Posted on April 13, 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!
Canadians Honour Humboldt Broncos Victims With #JerseyDay | The Huffington Post
Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Says It’s ‘Inevitable’ There Will Be Regulation Of Social Media Firms ~ Mark Zuckerberg faced questioning from U.S. lawmakers for the second-straight day over the Cambridge Analytica data scandal | Toronto Star
The Facebook Apology Tour ~ Mike Van Soelen joins The Morning Show’s panel to discuss Mark Zuckerberg’s scheduled appearance before Congress regarding the massive data breach that implicated Facebook | Navigator Ltd.
Pipeline Tensions ~ Mike Van Soelen joins The Morning Show’s panel to discuss the Kinder Morgan pipeline, plus more on Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress | Navigator Ltd.
What’s Not Legal – Part II: Storefronts | Navigator Ltd.
Second Cup Coffee Chain Partners With Cannabis Company To Open Pot Shops ~ Coffee company has 286 locations across Canada, and some could be converted to sell pot | CBC News
On Manque Sérieusement De Travailleurs! | CBC Radio-Canada
‘I Know I Don’t Need It’ ~ An AR-15 owner explains the allure | The Washington Post