Monday 4 December 2017


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

Is Canada getting set to launch formal trade talks with China? �That�s the objective,� says Bains

Trudeau, Xi face off on future of trade as PM China trip begins in earnest
        Kenney mirroring Trump in rhetoric on pipelines: Notley
Poll suggests majority of Canadians backs outright ban on guns in urban areas
        Quebec premier joins protest in support of Davie shipyard workers

Feds fear expanding Home Buyers� Plan would fuel hot housing market: document
        Trade, not human rights, is top of mind as Trudeau visits China
Ottawa pressed on new registry to flush out mystery corporations
        Do we appreciate our Supreme Court justices enough?
Saudis break 70 years of solidarity
        Gig Economy Demands Social Policy Re-think
The Tories show they can act more unethically than Bill Morneau

On Trudeau�s 2nd trip to China, time may be ripe to advance free trade
        Feds to spend millions to reverse low take up rates for low-income benefits
Air Canada�s �ancillary� fees for customers add up to big bucks
        Rats sniffing out landmines speed up process of a mine-free world
Canada�s canola industry betting on big things from Justin Trudeau�s China trip
        Somebody please explain why Ottawa is taxing medical cannabis
Why Canada must pursue a trade relationship with China
        Trudeau campaigning for Surrey, B.C., Liberal candidate ahead of byelection
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Trudeau arrives in China for trade talks with Xi - Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press, CTV News
        Quebec gun lobby holds rally initially planned for Ecole polytechnique memorial outside Quebec City - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
The Christmas crunch hits the Senate - Dale Smith, Loonie Politics
        Wynne�s worried about Brown�s People�s Guarantee - John Snobelen, Toronto Sun
The Liberals are dangerously wrong on China. They always have been - Terry Glavin, National Post
        Class action lawsuit against PayPal alleges hidden currency conversion fees- CTV News
Is Dollarama about to meet its match? Miniso, Japan�s $2.99-store, plans to open 500 shops- Hollie Shaw, Financial Post
        Ontario small-business owners raising prices to cover minimum wage hikes- Brenda Bouw, The Globe and Mail
YouTube rival YouNow hopes digital currency will propel it to the top- Joshua Brustein - Bloomberg, Toronto Star
        �Displace Saudi barrels�: a Trump-like cry heard in Canada- Paul Haavardsrud, CBC News


Leucan f�te No�l en famillePlus
        Philippe Couillard solidaire avec les travailleurs du Chantier DaviePlus
Qu�bec solidaire s'en prend � la CAQPlus
        Cor�e du Nord: le spectre d'une guerre s'approchePlus
D�couverte de 27 statues d'une d�esse �gyptiennePlus
        L'�quateur secou� par un s�isme de magnitude 6Plus
Une r�fugi�e syrienne de neuf ans p�rit happ�e par un autobusPlus
        Des dizaines de milliers de personnes � un concert pour les �prisonniers politiques�Plus
Enqu�te russe: �aucune collusion�, dit Trump apr�s l'inculpation d'un ex-conseillerPlus


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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
In apparent shift, Trump tweets he fired Flynn for lying to FBI - Jordan Fabian and Julia Manchester, The Hill
        Flynn�s Guilty Plea Sends Trump�s Lawyers Scrambling - Jeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker
After Flynn, Are Kushner and Trump Jr. Next? - Painter & Eisen, New York Times
        Trump: Democrats will lose seats for voting against the Senate tax bill - John Wagner, Washington Post
If You�re Hoping for Impeachment, Prepare for Heartbreak - John Podhoretz, New York Post
        Trump Has Democrats Running in Circles - Brandon Weichert, American Greatness
SCOTUS considers religious objections to serving gay customers - Pete Williams, NBC News
        UK warns government agencies not to use Kaspersky software- The Associated Press, The Times Of India
UAE �deporting� Egypt presidential candidate Shafiq to Cairo- France 24
        Israel targets Syrian military base � Syrian state TV- BBC News

Yemen�s rebel alliance disintegrates as rivals fight for control of Sana�a- The Associated Press, The Guardian
        Thousands rally in Hanover against anti-Islam AfD party- Al Jazeera

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

US Secretary of Defense Mattis arrives in Cairo
        Lebanon will not stay silent if Israel violates agreement
Ex-CIA analyst rejects Turkish claims of involvement in coup
        Venezuela to launch cryptocurrency to fight 'blockade'
After protest, Netanyahu seeks change to bill altering police powers
        Kushner sets stage for Trump's Jerusalem decision
Half of Britons support a second vote on Brexit, poll finds
        Iraqi Shiites slam calls to disband militia group after Daesh fight
Palestinians seek to rally leaders against Trump Jerusalem move
        Ireland says unclear if EU, UK can agree wording on border issue by Monday

Iran's Rouhani calls for Middle East 'dialogue'
        As Brexit deal takes shape, Juncker to meet MEPs
Israel drops depth charge in Lebanese waters: Army
        US pulls out of UN's Global Compact on Migration
N.Korea blasts 'dangerous' US-South joint military drill
        Tens of thousands of Israelis protest against Netanyahu, corruption
Honduran army enforces curfew after vote count stalls
        Hamas threatens 'intifada' over US moves on Jerusalem
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TF Thomas

Subject: Does Quebec's Bill 62 perhaps contain a wise principle?

I agree with Zeb Landon on the wearing of niqabs and burkas in public [what women wear in private is their own business]. If I have been instructed correctly the wearing of these two articles of clothing are not required by their religion and are worn for personal reasons and are accepted in public as customs in certain areas of the Middle East. Canadians tend to view both as unnatural to our traditional open friendliness and respect. I think Canadians have done very well in accepting a multitude of religions and will continue to do so in future.


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