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CBC New CRTC wireless rules signal the end of 3-year contracts Read 281comments281
         Canada Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person Read 246comments246video
Manitoba teen mistaken for bear shot dead by camper Read 0comments0
         Queen Elizabeth's 1953 coronation, a 'madhouse on the streets'
Paramedic who died told father Ornge helicopters 'well-maintained' Read 0comments0audio
         Feds pledge $250K to youth-led anti-bullying project Read 212comments212
Michael Valpy: Morgentaler's other legacy ­ the wall between church and state Read 171comments171
         G20 police officer assault trial postponed over new video
Wrong house struck in drug-related drive-by shooting Read 45comments45video
         B.C. man lives in van for 'small-scale' living experiment Read 49comments49
Train derailment near Sudbury sparks water contamination fears Read 13comments13video
         Not all mayors swayed by $53B federal promise Read 223comments223 video
Sikhs 'saddened' by soccer turban ban
         No sizzling Canadian summer in forecast like last year
Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies?
         New CRTC wireless rules demand 2-year contract cap, unlocked phones
Trudeau vows to 'raise the bar' for transparency on expenses
         4 myths about common-law relationships
SNC-Lavalin offices in Algeria raided amid bribery probe

Why isn't the PMO asking questions?
         Harper frustrated over Senate shenanigans
As RCMP cracks Duffy's books, Tories firm up political lines
         Wright was protecting Harper, not Duffy
NDP excited to grill Harper next week
         Maybe Nigel Wright should have resigned sooner: Harper
Nigel Wright should have said no to Mike Duffy: Harper
         Opposition pushes for documents in Duffy affair
Budget bill endangers Canadians' basic freedoms, group tells Harpe r Tony Clement 7 ways
         The party's over for civil slackers
High-flying bureaucrats travel on taxpayer dime

         Civil servants spent $168,000 on booze
New government rules include performance review for public servants
         Civil servants fretting over budget cuts and language rights: Watchdog
Bureaucrats submit quirky bios
         Ontario would be better with one less tier of government
Bureaucrats cost taxpayers almost $44 billion a year: Budget watchdog
         Food allergies take priority in kids' lunch selections
How to keep office allergies at bay
         Allergies worsened since Ontario pesticide ban?
Pesticides, tap water to blame for rising food allergies: Study


Guy Giorno, Harper's Former Chief Of Staff, To Represent Nigel Wright

         RCMP looking into Senate expenses scandal, but no investigation yet
Sask. Senator's hometown divided on expense controversy
         Laureen Harper helps launch new national anti-bullying strategy
Wireless code sets caps on data, roaming charges

         RCMP launches new division for 'sensitive, high-risk investigations'
Sen. Tkachuk says Senate expenses scandal has been a 'horrible experience'
         Feds should call independent inquiry into Senate expenses scandal, say opposition MPs

'Accidental' GST legislation set to grab extra $1 billion from insurers

         Senate spending scandal: Blame falls on Senate abusers but also on their enablers
Harper needs a better brand of B.S.
         Socialism gone soft with Dexter and Mulcair
Party leaders need to stand by their ads
         Contrition: The speech Harper should have given
Fire Jason Kenney and freeze immigration
         The good news about corruption
Canadian Children Still Hungry
         Their call's not important to us
Christy Clark's so-called 'rejection' of the Enbridge pipeline

         CRA mails private records to wrong person
Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies?
         Don Pittis: Goodbye kudos-Carney, hello Poloz party pooper
East Coast LNG project to unveil major shipping deal to Europe
         Robertson has no plans to lead B.C. NDP
Feds to announce anti-bullying program at school of late teen
         Sikhs could take legal action over soccer turban ban
Future top Mountie Paulson declared security certificate process 'off the rails'
         Senators are the ultimate policy wonks
Feds pick off-the-shelf design for long-awaited resupply ships
         General Dynamics Land Systems Canada in running for $2-billion Close Combat Vehicle contract
MacKay's office sparked NIS probe of 'leak' from U.S. news release
         Federal government to offer do-over of failed citizenship exams
Canada training Palestinian troops as part of controversial plan to create a security force in the West Bank
         Trial to begin today for second police officer charged in G20 protests
Federal leaders back B.C. pipeline stance

