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  • Turkey's PM rejects protesters' dictator label - World - CBC News
    manipulated by an opposition unable to beat the government at the ballot box He said 89 police vehicles 42 private cars four buses and 94 businesses were destroyed by the vandalism of the past two days Alluding to his party s strong base Erdogan said he had the power to summon much larger numbers of his supporters at rallies Our supporters are calling and saying are we going to stay silent but I am urging calm he said in an interview with Haberturk television Erdogan reiterated that his government would not back away from plans to uproot trees at Taksim as part of his urban renovation plans for the area In a statement that could cause more controversy he also declared that a mosque would be built at Taksim The mosque plans have long been contentious because it would further shrink the green spaces in Istanbul s city centre Some argue that there are already plenty of mosques around Taksim I am not going to seek the permission of the the opposition or a handful of looters Erdogan said He also defended his government s environmental record saying it had planted two billion trees and built 160 parks since coming to office in 2002 In Berlin meanwhile about 500 people staged a peaceful solidarity protest outside the Turkish Embassy The people are finally standing up speaking up and fighting for their rights said Hakan Tas a deputy for the Left Party in Berlin s local assembly who took part in the protest In Greece s second largest city Thessaloniki 1 000 people many of them Turkish students marched peacefully to the Turkish consulate shouting slogans against Erdogan Police blocked them from reaching the building The Associated Press 2013 Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Top News Headlines Pistorius family shaken by bloody bathroom images Oscar Pistorius family is shaken by the graphic leaked images broadcast by a British television station that purport to show the bloodied bathroom where the Olympian fatally shot his girlfriend on Valentine s Day more Turkey s PM rejects protesters dictator label Turkey s prime minister rejected claims that is an authoritarian leader dismissing protesters as an extremist fringe even as hundreds moved back into the landmark square that was the site of the fiercest anti government outburst in years more Train derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont A train trestle over the Wahnapitae River near Sudbury Ont collapsed on Sunday sending freight cars plummeting into the water police say more Syrian rebels Hezbollah battle in worst clash in Lebanon Syrian rebels fought with the gunmen from the Hezbollah militia in a deadly clash on Lebanese soil a security official and local media said Sunday in the latest sign Syria s civil war is spilling over the country s borders more Queen s coronation made history for Canada and for television It was a ceremony steeped in pomp pageantry and centuries

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2013/06/02/turkey-ankara-protest-aftermath.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Cooke faces the music for his hit-from-behind on McQuaid | Hockey | CBC Sports
    I think they had to make the call Julien has no issue with Cooke ruling Julien went on to remark that he didn t have an issue with no additional suspension for Cooke Other than the Penguins losing their third line left wing early in the second period the Cooke on McQuaid incident did not affect the outcome of the game The Bruins failed to capitalize on the three minute power play as the result of the Cooke penalty and roughing minor to Bruins centre Chris Kelly The difference was Boston s dynamite playoff performer David Krejci who scored twice Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask who earned his first career playoff shutout the Bruins dominance in the faceoff circle and the Penguins emotions getting the better of them Even Pittsburgh star Evgeni Malkin wound up fighting Boston s Patrice Bergeron at the end of the second period Anytime you see Evgeni Malkin fighting he s away from his game Cooke said Emotions were high We hadn t played in eight days It s a different game than we ve seen It s round three and I think it was an eye opener for us Expectations of how the games are going to go have to change and I think it s healthy for us It s good to get it out and we can move forward We need to do a better job managing it We have to understand it s a tighter game it s tighter checking There is not as much space That s all in the competition of round three When you expect it you re not going to react quite