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Posted on March 23, 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!

Self-Driving Cars Are Already Really Safe ~ A pedestrian is killed by a car roughly every 90 minutes in the United States. And until this week, all of those drivers were human | CNN

Une Voiture Autonome D’Uber Tue Un Piéton En Arizona | Le Devoir

We Have a Basic Responsibility to Protect Peoples’ Data.’ Mark Zuckerberg Addresses Data Crisis | TIME

Canadians Don’t Love Guns? Think Again ~ The Trudeau government has largely dismissed long-gun registries – but recent mass shootings invite Canadians to reopen the debate | The Walrus

Is Beijing Spoiling For A Trade War? ~ Discreet talks with the U.S. continue, but many in China say bring it on | CBC News

Trump Annonce D’Importantes Sanctions Commerciales Contre La Chine | CBC Radio-Canada

Le PQ Remplacerait Le REM Par Un «Grand Déblocage» | Le Devoir

The Dark Side Of Modern Leadership Campaigns ~ Why our political party system isn’t designed to support the best qualified candidates | The Walrus

Enough Talk About Closing The Gender Pay Gap. It’s High Time For Action ~ U.K. companies have an April 4 deadline to file public gender pay gaps with the government. Why not in Canada? | Toronto Star

Best Pictures From The Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games ~ The Winter Paralympics ended on Sunday after 10 days of competition in Pyeongchang, South Korea | BBC

$8K? Bitcoin Under Pressure After Rejection At Key Hurdle | Coin Desk

The TTC Is The Better Way, As Long As You Have Nowhere To Go ~ Embrace the slowness and the long, painful stops, writes Christopher Hume | Toronto Star

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