Thursday, February 27, 2014

Fwd: Daily Digest February 26, 2014

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From: "Joe Hueglin" <>
Sent: February 26, 2014 10:55 PM
Subject: Daily Digest February 26, 2014




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

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Ford tells mayors to choose sides federally
         Mayors seek more housing, public transit cash
Manitoba has new school conduct code
         Alberta RCMP charge trio with child abduction
Dean of Quebec legislature to run again
         Public child sex offender database planned
Manitoba couple sentenced for animal abuse
         Health care strike looms, legislature resumes
Mulcair stance on coalition seems to soften
         Man fatally hit by Via train in Chatham
Police chief 'disgusted' by Rob Ford comments
         Liberal senators flex newfound independence
Affleck casts spotlight on situation in Congo
         Caisse wades into hostile takeover debate
Ont provides $190 million for ice storm cleanup
         Heinz to make statement on Ontario plant
Alberta wild horse capture well below target
         Opposition shut out of Ukraine delegation
New Brunswick may reopen health records deal
         Veteran MLA Yogi Huyghebaert won't run again
NDP and Liberals shut out of Conservative-led Ukraine delegation to Kyiv

RBC's consumer lending business still growing
         Feds find couch change in forgotten accounts
No evidence taxation bad for economy: IMF
         Feds get spoof award for wasteful spending
Nova Scotia Liquor reports profit rise
         Elderly couple tied up in Ajax home invasion
Nova Scotia injects funds into ferry service
         Crash closes eastbound Hwy 401 near Cobourg
Peterborough woman faces more fraud charges
         Sooey! Here come the Teddies

Canadian appear headed for more record debt
         Caesar salads recalled: Listeria possible
Sears Canada revenue drops, profit rises
         Ukraine: Rival groups protest in divided Crimea


Loretta Saunders' body found in New Brunswick
         Senator Colin Kenny faces new harassment allegations
Retired sergeant Ronald Anderson dies, suicide linked to PTSD
         Ex-Liberal senators announce plan for more accountability
John Baird leading Canadian delegation to Ukraine
         Ottawa's responsible mining review awaited by NGOs
Campus cheaters hire custom essay writers to avoid detection

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Globe and Mail<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Rob Ford returns to mayors meeting after leaving early
         Spectrum auction bids topped $7-billion Add to …
Quebec parties in a candidate-recruiting race as election call nears
         Mayors hoping Ford doesn't steal the show at big-city leaders' summit
A PQ majority would mean another secession sequel
         Did the Liberals forget Quebec?
Tories quash NDP motion as feud over elections bill continues


Toronto mayoral election poll shows tight early race among Chow, Ford, Tory
         Toronto mayoral election: Did Councillor Doug Ford lose valuable 2010 voter data?
How Justin Trudeau would handle the economy
         Ukraine becomes a wedge issue in Ottawa

Still-recovering Lac-Megantic wants tracks taken out of town
         UPDATEDTarget Canada loses nearly US$1B since opening 80
Autism diagnoses may drop by a third under new guidelines: study 12
         Man guilty of slaying off-duty U.K. soldier Lee Rigby sentenced to life 11
Scientists solve mystery of Chile's 'whale graveyard'
         Harsh winter keeps birds of a feather crowded together
Consumer Alert: Banks holding your unclaimed cash?
         CTV Northern Ontario: Sudbury singing star
CTV Toronto: Bill Blair speaks out on Fords
         Autism diagnoses may drop by a third under new guidelines: study

Are group selfies spreading lice among teens?
         The pros and cons of food companies educating dietitians
Scientists solve mystery of Chile's 'whale graveyard'
         NASA's planet-hunting telescope finds 715 new planets
Making Fido feel bad? Despite guilty look, experts say dogs don't feel shame

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Ottawa Citizen<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Telesat, Com Dev launch $800M bid to build Canadian government satellite
         Why Trudeau's Nathalie should be angry
LeBreton featured guest at Tory fundraiser

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>HUFFINGTON POST<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Harper's Ex-Chief Of Staff Tries To Deflect Heat Over Questionable Lunch Expenses
        Clement issues ultimatum to government retirees – negotiate deal or face legislation
Justin Trudeau explained. Sort of.
         Mulcair leaves door open on future coalition; doubts Trudeau is game
Trudeau's positivity threatens Harper's narrative of fear and loathing

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>YAHOO NEWS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Port Metro Vancouver truckers' strike could cause disruptions across Canada 2 hours 35 minutes ago
         Chopping down power poles just the latest incident in rising copper-theft trend 4 hours ago
Ombud raps officials over Omar Khadr; Amnesty urges judicial review of case 5 hours ago
         Mulcair appears to soften stance against NDP-Liberal coalition government 1 hour 10 minutes ago
Canadian delegation heading to Ukraine amid growing tensions, concerns over Russia 5 hours ago
         Animal abuse: Manitoba man jailed, wife fined, for hoarding 64 dogs 2 hours 10 minutes ago
Surgeries cancelled for 10 days over sterilization issue at a Regina hospital 2 hours 30 minutes ago
         Are Canada's mayors crying poor or crying wolf? 2 hours 43 minutes ago
Retired sergeant Ronald Anderson dies, suicide linked to PTSD 5 hours ago
         Public database of child sex offenders to be part of pedophile crackdown 2 hours 6 minutes ago

