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Photo Advisory Addition


Photo advisory addition

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The Canadian Press picture advisory addition for Monday, Dec. 9, 2013. Daily coverage is provided by a combination of The Canadian Press staff and member papers. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photographers, all other events are requested coverage by member papers.

ADDITIONS:MONTREAL--Montreal-area ridings provincial byelections results. (as available)OTTAWA--Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq news conference on Atlantic Ocean continental shelf submission. (1500)VICTORIA--Sensible BC director Dana Larsen will deliver boxes of signature sheets to Elections BC even though the campaign is 100,000 signatures short of forcing a referendum on marijuana decriminalization. (1700)

QUEBEC--Legislature reconvenes for mining legislation. (moved)MONTREAL--Voters in two Montreal-area ridings will head to the polls to cast ballots in a pair of provincial byelections. (as available)OTTAWA--Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq news conference on Atlantic Ocean continental shelf submission. (1500)OTTAWA--Commons question period. (1600)OTTAWA--NHL action Philadelphia Flyers at Ottawa Senators. (2030)TORONTO--Police memorial for Const. John Zivcic. (1130)TORONTO--Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne issues a formal apology to the former residents of the Huronia Regional Centre. (1530)TORONTO--Bail hearing for accused spy Canadian naval engineer Qing Quentin Huang. (As available)VANCOUVER--NHL action Carolina Hurricanes at Vancouver Canucks. (2330)VICTORIA--Sensible BC director Dana Larsen will deliver boxes of signature sheets to Elections BC even though the campaign is 100,000 signatures short of forcing a referendum on marijuana decriminalization. (1700)

EVENTS OUTSIDE CANADA:JOHANNESBURG--Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Canadian delegates arrive for Mandela memorial. (1300)

US PHOTO COVERAGE:A selection of AP's content is transmitted to the CP wire. The full AP feed provided by The Canadian Press is available real-time at the agency's online archives: www.cpimages.com

US-EASTNot received.

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ARKANSAS

Magic Grizzlies Basketball. AP Photos, Daniel Johnston

ILLINOIS

ILLINOIS PENSIOINS CHICAGO NEXT

CHICAGO _ It's not the vision of a world-class city that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel typically likes to portray. More teachers losing their jobs, thousands fewer police and firefighters on duty, less-frequent trash collection and miles of potholed roads going unrepaired _ all as property taxes soar. But that's the catastrophic scenario Emanuel has said could befall the nation's third-largest city if the Illinois Legislature _ which passed a landmark measure last week to address the state's worst-in-the-nation public pension shortfall _ doesn't deal with Chicago's own multibillion-dollar pension problem next. The economic capital of Illinois and the Midwest, Chicago also holds the dubious distinction of having the worst-funded public pension system of any major U.S. city. It's a crisis that's putting in peril the Chicago that Emanuel prefers to talk about: a thriving, modern transportation hub in the midst of a high-tech boom, where schools are being turned around and even the beaches along Lake Michigan offer free wifi. AP Photos, Seth Perlman

Cowboys Bears Football. AP Photos, Nam Huh and Charles Arbogast

MICHIGAN

DETROIT BANKRUPTCY-JUDGE

DETROIT _ Judge Stephen Rhodes' character and conduct are more closely scrutinized since last week's ruling that Detroit was eligible to fix its broken finances in bankruptcy court. …

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