Thursday, September 8, 2016

Worth Reading - September 8, 2016

Chuck Marohn takes a look at the American elections and talks about the short-sightedness of the 'infrastructure crisis'. 

Johnny Sanphillippo writes about all the subsidies that go in to support the $700000 homes on the edge

Brampton's City Hall is staggering after the City Manager laid off twenty-five managers and key staff in city government. 

Peter Criscione reports that city hall is in a confused state after the mass firings

Steve Paikin writes about the possible fallout from the Progressive Conservative victory in the Scarborough-Rouge River by-election. 

Paikin also has another piece about why predictions of a Progressive Conservative defeat in Scarborough were wrong. 

From the Boston Globe, is the era of two-hour movie over

Adam Radwanski wrote an extensive piece on Gerald Butts, the Prime Minister's chief advisor 

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