Thursday, February 4, 2016

Worth Reading - February 4, 2016

Becoming a Canadian Senator has become slightly more open. The advisory panel will be accepting applications from everyday citizen

This post on Granola Shotgun highlights a concrete example of regulation stifling innovation

From City Lab, how colleges impact the local economy. However, this is hardly a solution for struggling towns.

I spend a lot of time thinking about and learning about video games (and very little time playing video games...). Video games have come a long way and are now considered by many to be a legitimate art form. However, this author says that we are too quick to praise and parse now

Good news, people who harass people on Twitter can now be held to criminal harassment charges

Aaron Wherry writes about the slight improvement of the decorum in the House of Commons. 

One of the hottest issues I dealt with while in the Northwest Territories, junior kindergarten, is back in the news. 

Scott Reid in the Ottawa Citizen asks Why does the NDP need to exist

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