as aggressive as if you re caught off guard by it End of Story Content Back to accessibility links Story Social Media Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback End of Story Social Media Prev Reformed Matt Cooke has relapse in East final opener CBCSports ca Contributors Hockey Elliotte Friedman Tim Wharnsby Gord Stellick Glenn Healy Kelly Hrudey Garry Galley Cassie Campbell Pascall Kevin Weekes Olympics Scott Russell Football Malcolm Kelly Greg Frers 3rd Long Figure Skating PJ Kwong Soccer Ben Rycroft Nigel Reed Baseball Kevin Glew Basketball John Chick Andy Phillips Golf Peter Robinson Skiing Kelly Vanderbeek About the Author Tim Wharnsby Tim s worked the sports beat at The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Sun specializing in Canada s one true sporting obsession hockey He knows the players the coaches the backroom boys and most importantly the fans That s what he brings to his stories Knowledge fairness and understanding are trademarks of a Wharnsby story That s what you will get here as he writes for CBCSports ca Follow him on Twitter WharnsbyCBC Playoff Headlines RSS Top Most Viewed Commented Kings Mike Richards out for Game 2 with injury Los Angeles Kings centre Mike Richards is out of Game 2 of the Western Conference final due to an undisclosed upper body injury sustained when he took a big hit from Chicago Blackhawks centre Dave

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/opinion/2013/06/cooke-faces-the-music-for-his-hit-from-behind-on-mcquaid.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Video - CFL - Sports - CBC.ca
    Teams Players Injuries Transactions Opinion Video Photos CFL CFL Home Scores Schedule Standings Stats Teams Players Opinion Video Photos 3rd And Long NFL NFL Home Scores Schedule Standings Stats Teams Players Injuries Transactions Opinion Video Photos MLB MLB Home Scores Schedule Standings Stats Teams Players Injuries Transactions Opinion Video Photos NBA NBA Home Scores Schedule Standings Stats Teams Players Injuries Transactions Opinion Video Photos Soccer Soccer Home MLS MLS Home Scores Schedule Standings Team Stats Player Stats UEFA UEFA Home Scores Schedule Standings Team Stats Player Stats EPL EPL Home Scores Schedule Standings Team Stats Player Stats La Liga La Liga Home Scores Schedule Standings Team Stats Player Stats Serie A Serie A Home Scores Schedule Standings Team Stats Player Stats Bundesliga Bundesliga Home Scores Schedule Standings Team Stats Player Stats Ligue 1 Ligue 1 Home Scores Schedule Standings Team Stats Player Stats Opinion Video Photos Soccer on CBC Golf Golf Home PGA PGA Home Leaderboard Tournaments Stats Money List LPGA LPGA Home Leaderboard Tournaments Stats Money List Champions Champions Home Leaderboard Tournaments Stats Money List European European Home Leaderboard Tournaments Stats Money List Web com Web com Home Leaderboard Tournaments Stats Money List Opinion Video Photos Think Golf Golf on CBC Tennis Tennis Home ATP ATP Home Results Tournaments Stats WTA WTA Home Results Tournaments Stats Opinion Video Photos Tennis on CBC Track Field Track Field Home Opinion Video Photos Track Field on CBC Video CFL Change to Sport or Show NHL CFL NFL MLB NBA The Games Soccer Curling Skiing Figure Skating Speedskating CBC Sports Weekend Hockey Night in Canada Go More Video Show previous slide Show next slide More video Broadcast Schedule cbcsports ca CBC TV up down Schedule is subject to change without notice Full Schedules Send Your Feedback Do you have improvements to suggest for

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  • NHL on CBC Sports - Hockey news, opinion, scores, stats, standings
    is out of Game 2 of the Western Conference final due to an undisclosed upper body injury sustained when he took a big hit from Chicago Blackhawks centre Dave Bolland in the series opener June 02 8 53 PM ET Blackhawks strike 1st in West final PLAYER STATS Mike Richards No suspension for Penguins LW Matt Cooke NHL Will be able to play in Game 2 on Monday June 02 2 31 PM ET Reformed Matt Cooke has relapse in East final opener PLAYER STATS Matt Cooke point of view Fans react to Matt Cooke ruling NHL Penguins winger avoids suspension June 02 9 39 PM ET Wharnsby Cooke faces the music for his hit from behind on McQuaid No suspension for Penguins LW Matt Cooke Reformed Matt Cooke has relapse in East final opener Bruins shut out Penguins in Game 1 of East final Stanley Cup Playoffs 2013 West East Final Quarterfinals vs vs vs vs Semifinals vs vs Conference Finals vs Quarterfinals vs vs vs vs Semifinals vs vs Conference Finals vs 2013 Stanley Cup Champion vs Hockey Night In Canada Video CHL should put ban on European goalies