Posted on May 11, 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!
The Faces Of Yonge & Finch | Toronto Life
British Columbia’s Hybrid Approach To Retail ~ On this episode of Legalized, we explore British Columbia’s cannabis retail plan | Navigator Ltd.
North Korean’s Kim Jong Un Breaks With His Flight-Phobic Father, Travels By Plane ~ Kim took a plane to the Chinese city of Dalian this week, becoming the first North Korean ruler to fly abroad in 32 years | Toronto Star
Canadian Rental Housing Index Shows 1 In 5 Households Give Half Their Income To The Landlord ~ If you think affordability is bad for Canada’s homeowners, look at what the country’s renters are dealing with | The Huffington Post
Sexually Touching A Student Will Now Cost Ontario Teachers Their Jobs ~ Province passed legislation Tuesday to automatically revoke teaching licenses if teacher found guilty following amendments to Bill 31 | Toronto Star
Crowdfunding As A Political Weapon ~ Platforms like GoFundMe allow people to voice their support – or outrage – via their wallets | The Walrus
Is Facebook Good For The World? ~ As Facebook grows, many have asked whether it’s now too big to fail. The real question is: what is it trying to become? | The Walrus
How Do You Move Mountains Of Unwanted Weed? ~ Oregon farmers have grown three times what their customers can smoke in a year, causing bud prices to plummet and panic to set in | The Guardian
Cannes À l’Ère De #MoiAussi | Le Devoir
Des Naturopathes Présentés Comme Médecins | La Presse
Gifts Your Mom Actually Wants For Mother’s Day | The New Yorker