Wednesday 6 February 2019

Daily Digest February 6, 2019.

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

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

Former Liberal cabinet minister Scott Brison stepping down as MP effective next week

NDP shifts position on �sensitive� Venezuela issue, despite differences inside party
        Top-secret committee to study foreign meddling, military use of Canadians� info
Ontario NDP�s improper redaction led Ford government to leaker: Sources
        Fake Story about Jagmeet Singh Pops up on Vancouver Courier Site, Others

NDP hits new polling low in Quebec with Outremont byelection test looming
        Liberal backbencher apologizes for not including women in notable calendar
Hundreds of ex-slaves in Libya coming to Canada, immigration minister says
        Why aren�t our federal politicians held to account for what they say in election ads?
Historica, Conservatives both come out okay in Heritage Minute dust-up
        Political advertising has changed, time for critics to catch up
Tories score with claims Trudeau intends to raise taxes, and attack on his �family fortune�
        First Nations water problems a crisis of Canada�s own making

Immigration Minister Hussen�s profile hijacked by refugee scam
        Hamilton and Oshawa ports could be merged under surprise federal proposal
NDP�s actual 19-year-old candidate doesn�t think his age is a laughing matter
        Duclos�s rise to Treasury Board vice-chair shows his �quiet competence�: observers
Ottawa �bending over backward� for foreign tech giants at the expense of homegrown stars, insiders say
        Chinese internet users jump on Justin Trudeau�s Lunar New Year message to chide Canadian PM over Huawei
Alberta�s anger is misdirected; no one out to sabotage the West
        Prime Minister Trudeau�s Town Hall Flashback
NDP asking for investigation into RCMP officer�s spying allegations
        Trudeau attacks Conservative plan to let Quebec collect federal income taxes in province

Government spent $12.7 million on car rentals, on top of $23 million in new cars for the G7 summit
        Air Force aiming to have armed drones in the air in next six years: commander
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE POLITICS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Trudeau under fire for saying low-income Canadians �don�t pay taxes� - Toronto Sun
        The NDP shouldn�t be mad at Mulcair. He�s just telling the truth - Kelly McParland, National Post
First Nations groups want fixes to draft child welfare law as Ottawa faces time crunch - Jorge Barrera, CBC News
        Ontario government overhauls autism program to attempt to eliminate wait list - Allison Jones - The Canadian Press, Global News
Quebec status of women minister calls Muslim head scarf symbol of oppression - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        Rx for Healthcare? Take a chill pill, Andrea - Editorial, Toronto Sun
Scheer thinks Trudeau is vulnerable on debt and taxes. Here�s why the opposition leader might be wrong - Kevin Carmichael, Calgary Herald
        On privatization and �two-tier� health care, NDP threatens Ontarians with the status quo - Chris Selley, National Post
�Landmark� and �colonial,� mixed reaction to Liberals� Indigenous languages law - The Canadian Press, Toronto Star
        UCP slams provincial budget consultations as �partisan campaigning� - Clare Clancy, Edmonton Sun

Blair grilled after backlog of asylum-seeker security screenings grows to 11,745 - The Canadian Press, CTV News
        Tories score with claims Trudeau intends to raise taxes, and attack on his �family fortune� - John Ivison, National Post
Transparency watchdogs call for B.C. legislature reform - Rob Shaw & Stephanie Ip, Vancouver Sun
        Goodale says he won�t put Canadians �at risk� to bring ISIS fighters home for trial - Peter Zimonjic, Vassy Kapelos, Brennan MacDonald, CBC News
Feds propose Sept. 30 for new �Truth and Reconciliation� statutory holiday - Rachel Aiello, CTV News
        Consumer spending on track for worst year in decade, says National Bank- Rajeshni Naidu-Ghelani, CBC News
WestJet results ahead of expectations, but turnaround still requires �heavy lifting�- Emily Jackson, Financial Post


