Wednesday, 03 September, 2014 – CBC News Headlines –

Wednesday, 03 September, 2014  -(69˚F / 20˚C &  Cloudy in Ithaca @ 10:10 am ET )-

{ & again, these are not links. If you want to read these stories, listen to sound clips, or see any video -if there is any video- go to CBC dot CA/news. —Thanks. ———djo——— }

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{ I’ve been doing this because I believe that the CBC may be more honest and more respectable than Media here in the U.S.A., AND not a lot of people in the U.S. may know that or have access to anyone who might point them toward the CBC & their web site. }

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US President Obama and some other guy.

President Obama was in Talinn, Estonia ahead of Thursday’s NATO summit. Their caption doesn’t say who the other guy is.

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Lead Articles

Obama reiterates support for Ukraine ahead of NATO summit   {  }

Steven Sotloff beheading video authentic, white house says   { -Obama vows to ‘degrade’ ISIS as video deemed authentic.  }

Omar Khadr tries again in $20M suit against federal gov’t   {  }

Bank of Canada  holds key rate at 1%, as expected   {  }

Que. dad who killed 2 kids seeks release pending new trial   { * If he’s getting a new trial, shouldn’t the headline read ‘who allegedly killed-‘?  —djo— }

[Dr.] Arthur Porters’s wife surrenders to Montreal police   { -calls herself a ‘pawn’ in fraud case. }

 

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“Offbeat”

Billboard message lands job seeker a Google interview   {   }

– & that’s the only new offbeat news today? –

 

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“Most Viewed”

Jennifer Lawrence photo hack: The phenomenon of the naked selfie   {  }

Why the type of diet you are on doesn’t matter   {  }

Henry McCollum, Leon Brown declared innocent after 30 years in prison   { This happened in North Carolina, U.S.A. The two half-brothers were 15 and 19 years-old, intellectually disabled, and barely able to read when police handed them pieces of paper after long, intense interrogations and told that if they signed the papers they could go home. Those papers were confessions, stating that they raped and murdered an 11-year-old girl. DNA evidence linked another man, now serving a life sentence for raping and murdering an 18 year-old [woman]. —djo— }

How to keep your private photos from running wild on the web  { * How about- “Don’t put them there!” ? —djo— }

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 expected at Unpacked event   {  }

B.C. teachers’ strike: After a wasted summer, stalemate rules   { *And nobody’s cleared up the “Is it a strike or a lock out?” question for me. —djo— }

Justin Bieber charged in latest ‘bad boy’ incident   { -Assault and dangerous driving in Ontario? And the photo they posted with this one gives me the creeps  —djo— }

-Blog- #LeakforJlaw: 4Chan pranksters encourage women to tweet nude photos in support of Jennifer Lawrence   { * Might be more interesting if everybody photoshops & tweets variations of Gahan Wilson monster appendages inside a flasher’s type london fog raincoat —djo— }

 

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Other

-Live- Samsung announces new Galaxy Note smartphones, VR headset   { * ‘Smart meters’ set your house on fire, ‘smart appliances’ fill your home with weird radiation. ‘Smart’ phones can make you sterile- & earbuds connected to smart phones put high levels of nasty microwaves inside your skull—> “Smart” anything is probably not a good thing-  ———djo——— }

John Baird arrives in Iraq with NDP, Liberal MPs to urge ethnic tolerance   { * Now, if only John Baird and the rest of his Conservative Party colleagues practiced any kind of tolerance back home—  —djo— }

-New- Ex-Quebec construction boss starts 2nd day of testimony at corruption inquiry   {  }

What Canada could offer if West opts to attack ISIS   { * How about a voice of sanity? And a nice, friendly, “Don’t do anything stupid!” }

U.S. missionary infected with Ebola to speak about her fight with deadly disease   {  }

-Video- Reg Sherren: Are polar bears a threatened species or political pawns?   {  }

Man arrested in abduction and sex attack on 9-year-old girl   {   }

Cartoonish hippo sculpture in Thames River, London, England

Giant hippo sculpture towed in the Thames River in London, England

-Must Watch- Giant hippo sculpture in London   { “A 21-metre-long hippo sculpture by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, known for his Rubber Duck installation, is towed up the Thames to London’s South Bank” }

-Must Watch- Gold rush hits U.K. beach   { “Hundreds of homegrown prospectors descend on Kent beach to hunt for nearly $20K in gold buried as part of Folkestone Digs art project” }

-Editors Picks- NATO vs Putin: Ukraine crisis redefining much more than borders   {  }

-Editors Picks- Meat prices expected to soar, writes Don Pittis   {  }

-World- Horror over ISIS could distract NATO leaders from Ukraine crisis   {  }

-Politics- Harper defends defence budget against NATO criticism   {  }

-Politics- Government now open to roundtable on missing and murdered aboriginal women   {  }

-Business- Canada falls to 15th in global competitiveness ranking   {  }

-Business- Average Canadian spends $954 a year online: study   {  }

-Health- ‘Win at all costs’ violence giving kids concussions called a public health issue   {  }

-Health- Burning wood indoors to cook raises health risks for billions   {  }

-Health- Too much screen time creates health risk for children   {  }

-Health- Flu shot policy for health workers reviewed   {  }

-Technology & Science- Could a Google Glass app that detects human emotion help those with autism?  {  }

-Community- Quebec ‘no homework’ experiment splits CBC news audience   {   }

 

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“Local” / “New Brunswick”

New Brunswick’s education system is too centralized, expert says   {  }

New Moncton downtown centre may get indirect federal funding   {  }

Pot-smoking Mountie Ron Francis begins trial on 3 charges   {  }

David Alward accuses CRA of ‘playing games’ in past polls   {   }

Moncton survivalist store linked to Justin Bourque closes   {  }

Bay of Fundy FORCE study looking at tidal power turbine potential   {  }

ATM stolen from Moncton restaurant   {  }

 

“New Brunswick Votes 2014”

>>—-> http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick <—-<<

Brian Gallant’s Liberals hold wide lead in CRA poll   {  }

Education reform: Beware of ‘policy talk’ from politicians   {  }

PCs, Liberals vow to remove politics from education   {  }

New Brunswick early French immersion issue hits campaign trail   {  }

 

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{  11:58 am —> searching for typos and colorizing  12:34 pm >>—-> Publish!   ———djo———  }

 

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