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UN hails 'historic' Obama drone vow
The lawyer leading the UN's inquiry into drones welcomes President Obama's speech as a "significant step towards increased transparency".
The lawyer leading a UN drone inquiry has praised a speech by US President Barack Obama as a "significant step towards increased transparency".
Emmerson said Mr Obama had set out more clearly than ever before the legal
justifications for targeted killing.
Syria 'to attend peace conference'
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district of Indian-administered
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Highlights from Bill 14
Here’s what the Separatists want to add to the French Language Law; first enacted by the Liberal Government of the late Robert Bourassa, (Bill 22), which was advanced to the present Bill 101 by the first Parti Quebecois government of the late Rene Levesque.
New sovereignist group calls for united front
Nouveau Mouvement pour le Québec, a new sovereignist group, is pushing to renew
the fight for independence. While the sovereigntist Parti Québécois holds
power as a minority government, support for independence is splintered between
other parties like the Option National and Québec Solidaire. The group is
inviting citizens and opposing political parties to fight together for a
Quebec sovereignty needs rebranding, says former premier
But, Who’s supporting Richard?
election-night shooter has 2 weeks to decide on lawyer Richard
Henry Bain faces 16 charges, including first-degree murder, attempted murder, arson
and weapons violations, stemming from the
Man charged in Quebec election shooting fit for trial
PQ setting up campaign to promote sovereignty goals
Parti Québécois is preparing a wide-ranging strategy to push its sovereignty
agenda forward. Since her election on Sept. 4, Pauline Marois has kept
relatively quiet about her party's stance on sovereignty. Now, her government is
planning on launching a vast campaign to sell the merits of
A look at the nation beyond the headlines from BBC
MPs reject Clarity Act repeal in 283-5 vote
Conservative, NDP, Liberal, and Green members of Parliament have rejected a Bloc Québécois private member's bill to repeal the Clarity Act in a vote of 283-5 on Wednesday. Conservative, NDP, Liberal, and Green members of Parliament have rejected a Bloc Québécois private member's bill to repeal the Clarity Act in a vote of 283-5 on Wednesday. All four members of the separatist BQ voted in favour of the bill as well as Claude Patry, the MP for Jonquière-Alma, who quit the NDP last week to join the BQ after saying he sided with the separatist party on this issue. NDP Leader Tom Mulcair emerged from a caucus meeting Wednesday saying his party would vote against the motion and that he would not whip his caucus, because his members are united on the issue. He also said he expected all of his caucus to be present for tonight's vote with the exception of two MPs who had "illnesses" and were absent from caucus earlier in the day. By the NDP's own count, at least five New Democrats did not show up for the vote tonight citing various reasons from being sick, to having obligations in their riding, to family related reasons. Read 78 comments NDP target Claude Patry with robocalls after defection Mulcair calls on Patry to resign seat after defection to Bloc analysis NDP move on Clarity Act reveals delicate balancing act
One Square Mile of Canada
known as La Main - "The Main" - and it's the lifeblood of
What does it mean to be Canadian?
With Asian trade and support for the monarchy rising, what does Canadian identity mean now?
the Indians are trying to say, The French came as visitors and now they want the
country for themselves?” So they
say "over my dead body" before
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Oops! There goes Quebec separation; the Indians are “Idle No More”
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Embattled Toronto mayor fires aide
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford sacks his chief of staff Mark Towhey as he fights claims he has been caught smoking crack cocaine on camera.
