The DAILY DIGEST: INFORMATION and OPINION from ST. JOHN'S to VICTORIA.
AMHERST DAILY NEWS -
Policy's main intent is crucial
MONTREAL GAZETTE -
Khadr deserves Canada's help
Stop battering anglo education
OTTAWA CITIZEN -
A test case for a free society
BELLEVILLE INTELLIGENCER -
The tobacco Taliban have decreed that
Death of the 'power walls' may mean demise of variety stores
TORONTO STAR -
Tory turns to the right
NATIONAL POST -
Ottawa's invisible opposition
TORONTO SUN -
Going through red to get green
NIAGARA FALLS REVIEW -
Not taking Flaherty's war of words seriously
PETERBOROUGH EXAMINER -
Toronto rail link derailed?; Commuter train plan on back burner as province expands GO Transit buses to Peterborough
WINDSOR STAR -
Jobs for today and tomorrow
SUDBURY STAR -
Reasons to sign your organ-donor card
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS -
SASKATOON STARPHOENIX -
Games boycott won't promote desired reform
CALGARY HERALD -
Victims of utter dysfunction
EDMONTON JOURNAL -
Oilsands status quo won't do
Keep pressure on China
LETHBRIDGE HERALD -
Saturday's hour-long commercial
VANCOUVER SUN -
RCMP takes another hit to its reputation
VANCOUVER PROVINCE -
Vile robber deserves no sympathy over his drug addiction
VICTORIA TIMES-COLONIST -
Turn out the lights tomorrow
Tories hit mark on land claims
Fifty-four settlements resolved after public servants given target last year
Clinton ready to walk away from NAFTA, adviser warns
Tough talk on trade comes as Democrats turn their focus to Pennsylvania primary
Bleating and rhetoric engulf space sale
Opposition is based on ignorance, irrational hatred for the U.S., a warped form of nationalism and anti-business sentiment
Clinton ready to walk away from NAFTA, adviser warns
Canada helps resolve fib that could have thwarted cattle shipments to Mexico
Organic farmers not meeting demand, study finds
Taliban announces new offensive
MacKay wants German troops in combat role
Tells magazine that `Germany capable of more' in fulfilling NATO role in Afghanistan
U.S. aid -- and negotiations -- part of fight against Taliban
Right thinking must lead to action on Burma
Ottawa decries 'crackdown' in Tibet by China's military
Canada blasts France over missile tests
Seven days not in Tibet
Monk protest disrupts media visit
SCC ruling could impact future environmental suits
POLITICS IN THE PROVINCES
Anger mounts over French immersion cuts
Carbon tax riles northern B.C.Comment2
Wall fairest premier of all for PM
Howling from sidelines won't help Tory
Opposition angry at losing NATO invitation
Tories `clarify' story on summit
Ottawa, Ontario find 'common ground,' cool war of words
As Emerson weighs options, Tories contemplate hefty loss
Dion calls on Quebec Liberals to show 'steely discipline'
No mutiny against Dion yet
Flaherty playing dangerous game
Dion a dead man walking in Quebec?
Calling for discipline from your troops is not enough
Minority government not going anywhere
Liberals urge broad scope for Mulroney inquiry
Too many unanswered questions, MP says
Today marks the fifth anniversary of Harper's "let's invade Iraq" call to arms
Businesses applaud proposed immigration law
A disaster for Canada's Human Rights Commission
Transparency troubles for Tories
Tories seem uninterested in useful child safety report
Climate changing faster than predicted?
Earth Hour? It's a cinch for Desis
Carbon tariffs could cause inflation, help manufacturing
Carbon tax flim-flam
Tire fee to fund recycling
Climate change debate distorting the economics of power generation
We're going to be paying a lot to reduce our dependence on coal
OPINION AND INFORMATION
Industry v. birds: a battle hatches
Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe: tyrant to many, hero to some
Which view of president as a freedom fighter or repressive autocrat will win out at polls?
If only they had spent what they said they would
Awaiting the inevitable
The numbers game
Don't throw stones at Mexico
It's still unclear whether Brenda Martin is guilty or innocent, but Canadian breast-beating about Mexican justice won't help matters
Jailhouse cries tiring
Banging my head on the homeless wall
Dion se lève, Ignatieff se range
Dion rappelle ses troupes à l'ordre
L'immersion précoce en français ne reviendra pas, assure le ministre
Sommet de l'OTAN: le gouvernement n'invite pas des députés
Dion appelle ses troupes à la discipline
Sommet de l'OTAN
Camouflet pour l'opposition
Parti libéral du Canada
Stéphane Dion hausse le ton
Affaire Brenda Martin
Le ministère se dit en contact régulier
Gestion des déchets
Le compostage gagne en popularité
Tintamarre à Fredericton
Coup de pouce du fédéral
Le commissaire Elliott réagit
Un Canadien va défendre la chasse au phoque chez les Européens
Les chars de l'armée canadienne seront livrés seulement en 2011
Des millions de personnes dans le monde éteindront leurs lumières samedi
L'imposition d'une taxe sur le carbone aiderait le secteur manufacturier
BELOW(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)30)30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)(30)PRIME MINISTER STEPHEN HARPER TO PARTICIPATE IN NATO SUMMIT AND VISIT POLAND
March 28, 2008
Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced today that he will participate in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Summit in Bucharest, Romania, from April 2 to 4, 2008.
Foreign Affairs Minister Maxime Bernier, Defence Minister Peter MacKay and Chief of Defence Staff General Rick Hillier will also participate in the NATO Summit.