Public tolerance of P3s improves: A conversation with John Tory
Wildlife quandary: Should Lake Superior wolves be saved?
Polyamorists striving for legal recognition
Man charged in alleged plot to attack a Via Rail train to appear in court today
Vancouver man lives in a van for experiment in 'small-scale' living
Trial to begin today for second police officer charged in G20 protests
Judge dismisses lawsuit filed by ex-deputy superintendent of detention centre
Federal government to offer do-over of failed citizenship exams


The Real News Network
"Occupy Love" Documentary Asks "Can Crisis Be Turned into a Love Story"
         Does Austerity Increase Inflation?
Calls for One Democratic State in all of Palestine Increase
         End deportations now demanded by rallies nationwide

Best of the Web: News and Analysis see all â†'

What\'s behind the turmoil in Turkey?
         Far rightwingers continue marches against Islam in Britain
Inside Story: Sussing the US\' plans for Syria
         Robert Reich On Reframing The Argument Against Right Wing Extremists
Did Public Television Commit Self-Censorship to Appease Billionaire Funder David Koch?

Best of the Web: The Occupy Movement see all â†'

Turkish police use tear gas on protesters
         Police crack down on Istanbul protests
Nuns driving debate on US immigration
         \'Tribes of the world, unite\' in Australia
Police Attack Protesters in Istanbul Square

Best of the Web: Global Warming see all â†'

Flooding Forces Thousands to Flee Czech Capital
         Major floods hit central Europe
Five people reported dead after a tornado hits Oklahoma
         Inside Story: GM Foods: Do we know enough?
The Ghosts In Our Machine

Best of the Web: Political Humor see all â†'

CIA Whistleblower\'s Tips On How Not to Get Killed in Jail
         All Of Nation\'s Living Presidents Gather To Lie About Bush Presidency
Fox Ce lebrates George W. Bush\'s Disinterest In The IRS
         Xbox One Capable Of Controlling Users With Simple Voice Commands
Money fer Nothin\'

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We Steal Secrets, The New Movie About Wikileaks Infuriates Wikileaks

