Weekly roundup: July 9-15


Government’s involvement in  selling liquor is an anachronism from Vancouver Sun

Smart tolls the best solution to our traffic woes from National Post

Summer school: Star reporter, who grew up believing camping is for wealthy folks, heads outdoors with Ontario Parks’ Learn To Camp program from Toronto Star

Tony Clement’s tweet makes a fool of himself from National Post

Burst the higher-education bubble from Washington Times

Holyday says suburbs are safer for kids. He’s wrong from The Grid TO

Engineers who declared mall sound were guilty of misconduct in 2010 from The Globe and Mail

Pop a few myths about obesity from The Globe and Mail

Canada’s Afghan legacy: Failure at Dahla dam from Toronto Star [Devastating waste of aid money.]



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