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  • National anti-bully scheme to launch at late teen's school - Politics - CBC News
    Club at his school but his father said the posters were torn down and he was called vicious names in the hallways and online The Canadian Press 2013 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 Turkish PM rejects dictator label as Taksim Square swarmed Turkey s prime minister rejected claims that is an authoritarian leader dismissing protesters as an extremist fringe even as thousands moved back into the landmark square that was the site of the fiercest anti government outburst in years more 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 Train derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont Canadian Pacific says there is no indication that a freight train derailment east of Sudbury on Sunday poses a danger to the public or the environment 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 of British tradition but Queen Elizabeth s coronation 60 years ago today also marked a revolution in the power of television and some Canadian firsts including the first time a Queen of Canada was crowned more Must Watch Latest Politics News Headlines Trudeau vows to raise the bar for transparency on expenses The only antidote to restoring public trust in the wake of the Senate expenses scandal is to raise the bar and make parliamentarians expenses more transparent than ever before said Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau on Sunday more Feds pick off the shelf design for military resupply ships A design by ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems Canada has been selected for the Navy s new support ships being built by Vancouver Shipyards Co Ltd more Not all mayors swayed by 53B federal promise More than 1 800 municipal leaders from across Canada are calling for an overhaul of the way they get money from the federal government especially when it comes to transportation and infrastructure projects more National anti bully scheme to launch at late teen s school The suicide of 15 year old Jamie Hubley in the fall of 2011 was a tragedy that hit the local community hard but personal connections sent the heartache reverberating through the halls of Parliament Hill and the Ontario legislature too more First Nations harmony depends on real action from Harper Atleo says National Chief

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2013/06/02/feds-ottawa-bullying-hubley.html (2013-06-03)
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  • First Nations harmony depends on real action from Harper, Atleo says - Politics - CBC News
    summer Clayton Thomas Muller To me it s like they the government and the Assembly of First Nations are buying time to get through the summer said Russ Diabo an outspoken long time First Nations activist from the network Defenders of the Land His group has joined forces with Idle No More organizers and other experienced groups to stage a Sovereignty Summer that will protest resource projects and pipelines across the country backed up by demonstrations in cities With the British Columbia government dealing the Northern Gateway pipeline proposal another blow last week opposition will focus around the Line 9 pipeline proposal That plan would carry bitumen from Sarnia to Montreal said Clayton Thomas Muller spokesman for Sovereignty Summer The Line 9 focus implicates Highway 401 one of Canada s biggest and busiest thoroughfares connecting southern Ontario to Quebec Communities are getting ready to make a very significant point over the summer Thomas Muller said In the interview Atleo mentioned frequently that the ancient treaties included a commitment to peace and friendship and that elders are constantly reminding youth of this requirement He pointed to the grace and strength of the Nishiyuu walkers who trekked to Ottawa this winter and were joined by hundreds of supporters only to find the prime minister in Toronto greeting panda bears from China The walkers responded with dignity saying they had a gift for Harper when he is ready to hear them Atleo said But he warned that such non violent response should not be taken for granted pointing to conflicts at Oka Que Gustafsen Lake B C Caledonia Ont and the fact that the country s jails are dominated by aboriginal prisoners We want to see things improve and be better Atleo said Let s make sure we remember that we ve had exchanges that result in conflict and physical harm The Canadian Press 2013 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 Turkish PM rejects dictator label as Taksim Square swarmed Turkey s prime minister rejected claims that is an authoritarian leader dismissing protesters as an extremist fringe even as thousands moved back into the landmark square that was the site of the fiercest anti government outburst in years more 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 Train derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont Canadian Pacific says there is no indication that a freight train derailment east of Sudbury on Sunday poses a danger to the public or the environment more Syrian rebels Hezbollah battle in worst clash in Lebanon Syrian rebels fought with the gunmen from the

