Weekly roundup July 1 - 707 July 2013
Why does it matter? a blog about various topics that are 'it'
The National Dream’s economic legacy [Worthwhile Canadian Initiative]
Pope Francis: The Vatican’s Rebel [Maclean’s]
Flood of opprobrium signals death of sarcasm [Ottawa Citizen]
Eight reasons why public consultations are overrated [C2C Journal]
Walmart will pose no threat to Toronto’s Kensington Market [National Post]
In rural Tennessee, a new way to help hungry children: a bus turned bread truck [Washington Post]