Coach s Corner with Ron MacLean Don Cherry Video Watch hockey s best goals hits saves Hockey Night Weekly Top 5 Fantasy Pool Sign up play to win a 2014 Kia Forte video audio Opinion Tim Wharnsby Cooke faces the music for his hit from behind on McQuaid Jun 2 2013 3 22 PM Tim Wharnsby Reformed Matt Cooke has relapse in East final opener Jun 2 2013 12 02 AM Tim Wharnsby After long layoffs Penguins and Bruins ready to roll Jun 1 2013 1 50 PM Tim Wharnsby Penguins Vokoun has overcome plenty to get to this point May 31 2013 8 00 AM Hockey Night in Punjabi Punjabi Podcast Penguins Bruins preview May 30 2013 11 21 AM Tim Wharnsby Western Conference final preview May 30 2013 9 44 AM More Opinion More Stories NHL blog Wharnsby Matt Cooke faces the music for Adam McQuaid hit No further punishment can play in Game 2 on Monday June 02 8 47 PM ET Reformed Matt Cooke has relapse in East final opener No suspension for Penguins LW Matt Cooke PLAYER STATS Matt Cooke TEAM PAGE Pittsburgh Penguins NHL recap Bruins shut out Penguins in Game 1 of East final Tuukka Rask makes 29 saves for Boston Krejci scores 2 goals June 02 12 48 AM ET BOXSCORE Penguins Bruins HIGHLIGHTS Penguins Bruins Reformed Matt Cooke has a relapse in East opener SERIES PAGE Penguins Bruins NHL recap Blackhawks strike 1st in West final Patrick Sharp Marian Hossa net 2nd period goals to help Chicago edge L A June 01 8 07 PM ET BOXSCORE Blackhawks Kings HIGHLIGHTS Kings Blackhawks TEAM PAGE Los Angeles Kings TEAM PAGE Chicago Blackhawks NHL blog Wharnsby Pens Matt Cooke has relapse against Bruins Pittsburgh unravels in Game 1 of East final June 02 12 38 AM ET Bruins shut out Penguins in

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Kings' Mike Richards out for Game 2 with injury
    2 2013 8 55 PM ET Last Updated Jun 2 2013 8 53 PM ET Mike Richards has a team high 10 playoff points with the Los Angeles Kings Jonathan Daniel Getty Images Related Related Stories Blackhawks strike 1st in West final PLAYER STATS Mike Richards Los Angeles Kings centre Mike Richards is out of Game 2 of the Western Conference final due to an undisclosed upper body injury sustained when he took a big hit from Chicago Blackhawks centre Dave Bolland in the series opener The hit on Richards occurred in the final minutes of the Kings 2 1 loss on Saturday Los Angeles coach Darryl Sutter said earlier Sunday that Richards was fine and the hit by Bolland was not an issue but Richards was scratched from the Game 2 lineup His injury was then announced in the press box Richards has two goals and eight assists for a team high 10 playoff points Defenceman Jake Muzzin also was scratched Sunday after he played in each of Los Angeles first 14 playoff games The Associated Press 2013 Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Latest nhl Stories Kings Mike Richards out for Game 2 with injury Los Angeles Kings centre Mike Richards is out of Game 2 of the Western Conference final due to an undisclosed upper body injury sustained when he took a big hit from Chicago Blackhawks centre Dave Bolland in the series opener more No suspension for Penguins LW Matt Cooke The NHL will not suspend Pittsburgh Penguins left winger Matt Cooke after he was ejected from Saturday s game against the Boston Bruins Cooke was thrown out in the second period after checking Boston defenceman Adam McQuaid from behind into the boards more Fans react to Matt Cooke ruling Pittsburgh Penguins winger Matt Cooke avoided a suspension for his hit from behind on Boston Bruins defenceman Adam McQuaid in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference final The ruling drew the ire of several on Twitter more Wharnsby Matt Cooke faces the music for Adam McQuaid hit Pittsburgh Penguins left winger Matt Cooke says he s relieved he won t face additional discipline after being ejected for a hit from behind on Boston s Adam McQuaid during Saturday s Game 1 of the Eastern Conference final writes Tim Wharnsby more Bruins shut out Penguins in Game 1 of East final David Krejci scored two more goals during his torrid post season and the Boston Bruins shut down the Pittsburgh Penguins 3 0 in the opening game of the Eastern Conference finals on Saturday night more More Headlines more hockey stories video audio OPINION All Contributors Wharnsby Friedman Tim Wharnsby Cooke faces the music for his hit from behind on McQuaid Jun 2 2013 3 22 PM Tim Wharnsby Reformed Matt Cooke has relapse in East final opener Jun 2 2013 12 02 AM Tim Wharnsby After long layoffs Penguins and Bruins ready to roll Jun 1 2013 1 50 PM Tim Wharnsby Penguins Vokoun has overcome

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2013/06/02/sp-nhl-los-angeles-kings-mike-richards-sits-out-game-2.html (2013-06-03)
