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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>HEADLINES ACROSS CANADA<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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Harper, Barroso meet to discuss stalled deal
         Lynne: Winning party should form government
Accused thanked 'Pierre' after election win
         BoC keeps overnight interest rate at 1%
Hudak on jobs plan math: 'I know I'm right.'
         Witness with immunity appears at robocalls trial
Wynne offers her own 20-day guarantee
         WHO wants details on new MERS cases
Today on the Hill: getting revved up for vets
         Leaders' debate: What you need to know

Harper slams Russia's 'aggressive behaviour' considers more military in East Europe
         I'll quit if I don't meet promises: Hudak

Quebec Liberals reveal 'serious' but 'responsible' budget
Prostitution bill targets johns and pimps, rather than prostitutes
Elections Canada still looking at 'complex' MP mailings matter
Star robocalls witness points to Michael Sona, Ken Morgan
Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin welcomes Clément Gascon to Supreme Court
Nigel Wright set to return to Onex, CEO says
Quebec budget: Philippe Couillard's 1st real test
Suicide bomber killed in Iraq part of wider jihadi base in Calgary
Anti-spam legislation means headaches for small business
Bank of Canada's Poloz keeps us guessing about economy
PCs contest Manitoba PST hike in court
NDP, Liberals decry process that made Daniel Therrien privacy watchdog
Hudak and Horwath strong – but Wynne ducks fatal blow
25 years after Tiananmen massacre, China still working to expunge its memory

Farms threaten migration of monarch butterflies
         Small Russian banks says Canadian sanctions against it likely a 'misunderstanding'
Prostitutes to be banned from selling sex in some public places
         Neil Joynt Case: Ex-OHL billet, retired gym teacher sued for $4.8M in sex abuse claim
Canadians are bucking the global computer virus trend
         Illegal tobacco trade 'a plague' in Central Canada
Blatchford: Mountie tells multiple-murder trial of bloody roadside stop
         Den Tandt: Tim Hudak clear winner in Ontario leaders debate
Fisher: Ukraine struggles to mirror Poland's break with Kremlin (with video)

Long-awaited prostitution bill outlaws purchase of sex, takes aim at pimps
         There is no last-minute scientific solution to fix climate change: study
Canada's benefits system denies and delays until claimants die, veterans say
         Canadian cardiologist killed in Pakistan remembered as selfless humanitarian
Quebec anti-corruption unit descends on Public Security Department offices
         Warrants issued for arrest of U.S., UK nationals in alleged bribery case

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

Infographic: What it would look like if as many Canadians had died as Syrians 4 hours ago
         Hudak turns Ontario PC campaign around with strong debate 8 hours ago
Accused in robocalls case thanked 'Pierre' after election win, witness testifies 14 minutes ago
         Canada's benefits system denies and delays until claimants die, veterans say 2 hours 4 minutes ago
B.C. teachers' strike: Students walk out despite warnings 3 hours ago
         High mercury levels form 'bull's-eye' around oilsands: study 9 minutes ago
City-branded Toronto condom design rolls out on Twitter 7 hours ago
         Videos show Canadian-American couple held in Afghanistan appealing for help 1 hour 18 minutes ago
NDP, Liberals decry process that made Daniel Therrien privacy watchdog 14 hours ago

         Was mutilated bear found in North Vancouver a victim of animal-parts trade?

