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Two soldiers found dead in Western Canada
Restaurant owner cites discrimination
Alberta set to impose wage deal on union
Bridge won't be built by goal:mayor
Murder charge stayed in care home death
B.C. on track for surplus, but jobs down
Alberta to review how it probes foster deaths
Nova Scotia premier to lay out agenda
Feds spend $40M pitching natural resources
Health Canada OK with generic oxycodone
Saskatchewan budget still in balance
Foreign service must focus on commerce: Fast
Fraud hit banks, Ontario government: RCMP
3 charged in Hindu temple arson in Hamilton
Social housing protesters camp outside PMO
Consider phasing out CMHC insurance: IMF
Romania could buy new Candu reactors
Pizza flour sets off hazardous material scare
U.S. ambassador, TransCanada president say 'no thanks' to Keystone XL
Ontario paving way for mandatory CO alarms
Air India bomb maker appeals perjury sentence
Hockey Canada, Hockey Quebec sued over hit
Bus driver charged in death of little boy
Mint chair should be fired: Mulcair
Oxycodone poses serious perils for addicts
Calls mount to review exotic animal rules
Young Quebec hacker gets 18 months probation
Five invested into the Order of Nova Scotia
Study on lead bullets shot down by feds
Midwives complain about pay inequity
Minister defends premier's drug promise
NDP wants $418,000 cap on public sector pay
Tale of dogged B.C. search ends happily
Case of judge whose nude photos ended up on the web is in Federal
Little change in weekly pay in September
Relief donation deadline extended
Possible meteorite strike in Quebec
B.C. plans apology to Chinese community
Today on the Hill: byelection victors in Ottawa, auditor general defends
Expert says flash of light and booming explosion were probably a
Snowstorm Slams Eastern Canada
Home affordability worsens in third quarter
Health minister reviewing ambulance work
B.C. HIV-AIDS control program heads to China
Ban on election polls coming, pollster fears
Liberals win Newfoundland byelection
New Snowden docs show U.S. spied during G20 in Toronto
Jim Flaherty 'not aware' of Mint chair's tax-haven dealings
Cyberbullying bill won't stop online taunts, critics say
Ex-PM Arthur Meighen's fortune embroiled in multimillion-dollar court
Canada led on landmine ban but lags on cluster bombs
Jim Love, Canadian Mint chairman, helped run offshore 'tax-avoidance
'This is Personal': Bangladeshi Factory Worker's Plea for Safer
Akter asks Bay, other Canadian firms to sign binding safety
Auditor Slams Underfunding of First Nations Disaster Relief
ministry stuck in reactive cycle that leaves communities in tatters
before needed aid arrives.
Renting and Relationships: An Ode to Impermanence
lived together, but in the end I lost a home. Part of a series about
The Province Run By Proud Mom Premier Is Failing Single Moms
poverty rose dramatically in first year of Clark's 'families first'
agenda, report finds.
Postmedia and union talks break down over contracting out of
BC single moms the poorest of them all
Transport Canada completes 26 per cent of required safety audits:
'This isn't Toronto' sheriff says after Florida mayor arrested on drug
Heavy rains, high winds lash parts of Atlantic Canada as northeastern
Trudeau: Liberal Party 'resonating across the country'
Ottawa wants expert panel to study green technologies for the
Tongue-driven wheelchair: New device proves effective for paralyzed
Byelection post-mortem: Trudeau emerges a challenger
A friendly 'fist-bump' might save you from the flu
Conservative senator 'should have been thrown under the bus,' Mulcair
Trudeau: Liberal Party 'resonating across the country'
Ottawa wants expert panel to study green technologies for the
Port Metro Vancouver CEO confident coal dust issue "thoroughly" reviewed
The president and
CEO of Port Metro Vancouver says he's satisfied that the issue of coal
dust has been thoroughly examined in a recent Environmental Impact
Assessment (EIA) of a proposed coal...
Obama approves border-crossing fracked gas pipeline used to dilute tar
But the pipeline
has problems with stress corrosion cracking. Is it safe to expand?
Pope slams rampant inequality, 'Economy That Kills'
system is unjust at its root'
Canada's approval puts 'Frankenfish' one step closer to dinner plate
Prince Edward Island can now begin commercial production of
genetically-modified salmon eggs.
Rex Murphy is fluent in the language of occupation
fulfilled legal criteria of colonizing First Nations, whether Murphy
believes it or not.
BC Indigenous women put fear aside and become powerful leaders in fight
Harper ducking accountability
WHO WILL BE NEXT UNDER HARPER'S BUS ?
NIGEL WRIGHT: "I DON'T HAVE ENOUGH FUNDS IN MY CHECKING
COMPLAINT FILED AGAINST EX-PMO LAWYER OVER DUFFYGATE DEAL
DELOITTE KINGPIN REFUSES TO TESTIFY AT SENATE COMMITTEE
WILL HARPER MEET HARCOURT'S FATE ?
