Weekly roundup April 25 – May 1

Articles/Columns

Three Ways to Disappear The Walrus

Richard Florida Should Replace The Term ‘Creative Class’ With ‘Country Club’ Market Urbanism

Cuba’s Hershey Train: the last interurban railway Marshall’s Musings

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Weekly roundup April 18 – 24

Articles/Columns

The secret life of a trainee brain surgeon: it’s all about the drilling The Guardian

At Scaramouche, sophisticated dining comes from a civilized workplace Toronto Star

Confront your sexism National Post

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Weekly roundup April 11 – 17

Articles/Columns

Yes, all lives matter, but if black activists get their way, we will all be better off National Post

The Benefits and the No Buenos of Multilingualism NTEN

My 2-Days At The R Unconference Hackathon 2016

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Weekly roundup April 4 – 10

Articles/Columns

Politicians doing the right thing? What if this catches on? National Post

Brazil’s Secret History Of Southern Hospitality narratively

Firing People
^ Strictly speaking this is laying people off in Canada since it isn’t for cause, but still an interesting read.

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Weekly roundup March 28 – April 3

Articles/Columns

A stunning $7,500 per household is the annual cost of unfree provincial trade Financial Post

What is Employment Insurance For? Worthwhile Canadian Initiative

New rules on political contributions would be broken, but at least we’d have rules National Post

Ketchup patriotism, the last refuge of a scoundrel National Post

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Weekly roundup March 21 – 27

Articles/Columns

Sliding Pi in Toronto

Pass, Fail The Walrus

From Air Conditioning To Urban Planning, Defaults And Standards Create Dysfunction By Design ensia

Inside The Daily Duties Of An Mlb Bullpen Catcher VICE Sports

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Weekly roundup March 14 – 20

Articles/Columns

10 reasons why Canada should eliminate most import tariffs Canadian Business

Why Brazil’s Corruption Scandal Is a Sign of Progress The New York Times

In Brazil, a youth movement wants the economy to open up PRI

So, Nathalie Normandeau, about that apology… Maclean’s

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