Ontario PCs, NDP buy newspaper covers claiming a win in leaders' debate
         Did you miss the debate? Here are all the key video highlights
Cascade Aerospace employees who service military aircraft on strike in B.C.
         NDP calls for investigation into 'missing' Skypalace documents
Bell Canada overbills Ontario senior by $18K
         Ontario to fund Kalydeco 'within weeks'
Taxes on store-bought cigarettes and alcohol going up
         Quebec keeps 2015-16 goal for balancing the Canadian province's books
Radon level testing easy, important, expert says
         Arctic Bay hunters attacked by polar bear come home
Strong earthquake rumbles across Alaska Panhandle, jolting Yukon homes

Mapping the attack: D-Day and Normandy
         Art of war: Capturing horror and heroism
How news of the D-Day landing got out
        Ontario girl 'so excited' province will fund life-saving drug

NYC ban on big sugary drinks may be coming back
         Depression before menopause may be caused by brain protein: study
Hypnosis could replace medication in promoting better sleep: study

         Bilingualism may be the secret to a healthy aging brain: study
Canadian filmmaker branching out into restaurant business
         After 2 weeks, still no sign of cat lost by Air Canada in Montreal airport
Canadian magician planning 'risky' piece for Britain's Got Talent finale

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The Tyee<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Amid China's Broiling Growth, a Quiet Tiananmen Square
        One might think of Beijing these days as the city of spending and forgetting.
Employer Wrong on Class Size, Composition: Ungerleider
        Graduation rates not linked to class size, former deputy education minister says.
How MERS Could Topple the House of Saud, and Beyond
        It's not the virus alone, but how Gulf rulers have handled it, that's a threat.
Citizenship Reform Bill Needs 'Sober Second Thought': BCCLA
        Delivered today in Vancouver, 26,000-signature petition opposes Bill C-24.
A People's Plea: Don't Spy on Us
        Parliament heard this 'crowdsourced' testimony against Bill C-13's attack on citizens' privacy.
BC Stands By Approval of Large Thermal Coal Storage Expansion
        Legal challenge filed over green-lit growth of Texada Island
VIDEO: Like Independent Media? Check out Ricochet

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>HUFFINGTON POST<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Stephen Harper and the Climate Change Chamber of Secrets
         Canada's Having a Prostitution Debate, Just Not an Informed One
My Husband's Been Detained in Egypt 320 Days Without Charge
         Will Harper Follow Tony Abbott's Lead and Abolish the Information Commissioner?
How Dallaire Relived Rwanda in Canada
         The Student Who Was Lost, A Casualty Of Christy Clark's Cuts
How Foreign Aid Is Used To Buy Votes
         Canada Would Be Naïve To Legalize Marijuana Before the U.S. Does
Ontario's Next Government Must Strengthen Our Colleges
         Guess What Group Doesn't Hate Trudeau's Abortion Stance: Women

Trudeau's Stance on Abortion Was About Freedom
         The Liberal Government Has Left a Terrible, Inexcusable Legacy For Ontario
The Senate Loses One of Its Best as Romeo Dallaire Departs
         Let's Find an Israel-Palestine Solution for the Children
Why Temporary Foreign Workers Should Be Made Permanent Citizens
         What Happens After A Teachers' Strike, From A Student's Perspective
Forcing Liberals to Vote Pro-Choice Is a Step Too Far, Justin

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

Liberals clearly the 'party of choice' for OPPA ­ despite what union president says

Federal Liberal Leader Trudeau takes shot at Ont. PC Leader Tim Hudak's math
         Prostitution bill would make it illegal to buy, sell sex in public
Government orders federal departments to keep tabs on all demonstrations across country

Mounties investigating former Chretien chief of staff Fournier
         Star robocalls witness points to Michael Sona, Ken Morgan
High River's future depends on Temporary Foreign Worker Program: mayor
         A significant gesture
When you're the Khan, you don't need reasons
         From First Place to Bottom of the Class in One Bound
An inept Julian Fantino given a chance to act
         Whatever happened to being afraid of the government?
In debate format, Wynne can't run on, or hide from McGuinty's record
         Hudak only leader who gave the straight goods

Make secret prostitution poll public: Trudeau
         Hudak winner of Ontario election leaders' debate, poll shows

