Friday 19 October 2018

Daily Digest October 18, 2018.

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NATIONAL NEWSWATCH<<<<<<<<
Scheer won�t commit to keeping cannabis legal if Tories form government

Doug Ford Should Focus On His Job, Not His National Ambitions: Dominic LeBlanc

        Father of �Jihadi Jack� accuses Andrew Scheer of lying about his son
Patrick Brown defends spending while he sat as independent legislator
        Will the Liberals try and beat NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh in B.C. byelection?

The pressure is on for Senate to pass a massive Asia-Pacific trade deal quickly
        �(It�s) the way to go�: Brian Mulroney explains his about-face on cannabis
Trust me, there�s no pardon on pot in American eyes
        International unions do delicate dance in age of Trump
Nobody said democracy was easy

Pot legalization a �major social advance� since same-sex marriage acceptance: Mulroney

        Brian Francis helped pick senator before he became one � but says he was cleared of conflict
More irregular border-crossers arrived this year than by same time last year
        �He told me to sit on his lap�: 2nd woman comes forward with accusation against Manitoba MLA Cliff Graydon
Patrick Brown spent nearly $300K on his MPP office in 2 months, documents reveal
        Carr, Morneau off to China next month to deepen commerce, but no free trade yet
It is time to polish our humanitarian brand in Canada
        Time may be running out for Brian Gallant�s Liberal government in New Brunswick
Speaker clears Andrea Horwath in encounter with Tory MPP
        Doug Ford campaign adviser appointed to Washington trade post

Quebec shipyard not happy with �Ships Stay Here� campaign
        Canadians strongly opposed to lobbyists� attendance at exclusive party fundraisers, Nanos poll finds
Trudeau changes tune on Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, refuses to comment on documents
        Justice minister tables new bill to amend Criminal Code to ban all forms of bestiality
Military to overhaul morale-boosting trips after review finds serious problems
        Trudeau government adopts new rules to ban asbestos
Ford government disbands Liberals� expert panel to end violence against women
        There are many questions about the Mark Norman affair, the Tories keep asking the same one
Gov. Gen. Julie Payette set for first official visit to Saskatchewan
        Day 1 blooper: Ontario Cannabis Store mislabels genital spray as oral product
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Liberal cabinet was warned hydro plan unfair, newly released docs show - Antonella Artuso, Toronto Sun
        NDP calls on Liberals to further reduce credit card fees paid by small business - The Canadian Press, CTV News
Justin Trudeau is Canada�s new pot dealer - Macleans
        Crew told not to rein in drunk, abusive VIP guests on Canadian military �party flight,� probe finds - David Pugliese - Ottawa Citizen, National Post
100 Canadian CEOs urge Doug Ford to rescue Ontario�s basic income project - Laurie Monsebraaten, Toronto Star
        There are many questions about the Mark Norman affair, the Tories keep asking the same one - Murray Brewster, CBC News
Despite smooth first day of legalization, high demand could delay deliveries in Ontario, government says - Joseph Hall, Toronto Star
        Day 1 of legal cannabis features festivities � and some concerns � across Canada - Les Perreaux, The Globe & Mail
A few hours in and Canada has officially gone to pot - Mark Bonokoski, Edmonton Sun
        Test case challenges a politician�s right to block people from Twitter account - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star

McKenna misleading Canadians on carbon pricing - Lorrie Goldstein, Toronto Sun
        Cannabis is not a traditional medicine like tobacco, says Mohawk Nation - Jessica Deer, CBC News
Manitoba NDP calls for inquest into Indigenous man�s death on a bus - Kelly Geraldine Malone - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Here are the MPs who said they�d use cannabis now that it�s legal � and the ones who won�t - Nick Faris, National Post
Netflix shares jump 6 per cent on strong subscriber growth- CTV News
        �Dream scenario�: Two more Canadian LNG projects inching towards construction- Geoffrey Morgan, Financial Post
New Alberta rules mandate that renewable energy operators must clean up sites when projects end- Tony Seskus, CBC News

Disparition du MH370: un d�placement des enqu�teurs fran�ais aux �tats-Unis au coeur des espoirsPlus

        Cabinet Legault: Simon Jolin-Barrette responsable de l'Immigration et de la la�cit�Plus
Violence � l'�cole: une �ducatrice forc�e de se taire brise le silencePlus
        Trump estime que Khashoggi est mort, menace de � graves � cons�quencesPlus
Cabinet Legault: Simon Jolin-Barrette responsable de l'Immigration et de la la�cit�Plus
        Jamal Khashoggi �semble bien� �tre mort, affirme TrumpPlus
Montr�al: un homme de 78 ans port� disparu apr�s avoir quitt� un restaurantPlus
        Transport: Val�rie Plante pr�occup�e par la congestionPlus
Espace Th�sez-Vous : rompre avec la procrastinationPlus
        Afghanistan: l'homme fort antitalibans succombe � une �ni�me attaquePlus

Les migrants honduriens s'en remettent � Dieu contre Trump pour entrer aux �tats-UnisPlus
        Attaque au camion-b�lier: simulation d'urgence � Montr�alPlus
Les Russes �iront au Paradis� en cas de guerre nucl�aire, assure PoutinePlus
        Un cas de vache folle d�tect� dans une ferme �cossaisePlus
Facebook pense que le piratage massif a �t� men� par des �spammers�


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Did Elizabeth Warren Just Lose 2020? - Joseph Curl, Washington Times
        McGahn, a Soldier for Trump and a Witness Against Him, Departs White House - Michael S. Schmidt, New York Times
Republicans Are Running on Bigotry, Not the Economy - Jamelle Bouie, Slate
        Ex-Republican lawmaker: I left GOP over Trump �flirtations with misogyny� and �race-baiting� - Justin Wise, The Hill
Will Blue Wave Collapse Before It Reaches Shore? - Megan McArdle, Washington Post
        Treasury official charged with leaking info on ex-Trump advisers - Morgan Chalfant and Sylvan Lane, The Hill
White nationalist leader wants to �take over the GOP� - Anna Schecter and Peter Alexander, NBC News
        Israeli jets pound Gaza after rocket hits home- Al Jazeera
Pompeo meets Erdogan after talks with Saudis on missing journalist- Reuters, The Times Of India
        Crimea college hit by deadly bomb blast in terror attack- Andrew Roth, The Guardian

Head of anti-homophobia group assaulted in Paris- BBC News
        Irish border remains stumbling block in Brexit talks- Herv� Amoric, France 24

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>THE LEBANON DAILY STAR<<<<<<<<
Trump says too early to assign blame in Khashoggi's apparent killing: New York Times
        Trump expressed confidence in intelligence reports that suggest high-level Saudi role in Khashoggi assassination: NYT
Trump says it 'certainly looks' like Khashoggi is dead, pledges 'severe' consequences if Saudi royals are responsible
        Russia 'ahead of competition' with latest weapons: Putin
Planned EU mechanism to enable Iran trade may have wider use: France
        Lawyers of US student in Israeli boycott case claim 'victory'
Israel steps up armored deployment on Gaza border
        Crimean school shooting result of 'globalization': Putin
EU moves closer to overcoming migration feud
        Russia and Turkey give more time for Idlib deal in Syria: UN

Massive tax scam cost Europe $63B: report
        Pound recovers after PM says open to longer Brexit transition
Asia stocks falter as China knocked by renewed trade war fears
        Building the love of opera in toddlers, one hop at a time
Computer scientists form new syndicate
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