Thursday, March 2, 2017

Worth Reading - March 2, 2017

A great story from the South Slave about grocery stores putting labels in local indigenous languages in the grocery stores

Kurzgesagt put out a video about artificial intelligence and robot rights

Shawn Micallef in the Toronto Star writes about Preston Manning and populism in Canadian politics

Kady O'Malley writes that there is little evidence of Trumpism in the Canadian conservative Manning Conference. 

Andrew Coyne takes the opposite point of view. He argues that the Manning Conference offered toxic options that would condemn the Conservatives

A brief CBC story on climate change in the Northwest Territories. 

Andrew Coyne offers a scathing criticism of Kevin O'Leary and the Conservative Party that has embraced him. 

Strong Towns' Strongest Town Contest is underway. It's open to international submissions this year. Someone nominated Brampton, and Guelph. Voting is open.

Speaking of Brampton, the Prime Minister made a whirlwind visit to the city this week

We are only about a year away from the next provincial election. Andrea Horwath, leader of the Ontario NDP, recently shared her thoughts on improving life in Toronto in the Star. 

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