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    Malley Finally Evan s House essay reflects on the data stemming from the first national household survey since the federal government scrapped the long form census Listen Kenney says more changes coming to temporary foreign workers program Saturday May 4 2013 Categories This week on The House we ask Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney if the changes announced this week to the temporary foreign workers program are just the beginning or will there be more to come On a week when the Conservatives celebrated their second year in majority government the Auditor General s report was not the present they were looking for We ask CBC s National Affairs Editor Chris Hall and political columnist with the National Post Tasha Kheiriddin what impact Michael Ferguson s report will have on the federal government We hear from Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and the NDP s Foreign Affairs Critic Paul Dewar on the politics behind Qatar s bid to move the headquarters for the International Civil Aviation Organization based Montreal to Doha in 2016 A CBC News investigation has uncovered a 250 million mystery at the heart of Canada s ambitious shipbuilding program CBC s Senior Correspondent Terry Milewski is here with the details including the government s response Plus we ask CBC political blogger and House contributer Kady O Malley why are a growing number of Conservative MPs are refusing to distribute taxpayer funded flyers or ten percenters as they are known attacking Liberal leader Justin Trudeau Finally listen to Evan s House essay as he reflects on corruption and its threat to democracy WEB EXTRA Listen to Evan s interview with NDP Leader Andrea Horwath and find out what is weighing into her decision Will she support the Ontario budget or not Listen May budget first test for Kathleen Wynne Saturday April 27 2013 Categories This week on The House Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne will face her first test as leader of a minority Liberal government when she tables her first budget next Thursday Conservative leader Tim Hudak has already indicated he will vote against it Will there be enough in the budget for Andrea Horwath s NDP to support it or will the budget be defeated and Ontarians be forced to the polls The battle over the proposed Keystone XL pipeline turned into a war of words this week between federal N atural Resources Minister Joe Oliver and world renowned climate scientist James Hansen Oliver accused Hansen of crying wolf and exaggerating the environmental impact of Canada s oil sands Hansen hit back saying the Canadian government is a Neanderthal when it comes to climate change issues Listen to the full interview here Nova Scotia tabled a new anti cyberbullying bill this week that would give victims some recourse and would impose fines even jail time on offenders We ask the province s Justice Minister Ross Landry what whether the new legislation will make criminals out of teenagers Conservatives Leon Benoit and Brent Rathgeber weigh in on the right of MPs to speak their minds Plus CBC political blogger Kady O Malley lays out what the Speaker s ruling means for debate and democracy in the House of Commons Finally listen to Evan s House essay on Prime Minister Stephen Harper s contention that now is not the time to commit sociology and Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre s much tweeted line that the root cause of terrorism is terrorists Listen Dealing with the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings Saturday April 20 2013 Categories This week on The House in the aftermath of the Boston bombings Evan Solomon talks to Ray Boisvert CEO and President of Integrated Strategies and a former assistant director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service about how Canada responds when the U S is attacked We also hear from John Manley President and CEO of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives and Tom Ridge President and CEO of Ridge Global After 9 11 Manley was named chair of a cabinet committee on Public Security and Anti terrorism and Tom Ridge was his U S counterpart and the first U S Secretary of Homeland Security Then Justin Trudeau s first week as Liberal leader was no honeymoon He faced Conservative attack ads and Prime Minister Stephen Harper accused Trudeau of trying to rationalize the Boston bombings Toronto Star parliamentary reporter Tonda McCharles and Canadian Press Ottawa bureau chief Rob Russo join us to review Trudeau s first week While things are heating up in Ottawa in British Columbia Adrian Dix and the NDP are gearing up to challenge the Liberals 12 year reign in next month s election Evan Solomon talks to The Vancouver Sun s provincial affairs political columnist Vaughn Palmer about the race And finally CBC political blogger Kady O Malley talks about a bill that was and then wasn t Listen Tom Mulcair s NDP readies for 2015 Saturday April 13 2013 Categories This week on The House Evan Solomon travels to Montreal where the federal New Democrats are gathering for their first policy convention since electing Tom Mulcair as leader We ask Mulcair how he intends to recast the party ahead of the next federal election While the NDP debates policy the federal Liberals will choose a new leader on Sunday With all eyes on Justin Trudeau the perceived frontrunner in the race we ask Gloria Galloway parliamentary reporter for The Globe and Mail and John Ivison political columnist for the National Post what impact a possible Trudeau win will have on Mulcair s NDP New Democrats will also discuss hundreds of resolutions put forth by their members touching on everything from their socialist roots to the nationalization of the oil industry to dolphins CBC blogger Kady O Malley walks us through the process and explains why some resolutions will get voted on while others will never reach the convention floor Joseph Stiglitz economist and Nobel Prize winner is also one of the most influential voices guiding Mulcair s economic

