Monthly Archives: January 2013

Graphic Monday: Mapping same-sex couples

by Patrick Cain My colleague Leslie Young for most of January has been putting out our #graphicmonday feature, which is a way of getting value out of a mass of material we have around that’s interesting, but doesn’t fit a … Continue reading

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Open data and the news

By Leslie Young It’s generally accepted among journalists that in Canada, it’s very hard to get an interesting news story out of the data that governments make available for download on their various “Open Data” sites. Quite simply, it’s usually … Continue reading

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Graphic Monday: Canadian arms exports

By Leslie Young This week’s Graphic Monday feature is an interactive look at some of Canada’s arms exports. I was surprised to see how many Canadian guns went to Denmark, of all places. Much less surprising is that the U.S. … Continue reading

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Graphic Monday: Bankruptcy maps

By: Leslie Young In today’s Graphic Monday, we take a look at bankruptcy data from across Canada. It seems that the Prairies have a much lower rate of bankruptcy than other parts of Canada, which is interesting.  I would have … Continue reading

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Graphic Monday

By Leslie Young We’ve decided to start a new weekly feature on GlobalNews.ca : Graphic Mondays. Every Monday, we will add a new graphic or interactive map (or something we haven’t even thought of yet!) on a different topic. There’s lots … Continue reading

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