Joshua Trump s'endort pendant le discours sur l'�tat de l'Union
        Le pont de l��le d�Orl�ans demeure �s�curitaire� malgr� ses 83 ans
Une adjointe du cabinet Legault nomm�e d�l�gu�e � New York
        Trois suppl�mentaires pour le trio Bri�re-Drainville-Gu�rin
Encore du verglas...
        Le site d�enfouissement de Bury va doubler de superficie
Le nouveau traversier Jos-Desch�nes II �prouve des probl�mes
        Trump qualifie l'enqu�te russe de �harc�lement�
Les parents optent pour une �cole priv�e pour les valeurs religieuses
        Les propos d�Isabelle Charest mal re�us � Ottawa

L'EI chass� � �100 %� des zones qu'il contr�lait la semaine prochaine


�Honte � Ga�tan Barrette d�avoir dit �a!�
Les religieuses �esclaves sexuelles�: coup dur pour l'�glise
        EN VID�O | Elle poursuit la ville apr�s une chute sur un trottoir
Des saucisses import�es contamin�es par la peste porcine


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>LOONIE WORLD<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Beto O�Rourke meets Oprah Winfrey � and teases a presidential campaign - Matt Viser, Washington Post
        SOTU: Trump Urges GOP and Dems to �Choose Greatness� - Melissa Quinn, Washington Examiner
Trump slams �ridiculous partisan investigations� in State of the Union address - Alex Seitz-Wald, NBC News
        Democratic Donor Who Pivoted to Trump Draws Scrutiny in Inaugural Inquiry - Kenneth P. Vogel and Maggie Haberman, New York Times
The Civil War in the Democratic Party Is Underway - David Freedlander, Politico
        President Trump�s Hollow Call For Unity - John Dickerson, The Atlantic
Ivory Coast ex-president Gbagbo released to Belgium- AFP, The Guardian
        Iran warns Israel of �firm� response to air raids in Syria- Al Jazeera
Pope Francis acknowledges priests, bishops sexually abused nuns- France 24
        Amnesty accuses UAE of diverting arms to �militias� in Yemen- Reuters, The Times Of India
Trump announces second North Korea summit- BBC News

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

Israel must 'move away' from Lebanon's Block 9: Berri
        Bet everything on electric: Inside VW's radical strategy shift
Israel dismisses settler demand for probe of ex-soldiers
        Netanyahu election rival moots West Bank settlement removals
Venezuela needs new election: Britain's Labour
        'Get out of Syria,' Iran tells US
US supports 'dictators, butchers and extremists' in Middle East: Iran
        India milks a profit in quest to bump camel numbers
A Green New Deal for Europe, an imperative move
        The Franco-German pact is not the problem

U.S. sends food, medical aid to Venezuela border
        May vows no return to hard Irish border, says govt committed to Good Friday deal
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(Hope you find this interesting)

For your information - what's coming
Subject: Elections Canada - Political Entities Service Centre (PESC)

Good afternoon,

Beginning February 6, 2019, Elections Canada will be piloting a new online service
platform for political entities entitled the Political Entities Service Centre (or PESC). This
secure online portal will offer an additional channel for political entities to access tools,
information and services from Elections Canada. The first users of the new service will be
confirmed candidates and official agents in ongoing by-elections.

During the pilot phase of PESC, Elections Canada will invite target users to set up their
account on the new system, so they may access available services, and provide feedback to
Elections Canada.

The following services will be offered to pilot users in the winter of 2019:

�         Secure access to the Political Entities Service Centre
�         Access to by-election electoral documents such as lists of electors, lists of polling
locations, electoral district maps
�         Maintenance of a contact profile with Elections Canada
�         Dedicated support information for political entities

An expanding service offering will begin later in 2019, at which time the PESC will serve as
a one-stop shop for information and services for political entities. Users will be able to
submit forms and documents (including candidate nominations and financial returns), access
timely advice and information, as well as have access to an expanded documents library.

Following this letter, you will receive an email invitation from Elections Canada with
instructions on how to create your account. Should you require further information or
support, we encourage you to contact the Political Entities Support Network by telephone at
1-800-486-6563 or by email at

We look forward to your participation and feedback as we launch this exciting new service,
and we hope that it will streamline your efforts during electoral processes.


Elections Canada



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