Thursday, November 13, 2014

Worth Reading – November 13, 2014

Apologies for the brevity, but sometimes being concise is better.

Paul Wells miserably summarizes the bad year in Ottawa

Laura Payton of CBC writes about how Parliament Hill’s harassment incidents highlight the dark side of power.  

It is fair to say that there is a crisis on the international scene for displaced people, particularly in the Middle East. The Toronto Star argues Canada should be doing much more

Gentrification is a curse word to some people, but is part of the natural cycles of cities. City Lab writes about one city that might be doing gentrification properly, Columbus. 

Andrew Coyne on mandatory voting

Bohemians, artists and other creatives were found in what are now beloved neighbourhoods. New Geography asks where the next bohemian districts might, or should, be

Jon Ivison writes about the growing gulf and animosity between the NDP and Liberals

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