Weekly roundup: August 27 - September 2


Once, the future was spaceflight. Now it’s cat videos and status updates [Globe and Mail]

Conflict-of-interest case shouldn’t end Rob Ford [Metro]

Deaf boy’s name violates weapons policy: School [Winnipeg Sun]

Teaching kids to love math [The Wall Street Journal]

Crown discussion should go beyond Harry’s adventures [Ottawa Citizen]

Hong Kong West Drainage Tunnel starts operation [Arup PR] (I wish they did this in their Toronto office. I would be there in a flash.)

Bullpen catcher Alex Andreopolous does it all for Blue Jays [National Post]

Rules for social revolutionaries (and other crappy tippers) [National Post]

Alberta legislature begins second century of service [Calgary Herald]


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