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A look back... by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor
New Brunswick man relates
early life in British Block
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Gwynne Dyer - Korean Rhetoric and Reality
Japanese government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said that North Korea was the “neighbourhod outlaw” after Pyongyang’s fifth nuclear weapons test on Friday. Barack Obama said that “The United States does not, and never will, accept North Korea as a nuclear state.” Even China voiced its “firm opposition to the test.” And South Korea’s president, Park Gyeung-hye, accused North Korea’s Dear Leader Kim Jong-un of “maniacal recklessness”.
So far, so restrained – in stark contrast to the berserk threats and fulminations that are the usual fare in North Korea. (Promising to obliterate Seoul, the South Korean capital, in a “sea of fire” is a familiar favourite.)  Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
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Life as I know it! by Colleen Crawford
The universe is listening  Full Story >
Mulroney’s unhelpful advice - NATIONAL AFFAIRS by CHANTAL HÉBERT
Once in a blue moon, or maybe a bit more often than that, someone who should know better offers the prime minister of the day some strikingly flawed advice.
Such is the case of Brian Mulroney’s recommendation that Justin Trudeau personally take charge of the controversial Energy East pipeline file.
In a speech in Calgary this week, the former Tory prime minister offered his successful negotiation of a watershed free-trade agreement with the United States in the late 1980s as the template Trudeau should borrow to advance Trans-Canada’s pipeline plan.   Full Story >
Sports by Bruce Penton
WORLD CUP OF HOCKEY? CANADA, OF COURSE  Full Story >
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