- Dewart Gleason LLPLawyer, present
- Osgoode Hall Law School
The Blame for the Charlie Hebdo Murders - The New Yorker
The murders today in Paris are not a result of France’s failure to assimilate two generations of Muslim immigrants from its former colonies.
News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier | M...
News is bad for you. It leads to fear and aggression. It hinders your creativity and makes you sick. We should stop consuming it, says Rolf
Learning what income inequality really looks like | Toronto Star
The Maximum City program assigned students to develop household budgets for a range of incomes and family types.
Copenhagen’s New Bike Skyway Makes Commuting Look Fun | Autopia | WIRED
Copenhagen has long been leading the world in citizen-pleasing infrastructure, and the country has yet again outdone itself. In June, it wel
What’s Up With That: Building Bigger Roads Actually Makes Traffic Worse ...
The concept is called induced demand, which is economist-speak for when increasing the supply of something (like roads) makes people want th
Food fight: Rising income disparity and the struggle for higher wages
Workers on the low end of the pay scale are fighting for more, but employers say they face increased pressure, too
Vibram can no longer claim its goofy FiveFinger shoes offer health benefits
A settled class action suit requires company to pay $3.75 million to customers.
Fans descend on Lebowski Fest for a visit with the Dude himself
Jeff Bridges and thousands of fans in bathrobes and khakis attended the festival dedicated to the Coen brothers' abiding film
Ravens have social abilities previously only seen in humans
They can recognize change in social order outside their communities.
Resentment at techies might not be fair, but it's the future
Jack Halprin is a Google employee who bought a multi-unit dwelling in San Franscico and evicted the occupants. He's getting a roasting, as y
If El Niño Comes This Year, It Could Be a Monster | Science | WIRED
Attention weather superfans: El Niño might be coming back. And this time, we could be in for a big one.
Brendan Eich, Mozilla CEO, resigns after protests over anti-gay marriage...
Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich is stepping down as CEO and leaving the company following protests over his support of a gay marriage ban in
Rob Ford’s first big fundraiser is set for … Vaughan? | Toronto Star
The mayor is looking outside Toronto for election support, and not for the first time, as he plans an event in the Concord neighbourhood.
This is the best opening paragraph in any news story ever
This has got to be the best lede of all time. And a great article, too. Caitlin Flanagan, writing about fraternities, law, liabilities, and
Horwath and Hudak starting to sound alike: Christopher Hume | Toronto Star
PC and NDP leaders insistence that transit costs nothing bodes ill for the future of mobility
Canada’s swooning over Putin the tyrant all too common sight at these Ga...
Watching Putin in action is helping me understand Mayor Rob Ford, and the way so many people in Toronto react to him. Wherever Putin goes, i