Weekly roundup May 27 - June 2


Why, in diverse Toronto, do generations barely mix? [Toronto Star]

The private behaviour of public figures is fair game, if the story is reliable and relevant [National Post]

Stephen Harper’s team keeping Senate minefield behind a smokescreen [Toronto Star]

A benefit to Canada? Parsing Ambrose’s new procurement plan [iPolitics]

The value of outreach [Offsetting Behaviour]

Where is Conservative outrage over ‘robocalls’ scandal? [Toronto Star]

Measuring value of university contingency [Western Alumni Gazette]

Everything you need to know about storytelling, in 5 minutes

My Eulogy for my Father, Murray Frum [Daily Beast]

Why I sit out ‘God Bless America’ [Washington Post]


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