Weekly roundup April 1 - 7


Toll roads work but don’t use them to subsidize public transit [National Post]

What being a handyman has taught me about male insecurity [The Atlantic]

A persistent problem with truth [HESA]

The verdict is in on jury duty: it rocks [Toronto Star]

Driving in the passing lane: The Canadian disease [The Globe and Mail]

Ottawa needs a new model for infrastructure funding [Macdonald-Laurier Institute]

Worry about correctness and repeatability, not p-values [Win-Vector Blog]


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^ a much more enjoyable live performance than the staged SNL brand that most people have seen.