Weekly round up: May 23 - 2929 May 2011
University revolutionizes Winnipeg's food scene from The Globe and Mail
The lessons of philanthropy from The Economist
Don't worry, Ontario. Your government will still 'enforce good behaviour' from National Post
The Catalan kings from The Economist
Mexican cinemas in India from The Economist
Layton attempts to clear the air on when and how Quebec could secede from Canadian Press (Go Stephane Dion calling out Layton on his 50%+1 as a clear majority.)
I completely agree with Harper... circa 1996 from Ottawa Citizen
Reach out, reach out and touch someone
New program aims to interest girls in engineering from WISN Milwaukee (A way of getting girls into engineering that I can agree with.)
Chris Selley: Layton the bridge builder from National Post
With a venn diagram via Revolutions
Great little video from the Toronto Standard about a bookbinder, Don Taylor, via Dan Misener
Bookbinder: Toronto Standard presents 'Made in Toronto' - The Bookbinder: Don Taylor from Toronto Standard on Vimeo.
Boom Boom Pow performed acoustically by DANTèS via The Anti-Hit List
Boom Boom Pow DANTèS from AS HUMAN PATTERN on Vimeo.