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Headlines for the week of March 1st, 2009

by CKUT News Collective

Local news:

Montreal - Casa del Popolo venue rennovating in facing two liquor/concert venue licensing court cases

Mile End - Redevelopment plans for St-Viateur street update: public and private investment interested; grassroots group organizes discussions and rally

National news:

Vancouver - lawyer plans to lay crimminal charges on George Bush upon Calgary visit

Canada / Afghanistan - Prime Minister Harper doubts “success” in Afghanistan, after sending 1,600 additional troops

International news:

US - Internal Bush admin documents reveal major legal errors post 9/11

Washington, DC - Thousands of youth travel to DC demanding action on climate change

Lahore, Pakistan - Attack on Sri Lankan cricket team: Five security officers killed, Seven cricket players injured
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Credits: Leah Gardner, Laura Glowacki, Chesley Walsh, Tariq Jeeroburkahan, Laurin Liu
in collaboration with our friends at The Dominion

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