Posted on May 4, 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!
Alberta And Manitoba: Two Approaches To Private Retail ~ On this episode of Legalized, David sits down with Navigator Managing Principal Jason Hatcher, head of Stoic Advisory Aaron Salz, and founder of Tokyo Smoke and Hiku Brans Alan Gertner to discuss the retail models outlined by the governments of Alberta and Manitoba | Navigator Ltd.
Zipper Wars | Quartz
The Ultimate Cash Crop ~ How a pot crisis restarted a conversation about public banking in America | The New Republic
Film Academy Expels Bill Cosby And Roman Polanski From Membership ~ Only one person is thought to have been previously expelled from the academy | Toronto Star
Future Residents Likely To Push King St. Streetcars Back Past Limits, Study Finds ~ The Ryerson University study looked at 8,000 residential units under construction in the King St. corridor | Toronto Star
The Ghost Penny That Just Won’t Die ~ We don’t pay with pennies or get them back in change. Why have them at all? | Maclean’s
Cairo: A Type Of Love Story ~ Raising a family during a revolution | The New Yorker