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Libyan protests continue

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It appears brutal measures taken by Libyan authorities to quell the anti-government protests may not be completely successful. Protests have spread to more than a half-dozen cities, including Tripoli, the capital. Benghazi, where as many as two hundred are said to have died, has been at the centre of unrest. Meanwhile, Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi’s son, Seif al-Islam, warned in a televised address that the strife could lead to civil war. He also spoke of possible concessions to demands for reform.

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Ignatieff’s in town

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Federal leader of the Grits, Michael Ignatieff is in the province’s capital today. Apparently he’s on a tour — thoughtfully titled, Working with Families. If you’d like to catch up with him, he’ll be meeting with high school students at St. Kevin’s in the Goulds, working families at Masonic Park in Mount Pearl and then popping by a training centre for operating engineers in Holyrood. All in a day’s work…

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Purity issues ‘potential layoff’ notices

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There are reports that some employees of Purity Factories in St. John’s have been given layoff notices. Sources claim there are cash flow problems at Purity, which recently settled with its employees after a lockout that stretched from September to January. Carol Furlong, President of NAPE, which represents Purity workers, has confirmed an undisclosed number of workers have been given notices of potential layoff.

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Tax Cuts

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If the wealthy amongst us, those in the top income bracket, had continued to pay their taxes at the rates prevailing in 2006 there would not have been a deficit in 2009.

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