Man admits at B.C. immigration hearing he once led group linked to Air India bombings55 minutes

         'Good news' ahead for Ontario town set to lose Heinz factory
Chopping down power poles just the latest incident in rising copper-theft trend
         Are Canada's mayors crying poor or crying wolf?
Job training ads, Pan Am Games among CTF's top taxpayer-funded losers

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

With Syria, Diplomacy Needs Force
Ukraine becomes a wedge issue in Ottawa
How Justin Trudeau would handle the economy
Justin Trudeau explained. Sort of.
Did the Liberals forget Quebec?
Justin Trudeau reaches out to Red Tories
World affairs elude Trudeau
Why Trudeau's Nathalie should be angry
A PQ majority would mean another secession sequel
Solving the next Andrew Leslie problem

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The Crisis In Ukraine
If Russia were to accept such strategic defeat, it would mean that Russia had submitted to Washington's hegemony.
 Was the Ukraine Coup America's Main Event at the Sochi Olympics?
It would be...ironic!, if punishing Putin over Syria turned Ukraine into another Syria.
The Brown Revolution of the Ukraine
Kiev is patrolled by armed thugs from the Western Ukraine, by fighters from the neo-Nazi -Right Sector, descendants of Stepan Bandera, the Ukrainian Quisling's troopers, and by their local comrades-in-arms of nationalist persuasion.
Good Advice, Wrong Address:
Russia Responds to Susan Rice 'No Tanks to Ukraine' Warning

Washington would be a more appropriate recipient of the piece of wisdom.
 Will NATO Annex Ukraine?By Pepe Escobar
 Anarchy looms - provoked by the neo-fascists. It's up to Ukrainians to reject it.
 Democracy Murdered By Protest
Ukraine Falls To Intrigue and violence
 Is the U.S. Backing Neo-Nazis in Ukraine?

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Global Research E-Newsletter<<<<<<<<<<<<<< 
Ukraine's Sickness and Europe's Cure: Neo-Liberalism and Neo-Fascism Join Hands

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The Globalist<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Ukraine's Global Meaning: Four Theses

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

Sandra Mallon: quatre ans d'enfer en prison au PanamaPlus
        Menaces de coupures en santé selon HébertPlus
Meurtre au Metropolis : Richard Bain change d'idéePlus
        Pas de saut en politique pour Pierre Karl PéladeauPlus
Labeaume et Coderre ignorent Rob FordPlus
         Spectaculaire vol dans un bureau de changePlus
Firmes collusionnaires: Québec continue à verser des extras Plus
        Une femme à un policier : «Tu es si désirable»Plus
Ukraine: Iatseniouk désigné premier ministrePlus
        Rendement annuel de 13,1 % à la Caisse de dépôtPlus

Sept collisions en 15 minutes sur la route 131Plus
        Sénateurs libéraux: faire de la politique autrementPlus
Sur les réseaux sociaux, il devenait une jeune fille ouverte sexuellementPlus
        Meurtre du soldat Rigby: prison à vie pour AdebolajoPlus
François Gendron sollicitera un 11e mandatPlus
        Frappe policière contre le crime organisé asiatiquePlus
La ministre Ouellet défend l'entente avec AlcoaPlus
        «Avant, j'étais agressif» ­ Bernard «Rambo» GauthierPlus
Breton appuie l'exploration pétrolière à l'île d'AnticostiPlus
        Collision mortelle à Sainte-Anne-des-MontsPlus

Inspecteur général: déjà des contrats dans la mirePlus
         Un motoneigiste perd la vie à Sainte-Agathe-des-MontsPlus
Poutine ordonne une inspection des troupes russesPlus


Ukraine crisis portends apocalypse

Always tempted to post an entire article, I have not.
You are already among the most knowledgeable
.01% Canadians regarding Ukraine's situation.
As the Letter below indicates Canada's
Leaders are ignorant or delusional
by flying off to Kiev to say
"Congrats! Well done!
Should you agree
Please tell them so
To: Letter to the Editor <>
Subject: Exclusion of Liberals and NDP in time may be to their benefit.
Bcc: 2--2-Community-ABO-AB-BC

Dear Editor,

Liberal criticism of the Harper Delegation to Ukraine that "This would have been a good opportunity for the government to show that it rises above partisanship." (1) is valid.  Valid first in being partisan in having other Canadian political parties excluded. Valid most importantly in ignoring either willfully or in ignorance, because of courting Ukrainian origin Canadians, the nature of those holding the reins of government in the Ukraine and the potential for difficulties arising from Russia acting is its geopolitical interests.  Interests that will be acted upon if deemed necessary, irregardless of Canadas's already uttered threat of retaliatory sanctions.

That those in control have been and will be "democratic" in their actions, that elections scheduled for May will of such a nature, are both questioned.(2)

It may be the Liberals and NDP will in time not regret but be thankful they were prevented by Canadian partisan politics from having showered blessings on those who now have taken power in Ukraine, 

Yours truly,

Joe Hueglin
5838 Mouland Avenue
Niagara Falls Ontario

(1) NDP and Liberals shut out of Conservative-led Ukraine delegation

(2) Cheering a 'Democratic' Coup in Ukraine