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thehouse/ (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC.ca - Image Gallery - Jack Layton: 1950-2011
    battle with cancer Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement More Galleries Elijah Harper dies Justin Trudeau takes Liberal leadership Liberal Leadership Showcase highlights Military might in the two Koreas Kathleen Wynne sworn in More Galleries CBC Global Footer CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool Kids CBC Wonder World Music News

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  • CBC.ca - Business: Tax Season
    ET Working abroad won t spare you from tax hit at home 9 07 AM ET 6 tax tips for parents 12 46 PM ET Pay taxes like the rich by taking the long view 12 54 PM ET Tuesday is tax deadline 6 things to consider when paying to get your taxes done 2 34 PM ET Canada best place in G8 to pay business taxes 4 10 PM ET Tax Tips for 2013 Tax changes 7 changes for the 2012 tax year to be aware of New deductible medical expenses easier online filing and other changes Tax trivia Facts and figures showing how much tax Canadians pay 16 bits of tax trivia for those who are nuts about numbers Foreign income Working abroad won t spare you from tax hit at home Tax treaties help ease tax burden but not entirely Tax consultants 6 things to consider when paying to get your taxes done Come prepared and have a clear understanding of what services you need Trends RESPs Education savings plans are profitable but undervalued RESPs are a smart way of funding post secondary education Tax dodgers 10 of the worst tax dodgers in recent history From actors to politicians many have no shame about snubbing tax man Self employed EI Self employed slow to take up employment insurance Less than 0 5 have opted for coverage that offers parental sick benefits Advice Income Splitting 6 ways income splitting could cut your tax bill Passing along family income to the lower earning spouse can be smart option Tax tips 9 tax filing tips that will save you money From income splitting to transferring unused credits Tax myths 10 tax filing myths that could cost you money Misinformation misunderstandings abound when it comes to tax system Most Recent Watch

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/features/taxes/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Photo galleries - CBC News
    Science Community Weather Video Business Photo Galleries an error occurred while processing this directive Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Google Ads CBC Global Footer CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool Kids CBC Wonder World Music News Parents Program Guide Radio Sports Television CBC Member Centre CBC Player CBC Shop Corporate About CBC Transparency and Accountability

