In National News:

Dalai_Lama2Thumbnail.jpg‘Spiritual dream team’ to gather in B.C. for peace (National Post)

In our opinion: While our government may have denied British MP George Galloway admission to Canada, we can rest assured that – unlike the South African government – they won’t close our doors to the Dalai Lama.

CSIS won’t rule out tips derived from torture (Globe and Mail)

Canadian economy contracted 0.7% in January (CBC)

In World News

MigrantsThumbnail.jpgHundreds feared dead off coast of Libya (CNN)

In our opinion: This story reflects the desperation of people seeking to escape poverty and violence. Each year, tens of thousands of refugees face incredible dangers in tiny boats on the Mediterranean with hopes of landing in Europe.

Ransom deadline extended for Vancouver woman threatened to be beheaded today by Taliban (Globe and Mail)

Obama heaads to Europe; embarks on first overseas trip as President (ABC)

In Entertainment News

MileyThumbnail.jpgNo more Hannah Montana for Miley Cyrus (ABC)

In our opinion: Everyone has to grow up sometime, right? And in Hollywood it seems to happen alarmingly fast. We wish Miley all the best with her new all-growed-up career.

Angelina wants a slumdog child (The Sun)

911 transcripts reveal Natasha Richardson’s struggle to survive (People)

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