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The Globe and Mail - 28-May-2014

Chiefs from across Canada are accusing the executive of the Assembly of First Nations of acting in a 'top-down' fashion for unilaterally devising proposals to deal with the federal government on the contentious issue of on-reserve education...

The Globe and Mail - 28-May-2014

PCs’ Hudak vows to scrap Ontario skilled-trades regulator - The Globe and Mail Jump to main navigation Jump to main content Search: News & Quotes Jobs News Search News by Search Jobs at Jobs Login Register 18   Toronto Subscribe Help Home News Opinion Business Investing Sports Life Arts Technology Drive Video National Politics Toronto British Columbia World Video Politics Insider... - 28-May-2014

A clerical misstep? Failure to double-check a routine process? Whatever the cause, the seemingly accidental outing of the CIA's top intelligence official in Afghanistan could put the life of the spy and any family members in danger. ...

The Globe and Mail - 28-May-2014

In a report made public Tuesday, Public Sector Integrity Commissioner Mario Dion found that John Lynn, chief executive officer of Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation (ECBC), offered no comprehensive explanation of the hiring of four officials, two of them with close ties to federal Justice Minister and Nova Scotia MP Peter MacKay... - 27-May-2014

(DONETSK, Ukraine) — Ukraine’s new president-elect on Monday promised to negotiate an end to a pro-Russia insurgency in the east, saying he was willing to begin talks with Moscow, while the Kiev government launched an air strike on militants who occupied a major airport. MoreImmediate Challenge for Ukraine’s President-ElectPoll: Billionaire Wins Ukraine Presidential VoteCalifornia Town…... - 27-May-2014

In Port Said, where riots in 2012 exposed the weakness of then-president Mohamed Morsi, many Egyptians voting in this week's election were eager for the stern leadership offered by former Field Marshal Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ... - 27-May-2014

JERUSALEM — Israeli police say a prayer book was set on fire in an apparent arson attack at a Jerusalem church near a sensitive holy site where Pope Francis celebrated mass. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld says an eyewitness saw a man enter the Dormition Abbey and light candles before fleeing the scene. The suspect’s identity… ... - 27-May-2014

ABUJA, Nigeria — Nigeria’s defense chief says the military has located nearly 300 school girls abducted by Islamic extremists but cannot use force to free them. Air Marshal Alex Barde told demonstrators supporting the country’s much criticized military on Monday that Nigerian troops can save the girls. But he added, “we can’t go and kill… ... - 27-May-2014

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE — Pope Francis has announced he will meet with a group of sex abuse victims next month at the Vatican and declared “zero tolerance” for any member of the clergy who would violate a child. Francis also revealed that three bishops are currently under investigation by the Vatican for abuse-related reasons,… ... - 27-May-2014

(BEIJING) — Police in China’s restive northwest foiled a terror plot by detaining five suspects and seizing 1.8 tons of bomb-making materials, the regional government said Tuesday, five days after a market bombing in the region killed dozens of people. Authorities in the Hotan section of the Xinjiang region destroyed two bomb-making workshops in the… ... - 27-May-2014

In 2012 provincial law changed, allowing inherited lots to be sold back to the cemetery or the public at current market price. Until then, a plot could only be sold back to the cemetery at the amount originally paid, less care and maintenance. Thus, the $10 that great-grandfather paid per lot might only be worth $1.50 today. But now, that $10 plot purchased a century ago is worth whatever the market...

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