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Advocacy groups worry corporations are buying premiers' time
The first ministers' conference is costing about $1.5 million to stage. Corporations like Aliant and Inco are paying for about a third of that.

Wheat board meeting hears from single-desk opponents

The federal government is holding a meeting in Saskatoon on the future of the Canadian Wheat Board — but many of the farm leaders who support the board in its present form aren't invited.

Ahmadinejad Did Not Say - "Wipe Israel Off The Map"
Let’s fill in the Blanks in the Speech of Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Gambia: The Moment of Truth
President Jammeh has hit the right target when he drew sword on the State of Israel for inflicting the most heinous and barbaric treatment on Lebanon and Palestine.

Ghana: Oatuu Condemns Israel's Aggression On Lebanon/Palestine

He recalled that the African National Congress was also called a terrorist organisation during their noble struggle against apartheid.

ACLU Asks For Investigation Into Report of Innocent People Watchlisted to Meet Air Marshals' Quota
The American Civil Liberties Union today asked the Chief Privacy Officer of the Department of Homeland Security to investigate a news report that federal air marshals are being directed to fill a monthly quota of reports labeling particular Americans as "suspicious."

Canstar Announces Decision by Newfoundland and Labrador Supreme Court Regarding Mary March Property-Re-Hearing Ordered
The ruling can be viewed in its entirety at www.sedar.com

Enbridge to Construct US$350 Million Southern Access Extension
The Extension has been sized to provide ample capacity for Canadian crude to access the Patoka hub, from which it can move to a variety of markets such as Wood River, the U.S. Gulf Coast and Eastern PADD II.