Weekly roundup November 15-21

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Keep Cool and Carry on: Passive House Cooling Experiences in Warm Climates Passive House Accelerator

Why The Time For Better Contract Design Is Now Above the Law

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Weekly roundup November 8-14

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Naheed Nenshi on Leaving a Job You Love Arch Magazine (UCalgary)

Canada’s Access to Information Act is built to be broken Policy Options

An influx of French immigrants to Quebec highlights a cultural shift … and rift The Globe and Mail

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^ Everyone should have the time to spend with their newborns/infants.

Weekly roundup November 1-7

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What are we losing with the elimination of our digital government minister? Policy Options

All the good politicians are in Montreal Maclean’s

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^ Something I have definitely come around to.

Weekly roundup October 25-31

An overly busy weeks with family visiting and two things kicking off at work (project and a bid). Time zone differences mean project meetings are only in the morning and the rest of the day can be dedicated to making progress on the work.

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A wild thread

Weekly roundup October 18-24

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A Colorful Series of Sugar Skulls Appear on New USPS Stamps Designed by Luis Fitch This is Colossal

The TTC wants to attract more ridership after the pandemic — they should try making transit cheaper Toronto Star

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Weekly roundup October 11-17

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How Italy’s high-speed trains helped kill Alitalia CNN

Forget Doug Ford’s cut to city council. Toronto’s governing woes go much deeper than that — and need a bigger fix Toronto Star

Ford’s cut to Toronto city council was legal, says Supreme Court. Now what? TVO

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Weekly roundup October 4-10

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Quebec Offers States Way to Recoup Billions in Unpaid Sales Tax Bloomberg Tax

Dans les coulisses du « déraillement » au Parti vert Radio-Canada

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