The embattled mayor left City Hall on Thursday without making any comment
Montreal lifts boil-water advisory
Michael Applebaum has given Montrealers the green light to drink their tap
water, saying it's safe to drink. He says if it's still discolored, let the taps
run for a few minutes. Preventive
boil-water advisory lifted - Montrealers have been given the green light to
drink their tap water, after tests on water samples incubated over the past 24
hours showed the water is safe to drink. "The tests were done. They have
come back clean," Mayor Michael Applebaum said. Thus ends the largest
PQ wants to force federally regulated firms to abide by French language charter
Parti Québécois government says it plans to compel federally regulated
companies to comply with
would include companies in the banking, transportation and telecommunications
sectors. "The part of our economy which is the responsibility of federal
organization is very important in
EXCLUSIVE! Former premier among growing list of politicians offered cash in Laval
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Taking a look at graffiti tagging hotspots in Montreal Patrick Roy named head coach of Avalanche SNC-Lavalin letter says Gadhafi son offered VP post: RCMP Quebec film wins screenplay prize at Cannes Read 4comments4 Supreme Court refuses to hear Lise Thibault's appeal CBC's Top Tweets: Boil-water advisory Montreal lifts boil-water advisory PQ wants to force federally regulated firms to abide by French language charter 1.3 million Montrealers face boil water advisory Former premier among growing list of politicians offered cash in Laval PQ polling woes continue 23-year-old woman dies while surfing near LaSalle Supreme Court refuses to hear Lise Thibault's appeal Woman injured after falling on Montreal metro tracks Quebec film wins screenplay prize at Cannes
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BIO Issues Call for Paper and Panel Submissions for 2013 Pacific Rim Summit on Industrial Biotech and Bioenergy
Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) invites leaders from the
biotechnology, chemical and agricultural industries to submit proposals and
abstracts for panels, individual papers and posters for the 2013
Pacific Rim Summit on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioenergy. This unique
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The Pink Panther Strikes Again!
New jewel theft hits Cannes festival - A necklace reportedly worth 1.9m euros (£1.6m) is stolen during the Cannes film festival, the second such theft to hit this year's event.
The expensive piece by Swiss jeweller De Grisogono vanished after a celebrity party
necklace reportedly worth 1.9m euros (£1.6m) has been stolen during the
J-Lo to create Latino mobile shops
A chain of mobile phone stores aimed specifically at the Latino market is to be opened by singer and actress Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez's shops will have bilingual staff
and actress Jennifer Lopez is to open a chain of 15 mobile phone stores in the
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Forger jailed for bogus paintings Munch's The Scream sold for $120m
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Some statins 'raise diabetes risk'
drugs taken to protect the heart may increase the risk of developing Type-2
diabetes, according to researchers in
drugs taken to protect the heart may increase the risk of developing type-2
diabetes, according to researchers in
study of 1.5 million people, in
the British Medical Journal, suggested powerful statins could increase the
risk by 22% compared with weaker drugs. Atorvastatin was linked to one extra
case of diabetes for every 160 patients treated. Experts said the benefits of
statins still outweighed any risks. Statins are a group of commonly prescribed
drugs that lower the levels of bad cholesterol in the blood. This reduces the
chances of a heart attack or stroke. All drugs come with side-effects, but a
team of researchers from hospitals in
Sunshine vitamin 'may treat asthma'
Art of Solace - Fifteen
Tips for Pushing through the Discomfort and Truly Connecting with a Chronically
Few of us know how to act around a very sick person. And yet, what we say (and don’t say) makes a huge impact. Here are some practical skills for caregivers, family members, and anyone else who wants to make a meaningful difference in a very difficult time. By Walter St. John, Ed.D.
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Killing Canadians? What's
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disease cures check archives Magnetic
field 'aids coma victim'
Institute of Food Research British
power moves paralyzed limbs Surfing
the web is good for your brain Fatty
acids clue to Alzheimer's Western
diet 'raises heart risk' Drug
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Mind power moves paralyzed limbs Surfing the web is good for your brain Fatty acids clue to Alzheimer's Western diet 'raises heart risk' Drug may reverse MS brain damage'One-stop' embryo test unveiled Purple tomato 'may boost health' Lithium tested for impact on Motor Neurone Disease What is motor neurone disease? Cancer genetic blueprint revealed
The Seven Medical Beliefs that's not true Medical myths 'debunked' Survey shows contraception myths TV ad 'busts heart attack myth' 'Medical myths' exposed as untrue Drink at least eight glasses of water a day We use only 10% of our brains Hair and fingernails continue to grow after death Reading in dim light ruins your eyesight Shaving causes hair to grow back faster or coarser Mobile phones are dangerous in hospitals Eating turkey makes people especially drowsy.
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100,000 homeless in the city, only 27% are employed, with the language law control of all service and business, very high taxation, what else can possibly happen? No miracle is on sight! Does anyone have anything to say? Please send them in. Someone got to talk about it but is there anyone listening? A great majority of French speaking people are the ones really hurting, so are they really represented by politicians they elected?
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people have no idea of what they’re capable of; I think they’re almost
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I’m living proof – if you can overcome fear, you can overcome almost
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