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A look back... by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor

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Gwynne Dyer -Iran’s Election
The six-week campaign is over, and 55 million Iranians will vote in the first round of the presidential election on Friday. Or rather, most of those 55 million people will vote, but many will not, because there is great disillusionment with President Hassan Rouhani’s promises to improve the economy – and therefore also with the international treaty on curbing Iran’s nuclear weapons ambitions that was supposed to bring back prosperity.
Donald Trump (who calls the treaty “one of the worst deals ever signed”) is not alone in seeing it as a failure. Although Rouhani’s main challenger in this election, hardline cleric Ebrahim Raisi, does not formally reject the deal, his whole campaign is focussed on the fact that the end of foreign economic sanctions did not bring Iranians the rapid economic relief that Rouhani had promised  Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
Quebec is no great hurdle to Singh’s leadership bid - NATIONAL AFFAIRS by Chantal Hébert
A betting person might wager that Jagmeet Singh - unless he stumbles badly and quickly out of the gate - could soon be the candidate to beat in the battle for Thomas Mulcair’s succession.
With solid roots in the Ontario NDP - whose deputy leader he was until this week - and in multicultural Canada, Singh has the elements of a potential leadership juggernaut at his disposal.
The Sikh community is one of the most politically engaged in the country and Ontario offers the largest provincial pool of potential NDP supporters.   Full Story >
Sports by Bruce Penton
You! be the Judge
Did I
spend that much?  Full Story >
Bandits dropped at RBC by Cobourg Cougars 

Bikes stolen, thefts from vehicles reported 

Olds Grizzlys may not operate next season 

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