Daily Brief Wednesday, May 15th, 2013

In the News – 2013/05/13

News. As it happens, or after the fact. Local, regional, national, and international. London, Ontario, Canada, and the world. Whatever catches my attention and interests me.


Disclaimer: I regret that I can only ensure the validity of these links at the time that the articles are published. The (unscrupulous?) practice of some media outlets to subsequently redirect links to advertisements is completely out of my control and beyond my capacity to monitor.

[local] Immigrants aren’t staying in London
[local] Decision about development charges deferred
Gambling-funded Liberal governance
Montreal police issue Fentanyl warning
Monsato wins soybean fight
Detroit could face bankruptcy
Should police pay for data to fight crime?
Fears of ‘diagnosis creep’ accompany new psychiatry ‘bible’
26 years to deport a convicted terrorist from Canada
Canadian municipal wastewater treatment
The deadly new coronavirus
Italian acid attacks against women
Pedestrian advocacy alive in Toronto
Polls says that Chow is favoured for Toronto mayorship
Tories worried about reputation of tar sands oil
Canada will Chair the eight-nation Arctic Council
Uncertified driving schools
UN thinks we should eat grasshoppers and ants
Increased sexual assaults in US military
Grammar is a vital filter system

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