LINKS June 15, 2011

June 15, 2011


Despite Canadian funding, bridge plan divides Detroit [Washington Times]

Former radical Bill Ayers again denied entry into Canada [National Post]

BC border guard pleads ‘not guilty’ [Vancouver Sun]

Four arrested in human smuggling ring [Postmedia News]

Cocaine found in raspberry shipment at Ambassador Bridge []


Canada to US: We need you to fix your debt problem [Reuters]

Consul: Nebraska and Canada rely on each other [The Independent]

Risk aversion at heart of Canada’s productivity problem [Financial Post]

Canadian manufacturers find a niche by supplying the smarts [Globe and Mail]


War Powers Act does not apply to Libya, Obama argues [NY Times]

Questions raised about Libya mission as MPs vote to extend it to September [Vancouver Sun]

Canadian Navy warship reportedly spotted in Maine waters [Bangor Daily News]

On Afghan drawdown, the debate gets louder [Washington Post]

Boehner pushes for War Powers explanation [Washington Post]


US panel okays bill to speed up Keystone XL decision [Reuters]

TransCanada says cause of Keystone spills fixed [Wall Street Journal]

Nebraska water scientists warn of oil pipeline’s risks [Reuters]

Canadians seek environmental leadership: poll [Calgary Herald]

Oil sands generates thousands of jobs, billions of dollars of taxes across the country [Edmonton Journal]

Contract dispute halts transmission line work [Journal of Commerce]

Republicans split on ethanol vote [Washington Post]


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