The North Atlantic Treaty was signed in Washington on April 4, 1949. It was designed to promote the stability of the North Atlantic area and to safeguard the freedom of its people, based on the principles of democracy, individual liberty and international law.
Following the Summit, Prime Minister Harper will travel to Poland, from April 4 to 5, for a working visit.
Now we know!
There's going to be a full court press in Bucharest and if you're not on the team you're not wanted.
Someone should'a thought'a that before outsiders were invited!
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Subject: Re: Daily Digest March 26, 2008
j, andy is in for a very rough, very long time because he clearly
feels that foreign influence weakens canada where as i think it
his view has been propounded by the lefties for many moons, but has
one major difficulty: those pesky furriners are so good at so many
things we have come to rely on them, and it does not look likely to
end soon. there used to be a party of sorts for andy's view but there
are too few about to make a serious case! cz
On 2008 Mar27, at 2:45, Joe Hueglin wrote:
Current political leaders know that to abandon the protection of our
east west trade flow means the end of Canada. That is their goal.
From: "Rene Moreau"
To: "Letters to the editor" <email@example.com>,
Cc: "Air Farce" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Emailing: thepensionplangame
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 00:01:50 -0400
From Rene Moreau (416-489-8347)
re; Belief in BCE buyout wobbles amid debt crisis. By Chris Sorensen, Thursday, page B1.
We have these days a situation that really needs watching. The item has been on the news but much of the problem is not being discussed, media-wise, at least.
In addition to the $52 billion price tag, which the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan cannot, apparently, afford, and are hoping to interest others banks and investment places, at a time when no one wants to go out on a limb with the American mortgage disaster, which has infected the world's economy, there is cause to be concerned. Who would consider spending money they don't have at a time of impending recession or even depression, besides a mole or plant from competing interests? The ploy is called 5th column, a military term, used by American corporate, to undermine their opposition, and called ASTUTE BUSINESS PRACTICE. (by them)
BCE, or Bell Canada, is not what it used to be. Much of what it used to do is now out-sourced, the service level is less , as is the stock price and pay phones are getting as scarce as hen's teeth, to name just a few problems .
With the O.T.P.P. acting as the main buyer, two American financial companies, Madison Dearborn Partners LLC and Providence Equity Partners Inc., are tagging along as part of the deal, since foreign, American corporations, if they want to get involved, in our communications business, must have a Canadian sponsor to get around the 25% ownership limit imposed on foreign, American investors. This same ploy of tagging along with a Canadian sponsor seems to be repeating itself since the Canada Pension Plan was used as the 'Canadian' , as was Manitoba Telecom Systems, since MTS now 'owns' A. T. and T, from the States , which is now shrouded in 'Canadian' clothing for a share of the communication business.
OTPP was once led by Claude Lamoureux, and those were good years for the pension plan. Now he has been replaced by one Jim Leech and one worries!
When one considers the book by Naomi Klein, 'Shock Doctrine, or Disaster Capitalism' and it's mention of how the corporate world stands to gain much in power and influence if the infrastructure collapses, would it not be wise for most of us to be very, very, watchful? Like, for instance, finding out who the officials representing the BCE buyout consortium are? Considering how Citigroup, Deutsche bank and Royal Bank of Scotland are now backing the bid, under cover of the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan's name.
Next, we can probably expect our governments to remove the 25% limit on foreign American investment in Canadian communications due to pressure from the business lobby infiltrators.
I don't remember most of the history lessons in school being any more interesting than our current history!
Rene Moreau (416-489-8347)
From: "Suan H.Booiman"
Subject: Bernard Lord
Feels to me that every one is over powered by the Bernard Lord 45
pages, would not dare to call it a report. Gave been trying to get a
copy of that masterpiece but all those ask don't bother to reply,
my Tory MP, B.C. Office of Heritage; Federal Office of Heritage;
you name. Guess is a national sell out.
From: "Rosalie Piccioni"
Subject: Another joke that can be told in church
A little girl, dressed in her Sunday best, was running
as fast as She could trying not to be late for Bible class.
As she ran she prayed,"Dear Lord, please don't let me be
late! Dear Lord, please don't let me be late!" While she
was running and praying, she tripped on a curb and fell,
getting her clothes dirty and tearing her dress. She got up,
brushed herself off, and started running again! As she ran
she once again began to pray, "Dear Lord, please don't let
me be late...But please don't shove me either!"
From: "Rebecca Gingrich"
Subject: [DD Trojan Horse
We as citizens will have no say when the NAU is enacted. We are the serfs
and will be told what we sill do. A referendum will not be allowed.
Democracy--you gotta love it. We won the war but lost our country to the
behind the scenes manipulators. Manifest Destiny anyone?
Is an International Financial Conspiracy Driving World Events?
Subject: Courage and Loyalty trumps Democracy every time?
From The TimesMarch 28, 2008
President Sarkozy embarrasses Gordon Brown over EU treaty
Francis Elliott, Deputy Political Editor
President Sarkozy of France embarrassed Gordon Brown yesterday, heaping
praise on his "courage and loyalty" for ratifying the EU treaty without a
The president said that every other European leader was grateful to Mr Brown
for not blocking the replacement to the EU constitution.
In return the Prime Minister signed Britain up to moves to create common EU
immigration standards and cooperate on defence and nuclear policy.
At the conclusion of yesterday's France-UK summit, the French president
vowed to continue his charm offensive designed to draw Britain into deeper
engagement in the EU.