The European Union Times
Massive protests hit Istanbul's Taksim Square, over 900 arrested Source
         Only 13% of Canadians think Harper speaks the truth Source
Chemtrails program exposed by former US Air Force sergeant Source
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Global Research: Week in Review
Fake Arms Embargo and EU Military Support to Al Nusra in Syria
         Deflation Smackdown: Bernanke's Madcap Money Printing Fails to Boost Inflation,
Post-Fukushima Japan: Deap-seated Economic and Social Crisis,
         John Kerry Proposes Investments in Palestine While Funding Israeli Apartheid, Main Obstacle to Commerce,
Deadly Honduras Counterdrugs Operation Raises New Questions Regarding U.S. Role,
         UK: Soldier Killing Suspect Approached by MI5 to Become Informer
The Dissolution of the West: The Root Causes of the Economic Crisis
         Genetic Engineering and Corporate Agribusiness: GMOs and the Impacts of Glyphosate Herbicide,
Bill S-7 "Combating Terrorism Act" Now in Force in Canada,
         US Attorney General Eric Holder Personally Approved Obama's Secret Effort to Seize Email and Phone Records of  Reporters,
Citizens of Wisconsin Deliver War Crimes Indictment against President Barack H. Obama,
         The FBI Murder of Ibragim Todashev: The Boston Witness "Who Knew Too Much"?,
Monsanto's Genetically Modified Wheat. Threatens US Exports, Russia Today,
         A Proxy War Is Raging In Syria,
CIA Global Renditions: Abductions and Extrajudicial Transfers from one Country to Another,
         US Supported Jabhat al-Nusra Caught with Sarin Gas inside Turkey,
SYRIA: President Bashar Al-Assad: Full Interview and Transcript, Bashar al-Assad,
         The US Fiat Dollar Ponzi Scheme: Digital Money Used to Purchase Toxic Assets from the "Too Big To Fail" Global Banks,
Man Linked to Tsarnaev Boston Suspects "Shot Six Times", Killed during FBI Interrogation. Photos., Russia Today,
         Guatemalan High Court upholds overturning of Rios Montt Conviction,
US Banks Post Record Profits,
         The Fight against Consumerism and Planned Obsolescence. The Everlasting Light Bulb
Canada and Gunboat Diplomacy
         Israel is Fighting a Regional War in Syria
Austerity, Mass Unemployment and Emigration in the European Union. Ireland and the Basque Country
         Turkish Police find Chemical Weapons in the Possession of Al Nusra Terrorists heading for Syria
Russia's S-300 Surface to Air Missile, Already Deployed and Functional in Syria?,
         Student Science Experiment Finds Plants won't Grow near Wi-Fi Router
Bush Adminstration Convicted of War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity
         Lifting the Fake EU Arms Embargo: Weapons for Al Qaeda in Syria
Britain's Security Service: More Questions about MI5's Relations with the Woolwich Killers
         Syria Escalation poses Growing Risk of Regional War
Faking It: How the Media Manipulates the World into War
         The Role of Turkey in the US-NATO-Israeli War on Syria
Israel Channels Weapons and Military Aid to Al Qaeda in Syria
         "Beat the Propaganda" Challenge! 15 Cents a Day Keeps the Propaganda Away!
Battle of the Bees": EU High Court rules on GMO Contamination; Opens Door to Biotech Liability
         The Mavi Marmara: Comoros Government Initiates Legal Procedure against Israel at the International Criminal Court (ICC)
The Bilderberg, Google and the G8: New Global Tax Regime Already in the Works,
         Under the Disguise of The "Battle against Terrorism": The U.S., Britain and France Support "Al Qaeda in Syria"
European Powers Lift Embargo, Move to Arm Syrian Opposition. Direct Military Support to Al Nusra Terrorists
         The Islamist State: What the Syrian Constitution says about Assad and the Rebels
More War, "Kill Courts" at Home. The Real Meaning of Obama's National Security Speeches
         International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia: The 20th Anniversary of an Illegal Court
The Extrajudicial Assassinations of American Citizens: Its Official and its "Legal"
         From Iraq a Tragic Reminder to Prosecute the War Criminals
Report on Syria – Nobel Peace Laureate Mairead Maguire: "The Syrian State is Under a Proxy War Led by Foreign Countries"
         The Network of Global Corporate Control: A Giant Bow-tie Structure, A Tightly-knit Core of Financial Institutions
World Bank Insider Blows Whistle on Corruption, Federal Reserve,
         America's "Permanent War": The "Authorization to Use Military Force" Forever?
From Agent Orange to Pesticides and Genetically Engineered Crops. Why Not to Trust Monsanto
         Who Calls the Shots in Washington? Government Of, By, and "For The Banks"
US and Allies Step Up War Preparations against Syria, Lebanon, Iran
         Monsanto Controls both the White House and the US Congress
Syrian Army Continues Crackdown on Terrorists in al-Qseir and Other Areas
         Monsanto's GMO Killer Seeds: Profits Above Human Health

