera
        Marseille: Fatal knife attack at train station- BBC News
3,000 killed in Syria in deadliest month of 2017: monitor- AFP, The Times Of India

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

EU parliament calls special Catalonia crisis debate
        Syrian girl, who tweeted from Aleppo, documents horrors in new memoir
Turkish military officer seeks asylum in Cyprus
        Macron backs Spanish unity in call with Rajoy
Libyan rivals aim for new power-sharing deal
        Catalan commission to investigate claims of abuse during banned referendum
Catalan leader calls for 'international' mediation in crisis with Madrid
        UN rights boss seeks probe into Catalonia violence, political talks
More than two million new refugees this year: UN
        US biology trio wins Nobel Medicine Prize

Myanmar 'makes proposal' to take back Rohingya refugees
        Somali refugee faces terror charges in Canada stabbing, car attacks
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From: "John Feldsted" <>
Subject: Dirty little secrets

Many Canadians are still angry with Trudeau over the $10.5 million Khadr settlement - but there appears to be much more. This story, in the Toronto Star, came out last February:

Then in March, the CBC broke the story that an apology had been made along with a settlement for an undisclosed amount:

Almalki was arrested at the Damascus airport in May 2002.  El Maati was arrested at the Damascus airport in November 2001. Nureddin was stopped by Syrian officials as he crossed into Syria from visiting family in northern Iraq in December 2003. These arrests were during Liberal rule (Jean Chretien was Prime Minister).

Why are taxpayers, who must foot the bill, not informed of the settlement amount. The three had asked for $100 million in compensation or nearly 10 times the Khadr settlement.

Our MPs need to be asking some pointed questions


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