Weekly roundup: April 2-8


Hungarian President resigns amid plagiarism scandal from New York Times

How a student used open data to beat National Rail Enquiries at its own game from The Guardian

The Globe gets lost in Alberta from Toronto Sun

Rights and Democracy: Qui veut noyer son chien... from Maclean’s

Thomson responds to Wildrose “correction” from Edmonton Journal

The F-35 affair is a fiasco from top to bottom from National Post

Why Canada needs (an advertisement-free) Radio One from National Post

Feds take aim at Target’s Canadian content from Postmedia News


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