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14h15 - Québec · Laval sous tutelle
         Un conseil spécial des ministres doit se tenir lundi afin d'adopter le décret pour la mise en tutelle de Laval, a confirmé, à TVA Nouvelles, le ministre des Affaires municipales, Sylvain Gaudreault, lundi matin. Agence QMI Lun
13h37 - Fausses allocations de dépenses · Jocelyn Dupuis veut l'arrêt des procédures
         L'ex-directeur général de la FTQ-Construction prend très mal le battage médiatique dont il fait l'objet, surtout depuis qu'il a été accusé de fraude en mars 2010. Agence QMI Lun
13h31 - Procès d'Adèle Sorella · Mortes en quelques heures?
         Amanda et Sabrina De Vito seraient mortes en moins de deux heures si elles avaient été enfermées dans une chambre hyperbare fermée, selon le témoignage du toxicologue Jean Brazeau au procès d'Adèle Sorella, accusée du meurtre prémédité de ses filles de neuf et huit ans. Agence QMI Lun
13h13 - France · Des clowns voleurs
         Deux hommes qui tentaient de voler un véhicule banalisé de la brigade anti-criminalité (BAC) affublés de masques de clowns, ont été interpellés tôt lundi matin à Seclin, près de Lille, a-t-on appris de source policière. AFP Lun
11h42 - Turquie · Les manifestants turcs déterminés contre Erdogan
         Les affrontements ont repris lundi pour la quatrième journée consécutive en Turquie entre policiers et manifestants hostiles au premier ministre Recep Tayyip Erdogan, qui a nié toute dérive autoritaire et rejeté l'éventualité d'un «printemps turc». AFP Lun
11h14 - New York · Les femmes peuvent être seins nus
         «Aucune mesure de maintien de l'ordre» ne doit donc être prise contre «des individus, homme ou femme, qui se montrent en public sans vêtement au dessus de la ceinture». AFP Lun
10h45 - Commission sur le printemps érable · «Pas de jugement», promet Serge Ménard
         La Commission spéciale d'examen des événements du printemps 2012 ne portera pas de jugement politique sur les événements entourant la crise étudiante, a confirmé lundi matin, son président, Serge Ménard, en conférence de presse. Agence QMI Lun
09h18 - Chapais · Un père et sa fille retrouvés
         Le père et sa fille de 16 ans ont été retrouvés sains et saufs lundi matin. Agence QMI Lun
04h55 - Chine · Plus de 100 morts dans l'incendie d'un abattoir
Un incendie dans un abattoir de volailles situé dans le nord-est de la Chine a causé la mort de plus de cent personnes lundi. AFP Lun
04h42 - Montréal · Un homme est tué par balle dans Saint-Laurent
         Un homme qui avait été atteint par balle dimanche soir dans l'arrondissement de Saint-Laurent, à Montréal, a succombé à ses blessures tôt lundi. Agence QMI Lun
03h11 - Poursuites · Accidents dans la cour d'école
         Deux parents réclament 62 000 $ à la commission scolaire des Patriotes après que leur fils eut perdu cinq dents dans un accident.  JDM Lun
02h36 - Contrats | Méga-hôpitaux · Une enquête est réclamée
         La CSN réclame une enquête sur l'octroi des contrats en PPP pour les deux mégas-hôpitaux. Elle ne souhaite rien de moins que l'annulation d'une partie du contrat du CHUM et du CUSM. JDM Lun
02h32 - Longueuil · Ils vivent avec 147 colocataires
         an Paquette et Mélanie Desfosses vivent à Longueuil avec 147 colocataires qui mangent énormément, font des dégâts et ne payent rien. JDM Lun
02h27 - Montréal · Moins de francophones à l'école
         Le nombre d'allophones dépasse maintenant le nombre de francophones dans les écoles de Montréal. JDM Lun

