The Friday Edition


Highlights include:
Part One:
* SCC Wiretap Powers. The Supreme Court of Canada rules that warrantless wiretaps are unconstitutional.
* Chretien Exhibit. Former Prime Minister Jean Chretien tells us about a new museum in his hometown that showcases the thousands of gifts he received.

Part Two:
* Kenney: Settlement Program. Immigration Minister Jason Kenney responds to criticisms from the Manitoba Premier.
* Tunisia Charges. Currently in Canda, the wealthy brother-in law of the ousted Tunisian president plans to return home to face justice.

Part Three:
* Postal Code Copyright. Canada Post claims it owns the copyright to everyone's postal code. Chivalry Study.
* Two Swedish economists say that "women and children first" on sinking ships was little more than a nice sentiment. 
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