Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Fw: Daily Digest June 2, 2014

On Tuesday, June 3, 2014 8:19:50 AM, Joe Hueglin <phoenix.rising@bellnet.ca> wrote:

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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>CP<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Hudak,
Feds appeal ruling on expat voters
         Harper on U.S. climate-change coal crackdown: been there, done that
Ontario leaders get set for election debate
         Today on the Hill: court appearances, security and pipeline testimony
Ontario leaders get set for election debate
         Harper heads to Europe for G7, D-Day, with Putin 'aggression' on his mind

PM's choice for privacy commissioner called 'creepy' by Tom Mulcair
         Apple unveils OS X 10.10 Yosemite, iOS 8 with HealthKit
Privacy watchdog cancels cyberbullying bill appearance
         U.S. carbon dioxide limits touted by EPA as economically wise
Michael Sona robocalls trial told he discussed voter suppression
         Michael Sona's former roommate kicks off robocalls testimony
Barack Obama sets 2020 emissions target for U.S. power plants
         National Conservation Plan ignores national parks, wilderness
Marine areas better protected by China than Canada, report finds
         Ontario election debate: Leaders seek to drive message home

Ottawa set to reveal new coal plant regulations
         Canada failing to meet 2020 emissions targets
Apple unveils iOS 8 with Healthkit, OS X Yosemite read 173comments
         Dramatic before and after views of D-Day sites
U.S. soldier freed by Taliban in prisoner swap 'was a deserter'
         U.S. CO2 limits touted as economically wise read556 commentsvideo
Ontario Provincial Police Association launches Hudak attack ads read 649comments
         Canadian CEO pay jumped 11% in 2013 read892comments
China disrupts Google services ahead of Tiananmen anniversary read 148comments
         Candidates will reinforce campaign talking points while dodging the elusive 'knock-out punch'

Ontario election 2014: Wynne called election to bury Ornge report, PCs say
         Ontario election 2014 debate: Leaders seek to drive message home
Light armoured vehicle rollovers led to more than 50 casualties
         Obama's carbon-cutting plan might go up in smoke: Don Pittis
Michael Sona robocalls trial told he discussed voter suppression
         U.S. carbon dioxide limits touted by EPA as economically wise
Light armoured vehicle rollovers led to more than 50 casualties
         Uber takes on taxi companies in Canada
U.S. move on coal emissions not a free ride for Canada
         Target launch leaves retailers wary of coming to Canada

Plains Midstream charged in Red Deer River pipeline spill
         Physician heal thyself of burnout
Canada ranks last among 10 countries in protecting marine areas

Former escort testifies at preliminary hearing of former Stephen Harper aide
         Sona's lawyer questions Crown witness as robocalls trial begins
Report on Veterans Charter to urge improvements
         Reevely: Hudak's plan is bold, but not necessarily clear
Reevely: How Toronto ate the provincial campaign
         Reevely: Cut Ontario's regulatory burden and we'll strike oil

Simon Fraser University expanding web sleuth program to track child exploitation
         Missile defence program would mean smoother decisions, clearer threats: general
Officials say potash experiment has killed zebra mussels at infested harbour
         Planned prostitution law aims at 'protecting vulnerable,' MacKay says
Royal Canadian Air Force takes to skies over Romania amid Ukraine crisis
         The Healthy Plate: Recipe for baked prosciutto-wrapped jalapeno poppers
Cute and prickly: Despite laws banning them, hedgehogs finding homes as family pets
         The Healthy Plate: Recipe for open-faced stuffed portobello sandwiches
Chanel No 5, other perfumes at risk from EU rules
         Doctors use immune therapy against cervical cancer

Studies show promise for new drugs in lung, leukemia, ovarian cancers; some raise cost concern
         Sun safety: not just for the beach
The end of chemo? Doctors rethink the one size fits all treatment
         Cheap chemo drug boosts survival for men with advanced prostate cancer

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>YAHOO NEWS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Plans to pipe oilsands crude to Quebec would barely benefit province: report 34 minutes ago
         New Brunswick coasts are at risk, climate change report says 5 hours ago
Crown outlines gruesome details of alleged serial murders at B.C. trial 1 hour 55 minutes ago
         Accused in robocalls trial discussed voter suppression, court told 5 hours ago
Canadian nun predicted her captivity in Cameroon was coming to an end 3 hours ago
         Canada's new prostitution laws look a lot like the old prostitution laws, survey shows 7 hours ago
Canadian CEO pay jumped 11% in 2013 6 hours ago
         Albertans react to Desmond Tutu's visit to oilsands 22 hours ago
Why are Ontarians ignoring the Liberal scandals? 5 hours ago
         Fishermen rescued from ice floe off N.L. coast 11 hours ago
Mutual fund salesman faked signatures, couple out $80K 9 hours ago