Justin Trudeau, you sir, are no Jack Layton
Tories' new foreign-affairs vision shifts focus to 'economic
Conservatives in trouble, with Harper as dead weight
In the dark or not, Harper's badly wounded
When a win looks a lot like a loss
Lesson of the by-elections: Justin Trudeau is doing something right
Senior Deloitte partner won't testify before Senate committee this week
on Duffy audit
Believing Stephen Harper's version of events requires one to suspend
Mint chair should be removed in wake of offshore tax revelation:
Walking a razor's edge in the Senate scandal
Why, oh why, do we even report these polls?
Quebec byelection scorecard offers clues for 2015 election
Byelection polling comes up short
NDP Orange Wave reduced to a trickle
Toronto Centre byelection result should worry Conservatives
Grits' byelection night triumph all in the spin
No bailout for CBC, Prime Minister's Office says
Despite victories, Tories worry about PMO 'rot'
RCMP dog sniffing Deloitte dog sniffing Senate pig
Flaherty submitted pre-redacted expense claims in apparent violation of
Public service unions bring labour appeal to Parliament but miss the
The Conservatives scrape by in the byelection test
Liberal mistakes cost them Brandon-Souris
Squabbling between Trudeau and Mulcair makes post-2015 coalition even
Justin Trudeau, Jack Layton and the Future of
TOUTES LES NOUVELLES PUBLIÉES DEPUIS 24 HEURES
Pipeline 9B: son inversion pourrait sécuriser des emploisPlus
«Les modifications ont été apportées»Plus
Secte juive: 14 enfants en familles d'accueilPlus
du meurtre de sa fiancéePlus
Découverte des restes d'un Tricératops en AlbertaPlus
Perquisitions chez Stationnement de MontréalPlus
Bérubé ignorait le salaire du PDG de Tourisme MontréalPlus
Charbonneau: Michel Arsenault, pas si blanc que ça…Plus
Fils violenté: une mère poursuit une ligue de hockeyPlus
étrangère: Au service du commercePlus
Soutien aux Philippines: Prolongation de la période de donsPlus
météorite à l'origine de l'explosion en Montérégie?Plus
La CAQ dénonce les promesses de 10 milliards $ du gouvernementPlus
fond de rite vaudouPlus
Dédommagé après avoir été échangé avec un autre à sa naissancePlus
Lapointe écorché par le vérificateur généralPlus
France: l'interdiction du voile intégral contestée Plus
déchu de son poste de sénateurPlus
Hôpital St-Mary: un homme fait une chute mortellePlus
mortel à St-Robert Plus
Première tempête de neige : le pire est passéPlus
Perquisition à Stationnement de Montréal
Les diplomates canadiens devront promouvoir les intérêts commerciaux du
Signes religieux: plus de 75% des médecins ne voient pas de problème
L'idée de confier le nouveau pont Champlain à Québec est reçue
Logements sans chauffage - En quête de recours
Objectif : 2015
Le p.-d.g. de Tourisme Montréal recevait 400 000 $, observe le
Le bras immobilier du Fonds était infiltré par une relation des
Le député Dubourg ne remboursera pas son indemnité
Élections partielles : le PC et le NPD font contre mauvaise fortune bon
Hockey mineur - Un hockeyeur victime d'une commotion cérébrale intente
Complexe immobilier sans chauffage - En colère, les locataires exigent
L'industrie alimentaire influence les politiques de Santé Canada
L'allaitement progresse au Québec
Renoncer au pétrole créerait un choc économique inacceptable
Les Portugais manifestent leur ras-le-bol
Crédits de carbone - Le Québec tient ses premières enchères
Port pétrolier - Québec promet la prudence
Bas-Saint-Laurent - Un port pétrolier pour le brut albertain
Les États-Unis émettent beaucoup plus de méthane qu'estimé, indique une
La Belgique fait un pas vers l'euthanasie pour les jeunes
Les manifestants thaïlandais maintiennent la pression sur le
Effondrement en Lettonie: le premier ministre Dombrovskis
Until last year I was totally unaware of the formal beginning of the
Christmas commercial season in the United Statesn of America.
This year my daughter and her friend are going across the Niagara
River - which necessitates Aase and I being able to spend another
pleasant overnight with our Grandchildren.
The negative effect is upon production of the Digest on Friday,
November 28th -
From: Ray Strachan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Get well card
I am actually a very kind person and would like to send Ron Thornton
a Get Well Card but I dont have his snail mail address.
Anyway Ron, there is help available even for people that appear to be
very challenged. Good Luck.
Ray Strachan ... PS am also sending a beautiful card to
Mr. Harper. Mayhap you would be able to get a job as
his driver. There seems to be doubts that he will have a taxpayer
paid person after the next election. God it hurts me to think
that could happen. He is such an honest,gentle soul.
From: "Sandra Finley" <email@example.com>
Subject: We are in a race against the corporatocracy
Question is, WHO is going to win the race? Will it be us,
or the Corporatocracy?
