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From: "Joe Hueglin" <phoenix.rising@bellnet.ca>
To: "CANADIAN DAILY DIGEST" <phoenix.rising@bellnet.ca>
Sent: 8 January, 2014 6:04 AM
Subject: Daily Digest January 7, 2014


The DAILY DIGEST: INFORMATION and OPINION from ST. JOHN'S to VICTORIA.
ARCHIVED at http://cdndailydigest.blogspot.com/

OPINION AND INFORMATION

>>>>>>>>>>CANADA<<<<<<<<<<

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

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>CP<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Protesters dog Harper on B.C. visit
         Train derails, catches fire in New Brunswick
BoC gov Poloz says long-term rates to rise
         Report doesn't resolve debate over Great Lakes
Redford says no shortage of flu vaccine
         Alberta labour board hearing delayed
Alberta brings 12 on economic board
         U.S. green group targets Canadian fisheries
Attempted murder charges likely in shootout
         U.S. woman gets time served for aiding suicide

Islanders reminded to get flu shot
         Mexico detains 2 Canadians in fire bombing
Protecting the PM a delicate balancing act
         Nurse concerned 'people will die' in new ER
Extreme cold causes Toronto flight delays
         Court sides with Jason Kenney over funding cut to Arab federation
Kunitz, St. Louis hard decisions for Canada
         New Brunswick storm response under fire
A look at the rare charge of aiding suicide
         Ponzi scheme nets Ont. man lifetime trading ban

Redford defends Alberta trade mission to India
         Police say no charges for Harper protesters
Sears accuses Canada Goose of bullying
         Saskatchewan gives $3M for First Nation education
Weird, wonderful journey leads to $50M prize
         Prime Minister rides a bus with scouts, meets supporters on Vancouver Island
Kitimat residents to vote on Northern Gateway
         No bullying evidence in teen's suicide: RCMP
PCs, NDP say Liberals had no emergency plan
         Blustery weather words feed winter hype

Windsor hospital staff urged to get flu shot
         Calgary MP Anders paints upcoming nomination as battle of Red and Blue Tories
Poll explores how long Canadians stare at screens
         Canadian space cameras to be reinstalled on ISS
Manitoba government mum on options to tax hike
         Man in custody after Alberta standoff, 2 Mounties hurt

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>CBC<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Stephen Harper to kick off highway construction in Inuvik
         Contest for Rob Anders' job triggers Tory infighting
Tory MP Peter Braid's late Christmas gift to environmentalists
         Why the transport minister unveiled the men's Olympic hockey team
Canadian Olympic men's hockey team includes some surprises
         Bernie Madoff scheme nets $1.7B US fine for JPMorgan
Former Tory minister on the hot seat over Enbridge lobbying gig
         Newfoundland braces for freezing rain as power is restored
Far fewer P.E.I. unemployed getting EI
         Winter weather causes massive travel backlog

Conservative MP Peter Braid says extreme weather and climate change linked
         Harper protest undercuts Mounties' efforts on security

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The Tyee<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
BC Is Flush with Natural Gas; Is that a Good Thing?
        Having a big slice of world's reserves isn't same as being able to monetize them sustainably.
Ruling Shows Closer Eye Needed on Canada's Spy Agencies
        Judge finds CSIS, CSEC misled court in order to obtain surveillance warrants. By Michael Geist
Harper: On Energy Projects, Feds Follow 'Best' Science
        PM extols value of evidence during BC visit, but questions about dismantled research libraries linger.
Jack the Tax on Tobacco, but Make It Prescription-Only Too
        Follow Iceland's lead and help prevent the scourge of illness caused by smoking.
Safety alert issued over dangers of fracked oil
         VIDEO: Vancouver's False Creek South: An Experiment in Community

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>CTV<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Feds must introduce legislation to 'address the effects of prostitution': MacKay 19 1
         Doctors should screen all adult patients for binge drinking: CDC report 5
Evacuations ordered after freight train derails, catches fire in N.B. 1
         U.S. auditors give Canada's food safety system low rating, citing deficiencies 35 2
Protecting Great Lakes from Asian carp could cost billions: report
         U.S. environmental group puts Canadian fisheries on its target list

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Vancouver Observer<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Breaking: Chief spy watchdog working for Enbridge since 2011
         Please help us reach our stretch goal in The Tar Sands Reporting Project Kickstarter campaign
Public comment period on proposed Squamish LNG plant closes
         Rescued sea otter blinded by shotgun blast receives long-term care at the Vancouver Aquarium
Matthew Huszar's body found in False Creek: Missing for two years
         VPD issue public warning following sexual assault