23h00 - Toronto · Le frère du maire Ford veut des excuses du Toronto Star
         Le conseiller municipal de Toronto Doug Ford veut des excuses duToronto Star relativement à la controverse dans laquelle son frère a été plongé. Agence QMI Dim
23h00 - Toronto · Le frère du maire Ford veut des excuses du Toronto Star
         Le conseiller municipal de Toronto Doug Ford veut des excuses duToronto Star relativement à la controverse dans laquelle son frère a été plongé. Agence QMI Dim
20h49 - Perquisition en Algérie · SNC-Lavalin sous enquête
         La police algérienne a procédé à des perquisitions d'envergure au siège social de l'entreprise canadienne SNC-Lavalin à Alger. Agence QMI Dim
20h44 - Québec · Un orignal en cavale abattu par un agent de la faune
         Les agents de la faune ont dû abattre, dimanche matin, un orignal empalé sur une clôture du boulevard Henri-Bourassa à Québec. Agence QMI Dim
20h05 - Laval · Alexandre Duplessis se fait discret
         Alors que son calendrier était chargé de plusieurs activités ce week-end, le maire de Laval Alexandre Duplessis, a plutôt brillé par son absence, annulant toutes ses apparitions publiques. Agence QMI Dim
19h33 - Logements sociaux · Occupation d'un terrain vague
         Une vingtaine de personnes se sont installées dimanche matin dans des tentes sur un terrain vague, appartenant à l'homme d'affaires Peter Sergakis, à l'intersection des rues Saint-Philippe et Notre-Dame Ouest. Agence QMI Dim
19h27 - Déraillement en Ontario · Un train de marchandises tombe dans la rivière Wahnapitae
         Un train de marchandises exploité par le Canadien Pacifique a déraillé dimanche matin au sud de Sudbury, en Ontario. Agence
19h20 - Loi C-60 · Des intellectuels canadiens s'érigent contre le projet de loi C-60
         Un groupe d'universitaires, de journalistes et de chefs syndicaux s'opposant au projet de loi C-60 ont adressé une lettre au premier ministre du Canada, Stephen Harper. Agence QMI Dim
17h32 - Politique · Corruption: la CAQ veut récupérer «l'argent volé»
         La CAQ lance une pétition pour forcer le gouvernement péquiste à poursuivre au civil les entreprises qui ont avoué avoir détourné illégalement des fonds publics devant la commission Charbonneau. Agence QMI Dim
17h24 - Intempéries · Mesures d'urgence à Saguenay: les cours d'eau débordent
         Les pluies torrentielles ayant frappé la région du Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean au cours des derniers jours ont fait gonfler les cours d'eau vers des niveaux record, faisant craindre le pire aux riverains. Agence QMI Dim
16h11 - Poursuites policières · Deux poursuites policières en banlieue de Québec
         La Sûreté du Québec (SQ) a été impliquée dans deux poursuites policières distinctes survenues en banlieue de Québec, tôt dimanche. Agence QMI Dim
12h35 - Montréal · Une température peu clémente pour le Tour de l'Île
         Le départ du 29e Tour de l'Île s'est fait sous la pluie, dimanche matin à Montréal. Agence QMI Dim
11h25 - Royaume-Uni · Accusations de corruption: des parlementaires piégés
         Des parlementaires britanniques étaient dimanche au coeur d'un scandale, après avoir été filmés en train de proposer apparemment leurs services en échange d'argent, à des journalistes se faisant passer pour des représentants d'une entreprise. AFP Dim


What would you have your child, grandchild or nephew do?
Calgary student reprimanded for thwarting potential knife attack

From: Henry Atkinson
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Subject: Here's what Pangea looks like mapped with modern political borders

From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: insanity rules--and we pay the price
Obama Appoints Monsanto VP To Food Safety Czar
Subject: We pay because they are confused about words??

'Accidental' GST legislation set to grab extra $1 billion from insurers
For its part, the Finance Department says it hasn't changed GST legislation at all, but rather clarified rules that were poorly drafted when the GST was born in 1991.
Subject: bravo to Venezuela--this is real democracy

Venezuela is going forward in the defintive elaboration and approval for a law guaranteeing security and sovereignty against the threat of transgenic seeds, said Socialist deputy Alfredo Urena.

Much better than Corporatism in US of A and ...