Weekly roundup March 30 - April 5

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They’re banning being outside now edition

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‘Missing Maps in Canada? Canadian Red Cross Community Mapping’ – A Year of Blogs – March 2020 Missing Maps

What Everyone’s Getting Wrong About the Toilet Paper Shortage Marker

Isolating at home is easy in a Forest Hill mansion. It’s a lot tougher in a tiny condo Toronto Star

They’re outlawing walks in the park over COVID-19 now. This cannot stand National Post

Weekly roundup March 23-29

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In Praise of the Diagonal Reference Line Eagereyes

The science of soap – here’s how it kills the coronavirus The Guardian

The near future? It’s terrifying. But the long-term outlook looks bright National Post

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Weekly roundup March 16-22

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Why don’t we know the covid-19 mortality rate? Stats Chat

Accessibility: why you should get on board GDS

Some People kottke.org

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These videos are great.

Weekly roundup March 9-15

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Probes of 737 Max crashes point finger at Boeing, FAA The Globe and Mail

Strict cannabis regulation doing more harm than good National Post

Paris’s mayor has a dream of ‘the 15-minute city’ Fast Company

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Weekly roundup March 2-8

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Why Sheela Basrur, the doctor who guided us through the SARS crisis, is a Toronto hero Toronto Star

Cycling through all the streets in central London

What to Do if Your Bosses Are Gaslighting You

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Weekly roundup February 17 - March 1

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How the Horrific 1918 Flu Spread Across America Smithsonian Magazine

Five Best Practices Teachers Can Learn from Dungeon Masters KQED

When it comes to blockades, the rule of law is about more than rules, or laws The Globe and Mail

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Weekly roundup February 10-16

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Mailing list software should stop spying on subscribers Signal v Noise

Radio Ambulante: A wealth of Latin American stories The UNESCO Courier

How We Do It: The Seemingly Impossible Challenge of Building Software as a Charity Canada Helps

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