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It's worth checking out all of last week's blogs -- it's an eclectic mix this week! -- but here are some highlights:
On Thursday, MP Peggy Nash wrote on the marathon process of voting on Bill C-38 and criticizes the Conservatives' "Trogan Horse Budget Bill."
Also from yesterday, Jesse Rosenfeld's piece on Campus Notes is about how protests were originally about student fees have morphed into much, much more.
Nick Falvo floats the idea in this Monday post that maybe it wouldn't be so hard to have government-funded post-seconday education, after all.
British Columbians, take note: the good and the bad of changes to your social assistance program, courtesy of Seth Klein.
Check out this video update from the Open Media blog. Open Media is an organization interested in protecting an open internet, and this week they're talking about the new head of the CRTC.
Lastly, if you're wondering what people are reading on the Subway, it's 50 Shades of Grey. All your questions answered here.