Only 100 people found homeless in Nunavut, but the rest remain hidden
         Ontario police union takes unprecedented step of producing political attack ads
What each of Ontario's party leaders needs to do to win Tuesday's televised debate
         Chia seed salmonella outbreak prompts B.C. recall
Banff's 'ghost bride' haunts new Canadian coin
         Ivany report panel named by Stephen McNeil
Nova Scotia cyberbullying unit seeks personal data from Facebook, Google
         Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk highway not behind schedule: DOT

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The Tyee<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Why the Petro-Divestment Movement Is Unstoppable
         Swelling numbers see only governments can keep life-threatening fossil fuels in ground.
Who Needs $80 Billion? Starve Us Some More!
         How zero political debate about government revenue is destroying Canada.
'Poachers, Polluters and Politics': A Fishery Officer Reflects
         Memoir offers a rare, funny glimpse into one man's duty to defend the fish.
I Asked You, Tyee Reader, Is My Generation Screwed?
         Here's what millennials, boomers and one 'old fart' had to say.
Why Edward Snowden Chose Glenn Greenwald
         Former Guardian journalist reveals how he netted the news story of a decade.
'It's the Hamster's Ass'
         Liven up your lexicon with slang that truly reflects the way we live now.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Vancouver Observer<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Bob Rae calls treaties the "trillion dollar exchange" that created two worlds we must now bridge
         "We have two worlds. We have two narratives. We have two understandings. And we have these gaps."
Desmond Tutu calls tar sands the product of "negligence and greed"
         "The oil sands are emblematic of an era that must end".
"Oilblood" re-imagines Harper with Baroque vengeance
         Adam Hill's "Oilblood" recaptures the spirit of Baroque vengeance, but this time it's put in service of Mother Nature herself.
Why I joined the fracking protest at Burnaby's Chevron refinery
         On Friday May 30, I went to the Chevron Refinery in Burnaby to show my support for the three activists who had secured their necks to a gate with D-locks. The police were getting ready to cut the...
Conservatives defend suppression of debate over controversial citizenship bill
         Opposition MP asks why the government doesn't just "tape every single mouth in this House" when presented with new time limits to debate the new citizenship bill.

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

Critics decry new Privacy Commissioner's appointmet
         Liberal MP criticizes Harper's use of 2010 abortion vote
Autism does not equal murderous rage


Decoding the body language of party leaders in Ontario election campaign
         Energy Wars: First Nations group says process to expand oilsands 'like an environmental horror story'
How one line in a debate lives on years later
         Canada's long struggle for reproductive rights

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

Inside the new federal pay system
         Provincial pension plan the kind of policy we should be debating
Preliminary hearing for former Stephen Harper aide Bruce Carson starts Monday

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

meteorologists told to focus on day-to-day weather, forget about longer-term trends
Meanwhile, National Conservation Plan ignores national parks, wilderness

Abacus: Libs 37% PCs 30% Ndp 24% Grn 7%
Hudak, Wynne, and Horwath giddy up for TV debate .. . How one line in a debate lives on years later

The Byliners & Co ..
: Military shouldn't probe CF sexual assaults
Cooper: Why female commentators turn down TV appearances
Leger: Ottawa-tocrats busy making unforced errors
Selley: Trudeau's ideological purity test
Solberg: Real #change doesn't happen on Twitter
Yakabuski: The self-performed lobotomy of the left
Accountability from Harper's privacy watchdog ?
Michael Sona robocalls trial starts today
Bruce Carson preliminary hearing starts today

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

Liberals lead Tories by 7; Closer race among likely voters

A showdown between Wynne and Hudak: EKOS poll
         Conservative MP leaves NATO briefing binder at airport

Trudeau's ideological purity test a worrying blunder for the Liberals
         Why so many female commentators turn down TV appearances
How one line in a debate lives on years later
         Tim Hudak and the folly of the BIG promise
Wynne 'playing politics' with Madi's meds pledge: Mom

How city hall works hard to hurt homeless
         Tories reject nomination papers of one Mike Lake challenger
Liberal MP criticizes Harper's use of 2010 abortion vote
         Pro-lifers to target nominations, MPs in next federal election
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>FOREIGN AFFAIRS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The European Union Times<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Thai Army deploys troops, threatens protesters with mass arrests Source
         Weird Photo Shoot At Bilderberg Hotel Source
Anonymous Blows MH370 Mystery Wide Open Source
         Russia threatens to cut off gas supply to Ukraine by June 3 Source
Britons will back UKIP again in 2015 national election Source
         China calls banks to stop using IBM servers over US espionage fears Source
Indonesia volcano disrupts flights in Australia Source
         US media now pushes for transgender as new civil rights task Source
UK threatens to exit EU over European Commission head Source
         California fracking ban bill fails despite strong public support Source

