This blog watch is late. I wasn’t feeling very hot today, and rather than bust my hump to get this live I decided to hold off, finesse it a bit and give it to you at a level of quality you all expect (and deserve). So rather than complain about the snowy weather (which is quite lovely actually), you should read some of the outstanding blog content you missed last week.
Remember, if you know of any great things happening in the Edmonton blogo/podosphere, let me know about them using our handy submission form.
Here are my must-read picks from last week:
- Jay Palter had “the talk” with one of his kids the other day. It’s an amusing account that will leave a smile on your face.
- The arena talks are more or less over… But Councillor Don Iveson said it’s only the end of round one.
- Speaking of Katz, it was revealed that he made a sizable donation to the provincial PCs last election. Dave Cournoyer talked about why it’s a good case for campaign finance reform.
- Todd Babiak made a good case for inviting Edmontonians outside to play.
- Zoe Todd talked about how she is a child of two worlds — the tundra and the forest. This was a great read.
- I attended the Good 100 Experiment last weekend, organized by Tad Hargrave and Nadine Riopel. Nadine shared her brief thoughts on the event.
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