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Canada.com<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Young mother's ex-boyfriend disappeared after baby's death, court told
         Top court to face shortage of Quebec judges this winter
Security breach should be a 'wake-up call' for RCMP, says expert
         Warning letter on appointing Arthur Porter to oversee spy agency raised no red flags
Canada Revenue Agency reviewing issue of taxpayers wrongfully declared dead
         Cold-weather wimpiness spreading like an arctic chill
Minister within rights to halt funding to Arab group over apparent anti-Semitic leanings: judge
         Iqaluit blizzard brings near-hurricane strength winds and whiteout snow
Canadians overcome by urge to throw boiling water in cold air

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>NATIONAL NEWS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Harper could also call an election in 2014, Senate scandal a game changer
         Why Twitter diplomacy won't lead to better foreign policy

Spy agency admits it spies on Canadians 'incidentally'
         Jim Coutts gave us a better country
Chopper announcement disgraceful
         Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's rate 'pressure' weigh-in is more meddling
Time to renew Canada's cowed, bloated bureaucracy
         PM keeps cool in face of protests and political instability
Suddenly it's all the economy ­ and time to get serious


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>FOREIGN AFFAIRS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Reader Supported News<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Polar Vortex: People Making Snide Remarks About Climate Change Are Punched in Face
READ MORE
         Edward Snowden has more secrets to reveal that relate to Israel, the journalist who first brought his leaks to the world's attention said on Monday. READ MORE
FBI Drops Law Enforcement as 'Primary' Mission
READ MORE
        Water Pollution in Four States Linked to Oil and Gas Drilling READ MORE

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Stratfor<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
The 20th anniversary of NAFTA's implementation on Jan. 1 has revived some of the perennial arguments that have surrounded the bloc since its inception. The general consensus has been that the trade deal was a mixed bag, a generally positive yet disappointing economic experiment.

That consensus may not be wrong: The history of the North American Free Trade Agreement as an institution has been one of piecemeal, often reluctant integration between three countries with a long tradition of protectionism and fierce defense of economic national sovereignty. While NAFTA was a boon for certain sectors of the economy, particularly the U.S. agriculture industry, the net effect of the world's second-largest trade bloc remains somewhat unknown.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The European Union Times<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
TEPCO to clean Fukushima's underground radioactive water Source
        Criminal standards of science including global warming fraud Source
'No Concern' Over 500% Increase In Radiation Levels On California Beach Source
        Bulgaria bans foreigners from buying land Source
White House refuses to answer to 'We the People' petitions Source
        US and Canada hit by Polar vortex megastorm Source
UAE Prince wanted to overthrow the Saudi regime in 2003 – Wikileaks Source
        Autonomous Terminator Like Robots will Decide Your Fate Source
Bulgaria ex-FM slams UK immigration 'mass hysteria' Source
        Tens of Thousands of Africans hold protest in Tel Aviv against detentions  Source

935,000 displaced in Central African Republic amid 'unprecedented' violence Source
        Nuts diet in pregnancy may lower baby's allergies risk Source
Former MSNBC Host Told Not to Warn Public About Fukushima Source
        UK's British National Party declared bankrupt Source
Former employee breaks silence on Fukushima Radiation Leaks Source


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Eurasian Review<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Burma: Battle Lines Drawn In Fight For Democracy – Analysis
         Kyrgyzstan: 'Sex Scandal' Embroiling Mufti
Turkey: Fight Against Terrorism Must Be Global, Erdogan
         Girl Falls Asleep 30 Times Every Day After Receiving Flu Shot
US Supreme Court Halts 'Gay Marriage' In Utah Pending Appeal
         3D Printing And Defence: A Silent Revolution – Analysis
Bangladesh Political Crisis And India's Options – Analysis
         China, Japan, Korea And The US: Region At Crossroads – Analysis
India, Pakistan And Tactical Nuclear Weapons: Irrelevance For South Asia – Analysis


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Citizens for Legitimate Government<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

'Duct tape, wire nets' were used to mend Fukushima radioactive water tanks - worker
         130 'radioactive' Japanese cars banned from entering Russia
Dockyard workers get accidental radiation dose
         Iraq city falls fully into hands of al-Qaida group
Senator Paul wants light punishment of Snowden for NSA leaks
         GB will have special security forces to protect them from terrorism during Sochi


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Common Dreams<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

American Jihad 2014: On the New National Security State Fundamentalists
         http://www.commondreams.org/view/2014/01/06
Investigation Confirms Widespread Fears about Fracking
         http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2014/01/06-4
Sea Shepherd Captures Video of 'Illegal' Japanese Whale Slaughter
         http://www.commondreams.org/headline/2014/01/06-5
By Pushing the TPP, Obama is Repeating Mistakes of NAFTA
         http://www.commondreams.org/video/2014/01/06-0
Greg Hom: 3 Urgent Reasons to Step Up Efforts for Diplomacy With Iran
         http://www.commondreams.org/view/2014/01/06-4

>>>>>>>>>>INFOS <<<<<<<<<<

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