Thursday 31 January 2019

Daily Digest January 30, 2019

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

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

Liberals refuse to reveal details of six-figure fundraiser for MP with millions in gambling debts

Conservatives, Liberals set new fundraising records ahead of election year
        Top military commander testifies he had just one quick call with Trudeau on Mark Norman case
Plan to buy more fighter jets puts Canada on hook for bigger share of F-35 costs
        Ford won�t commit to act on integrity commissioner recommendations on Taverner

Government rejects request to label Putin a war criminal
        Feds unveil plan to tackle fake news, interference in 2019 election
Canadian MPs condemn Netflix for using Lac-Megantic images in Bird Box
        For access to the Ford government, two names matter most
Canada�s in a corner over the Meng Wanzhou case, with no good options
        Strange case of the Liberal MP who said he was resigning but wouldn�t leave
Think cannabis is harmless? So did I. But I know better now
        Ford�s unpopular but he�d win big, again
Digital government doesn�t equal democratic government
        Jody Wilson-Raybould�s legacy lives on after Trudeau�s cabinet shuffle
Despondency in Davos

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Canada�s top soldier spoke with Trudeau after learning of Norman case � but no records exist - Amanda Connolly, Global News
        Hazel McCallion rejected $150K salary for consulting on housing, Doug Ford says - Robert Benzie & Rob Ferguson, Toronto Star
Trudeau�s foreign policy amateurism has come back to bite us - Lorne Gunter, Toronto Sun
        Canada bringing home some diplomats in Cuba after 14th case of mysterious illness - Kerri Breen, Global News
New Brunswick pulls out of hosting 2021 Francophonie Games - Kevin Bissett - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Quebec calls on federal government to loosen rules around temporary foreign workers - Daniel Leblanc, The Globe & Mail
Ottawa to announce countermeasures to election interference - Alex Boutilier, Toronto Star
        Claims of political meddling in ship deal �utterly false,� Brison tells court - Lee Berthiaume, The Canadian Press, CTV News
B.C.�s Horgan now faces the trouble he made for Alberta - Don Braid, Calgary Herald
        Ontario commits to keep full-day kindergarten in place for the next school year - Kristin Rushowy, Toronto Star
All new House of Commons, same pathetic spectacle - John Robson, National Post
        No reason to believe Canadian detained in Macau tied to China row, says Freeland - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
Quebec honours mosque shooting victims with memorial encouraging dialogue, acceptance - Caroline Plante - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Burst sprinkler pipe floods several levels of Parliament�s West Block - The Canadian Press, The Globe & Mail
Mexico, Iraq expected to fill Venezuelan oil gap ahead of Canada, analysts say- CTV News
        U.S. alleges Meng Wanzhou part of 10-year conspiracy by Huawei to skirt sanctions- Adrian Morrow & Robert Fife, The Globe & Mail
Bombardier resumes rail car deliveries to New York City after problems- The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        TD to focus on home-equity lines of credit in push for banking dominance- Doug Alexander - Bloomberg, Financial Post


La CAQ �labore son projet de loi sur la la�cit�
Elle laisse ses enfants seuls dans la voiture � -15�C
Des d�put�s caquistes refusent de se mouiller!
Un stationnement inond� en raison d'un bris
Une autre temp�te de neige dans l'Est-du-Qu�bec
Sept ans de prison ferme requis contre les deux policiers
Une nouveaut� � �La Voix 7�
Vincent Marissal mal � l�aise de restreindre l�acc�s � l�emploi
Sa voiture chute de neuf �tages et prend feu sous ses yeux
Incident impliquant le cort�ge pr�sidentiel am�ricain
Un village de p�che plus petit � Saint-Fulgence
Le Canada rapatrie la moiti� de son personnel
Charles-Alexis Desgagn�s, de �R�volution� au Cirque �loize
Jeux de La Francophonie: le Nouveau-Brunswick se d�siste

Il y a 2 heures

Succ�s et complicit�

Duos de choc au cin�ma qu�b�cois


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
McConnell to rebut Trump on Syria, Afghanistan drawdown - Jordain Carney, The Hill
        How President Trump Is Like A Terrible Poker Player - Nate Silver, Five Thirty Eight
�The contrast could not be more stark�: The message Democrats are sending by choosing Stacey Abrams to rebut Trump�s SOTU - Eugene Scott, Washington Post
        Harris Plants Her Flag On the Far Left - David Marcus, The Federalist
CNN No Longer Covering Mueller. They�re Working With Him - Tucker Carlson, Fox News
        Kamala Harris wants to end private health insurance, a new Democratic litmus test - Benjy Sarlin, NBC News
Bloomberg blasts �pie in the sky� Green New Deal, rips Warren wealth tax as Venezuelan - Allan Smith, NBC News
        Brexit: MPs reject move to delay departure date- BBC News
Netanyahu�s chief rival Benny Gantz launches election campaign- Oliver Holmes, The Guardian
        Sudan protests: Authorities order release of all detainees- BBC News

Venezuela prosecutor moves to place travel ban on Guaido- Al Jazeera
        North Korea �unlikely� to give up all nuclear weapons: US intel chief- AFP, The Times Of India
French conservatives tap Catholic hardliner to headline European elections bid- Romain Brunet, France 24

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

Canadians to get warning on foreign attempts to meddle in October vote
        UNHCR sees anti-migrant rhetoric rise despite arrivals decline
Palestinians, Europeans worried over Hebron monitoring
        Venezuela's Guaido envoy, US to discuss taking over government assets
Israel minister threatens to ban Amnesty over Airbnb policy
        Palestinian woman tries to stab Israeli guards, shot dead: officials
Rouhani: Iran facing toughest economic situation in 40 years
        How to eat sustainably to save the world
�IRA� claims responsibility for Londonderry car bomb
        May seeks Brexit deal changes but EU unwavering
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sign Of The Times <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<



"People from #USA, I ask for your support in order to reject the interference of Donald Trump's administration which intends to turn my Homeland into a "Vietnam war" in Latin America. Don't allow it!"
    The U.S could not bribe the Venezuelan courts, or influence the judiciary. They could not buy the election or successfully deploy their Soros and NED funded NGOs who operate deceitfully as pro-democracy and pro-public health agencies.
    As Maduro explains, also the U.S could not claim weapons of mass destruction Venezuela possesses only conventional arms. So now weve reached the end of the line, where the U.S can no longer hide behind either the veneer of national security nor of actual bought-and-paid for election outcomes. In the present stage, the U.S is left only with one thing  to simply declare another man as the recognized president of a separate, sovereign state.

    The Government of Canada supports the US in establishing the ability of an elected President to be removed)

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