Thursday, August 11, 2016

Worth Reading - August 11, 2016

My former mentor, Dr. Maureen Lux, was interviewed about her new book about Indian hospitals in Canada

This is from a couple of weeks ago, Emmet MacFarlane makes the case for why electoral reform should be put to the public in a referendum

This column looks at how white men react to the press for more diverse voices in the public discourse. 

I generally try to avoid nostalgia pieces, but I'm going to share one. First, from the Atlantic, a retrospective on Ghostwriter, a PBS program that I loved as a kid. 

Secondly, from BlogTO, the rise and fall of MuchMusic

John Lorinc writes on the proposed new park for Downtown Toronto

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