Weekly roundup: July 16-22


City loses bid to shut down hotdog carts despite multiple health violations from Toronto Star

City storm ponds: too close for comfort for homeowners from Global Edmonton

Flooding 101: Sandbags over swimming lessons from Weighty Matters [In response to The Globe and Mail’s “Pop a few myths about obesity” posted last week]

All may park. All must pay. All should read. from Washington Post

Does Canada need a masters of political management? from Ottawa Citizen

A university degree’s value is incontestable from The Globe and Mail

Europe caricatures don’t tell the story from Ottawa Citizen

Real ‘food security’ from Ottawa Citizen

Roundabouts are one of the best ways to combat traffic congestion, so what is Toronto waiting for? from National Post

Presenting: The National Post flag initiative from National Post

National Post flag initiative: Week two from National Post [The Alberta flag makes no sense in the redesign, but the BC and Saskatchewan flags are solid.]


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