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  • No suspension for Penguins LW Matt Cooke
    in East final opener PLAYER STATS Matt Cooke Expect to see the polarizing Matt Cooke back in the lineup on Monday night for the Pittsburgh Penguins Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada reports senior vice president of player safety Brendan Shanahan has decided Cooke s hit from behind on Boston defenceman Adam McQuaid does not warrant further discipline The Pittsburgh left winger was given a five minute major and a game misconduct for the hit early in the second period of Boston s 3 0 win in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference final on Saturday McQuaid who was checked behind his own net left the ice after the incident He later returned to the game one marked by chippy play and a similar hit by Brad Marchand of the Bruins on James Neal of the Penguins Marchand was given only a two minute minor penalty for boarding Cooke is already reviled in Boston for a blindside head shot on Bruins centre Marc Savard in March 2010 He wasn t punished for that hit either although the league did respond with a new rule addressing hits to the head Cooke has been suspended multiple times but has noticeably toned down his play in the last two years He also escaped punishment for an encounter this season with Ottawa Senators defenceman Erik Karlsson that saw Cooke s skate slice into Karlsson s Achilles tendon sidelining the Ottawa star for 10 weeks The league felt that was an accident on Cooke s part Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Latest nhl Stories Kings Mike Richards out for Game 2 with injury Los Angeles Kings centre Mike Richards is out of Game 2 of the Western Conference final due to an undisclosed upper body injury sustained when he took a big hit from Chicago Blackhawks centre Dave Bolland in the series opener more No suspension for Penguins LW Matt Cooke The NHL will not suspend Pittsburgh Penguins left winger Matt Cooke after he was ejected from Saturday s game against the Boston Bruins Cooke was thrown out in the second period after checking Boston defenceman Adam McQuaid from behind into the boards more Fans react to Matt Cooke ruling Pittsburgh Penguins winger Matt Cooke avoided a suspension for his hit from behind on Boston Bruins defenceman Adam McQuaid in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference final The ruling drew the ire of several on Twitter more Wharnsby Matt Cooke faces the music for Adam McQuaid hit Pittsburgh Penguins left winger Matt Cooke says he s relieved he won t face additional discipline after being ejected for a hit from behind on Boston s Adam McQuaid during Saturday s Game 1 of the Eastern Conference final writes Tim Wharnsby more Bruins shut out Penguins in Game 1 of East final David Krejci scored two more goals during his torrid post season and the Boston Bruins shut down the Pittsburgh Penguins 3 0 in the opening game of the Eastern Conference finals on Saturday

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/sports/hockey/nhl/story/2013/06/02/sp-nhl-playoffs-pittsburgh-penguins-matt-cooke-no-suspension.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Politics - CBC News
    aide 8 55 PM ET Duffy emails ask to invoice Conservative Party for fees 9 50 PM ET video Power Politics Ballot Box question by Rosemary Barton May 31 2013 4 40 PM Should Rob Ford step down as Mayor of Toronto Liberal MP warns Tories not to interfere with Senate expense info request by Kady O Malley May 31 2013 12 50 PM Ralph Goodale turns to ATI regime in pursuit of documents related to the Senate expense scandal Speaker sides with Tories in battle over budget amendments by Kady O Malley May 31 2013 10 31 AM After reaffirming rights of independent members last winter Scheer backs the government in its efforts to limit power of independent members to tie up House with report stage votes Once more unto the omnibreach dear MPs once more until next time that is by Kady O Malley May 31 2013 7 42 AM As the parliamentary clock ticks down on the spring sitting the now traditional battle over the omnibillification of the budget process is set to begin today Follow politics live on our Hill tickers by Kady O Malley May 31 2013 5 00 AM Stay up to the minute with our daily liveblog from the Parliament Hill precinct and our other live events Follow news from the Hill with CBC Politics Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Must Watch Power Politics Download Flash Player to view this content ON DEMAND Power Politics with Evan Solomon Interviewing newsmakers pundits and CBC journalists 5 7 p m