Thursday, January 28, 2016

Worth Reading - January 28, 2016

Very brief list this week, I've been spending most of my reading fiction and a pile of articles about urban issues and urban revitalization. I've also spent the week burning through the backlog I've built up on the Granola Shotgun blog

The Toronto Star has an article on a condo speculation in Waterloo in the wake of Google opening operations there. The piece feels a bit sleazy to me, but interesting nonetheless.

Paul Wells offers his view on the first 100 days of the Trudeau government, which is vaguely shocking that it has been that long. 

Reported in the Brampton Guardian, Mayor Jeffrey continues to lose control over the Council and Council is considering a rule change that will make it harder to revive contentious issues.

Royson James has some tough questions about Toronto's leadership regarding its transit policies

Edward Keenan says Mayor John Tory is disappointing voters on the left and right, just as he promised.

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