Weekly roundup September 9﹣15

Articles/Columns

Cover story: The curious case of a shared database newsroom

At Toronto’s Lunchroom, co-working turns to community The Globe and Mail

The high cost of Canada’s ‘free’ roads The Globe and Mail

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2019 Bike Ride 11

A ride to the market and Aubut, then through St Henri and back.

Total trip distance: 8.65 km

Moving time: 0h 36m

2019 Ride 11

Weekly roundup September 2﹣8

Articles/Columns

Mount Royal: Saving ‘the people’s park’ from fanciful schemes Montreal Gazette

In Toronto’s war on the car, the enemy comes from within Toronto Star

Conservation Halton blindsided by provincial letter asking it to shut down non-core programs The Hamilton Spectator

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Weekly roundup August 26 - September 1

Articles/Columns

The Swimmer The Local

America’s Weak-Beer Wars Governing

Russ Conway, the journalist who took down hockey boss Alan Eagleson, dies at age 70 National Post / The New York Times

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Weekly roundup August 12-25

Yes, I missed last week. I was going to do it and then I didn’t. Instead, I enjoyed Montreal summer at the Botanical Gardens 🌱 🌳 🌾 🌲 (highly recommended) and participating in the Pride Parade 🌈.

Articles/Columns

Mayor Jim Watson: After 40 years, I’m opening the closet door The Ottawa Citizen

35 under 35: Announcer Kirsten Karbach offers Phillies fans another reason to tune in to Double-A Reading The Athletic

Goodbye, Governing Governing

The deception in the SNC affair is the most troubling aspect of all The National Post

What is Haberman? The Regex King

Do homes without kitchens mark the end of human civilization? TVO

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^ h/t to all the twitterers who dropped this in my feed 🧨 🔥

2019 Bike Ride 10

Just a quick ride to the market and back. Peaches have arrived!

Total trip distance: 4.67 km

Moving time: 0h 15m

2019 Ride 10

Weekly roundup August 5-11

Articles/Columns

Dallas airport passengers silently salute the return of a fallen hero Global News

‘Since I got my bike, I’ve stopped playing ‘Fortnite’’ The Boston Globe

Behind the Lens: How the Tilt-a-Whirl Became a Fixture of State Fairs Governing

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