Thursday 30 November 2017

CANADIAN Daily Digest November 24, 2017.

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

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

MPs to demand government put interests of citizens 1st after auditor�s report

Federal deficit at $5.9-billion for first half of fiscal year
        Tearful Justin Trudeau apologizes to N.L. residential school survivors
What�s the latest on delivery of new navy ships? That�s hush hush, federal government says
        More women on UN operations will curb sexual abuse, foreign minister says

Forces have kicked out 29 service members this year for sex misconduct
        Tory MP Tom Kmiec coins riddle about Morneau�s private holdings
Former Liberal senator battling CRA over $350K tax bill
        Is CETA Canada�s Last Hope if NAFTA fails? Not so fast says Don Newman
Trudeau is more Harper than Harper on message control
        Black Friday and bleak Sundays for the unlucky workers
Comparing marijuana to fentanyl is social conservatism without a clue: Robyn Urback
        Parliament Hill skating rink a teeth-grinding waste of tax dollars
Singh�s primary political problem isn�t Trudeau. It�s premiers.
        NDP hopes tide is turning as Notley gets cheers in Calgary
Missing and murdered Indigenous women inquiry: We must listen and act

Gaps grow in background checks for Parliament Hill security staff
        Manitoba Judge Vic Toews drops court challenge of ethics commissioner ruling
Ottawa turns to U.S. tech giants too often: internal memo
        Cellphone companies may need to step up privacy protections, minister says
Federal housing plan sparks fresh calls for Liberals to help homeless vets
        Refugee system isn�t for those seeking better economic life: Trudeau
Quebec without equalization?

�Patently false�: Alberta minister slams opposition claims on carbon tax hike
Alberta preparing for �very possible reality� of NAFTA collapse: Bilous
        Notley sounds cautious note about backing a potential Calgary Olympic bid

Sobeys to cut 800 office jobs as part of reorganization of business: reports
        Julie Payette doubles down on anti-science mythbusting
Liberals to nominate Universite de Moncton rector as languages commissioner
        Nova Scotia�s premier tells auditor general to run for office if he wants to comment on policy
B.C. New Democrats invite public electoral reform vote; Liberals cry foul
        Trudeau targets income inequality, tax evasion in Canadian Confederation speech
Federal government not tracking interventions with returning ISIS fighters
        Ontario muzzles taxpayer watchdog in election spending clampdown
After �sabotage,� big demands and flirting with China, how is trade under Trudeau shaping up?
        Federal government looks to provinces for billions to support housing plan
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Federal housing plan too vague on help for homeless veterans, say critics - Lee Berthiaume, The Canadian Press, Macleans
        Federal deficit at $5.9-billion for first half of fiscal year - Bill Curry, The Globe and Mail
College students missing crucial entrance exams, apprenticeships dates because of strike, critics say - Kristin Rushowy, Toronto Star
        Diplomatic solution to North Korean crisis could come through Cuba: Trudeau - The Canadian Press, The Globe and Mail
Why PM Trudeau finds it hard to just �be chill� - Rachel Aiello, CTV News
        Hydro One�s prepaid meter proposal sparks criticism - Kristin Rushowy, Toronto Star
Ontario moves to allow Indigenous post-secondary institutes to independently grant degrees - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Canada�s anti-money laundering agency crunches data in fight against fentanyl- Jim Bronskill - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
Sears Canada under investigation for alleged inflation of prices before liquidation sales- The Canadian Press, Financial Post
        Canadian house prices 50% overvalued compared to rents: OECD- Pete Evans, CBC News

Newfoundland and Labrador announces weed will be sold through private stores- CTV News
        Internet activist says Canada should enshrine net neutrality in law- David Paddon, The Globe & Mail


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        La guerre en Syrie a fait plus de 340 000 morts depuis 2011Plus
Conduite avec les capacit�s affaiblies: un policier de Gatineau plaide coupablePlus
        Russie : des scientifiques vont enqu�ter sur la pollution au ruth�nium-106Plus
Prison � perp�tuit� pour une adolescente qui avait tu� une fillettePlus
        Nouvelles recherches de la SQPlus
Bienvenue en Rhod�sie, M. M�lenchon!Plus
        La recherche du sous-marin argentin continue, plus d'espoir de survivantsPlus
Une premi�re pr�sidente du conseil � Montr�alPlus
        Harc�lement sexuel, discrimination ou intimidation: plus de 350 plaintes de harc�lement contre la GRCPlus
La condamnation de Pistorius major�e � 13 ansPlus
        Accus� de pousser Pyongyang � �une catastrophe�Plus
Le premier pain aux insectes commercialis� en FinlandePlus


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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Dems Face Important Test in Franken. They�ve Failed It Before - Anna North, Vox
        Franken pledges to regain trust in Thanksgiving apology - Brandon Conradis, The Hill
Fusion GPS Paid Journalists, Court Papers Confirm - Todd Shepherd, Washington Examiner
        How the Kremlin Directed Trump-Clinton News Coverage - Ryan Lizza, The New Yorker
Flynn�s lawyer shuts down communications with Trump�s team, a sign he may be cooperating with Mueller probe - Carol D. Leonnig, Washington Post
        What It�s Like to Be the Only Trump Fan at Thanksgiving - Mark Bauerlein, Politico
Will a Corporate Tax Cut Lift Worker Pay? A Union Wants It in Writing. - Jim Tankersley, New York Times
        Zimbabwe: Emmerson Mnangagwa to succeed Mugabe as president- BBC News
Low turnout expected as Algerians head to the polls- France 24

Manus Island police use long metal poles to beat refugees and asylum seekers- Ben Doherty, The Guardian
        �Blast� heard hours after Argentinian sub went missing- Al Jazeera
Ousted Catalan leader�s party shelves �unilateral� independence push- AFP, The Times Of India

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

Ireland set for December election if crisis not averted by Tuesday: PM
        Russia opens commission into 'nuclear incident' report
Britain has 10 days to deliver on all key Brexit issues: Tusk
        US backs 'first step' in addressing Yemen crisis, urges political talks: Statement
China launches national kindergarten probe after 'needle marks' on toddlers
        Russia working with Saudi Arabia to unify Syrian opposition: Lavrov
EU pushes reforms as Ukraine seeks membership promise
        British chiefs launch inquiry after child sex abuse case
Russia takes Tokyo to task over defense alliance with Washington
        German SPD considers propping up Merkel, but only if members agree

Syrian opposition agrees to send united delegation to Geneva talks
        EU mulls including Turkey on blacklist of tax havens
Considering the danger of a post-German Europe
        A silver lining for a hard Brexit
Proposed �child marriage� bill sparks outrage in Iraq
        Myanmar, Bangladesh sign Rohingya deal
Sexual harassment at work: Where do you draw the line?
        Three coffees a day linked more to health than harm
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From: Robert Ede
Subject: The 2016-17 Public Accounts are out - did you hear it on CBC? PLUS Monthly Fiscal Monitor too

Public Accounts home page

Section� 6�Interest-bearing debt

Public Sector Pensions etc

Table 6
� Total Interest Bearing Debt = $980.073 Billion
The Fiscal Monitor - September 2017
La revue financière - septembre 2017


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