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  • Tornado warning ends for northern N.B. - New Brunswick - CBC News
    people to avoid driving through water on roads as the water could be deceptively fast moving and could sweep vehicles away Environment Canada is monitoring the situation closely and will provide updates as they become available Share Tools Report Typo Send Feedback Stay Connected with CBC News Mobile Facebook Podcasts Twitter Alerts Newsletter Big Box Advertisement Latest New Brunswick News Headlines Tornado warning ends for northern N B Environment Canada has ended its tornado warning for parts of Northern New Brunswick bordering Maine this evening more Lost camper found safe in Fundy National Park Police were called in to help find Terry Desbois around 10 p m Saturday after he left a Chignecto campground more Lack of funding puts literacy group on brink of shutdown New Brunswick s only Francophone literacy funding advocacy group is on the brink of shutting down more Atlantic small business confidence dropped in May P E I s Opposition finance critic says he s disappointed to hear the findings of a recent report by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business more Ball hockey tournament dominates downtown Moncton A national ball hockey tournament has taken over a one kilometre stretch of downtown Moncton this weekend more Must Watch Top News Headlines 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 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 China poultry plant fire kills at least 112 A massive fire breaks out at a poultry plant in northeastern China trapping workers inside a cluttered slaughterhouse and killing at least 112 people 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 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 Most Viewed Most Commented Tornado warning ends for northern N B Lost camper found safe in Fundy National Park Body of missing man found in woods near Memramcook Lack of funding puts literacy group on brink of shutdown Professional Hitter Stairs makes baseball return Ball hockey tournament dominates downtown Moncton Government owned plane up for sale Perry family angry no charges over hospital death Atlantic small business confidence dropped in May Special features INTERACTIVE MAP New Brunswick s migration patterns Track the number of people moving in the province s 15 counties INTERACTIVE MAP New electoral

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/story/2013/06/02/nb-tornado-watch.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Tories decry NDP tax evaders amid tax troubles for former Harper aide - Canada - CBC News
    going on in the PMO Fry got no answers to her questions in the Commons Soudas later said he had only one source of income during his years working for Harper Outside the Commons opposition MPs accused the Tories of hypocrisy People who live in glass houses shouldn t throw stones said Liberal MP Marc Garneau And I hope that the Conservatives will be a little more modest in the House of Commons in their attacks against the NDP for not paying their taxes because it s very very clear that they re not angels themselves New Democrat Mathieu Ravignat accused the Conservatives of a double standard that he described as kind of sad It just underlines the hypocrisy of this government by bringing up taxes when on their side it is also an issue he said I think that what we need to do is refocus The fact is that there s a lack of leadership going on on this Senate issue We need to do something to clean up the Senate We need to know this scandal goes all the way into the Prime Minister s Office We need the details The Canadian Press 2013 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 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 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 China poultry plant fire kills at least 112 A massive fire breaks out at a poultry plant in northeastern China trapping workers inside a cluttered slaughterhouse and killing at least 112 people 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 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 Must Watch Latest Canada News Headlines 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 Trudeau vows to raise the bar for transparency on expenses The

