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Posted on September 15, 2017

Navireads is a weekly digest of some of the best stories we found on the web. Here’s what we were reading this week!

RCMP Used Cellphone Tracking Technology Unlawfully 6 Times, Says Privacy Watchdog ~ Force failed to obtain a warrant before using the device | CBC

Toronto Police Refuse To Acknowledge Use Of Stingray Surveillance Devices | City News

Apple’s New $1,000 iPhone X Is Luxuriously Out Of Touch | TIME

Why Google’s Upcoming Phone Is More Exciting Than The iPhone X | CNBC

Never Mind The iPhone X, Battery Life Could Soon Take A Great Leap Forward | Scientific American

It Distracted Us. It Gave Us Uber. It Made Selfies A Thing. | The New York Times

The 36 Most Telling Lines In Hillary Clinton’s Interview With Anderson Cooper | CNN

Parsons Green: Underground Blast A Terror Incident, Say Police ~ An “improvised explosive device” was detonated on a Tube train in southwest London during Friday’s morning rush hour | BBC

Women Are Bringing Home More Of The Bacon, Census Data Shows ~ “Women now contribute a larger portion of the couple’s combined income” | Huffington Post

Same-Sex Couples Earn Up To $10,000 More Than Straight Ones: Census ~ Being in a gay household could mean a difference of $6,000 to $10,000 a year | Huffington Post

For First Time In 300 Years, No One Is living On Barbuda | CNN

Le Marché Noir Survivra à La Légalisation De La Marijuana ~ Il faut être naïf pour croire que le crime organisé abandonnera son trafic, selon la GRC | Le Devoir

Cannabis: Québec Dit Non à La Production Privée | La Presse

Toronto Can Expect Fantastic Weather For Much Of Fall | BlogTO

High Ideals Meet Harsh Reality At TIFF 2017: Howell ~ The pursuit of high ideals rarely follows a straight path toward contentment and enlightenment – and maybe never gets there at all, as seen in some of the most talked-about films at TIFF 2017 | Toronto Star

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