Posted on April 27, 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!
Attaque À Toronto: Qui Est Alek Minassian? | La Presse
Toronto Van Attack: How Is The Suspect Not Dead? ~ The calm actions of a police officer who arrested the Toronto van suspect without firing a shot have prompted praise and, in some quarters, astonishment | BBC
It’s Hideous To Think That Right-Wing Media Were Hoping For A Muslim Villain After The Van Rampage ~ Rather than avoid speculation or pray it doesn’t turn one group against another, some people actually appear to thirst for a specific motive – to yearn for the revelation that the accused in question does in fact belong to a particular group, writes Emma Teitel | Toronto Star
U Of T Acquires Oldest English-Language Book In Canada ~ Only 13 copies of the book exist, and they were originally printed by William Caxton, a merchant credited with bringing the printing press to England | Toronto Star
Quebec’s Cannabis Regime ~ On this episode of Legalized, we explore Quebec’s proposed retail regime for recreational cannabis and the rules and regulations surrounding cannabis consumption in the province. We also look at the opposition among the provincial parties and the federal-provincial fight over the division of cannabis tax revenue | Navigator Ltd.
À Quoi Sert L’Amitié Entre Macron Et Trump? | La Presse
Facebook Spells Out Exactly What It Forbids, For 1st Time ~ The social network is releasing a 27-page guideline | Huffington Post
The Hypodermic Effect: How Propaganda Manipulates Our Emotions | The Conversation
GTA Millennials Look Farther Afield After New Mortgage Rules ~ A report from Royal LePage says the purchasing capacity of the important millennial consumer group has been reduced by 16.5 per cent, partly because of the new mortgage stress test | Toronto Star