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>FOREIGN AFFAIRS<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>TerraViva Europe<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
U.S. Corporate Conflict Minerals Reports "Historic" But Incomplete
         &A: "We Need the Dissolution of NATO - It Has No Mission"
OP-ED: Climate Change Threatens the Wild Beauty of Small Islands
         lexible Biofuel Policies for Better Food Security
Defending European Consumers and Public Services Against International Corporations
         nternet Censorship Floods Serbia
Legislation Alone Will Not Address Africa's Climate Challenges
         exico Underlines Transformation in Global Climate Change Debate
New UNFPA Report Emphasizes Need for Investments in Midwifery 

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Canada Com<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Six rebels killed, three Ukrainian troops injured in latest violence
         Tight security at Tiananmen Square quashes any chance to commemorate 25th anniversary of bloody suppression
Fisher: Ukraine struggles to mirror Poland's break with Kremlin (with video)
         Photos June 4: Top images from around the world
Gallery: Queen Elizabeth's speech a display of pomp and power

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Reader Supported News<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Fukushima Disaster Still a Global Nightmare
"The corporate media silence on Fukushima has been deafening even though the melted-down nuclear power plant's seaborne radiation is now washing up on American beaches."

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>The European Union Times<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
Egypt finally gets a new president, a former army chief Source
         ur Galaxy may have 100 million life-sustaining planets Source
Saudi Arabia MERS death toll raises to 282 Source
         housands rally in Chile hoping to legalize marijuana Source
Obama Kills Top Philly Mob Boss Linked To JFK Assassination Source
         panish King Juan Carlos abdicates, Prince Felipe becomes new King Source
World's first Quantum Computer plays host to Quantum Physics Activity Source
         hite House Launches Anti-Putin Online Trolling Campaign Source
BBC's Jimmy Savile abused over 500 victims Source
         Snowden is happy in Russia but would like to move to Brazil Source

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Activist Post<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< OKAY
Syrian Voters Speak For Themselves (PHOTOS)
         The New World Order And The Rise Of The East
US Expats in Mexico Left Stranded In Latest FATCA Escalation
         Love your dog? Don't call the cops
Humanity In An All-Out Effort to Save Itself From Government

Child Selling Cupcakes? Illegal! Well, Maybe
         JUST SAY the War on Drugs
The NSA and Congress are Guilty of High Treason, Not Snowden
         Fusion Centers Treat Everyday Americans as Potential Terrorists!
Canada bans government meteorologists from talking about climate change
         Activists turn UK Prime Minister's country home into a 'fracking site'
BRICS nations hope to bankroll a changing world order
         So Long, Charging Cables: Wireless Power Is Coming
IRS Nets Offshore Data From 77,000 Banks, 70 Countries In FATCA Push
         U.S. Marshals Seize Cops' Spying Records to Keep Them From the ACLU

Circumcision, Vaccines and the Mark of the Beast
         Better Physical Fitness Linked to Higher Language Skills In Children
Bulgaria Stands Up To EU Over Full Ban On GM Crops
         How the FDA responds to Gardasil Injuries
WTC 7 Now A Proven Case Of Controlled Demolition
         Feds Collaborate With Wikipedia Editors to Improve 'Wikipedia Entries Relatedto Government Publications'

Sa femme jette sa bière, il appelle le 911Plus
         Ottawa veut rendre la prostitution illégalePlus
Budget: un régime minceur de 2,7 milliards Plus
         Budget: des économies dans les salaires des médecinsPlus
Budget: les partis d'opposition déçusPlus
         Budget Leitao: déficit zéro et hausse de taxesPlus
Mandat pancanadien contre James Lee BrathwaitePlus
         Un corps repêché dans la rivière GatineauPlus
L'UPAC à la Sécurité publiquePlus
         Syrie: Bachar al-Assad réélu avec 88,7% des voixPlus

