The February 23 Edition

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Posted on February 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!

Making Parliament Hill Safe For Women Is Bigger Than Party Politics ~ Let’s not stop at our elected officials. Let’s start everywhere and encourage our political staff to be a part of the solution | The Huffington Post

Hollywood Sexism Rules: Number Of Female Protagonists Falls In 2017 | Variety

De Grands Patrons S’Engagent Pour L’Équité Entre Les Hommes Et Les Femmes ~ Pendant quatre semaines, ils ont cherché à comprendre et à identifier les réflexes inconscients qui nuisent à l’équité homme-femme au sein de leurs équipes | L’Actualité

Can Security Measures Really Stop School Shootings? ~ Researchers argue that an educational approach would work better than “target hardening” | Scientific American

Florida Shooting: Bullets Flew For 4 Minutes As Armed Deputy Waited Outside | CNN

Republicans Should Worry About These Kids At The Ballot Box ~ Youth-led resistance to NRA, combined with bold moves by Mueller this week, a rare reason for optimism in Trump’s America | Toronto Star

How “This Is Us” Unwittingly Reinvented The Humble Crock-Pot | The New Yorker

Bitcoin Is Back Over $10K, But Rally Looks Weak | Coin Desk

Will Anybody Visit Saskatoon’s New $85 Million Museum? ~ Inside the prairie city’s gamble to build a world-class art gallery | The Walrus

La Cybercriminalité Coûte 600 Milliards De Dollars Par An ~ La cybercriminalité coûte désormais 600 milliards de dollars par an à travers le monde | La Presse

Trudeau Rencontre Modi Au Terme De Sa Désastreuse Visite En Inde ~ Le premier minister Justin Trudeau a rencontré vendredi son homologue indien Narendra Modi, au terme d’une longue visite en Inde jugée désastreuse par les observateurs | Le Journal de Montréal

The Opioid Diaries | TIME

The Math Behind Flu Season ~ Government’s virus surveillance involves hospitals, labs, outpatient facilities – even telephone calls to people who get sick | The Wall Street Journal

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