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2013/06/01/pol-former-stephen-harper-aide-dimitri-soudas-tax-troubles.html (2013-06-03)
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  • B.C. officially opposes Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline - British Columbia - CBC News
    make a decision about Northern Gateway until after the review is over You know we ll see what it means in the long term This is the provincial government responding to Enbridge s request And we ll see what Enbridge s response is going forward But there are many pathways for Canadian resources to get out of the country and we ll see if Enbridge looks at other opportunities Douglas Channel the proposed termination point for an oil pipeline in the Enbridge Northern Gateway project is pictured in an aerial view of Kitimat B C Darryl Dyck Canadian Press Moore says his government supports getting natural resources out of Canada whether through Northern Gateway or other projects but any company must be accountable to the people living where it wants to build In a written statement federal Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver said Ottawa will review the panel s recommendation when it s released in December We have been clear resource development will not proceed unless it is safe for Canadians and safe for the environment he said That is why for our part we are moving forward with our plans to further enhance marine and pipeline safety We look forward to continued engagement with all provinces on market diversification for oil and gas Colin Kinsley who is chair of the Northern Gateway Alliance a coalition of pipeline supporters says he s extremely disappointed in the government s position and questions the timing of the announcement I can t imagine anybody saying that when the most rigorous open review process of an industrial project in this country has been going on for over three years and is in its final concluding processes He thinks final judgment on the project should be reserved until after the panel has made its decision Little evidence about good spill response On Friday the province also reiterated the five conditions it says would need to be met in order to approve the pipeline including top notch oil spill prevention and response measures Northern Gateway has said that they would provide effective spill response in all cases However they have presented little evidence as to how they will respond Lake said For that reason our government cannot support the issuance of a certificate for the pipeline as it was presented to the joint review panel However the statement from the province goes on to say the position adopted by B C on the Northern Gateway Pipeline project as currently proposed is not a rejection of heavy oil projects keeping the door open to Kinder Morgan s proposed expansion to the Kinder Morgan pipeline and a 13 billion crude oil refinery near Kitimat proposed by B C newspaper publisher David Black Read about Kinder Morgan s proposed expansion More on David Black s refiner proposal The 5 5 billion Northern Gateway project aims to construct two pipelines stretching 1 177 kilometres from the Alberta oilsands to a tanker port on the North Coast of B C

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2013/05/31/bc-northern-gateway-rejected.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Queen's coronation made history for Canada – and for television - Canada - CBC News
    put British sovereigns on their thrones have not been so smooth Crown jewels lost in bogs a coronation ring that wouldn t fit and a disgruntled estranged queen consort banging at the doors of Westminster Abbey to get into her husband s ceremony have made for unpredictable or unseemly spectacles Click here to read more That appearance on Canadian TV screens came as the result of a highly orchestrated CBC plan under the name Operation Pony Express Listen to a CBC Radio news special about Operation Pony Express It involved Royal Air Force Canberra light bombers and Canadian CF 100 fighter jets flying coronation films from London to Goose Bay N L to Montreal in a relay The television coverage of the coronation seems to herald an exciting age reported the CBC Times broadcast guide for May 31 June 6 1953 Never before has the crowing of a British monarch been televised Never before has a TV program been seen in England and North America on the same day The worldwide television audience for the coronation was thought to be 277 million which was considered an extraordinary number for that time Television was very new technology and television sales spiked during the lead up to the coronation Harris says Men work in the control room at Trafalgar Square from which the coronation was broadcast Topical Press Agency Getty Images They continued to rise afterwards as people who had watched the coronation on their neighbours television sets decided to buy their own so it created a tremendous boost for this new technology The coronation ceremony also reflected what Shawcross saw as the paradox indeed the genius of constitutional monarchy This system of government may seem archaic to those who consider themselves progressive Shawcross noted but it has worked remarkably well for centuries Never better perhaps than under this monarch And that is at least in part because she is utterly true to everything she experienced at her coronation The bar was set Not everyone was enamoured of the event mind you Ninian Mellamphy a longtime royal watcher and retired professor emeritus from Western University in London Ont was a high school lad in Ireland in 1953 His family didn t have a TV and he had no interest in rushing off to England to see the celebration although he knew people who did Read about what could go wrong at a coronation There was kind of a strange way in which people like me who were let s say anti imperialist were enjoying the shattering of empire he says In a very narrow minded way we thought this is a moment of English privilege and something in a sense that didn t directly affect us Now however he looks back with respect at how the Queen has reigned She must have a great deal of satisfaction in the way she has lived and lived through difficult times and lived with great dignity QUEEN ELIZABETH II In the name of the Queen