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2013/06/02/pol-cp-shawn-atleo-first-nations-unrest-stephen-harper.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Federal deficit shrinks again - Business - CBC News
    derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont Canadian Pacific says there is no indication that a freight train derailment east of Sudbury on Sunday poses a danger to the public or the environment 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 of British tradition but Queen Elizabeth s coronation 60 years ago today also marked a revolution in the power of television and some Canadian firsts including the first time a Queen of Canada was crowned more Must Watch Latest Business Headlines 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 Federal deficit shrinks again Official data released Friday shows the federal government s deficit shrank to 18 3 billion in the fiscal year that ended in March more than 3 billion less than the deficit posted in the previous fiscal year more OPEC keeps oil output at 30M barrels a day OPEC oil ministers reached quick agreement Friday on keeping output targets steady but deferred solutions on how to deal with surging U S shale oil production and internal rivalries denting the organization s image of unity 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 96 NASDAQ 3455 91 35 39 SP 500 1630 74 23 67 TSX VENTURE 962 41 1 67 The data on this site is informational only and may be delayed it is not intended as trading or investment advice and you should not rely on it

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2013/05/31/business-deficit-march.html (2013-06-03)
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  • OPEC keeps oil output at 30M barrels a day - Business - CBC News
    also continue to stymie OPEC attempts to appoint a new secretary general who is the organization s voice between ministerial meetings Friday s meeting failed to decide among three candidates Gholam Hossein Nozari a former Iranian oil minister Saudi OPEC veteran Majid El Munif and Iraqi contender Thamir Ghadhban That leaves Al Badry of Libya in the post Analyst Cornelia Meyer of MRL Corporation said the split was understandable If you are Saudi you don t want Iran or vice versa she said The two are in classic competition for hegemony in the region With Iraq oil production rebounding from wartime devastation the Saudis were also concerned about Baghdad s candidacy because of fears Iraq could soon threaten Saudi production supremacy she said Iran is hurting under a U S led embargo on oil sales meant to force it to curb its nuclear activities But Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Ghasemi shrugged off the effects of sanctions claiming that a drop in crude exports was being made up for by international sales of gasoline and other refined products Abid the analyst said that based on reported trade figures Iran s daily production is estimated to have dropped to about 2 5 million barrels a day from four million barrels a day before the sanctions But Ghasemi told reporters that production has not changed although he did not specify what time period he was talking about 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 Turkish PM rejects dictator label as Taksim Square swarmed Turkey s prime minister rejected claims that is an authoritarian leader dismissing protesters as an extremist fringe even as thousands moved back into the landmark square that was the site of the fiercest anti government outburst in years more 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 Train derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont Canadian Pacific says there is no indication that a freight train derailment east of Sudbury on Sunday poses a danger to the public or the environment 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 of British tradition but Queen Elizabeth s coronation 60 years ago today also marked a revolution in the power of television and some Canadian firsts including the first time a Queen of Canada was crowned more Must Watch Latest Business Headlines RBS Canada drops

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/story/2013/05/31/business-opec-meeting.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Canadians said to be at risk from outdated sunscreen rules - Health - CBC News
    a higher standard as quickly as possible I think if we had stricter regulations the average individual could make a more informed decision and industry would then be forced to make a better product he said Walker added that staying out of the sun is the best protection Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Top News Headlines Turkish PM rejects dictator label as Taksim Square swarmed Turkey s prime minister rejected claims that is an authoritarian leader dismissing protesters as an extremist fringe even as thousands moved back into the landmark square that was the site of the fiercest anti government outburst in years more 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 Train derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont Canadian Pacific says there is no indication that a freight train derailment east of Sudbury on Sunday poses a danger to the public or the environment 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 of British tradition but Queen Elizabeth s coronation 60 years ago today also marked a revolution in the power of television and some Canadian firsts including the first time a Queen of Canada was crowned more Must Watch Latest Health News Headlines Probiotics may ease antibiotic side effects Taking probiotics supplements could help prevent the diarrhea associated with C difficile infections more Nutrition labels for alcohol approved in U S Alcohol beverages soon could have nutritional labels like those on food packaging but only if the producers want to put them there more Italy s 1st MERS case travelled to Jordan Saudi health officials inform World Health Organization of a new case of MERS coronavirus as Italy reports its first case more Canadians said to be at risk from outdated sunscreen rules Canadians might be exposing themselves to a type of UV radiation more likely to cause skin cancer because the country s labelling regulations are out of date more Which part of Canada has the most smokers To mark World No Tobacco Day we ve pulled together some numbers on tobacco use and its consequences in Canada and around the world Tobacco use remains the leading cause of preventable disease and death in Canada more FEATURED HEALTH Cancer Liver cancer on the rise in Canada Treating people who have hepatitis B or C could reduce rates POORER AND SICKER The income prescription More