· A couple of recent
articles high-light the seriousness of
"the race" against the corporatocracy (e.g. Canada's new billion-dollar
· Another couple speak to
ordinary people who are standing up.
· There are very obvious
contributions made by The Arts (films, in this case)
· And then there's the
" why " citizens are mobilizing.
For Links to the preceding articles, please click on:
24 We are in a race against the corporatocracy
From: MAHMOOD ELAHI
Subject: Harper should listen to Aristotle and step aside
Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2013 23:24:30 -0500
The Toronto Star
Harper should listen to Aristotle and step aside
Re: "Why Stephen harper should step down," by Thomas Walkom
Aristotle once remarked that all forms of government -- democracy,
oligarchy, monarchy, tyranny -- are inherently unstable; that all
political regimes are inherently transitional; that the stability of all
regimes is corrupted by the corrosive power of time. To prolong the
viability of democratic system of government, his advice had been rapid
turnover of leaderships to renew the democratic process.
After nearly eight years in power, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is
clearly showing the signs of "the corrosive power of time," as
evident from controversies surrounding Conservative Senators Mike Duffy,
Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau and his response to them. As such, he
should listen to the great political thinker of the antiquity and step
aside, allowing a new leader rejuvinate the Conservative party. And he
should do it soon to allow the new leader enough time to prepare for the
next election .As a democrat, he should step down to help renew the
political process and not for the reasons articulated by Thomas Walkom.
2240 Iris Street, Ottawa.
Subject: Who would replace PM ?
From: Robert G. Sheehan-Gauthier,
Mr. Joe Hueglin, Publisher,
The Daily Digest,
November 27, 2013.
RE: Who would replace PM ?
What has been mis-labelled the "Senate Scandal" by the media
would more accurately be called the failed "Harper-Caper" with
sub-cast Wallin-Duffy, designed to usurp the authority of Canada's
democratic system to the self-serving political advantage of a
desperately ambitious prime minister "employing dirty play as part
of a deliberate strategy of winning at all costs," as he wrote in
his hockey book, A Great Game.
This offer by PM Stephen Harper of Senate seats and the misplaced
acceptance by unqualified candidates Wallin and Duffy, who should have
declined Harper's attractive, have poisoned and undermined the very
foundation of the Canadian House of Commons and the Senate - both houses
of he the Parliament of Canada.
The Prime Minister of Canada knowingly ignored the residency requirement
for Duffy and Wallin that has come back to haunt him and all 35,000,000
Canadians. Harper placed his own political interests ahead of those of
Canadians and in so doing set off a chain of events that continues to
cost taxpayers millions of dollars, seriously disrupts the functioning of
our Government and Parliament and needlessly importunes the lives,
families and careers of numerous innocent people working on Parliament
Who would replace the PM ? Someone who would adhere to the rule of
law, not be a dissembler, and not throw his own friends under the bus
when things go wrong.
Robert G. Sheehan-Gauthier,
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From: Rebecca Gingrich
Subject: if not Harper--Who DD
Joe--or did he mean Harper hears a Who??? Sadly, Harper has
just continued the plan of Canada becoming obedient to corporations and
money. I have been saying for years that we have no one to vote
for. They are all the same but Harper has made it more obvious than
ever. If there is one thing he is better at it is giving Canada to
the NWO. As he stated previously "Canada may lose some
sovereignty but that is necessary"!!!
Harper allowing GMO fish is not a surprise--it is another rich foreign
corporation that wants this. I looked up the company that wants
this in Canada--and Harper bows to their wishes and demands in spite of
the decimation it will cause to the country and the world
Subject: Canada aiding in the destruction of the oceans
Missing Permits Raise Stakes for Escape of AquaBounty's Genetically
Washington, D.C. AquaBounty's experimental production facility of
genetically engineered (GE) salmon in Panama is missing multiple legally
required permits and inspections, including a wastewater discharge
permit, according to an administrative claim filed today in Panama by the
environmental group Centro de Incidencia Ambiental de Panama
The FDA is considering commercial approval of AquaBounty's GE salmon
allegedly based on a scenario in which AquaBounty would produce GE salmon
eggs at a facility in Prince Edward Island, Canada, which are then
shipped to the facility in Panama to be grown to harvest. Fillets would
then be shipped to American consumers. However, significant questions
about the viability and legality of this plan continue to emerge.
Subject: wealth trumps health
Werner Bock, Organic Cattle Rancher, Canada's Latest Victim of
Corporate/Media/RCMP Corruption! by Unkle Rick
Joe--I just found this article. Again corporations rule
Subject: Minorities over-represented in prison: report DD
Joe--does this mean that minorities are responsible for more of the
crimes committed in Canada? But since they are minorities they
should get special treatment???
A criminal is a criminal but that seems to escape the report.
Minority criminals file complaints?? What about their victims--are
they allowed to file complaints or be reimbursed by these criminals?
A crime is a crime but this article makes it seem as if it is our fault
that these minorities commit crimes.
Commit the crime, do the time--and don't expect special treatment because
you are a minority.