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2013/05/28/f-coronation-history.html (2013-06-03)
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  • Senators debate who's to blame in Duffy expenses scandal | The House with Evan Solomon | CBC Radio
    Nanos p resident and CEO of Nanos Research is here with the details The B C government in its final written submission to the Joint Review Panel rejected the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline project citing environmental concerns Is this pipeline project dead or is this just another setback for the federal government and the future of Canada s energy resources We ask B C s Environment Minister Terry Lake Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson also weighs in on the concerns surrounding the Northern Gateway pipeline Plus his city is hosting Canada s mayors this weekend as they gather to discuss issues like more money for infrastructure and the need for a renewed partnership with the federal government Finally why aren t all parliamentary committee meetings held in public CBC s blogger and House contributor Kady O Malley is here with the answer Stay Connected with The House podcasts twitter Most Recent Podcast Loading More podcast episodes All CBC Podcasts Latest Audio Featured Audio Please download the latest version of Flash Player to view this content Latest All show audio Twitter Tweets by CBCTheHouse Politics Headlines Top Headlines Trudeau vows to raise the bar for transparency on expenses video The only way to restore 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 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 Not all mayors swayed by 53B federal promise video More than 1 800 municipal leaders from across Canada are calling for an overhaul of the way they get money from the federal government

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/thehouse/2013/06/01/senators-debate-whos-to-blame-in-duffy-expenses-scandal/ (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC Kamloops
    by veterinarians is what killed two bald eagles in Kamloops The pair along with three other eagles that were sick but survived were found near the Mission Flats landfill in late March Tara Geiger with the B C Wildlife Park says lab tests show a drug used to euthanize animals was found in all five eagles She says the eagles likely ate part of a dead animal that had been euthanized but not disposed of properly The B C Wildlife Park has now sent out a notice to veterinary clinics reminding them to properly dispose of euthanized animals Blind Kamloops man bikes for the first time Posted by Josh Pagé May 30 2013 8 14 AM Patrick O Neil right has the ability to ride a bike with the help of his guide Marlon Brittsky Shelley Joyce CBC It s a bicycle built for two But up until a few weeks ago Patrick O Neil had nobody to pilot the thing Patrick is blind At 65 he s finally found a buddy to go tandem with But that means putting his life in the hands of a new friend Daybreak host Shelley Joyce popped by as they were getting geared up for a ride Download Flash Player to view this content Bailey s Pub cancels all live music Posted by Josh Pagé May 30 2013 8 10 AM Shawn McLeod outside Bailey s Pub where he has chosen to cancel live concerts Samantha Garvey CBC To grow a music scene in Kamloops And to get a good night s sleep These are two objectives from two sides of a dispute on 8th Street Bailey s Pub was hosting live music shows at their venue But have had repeated noise complaints from neighbours Daybreka s Samantha Garvey has been looking at both sides of the story And she joined Shelley Joyce in studio for more Download Flash Player to view this content Josh and the Armchair Mayor Branding Posted by Josh Pagé May 30 2013 8 05 AM Do you want to play hockey at the Tolko ice sheet Or how about baseball at Domtar diamonds Several city fields and ice rinks are up for sale The city announced this week it would sell naming rights to a number of venues The money from sporting naming rights could bring 350 000 to go towards hosting large sports events in Kamloops Josh Pagé and Mel Rothenburger actually agree on this story This week s episode of Josh and the Armchair Mayor is brought to you by the people of Kamloops Download Flash Player to view this content Changes at Royal Inland Hospital Posted by Douglas Herbert May 30 2013 7 44 AM Interior Health is making changes at Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops to address a number of issues Overcrowding has been a problem at the hospital for months while surgical wait times have increased Interior Health plans to add an additional operating room to help address surgical waits 20 inpatient beds