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/health/story/2013/05/31/ottawa-sunscreen-labelling-rules-outdated.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Museums take up crowdfunding - Arts & Entertainment - CBC News
    After Earth was conceived as a vanity project to advance Jaden Smith s career but the boy is not up to the role of hero on a quest he s meant to carry in this sci fi fairy tale Top News Headlines Turkish PM rejects dictator label as Taksim Square swarmed Turkey s prime minister rejected claims that is an authoritarian leader dismissing protesters as an extremist fringe even as thousands moved back into the landmark square that was the site of the fiercest anti government outburst in years more 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 Train derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont Canadian Pacific says there is no indication that a freight train derailment east of Sudbury on Sunday poses a danger to the public or the environment 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 of British tradition but Queen Elizabeth s coronation 60 years ago today also marked a revolution in the power of television and some Canadian firsts including the first time a Queen of Canada was crowned more Must Watch Latest Arts Entertainment News Headlines Doctor Who s Matt Smith departs show The BBC says Matt Smith is stepping down from the lead role in long running sci fi series Doctor Who spurring intense speculation about his replacement more Jean Stapleton TV s Edith Bunker dies at 90 Jean Stapleton the stage trained character actress who played Archie Bunker s far better half the sweetly naive Edith in TV s groundbreaking 1970s comedy All in the Family has died She was 90 more How to make sure a typo doesn t derail a prize ceremony Careful planning combined with intense scrutiny can ensure that prize ceremonies recognize the right winners and avoid the uncomfortable situation recently when the Miss Universe Canada pageant temporarily gave the wrong woman the sash more Museums take up crowdfunding Museums such as the Smithsonian in Washington D C and the Currie Dinosaur Museum in Grand Prairie Alta have turned recently to crowdfunding to raise money for programs acquisitions and new construction more Lou Reed recovering after liver transplant Rock icon Lou Reed is recovering after a life saving liver transplant in the U S according to an interview with his wife published Saturday in a British newspaper more More Headlines Q Blog Michael Kaeshammer brings the boogie woogie May 31 2013 5 15 PM On his new album With You