Grève dans la construction: Hamad rassure LabeaumePlus
         Emprisonnement à vie pour Sonia CouturePlus
Tués à cause de canards: la vitesse en jeu?Plus
         Soupçonné d'acte indécent avec un concombrePlus
L'ex-chef de cabinet de Normandeau «en menait large»Plus
         Places en garderie: la création pourrait être retardéePlus
Tiananmen: 200 000 personnes se rassemblent à Hong KongPlus
         Irlande: 800 squelettes de bébés découverts Plus
Vol MH370: sur l'océan, elle dit avoir vu un avion en feuPlus
         Les talibans diffusent la vidéo de la libération de BergdahlPlus

Bergdhal: l'armée ne «fermera pas les yeux» s'il a désertéPlus
         Anciens combattants: pour des actions, pas des recommandationsPlus

        Il y aura 70 ans mercredi, plus de 10 000 hommes perdaient la vie lors du débarquement de Normandie. 21h56


The latest on the event that has shaped our world since"9/11"
WTC 7 Now A Proven Case Of Controlled Demolition
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Controlled Demolition of WTC 7 Now Proven

Guest Posting by 9/11 Consensus Panel

Professor Daniele Ganser's guest article on false flag attacks and his lecture on 9/11 will rescue you from the web of official lies spun by the government and presstitute media.

The latest research establishes that World Trade Center Building 7 was destroyed by controlled demolition. The press release below will suffice to inform you of the latest developments.

PRESS RELEASE:  World Trade Center Building 7's Controlled Demolition: 9/11 Consensus Panel Releases New Evidence from Witness Testimonies and Architectural Drawings

June 1, 2014 –The 24-member 9/11 Consensus Panel – which includes physicists, chemists, engineers, commercial pilots, attorneys and lawyers – today announced three new studies confirming the controlled demolition of World Trade Center 7.

The studies scientifically refute the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) claim that, for the first time in history, fire caused the sudden and complete collapse of a large, fire-protected, steel-framed building on 9/11.

(Note that whereas the Consensus Panel uses a scientific methodology to peer-review its work, the NIST report was not peer-reviewed.)

The first Panel study deals with the NIST computer simulations, which purported to show that fire-induced thermal expansion caused a girder to be pushed off its seat at Column 79, thereby initiating a global collapse of the entire 47-story building at 5:21 in the afternoon.

However, a recent FOIA request has produced WTC 7 architectural drawings showing that the NIST simulations omitted basic structural supports that would have made this girder failure impossible.

The second Consensus Panel study deals with NIST's claim that it did not recover any steel from this massive steel-frame skyscraper.

This is extraordinary, given the need to understand why a steel-frame building would have completely collapsed for the first time in history from fire alone, and to thereby prevent a recurrence.

The third Panel study shows that on September 11, 2001, many people were told hours in advance that WTC 7 was going to collapse.

MSNBC reporter Ashleigh Banfield said early in the afternoon: "I've heard several reports from several different officers now that that is the building that is going to go down next."

Many members of the New York Fire Department were confidently waiting for the building to come down:

Firefighter Thomas Donato: "We were standing, waiting for seven to come down. We were there for quite a while, a couple hours."

Assistant Commissioner James Drury: "I must have lingered there. There were hundreds of firefighters waiting to — they were waiting for 7 World Trade Center to come down."

Chief Thomas McCarthy: "So when I get to the command post, they just had a flood of guys standing there. They were just waiting for 7 to come down."

In addition, CNN and the BBC made premature announcements.
This foreknowledge corroborates the evidence presented in previous Consensus Points (WTC7-1 to WTC7-5) that WTC 7 was brought down by controlled demolition.
Source:            The 9/11 Consensus Panel   @911consensus

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Co-founders:    David Ray Griffin, Elizabeth Woodworth


About Dr. Paul Craig RobertsPaul Craig Roberts was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy and associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. He was columnist for Business Week, Scripps Howard News Service, and Creators Syndicate. He has had many university appointments. His internet columns have attracted a worldwide following. Roberts' latest books are The Failure of Laissez Faire Capitalism and Economic Dissolution of the West and How America Was Lost.
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