ET weekdays AT ISSUE Canada s most watched political panel Andrew Coyne Chantal Hebert and Bruce Anderson join Peter Mansbridge Thursdays THE NATIONAL David Herle Jaime Watt and Kathleen Monk are The Insiders Video clips and podcasts from The National s Tuesday panel Show previous slide Don t Miss 2008 ARCHIVES New Senator Mike Duffy discusses his appointment Rookie tells Charlottetown host Sara Fraser he ll be in PEI as often as he can Chris Hall Why the Duffy Senate scandal still perk olates Every day more questions arise Chris Hall writes THE NANOS NUMBER Dirty politics on the way Is the decline of bilingualism and seat redistribution a volatile political mix Parody or Satire Bank of Canada cries fraud on 90K Duffy buck cartoon Bank demands satirical bill featuring Senator Mike Duffy be taken down SENATE EXPENSES Compare the draft and final Mike Duffy Senate reports Conservative senators presented edited report on independent audit findings LIVE CHAT REPLAY Wednesdays with Kady Next steps on Duffy expense claims Replay the conversation with blogger Kady O Malley VIDEO Former PM Jean Chretien goes kitesurfing in N Carolina MADMEN ON THE HILL Trudeau suited up in unauthorized menswear ad Harry Rosen turns to younger model after Flaherty Harper ads Analysis How to fix the Senate spending scandal David Cochrane says Ottawa should consider N L s experience CORRUPTION SCANDAL Quebec s Charbonneau inquiry exposes construction industry CBC Montreal s ongoing coverage

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Trudeau vows to 'raise the bar' for transparency on expenses - Politics - CBC News
    But according to Trudeau I also said that and this was not reported nobody who has watched the goings on in the Senate over the past year could possibly support the status quo Trudeau said that anyone preaching wholesale Senate reform as a response to the Senate expenses scandal is pandering After all they know or ought to know that major reforms like creating an elected Senate or abolishing it outright would require protracted Constitutional discussions with the provinces Trudeau said Opening the Constitution Trudeau went in to say the third thing I said was widely reported and it leads to a confession It is a deep dark secret One that apparently my political opponents think they can use against me I am a Quebecer When I am in the presence of other Quebecers I will often use the pronoun we But what I said then was a statement of fact Quebec has 24 Senate seats to Alberta s six That is to Quebec s advantage And Ontario s I might add That is not my opinion It s a statement of Constitutional fact Trudeau said So it stands to reason that abolishing the Senate would disadvantage the East just as electing and therefore empowering the current Senate would disadvantage the West Re opening the Constitution would disadvantage everybody Trudeau said We would have a fruitless round of negotiations that would end in acrimony and distract from the very real challenges our country faces The federal government is currently awaiting a reference ruling from the Supreme Court about its powers to reform or abolish the Senate In the meantime the Senate will move ahead with new rules governing senators travel and expenses A message saying our Senate as it stands today must either change or be abolished was posted on Harper s Facebook page last Tuesday Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Power Politics Ballot Box question by Rosemary Barton Jun 1 2013 10 39 AM Should Rob Ford step down as Mayor of Toronto Top News Headlines Pistorius family shaken by bloody bathroom images Oscar Pistorius family is shaken by the graphic leaked images broadcast by a British television station that purport to show the bloodied bathroom where the Olympian fatally shot his girlfriend on Valentine s Day more Turkey s PM rejects protesters dictator label Turkey s prime minister rejected claims that is an authoritarian leader dismissing protesters as an extremist fringe even as hundreds moved back into the landmark square that was the site of the fiercest anti government outburst in years more Train derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont A train trestle over the Wahnapitae River near Sudbury Ont collapsed on Sunday sending freight cars plummeting into the water police say more Syrian rebels Hezbollah battle in worst clash in Lebanon Syrian rebels fought with the gunmen from the Hezbollah militia in a deadly clash on Lebanese soil a security official

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2013/06/02/pol-justin-trudeau-senate-reform-fcm-vancouver.html (2013-06-03)
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