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  • Competition bureau probes Canadian link to bank scandal - Canada - CBC News
    names of traders at the five banks that allegedly took part in the scheme and also turned over electronic records to back up the allegations the documents say The alleged offences were carried out through emails and Bloomberg instant messages between IRD traders at the participant banks and employees of cash brokers who had influence in setting the yen LIBOR rates the documents state These requests for changes in the yen LIBOR were often initiated by one trader and subsequently acknowledged by the trader to whom the communication was sent The documents also suggest that the investigation has not gone smoothly with a series of requests for delays and RBS s court challenge that questions the legal validity of the probe in the first place Lawyers challenge jurisdiction The bank did not return calls this week but court papers show it is arguing that the Competition Bureau lacks the jurisdiction to demand internal documents which are held in the United Kingdom The bank s lawyers are also challenging the constitutionality of the section of the Canadian law under which the order was made RBS lawyers asked for assurance that the bureau would not go after its Canadian branch but the prosecutor refused Penalties in Canada depending on when the offences were committed can reach as high as 25 million in fines or 14 years in prison The challenge was initially slated to be heard no later than June 30 but the court says that too has been delayed and no date has yet been set for arguments on the side issue An industry watchdog the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada launched its own investigation last week into whether the Canadian version of LIBOR CDOR the Canadian dealer offered rate could have been subject to insider price fixing IIROC said there was no smoking gun that set off the review but decided increased scrutiny would be appropriate given the expanding nature of the LIBOR scandal The case is not related to a lawsuit in the United States that names the Royal Bank of Canada in a group of 16 involved in setting the main U S dollar denominated LIBOR RBC has denied any wrongdoing in that case The Canadian Press 2012 Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Regions British Columbia Kamloops Calgary Edmonton Saskatchewan Saskatoon Manitoba Thunder Bay Sudbury Windsor Kitchener Waterloo Hamilton Toronto Ottawa Montreal New Brunswick Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Newfoundland Labrador North Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Top News Headlines Canadian Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package more Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies Some telecom analysts question whether it s at all possible for a new national competitor to go head to head against the

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2012/07/15/canada-libor-link-probed.html (2013-06-03)
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  • LIBOR fixing criminal probe launched - Business - CBC News
    when she tried to return the package more Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies Some telecom analysts question whether it s at all possible for a new national competitor to go head to head against the incumbent carriers and carve out their own slice of the Canadian telecom pie more China poultry plant fire kills at least 119 A massive fire breaks out at a poultry plant in northeastern China trapping workers inside a cluttered slaughterhouse and killing at least 119 people more Don Pittis Goodbye kudos Carney hello Poloz party pooper An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis Mark Carney departs the Bank of Canada as a shining hero who lowered interest rates but new governor Stephen Poloz has a far more difficult task more Violence flares on 4th day of Turkish protests Violence has flared in Istanbul between a group of demonstrators and police on the fourth day of protests set off by a brutal police crackdown of a peaceful environmental protest more Must Watch Latest Business Headlines Don Pittis Goodbye kudos Carney hello Poloz party pooper An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis Mark Carney departs the Bank of Canada as a shining hero who lowered interest rates but new governor Stephen Poloz has a far more difficult task more Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies Some telecom analysts question whether it s at all possible for a new national competitor to go head to head against the incumbent carriers and carve out their own slice of the Canadian telecom pie more RBS Canada drops challenge over release of LIBOR scandal records The Canadian affiliate of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group has dropped its challenge against a court order compelling it to release documentation to the Competition Bureau as part of the agency s investigation into the manipulation of the interbank interest rate known as the LIBOR more Starbucks bans smoking within 8 metres of stores Starting Saturday Starbucks will ban smokers from lighting up a cigarette outside any of their 7 000 coffee shops across the U S and Canada within the bounds of the company s leased space more B C officially opposes Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline The B C government has officially expressed its opposition to a proposal for the Northern Gateway pipeline project saying it fails to address the province s environmental concerns more More Headlines Lang O Leary Exchange WATCH Recent shows and interviews Amanda and Kevin s recent discussions about business news and newsmakers Markets TSX COMPOSITE Rotate stock indices Pause stock rotation Show previous stock PLAY Jun 03 2013 12 00 AM ET Jun 03 2013 12 00 AM ET Jun 03 2013 12 00 AM ET Jun 03 2013 12 00 AM ET Jun 03 2013 12 00 AM ET Index Last Trade Change TSX COMPOSITE 12650 42 96 13 DOW 15115 57 208