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/arts/story/2013/05/31/crowd-funding-museums.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Lou Reed recovering after liver transplant - Arts & Entertainment - CBC News
    no indication that a freight train derailment east of Sudbury on Sunday poses a danger to the public or the environment 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 of British tradition but Queen Elizabeth s coronation 60 years ago today also marked a revolution in the power of television and some Canadian firsts including the first time a Queen of Canada was crowned more Must Watch Latest Arts Entertainment News Headlines Doctor Who s Matt Smith departs show The BBC says Matt Smith is stepping down from the lead role in long running sci fi series Doctor Who spurring intense speculation about his replacement more Jean Stapleton TV s Edith Bunker dies at 90 Jean Stapleton the stage trained character actress who played Archie Bunker s far better half the sweetly naive Edith in TV s groundbreaking 1970s comedy All in the Family has died She was 90 more How to make sure a typo doesn t derail a prize ceremony Careful planning combined with intense scrutiny can ensure that prize ceremonies recognize the right winners and avoid the uncomfortable situation recently when the Miss Universe Canada pageant temporarily gave the wrong woman the sash more Museums take up crowdfunding Museums such as the Smithsonian in Washington D C and the Currie Dinosaur Museum in Grand Prairie Alta have turned recently to crowdfunding to raise money for programs acquisitions and new construction more Lou Reed recovering after liver transplant Rock icon Lou Reed is recovering after a life saving liver transplant in the U S according to an interview with his wife published Saturday in a British newspaper more More Headlines Q Blog Michael Kaeshammer brings the boogie woogie May 31 2013 5 15 PM On his new album With You in Mind Michael Kaeshammer drew inspiration from legendary musician Allen Toussaint CBC Books Stephen King s new book won t be available as an e book May 31 2013 3 27 PM If you want the horror master s latest novel you ll have to read it the old fashioned way on paper Most Viewed Most Commented Pistorius family shaken by bloody bathroom images Turkish PM rejects dictator label as Taksim Square swarmed Train derails in bridge collapse near Sudbury Ont Ford brothers demand apology for gutter journalism 3 storm chasers killed in Oklahoma tornado Syrian rebels Hezbollah battle in worst clash in Lebanon No sizzling Canadian summer in forecast like last year Speeding SUV kills Saskatchewan officer at crash site Bocce player attacked by stranger with 2 knives Inside the News Inside the News Exclusive behind the scenes videos photo galleries columns and special

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/arts/story/2013/06/01/arts-lou-reed-liver-transplant.html (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC.ca - Arts
    Genie Awards William Shatner will return to Canada in March to host the 2011 Genie Awards the annual celebration of Canadian film Glee tour coming to Toronto When the Glee tour hits the road this summer one of its stops will be Toronto How To Train Your Dragon dominates Annies How to Train Your Dragon was on fire at the annual animation prizes the Annie Awards collecting 10 trophies including best picture directing writing and voice acting in a feature All TV Headlines Books Headlines Palestinian poet granted visa to attend Griffin gala Canadian immigration officials have reversed an earlier decision and will now permit Palestinian poet Ghassan Zaqtan to attend the Griffin Poetry Prize ceremony in Toronto after a social media campaign conducted by fellow writers Jim Carrey to publish children s book Jim Carrey joins the world of children s book publishing this fall with the picture book How Roland Rolls The Canadian born actor both a father and a grandfather will officially unveil his first book in September Book about Dexter killer wins Arthur Ellis Award A book about Mark Twitchell the man dubbed the Dexter killer because of his admiration for the TV series about a vigilante serial killer has won an Arthur Ellis Award for the best in crime writing audio Lionel Shriver probes obsession with food in new novel audio With Big Brother her new novel coming out in Canada on June 4 American writer Lionel Shriver explores the emotionally fraught subject of obesity Melissa Bull unveiled as winner of Hyperlocal story contest A Montreal writer has won CBC s local story contest with her piece In the Shadow of the Canada Malting Silos Bestselling author columnist Rev Andrew Greeley dies The Rev Andrew Greeley an outspoken Roman Catholic priest bestselling author and longtime Chicago newspaper columnist who even criticized the hierarchy of his own church over the child sex abuse scandal has died He was 85 Khaled Hosseini s latest inspires digital Echo experience A map of Afghanistan Footage of a weeping man A weather report for Kabul An unusual new digital companion to Khaled Hosseini s And The Mountains Echoed is taking shape through vivid imagery intriguing sounds and fan interpretations of the anticipated novel Bridget Jones navigates social media in new novel Bridget Jones is returning and this time she has new No 1 dating rule Do not text when drunk All Books Headlines Media Headlines Yukon paper takes CBC to court over sources A CBC News reporter in Whitehorse is going to court next week to protect her sources from a Yukon newspaper which wants the public broadcaster to reveal those sources Montreal tabloid workers vote to accept offer Workers at Le Journal de Montréal accept a contract offer aimed at ending the two year lockout at the Quebecor Inc tabloid Top court sides with MP over cabbie comments The Supreme Court has sided with MP and former Quebec radio host André Arthur over inflammatory comments he made about Montreal

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/arts/moreartsnews/ (2013-06-03)
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