The Free-The-Beer Edition

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Posted on April 20, 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!

Supreme Court Upholds Law In Cross-Border Beer Case, Averting Trade Shakeup | CTV News

Supreme Court’s Free-The-Beer Ruling Sparks Fears Of Cannabis Trade Restrictions ~ ‘What this ruling really is, is a missed opportunity to liberalize trade,’ Calgary economist says | CBC News

Les Limites Au Transport Interprovincial D’Alcool Sont Constitutionnelles, Juge La Cour Suprême | CBC Radio-Canada

Ontario’s Cannabis Plan ~ On this episode of Legalized, we explore Ontario’s proposed retail regime for recreational cannabis and the rules and regulations surrounding cannabis consumption in the province | Navigator Ltd.

Trans Mountain: Trudeau Sort Le Rouleau Compresseur | La Presse

Chinese Man Caught By Facial Recognition At Pop Concert ~ Chinese police have used facial recognition technology to locate and arrest a man who was among a crowd of 60,000 concert goers | BBC News

Barbara Bush, The No-Nonsense First Lady Who Ran The Family That Ran The Country, Dies At 92 | TIME

Woman Partially Sucked Out Of Jet During Southwest Flight ~ A passenger said the engine “hit a window and busted it wide open” | The Huffington Post

The Internet Apologizes ~ Even those who designed our digital world are aghast at what they created. A breakdown of what went wrong – from the architects who built it | NY Mag

‘Fearless Girl’ Is Moving To A New Home ~ “Fearless Girl” is getting a new home at the New York Stock Exchange | CNN

Lawyers Examining Jurors’ Facebook Pages Is ‘Worrisome’: Quebec Justice Minister Stephanie Vallee ~ The courts have increasingly had to navigate emerging technology | The Huffington Post

Is It Time To Police Political Parties? ~ Randi Rahamim joins The Morning Show’s panel to discuss what political parties are doing with voters’ data, as well as Saskatchewan’s stance in the fight over the trans-mountain pipeline. How will Ottawa react? | Navigator Ltd.

The Amount Of Retail Space Closing In 2018 Is On Pace To Break A Record | CNBC

Facebook Admits It May Have Violated Canadian Law In Allowing Users’ Information To Be Shared  ~ Privacy laws require consent for use of disclosure of personal information, but 622,000 Facebook users didn’t know their data was being “harvested” | Toronto Star

Africa’s Last Absolute Monarch Renames Swaziland As ‘eSwatini’  | Reuters

Miguel Diaz-Canel Replaces Raul Castro As Cuba President, Launching New Political Era  | Global News


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