Saturday, April 26, 2014

Fw: Daily Digest April 25, 2014

On Saturday, April 26, 2014 10:10:21 AM, Joe Hueglin <> wrote:



>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>HEADLINES ACROSS CANADA<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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Funeral held for longtime Liberal Herb Gray
         Labour Minister says foreign workers change a message to all Canadian employers
Canada overstaffed 2012 Ukraine elections

Temporary foreign worker moratorium: 'We will see some restaurants close'
         At Issue: The Robocall "Scandal"
Canada vs. U.S. middle class: What the New York Times missed
         Net neutrality plan would lead to two-speed internet

Harper says Senate reform, abolition 'off table,' will abide by court decision
         Harper government agrees to major changes to Elections Act overhaul
History buff finds Saskatchewan pilot's stolen Second World War helmet
         Vets win right to win Arctic medal despite cold war between Ottawa and Moscow
Immigration board orders member of Sikh terror group deported from Canada
         Quebec hails SCOC Senate ruling but says it's more interested in the economy
Toronto doctor reveals secrets of hospital slang
         Exported MERS cases 'very likely,' WHO warns; Canada on the lookout, PHAC says
This week in health: World Malaria Day, food poisoning and more
         Measles illnesses off to fastest start in 18 years

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>YAHOO NEWS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Harper government agrees to major changes to Elections Act overhaul 6 hours ago
         Five options for Harper following the Supreme Court Senate decision 12 hours ago
Lawyers, form-filling agencies under fire for alleged fee-gouging of residential school survivors 7 hours ago
         2 men, 2 youths charged in alleged sex assaults on 4-year-old girl 10 hours ago
Anti-immigration group behind 'racist' Brampton flyer calls opponents 'cowards and quislings' 9 hours ago
         February surplus puts Ottawa on track to quicker-than-expected budget balance 9 hours ago
Home buyers face higher mortgage insurance costs next week 5 hours ago
         Saskatchewan premier says Senate abolition can't happen now 7 hours ago
Former prime ministers, other dignitaries turn out for ex-MP Herb Gray's funeral 8 hours ago
         Food services and the foreign worker program
Tom Mulcair on Senate reform and elections act amendments

Jason Kenney faces onslaught of criticism over temporary foreign worker moratorium
         B.C. teachers negotiations heading for stalemate
Ottawa overreacting with foreign-worker moratorium, Alberta says

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>BOURQUE NEWS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>National News Warch<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Raising the level of appointments only way to evolve Senate back to its constitutional purpose
         Senate reform: Stephen Harper decides it's not worth the effort
Harper reminded he's not omnipotent as court dashes Senate plans and Tories amend election bill
         Referendum on Senate reform a dead-end
At Issue: The Robocall "Scandal"
         Justin Trudeau needn't stress about the data: Canadians still don't feel rich
Why underage drinking at 24 Sussex Drive is no joke for the Harper Government
         Harper v. the Supreme Court: Five recent losses for the PM
Ottawa threatens to cut Telus out of wireless auction
         Supreme Court's opinion on Senate shows status quo is with us forever

Privacy watchdog awaits report on data loss in own office
         The Red Trough forever ­ apparently
Liberals relish Harper's Supreme Court defeat; 'The only realistic plan is the Trudeau plan,' Dion says
         Law enforcement struggling to shut down Internet pharmacies
Referendum on Senate reform a dead-end
         A flood of foreign workers drives up western unemployment
Landmark ruling on Senate reform looms large for Stephen Harper
         Making sense of Canada's middle-class distress debate
The one question about the senate the SCC didn't answer
         Hudak struggles against Ontario's voting history

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

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The Activist Post<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Motivated Reasoning and How It Works Regarding Vaccines
         How Monsanto Annihilated A Paradise & Turned It Into An Island Of Illness
Unelected Regime Begins Killing Spree in Eastern Ukraine
         Bavaria Newest State to Join Large GMO-Free Network

Top U.S. Diplomat: Russia Has Betrayed the "New World Order"
         Obama: We Will Go To War For Other Nations' Petty Territorial Disputes
Monsanto GM Soy Is Scarier Than You Think
         Increasingly, Robots of All Sizes Are Human Workmates
Putin: The Internet is a CIA 'Project'
         Quit Smoking the Natural Way with Yoga

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The Real News Network<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
TRNN Interviews Texas Family
         30,000 Chinese Factory Workers Strike Against Maker of Nike Sneakers
Federal Judge Rules U.S. Companies Can Be Sued for Aiding South African Apartheid Regime
         New Law Requires Swi
The Next Potential Financial Crisis - David Dayen Discusses
Why Is NC Blocking Lawsuits Against Toxic Waste?   
         The Frightening New Technology Transforming State Surveillance   
\"Silenced\" Film Explores the Human Toll of Obama\'s Crackdown on National Security Whistleblowers   
         In Landmark Ruling, U.S. Ordered to Release Memo Behind Targeted Killings of U.S. Citizens

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The European Union Times<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Asteroid explosions in Earth's atmosphere is common Source
         rmenia slams Turkey's condolences over World War 1 Source
US Hate Crime Reporting Act a "Dangerous Threat" to Free Speech Source
         ussia initiates military drills near Ukrainian border Source
Civil war breaks out in Ukraine, Syria-style Source

Le Canada est prêt à imposer d'autres sanctions contre la RussiePlus
         Ukraine: nouvelles sanctions américaines contre Moscou dès lundi Plus
Un sous-ministre passif devant la collusionPlus
         Ottawa génère un excédent de 5,1 milliards $ en févrierPlus
Comparution au tribunal: Magnotta apparaît très détenduPlus
         Une femme poursuit l'enfant qu'elle a tuéPlus
Prolongation des heures d'ouverture des bars : de l'alcool jusqu'à 5 h 30Plus
         La police de Gatineau démantèle un réseau de trafic de drogues dans une écolePlus
Pierre Karl Péladeau critique en économiePlus
         Le pays pris dans une «camisole de force», selon le PQPlus

Prison à vie confirmée pour l'ado de 17 ansPlus
         Prédateur sexuel: Mario Sanschagrin restera détenuPlus
Malaysia Airlines: des employés retenus par des famillesPlus
         Sénat: Harper «déçu» de la décision de la Cour suprêmePlus
La vente d'actifs d'Hydro et de la SAQ envisagée?Plus
         Plus de 8000 constats pour le congé de PâquesPlus
Tueur à gages abattu à Toronto: une vendetta de RizzutoPlus
         Des roses blanches pour GaboPlus
Réforme du Sénat: Ottawa ne peut agir seulPlus
         Un passager ivre force un avion à atterrir à BaliPlus


Subject: Unanimous ruling sets out roadmap to constitutional change | Toronto Star

The best article I have read on the Supreme Court Senate reference.  This was the most important Supreme Court ruling we are likely to see this century.