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2012/07/06/libor-criminal-investigation.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Canadian Barclays exec admits to ordering false LIBOR reports - Business - CBC News
    government The Bank of England as the institution that is responsible for the stability of the system and has the expertise and visibility across the entire market I mean their views are extremely relevant here The false rates reported at this time were only part of the investigation Investigators also found that individual traders at Barclays had persuaded colleagues to submit false rates in the hope of manipulating LIBOR to their advantage The Associated Press 2012 Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Top News Headlines Canadian Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package more Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies Some telecom analysts question whether it s at all possible for a new national competitor to go head to head against the incumbent carriers and carve out their own slice of the Canadian telecom pie more China poultry plant fire kills at least 119 A massive fire breaks out at a poultry plant in northeastern China trapping workers inside a cluttered slaughterhouse and killing at least 119 people more Don Pittis Goodbye kudos Carney hello Poloz party pooper An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis Mark Carney departs the Bank of Canada as a shining hero who lowered interest rates but new governor Stephen Poloz has a far more difficult task more Violence flares on 4th day of Turkish protests Violence has flared in Istanbul between a group of demonstrators and police on the fourth day of protests set off by a brutal police crackdown of a peaceful environmental protest more Must Watch Latest Business Headlines Don Pittis Goodbye kudos Carney hello Poloz party pooper An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis Mark Carney departs the Bank of Canada as a shining hero who lowered interest rates but new governor Stephen Poloz has a far more difficult task more Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies Some telecom analysts question whether it s at all possible for a new national competitor to go head to head against the incumbent carriers and carve out their own slice of the Canadian telecom pie more RBS Canada drops challenge over release of LIBOR scandal records The Canadian affiliate of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group has dropped its challenge against a court order compelling it to release documentation to the Competition Bureau as part of the agency s investigation into the manipulation of the interbank interest rate known as the LIBOR more Starbucks bans smoking within 8 metres of stores Starting Saturday Starbucks will ban smokers from lighting up a cigarette outside any of their 7 000 coffee

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2012/07/16/barclays-libor-probe.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Barclays settles LIBOR manipulation charges - Business - CBC News
    financial crime at the British agency said in a statement The integrity of benchmark reference rates is of fundamental importance to both U K and international financial markets Firms making submissions must not use those submissions as tools to promote their own interests Barclays President Bob Diamond also announced he and three senior bank executives were waiving any bonus for the year as a result of the case The other executives include Group Finance Director Chris Lucas Chief Operating Officer Jerry del Missier and Chief Executive of Corporate and Investment Banking Rich Ricci The Associated Press 2012 Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Top News Headlines Canadian Revenue Agency mails private records to wrong person The federal privacy commissioner is investigating the Canada Revenue Agency after it mailed confidential financial records on other taxpayers to a B C woman and failed to get them back when she tried to return the package more Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies Some telecom analysts question whether it s at all possible for a new national competitor to go head to head against the incumbent carriers and carve out their own slice of the Canadian telecom pie more China poultry plant fire kills at least 119 A massive fire breaks out at a poultry plant in northeastern China trapping workers inside a cluttered slaughterhouse and killing at least 119 people more Don Pittis Goodbye kudos Carney hello Poloz party pooper An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis Mark Carney departs the Bank of Canada as a shining hero who lowered interest rates but new governor Stephen Poloz has a far more difficult task more Violence flares on 4th day of Turkish protests Violence has flared in Istanbul between a group of demonstrators and police on the fourth day of protests set off by a brutal police crackdown of a peaceful environmental protest more Must Watch Latest Business Headlines Don Pittis Goodbye kudos Carney hello Poloz party pooper An economy threatening to improve can be bad for a central banker s popularity writes Don Pittis Mark Carney departs the Bank of Canada as a shining hero who lowered interest rates but new governor Stephen Poloz has a far more difficult task more Can anyone take on top 3 telecom companies Some telecom analysts question whether it s at all possible for a new national competitor to go head to head against the incumbent carriers and carve out their own slice of the Canadian telecom pie more RBS Canada drops challenge over release of LIBOR scandal records The Canadian affiliate of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group has dropped its challenge against a court order compelling it to release documentation to the Competition Bureau as part of the agency s investigation into the manipulation of the interbank interest rate known as the LIBOR more Starbucks bans smoking within 8

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2012/06/27/libor-cftc-barclays-settlement.html (2013-06-03)
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