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/kamloops/ (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC Kitchener-Waterloo
    belonging to former staffers in the mayor s office were slated to be destroyed 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 More Headlines Politics Trudeau vows to raise the bar for transparency on expenses The only way to restore 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 for the Assembly of First Nations Shawn Atleo says the degree of First Nations unrest this summer depends in large part on how much concrete action Stephen Harper authorizes on entrenching ancient treaty rights more More Headlines Business RBS Canada drops challenge over release of LIBOR scandal records May 31 2013 7 20 PM ET The Canadian affiliate of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group has dropped its challenge against a court order compelling it to release document 7 20 PM ET Starbucks bans smoking within 8 metres of stores May 31 2013 8 42 PM ET Starting Saturday Starbucks will ban smokers from lighting up a cigarette outside any of their 7 000 coffee shops across the U S and Canad 8 42 PM ET B C officially opposes Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline May 31 2013 11 04 PM ET The B C government has officially expressed its opposition to a proposal for the Northern Gateway pipeline project saying it fails to addr 11 04 PM ET Health Probiotics may ease antibiotic side effects May 31 2013 5 29 PM ET Taking probiotics supplements could help prevent the diarrhea associated with C difficile infections 5 29 PM ET Nutrition labels for alcohol approved in U S Jun 1 2013 9 05 PM ET Alcohol beverages soon could have nutritional labels like those on food packaging but only if the producers want to put them there 9 05 PM ET Italy s 1st MERS case travelled to Jordan May 31 2013

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/kitchener-waterloo/ (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC Hamilton
    grader Take our quiz to find out 8 43 AM ET Burlington paramedic s father mourns his son s death in Ornge crash 5 17 PM ET An official GO for GO station on James North 7 56 PM ET Police wrap up search of farm of accused in Tim Bosma killing 1 08 PM ET Search for missing Canadian slowed by bad weather in Australian mountains 12 40 PM ET Hamilton police looking for violent offender 11 17 AM ET More News Live Updates Commute Latest Traffic Update James Mountain Rd SB 1 minute delay Average 31 km h Queenston Rd WB Centennial Pkwy to Potruff 1 minute delay Average 32 km h James Mountain Rd NB 1 minute delay Average 31 km h See more traffic Average Gas Prices 118 78 l Hamilton 115 84 l Canada Prices Stable More Commute Don t Miss James North Construction on new office complex to start in June 10 million development a vote of confidence for downtown Star Wars Actor makes high profile bid to be in Star Wars film Dave Walpole really wants to be in Star Wars Episode VII City website Outdated The city s website should be getting an upgrade soon officials say Truck Inspections Truck inspections reveal loose wheels faulty breaks Officers see some hair curling results this week as they inspect trucks The Daily The Daily Your audio news update James North GO is official Subscribe to The Daily in iTunes Paul Wilson Trolley Hamilton trashed the trolley but YouTube brings it back Hamilton s trolley buses live again on YouTube Toronto heritage Wreckers ready on the Gore can we try the Toronto way Storefronts from the 1800s are under threat on Gore Park Chimney Swifts Chimney swift slipping away see wondrous dive at dusk Chimney swift numbers dropped by more than 90 the last four decades Talk Week in quotes The words that made news this week in Hamilton Star Wars fan flyers a marathoner and more Smiling Tree Hamilton s best photos for the week ending May 31 Photos that tell the story of Hamilton this week in pictures No Flyers Canada Post campaigns against no flyers mailbox signs Postal corporation paid by companies to distribute flyers Where Am I How well do you know Hamiilton Send us your guess of what this photo is POV Hamilton Do you have something to say on an important local issue Do you want to foster debate on an issue or start a community conversation Send us your intelligent commentary and opinion on topical Hamilton issues We will publish 500 600 word submissions or post your 1 minute video commentary on our website dambusters Hamilton Dambusters Remembered Author Paul Morley recalls two Eastwood Park footballers forgotten role Submissions to hamilton cbc ca Who has had a worse month More Talk Things To Do Blues roots Strongman ready to inspire at blues and roots fest Steve Strongman can recall the exact moment he fell in love with the

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