The April 6 Edition

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Posted on April 6, 2018

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

What’s Not Legal – Part 1: Edibles | Navigator Ltd.

Catherine Tait Named 1st Woman President Of CBC/Radio-Canada ~ She’s the former president of Salter Street Films, which produced CBC mainstay “This Hour Has 22 Minutes” | The Huffington Post

Une Première Femme Nommée À La Tête De CBC/Radio-Canada | CBC Radio-Canada

Calgary Is Officially Interested In Hosting 2026 Olympics — But Could Have As Many As Six Opponents ~ Besides Calgary, the IOC says cities in Austria, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey are in the running for the 2026 Winter Games | National Post

Pékin Et Washington À Couteaux Tirés Sur La Question Des Droits De Douane | Le Devoir

Portrait En Cinq Temps, À Six Mois Des Élections Québécoises | CBC Radio-Canada

Facebook Under Fire: How Privacy Crisis Could Change Big Data Forever | Variety

See How These Suburban Families’ Lives Have Changed Over The Last 20 Years | TIME

Canadians Are Among The Heaviest Wasters Of Food On The Planet, Report Finds ~ The Commission on Environmental Cooperation says that from farm to table, almost 400 kilograms of food annually is wasted or lost per every Canadian | Toronto Star

The Whiteness Of Trump’s White House Interns Is Absurd … And Speaks Volumes | CNN

An International Final Four: Which Country Handles Student Debt Best? ~ In America, college student loan defaults are a really big problem. In Australia? No worries | The New York Times

Foreign Visas Plunge Under Trump | Politico

Royal Canadian Mint Releases Coin Depicting Manitoba Man’s UFO Encounter ~ The oval-shaped coin immortalizes Stefan Michalak’s experience in Whiteshell Provincial Park more than 50 years ago on what became known as the Falcon Lake incident | Toronto Star



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