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

Spain's King Juan Carlos To Abdicate For Son, Prince Felipe
         Cynicism Is Toxic – OpEd
Moscow Blocks Military Functions Of US GPS Stations On Russian Soil
         Mexico: Both Victim And Victimiser In Cyberespionage
Just Assume We Have A Climate Crisis – OpEd
         How Highly Educated Immigrants Raise Native Wages – Analysis
Tajikistan: 'Insult' Ruling Against News Outlet
         On What The Pope Taught – OpEd
New Members Of Palestine Unity Government Named

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Activist Post<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
New Nanotech May Allow Energy Storage in Your Clothes
         'Mega-Earth': Astronomers Find a New Type of Earth-like Planet
Mind Control Scientists Find New Memory Manipulation Technology
         How to Make Butter Coffee For Focus
New Study Shows Why Roundup Herbicide (Glyphosate) Should Be Banned
         Transhumanist Singularity – The Ultimate Escapist Agenda
What Obama Told Us At West Point
         Farmland's Protection Against Inflation

Evacuation-Level Radiation Spikes Hit Coast to Coast in US
         The End of Oppression - Part 1: The Problem
Chairman of Goldman Sachs Confronted on Bilderberg Secrecy
         Bilderberg's Financial Records Revealed – Expenses, Funding, and Tax Docs
Response to the WSJ Article: "Organic Farming Is Not Sustainable"
         Marijuana Safer Than 'Every Other Medicine', Says Doctor
Antipsychotic Medication During Pregnancy Does Affect Babies: 7-year Study
         Who Stole the Weather? Chemtrails and Geoengineering
Obama's Plan To Use Military Against U.S. Citizens Domestically Outlined In DoD Directive
         Study: Silk Road May Have Reduced Drug Violence

Did HAZMAT crews respond to a radiological event in San Francisco Sunday?
         Google is building 180 satellites to spread internet access worldwide
How Wealthy Elites Are Hijacking Democracy All Over the World
         Anti-marijuana candidate loses in Uruguay primary
Supreme Court declines case to determine if open carry bans are Constitutional
         12 Ways Apple Cider Vinegar Will Revolutionize Your Health
How "Accounting Mistakes" Cost California Taxpayers $32 Billion This Year
         Mass Water Shut-Offs, Mass Incarceration At Mound Road Prison For Protesters
Half of the World's Food Is Thrown Away
         Buy Emergency Survival Kits with Bitcoin
The Link Between Diet and Depression

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> http://www.commondreams.org/ <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Obama's EPA Plan vs. Climate Catastrophe: 'Fighting a Wildfire with a Garden Hose'
Supreme Court Sides with DOJ in Attack on Press Freedom
Jane Goodall: Governments Must Challenge Fossil Fuel Corporations
Karzai: US Deals for Soldier, But Not for Afghan Peace?
Obama Takes Crack at Climate Action

Food Rebellions: Crisis and the Hunger for Justice
Janet Redman and Wenonah Hauter: EPA's Carbon Rule Falls Short of Real Emissions Reduction
Trevor Timm: Make No Mistake, This Case Is a Direct Attack on the Press
Rebecca Solnit: #YesAllWomen Changes the Story
Paul Buchheit: Toward the Total Paralysis of an Unequal Society

Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap: Corporations Are Not People. Period.
Jeremy Rifkin: Beyond Obama's Plan: A New Economic Vision for Addressing Climate Change
Center for Biological Diversity: Obama Power Plant Plan Doesn't Cut Carbon Pollution Quickly Enough
Friends of the Earth: Statement on EPA's Clean Air Act Rules for Existing Power Plants
Move to Amend Calls on Congress to Abolish Corporate Personhood

Les médecins refusent une nouvelle offre de QuébecPlus
         Un bateau de glace fond dans la Manche Plus
Le sergent Bergdahl, héros ou déserteur? Plus
         Soeur Gilberte rassure ses consoeurs du QuébecPlus
Une ambassade pour les extraterrestres au Canada?Plus
         New York: 2 enfants poignardés par un inconnu, un mortPlus
Jugée pour un accident mortel causé par des canardsPlus
         Métro: reprise du service sur la ligne orange Plus
Québec dit oui au projet de cimenterie en GaspésiePlus
         L'ex-vp de Roche au coeur du financement politiquePlus

Deux personnes tuées dans une collision avec un trainPlus
         Des photos de mineurs nus sur Facebook Plus
Espagne: le roi Juan Carlos abdique Plus
         Les policiers de Granby poursuivent un orignalPlus
Les talibans menacent le second tour des électionsPlus
         Snowden a adressé une demande d'asile au BrésilPlus
Accident de paramoteur en GaspésiePlus
         Somme record pour le 27e Téléthon Opération Enfant SoleilPlus
Prostitution: une majorité en faveur de la répressionPlus
         Les victimes des prêtres veulent rencontrer Mgr LacroixPlus

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To: JOE HUEGLIN <joe.hueglin@bellnet.ca>
Subject: [NikontheNumbers] - Tim Hudak and the folly of the BIG PROMISE


Hope all is well. If you are interested, there is a new topic on the blog about the Ontario election.