Weekly roundup: May 14-20


Mario Batali a hungry chef on food stamp challenge from Associated Press

How Yahoo killed Flickr and lost the Internet from Gizmodo

Test train begins rolling on $1.4 billion west LRT line from Calgary Herald

Egypt’s presidential debate was a historic triumph for democracy. So why did we ignore it? from National Post

A call for Canadian charities to become more politically active from Toronto Star

Jim Flaherty calls a family meeting [about EI reform] from National Post

RCMP conducted five-month national security probe into leaked F-35 story from Winnipeg Free Press

Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair must own up to G20 mistakes or step down from Toronto Star [I agree with the Post’s Chris Selley that he should both own up and then step down, not do one or the other.]

What would a Canada of 100 million feel like? More comfortable, better served, better defended from The Globe and Mail

Quebec’s protest crackdown: It’s not just rights that make it wrong from Maclean’s


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How to use a paper towel

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What was the letter that changed your life? from CBC’s DNTO