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USA Today: Ghost factories

By Leslie Young Neat new interactive feature from USA Today: Ghost Factories. It’s an investigation of old smelting factory sites across the USA. I’m impressed by the investigation, the map, and even with how after you click on an individual … Continue reading

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Toronto’s worst intersections, redux

by Patrick Cain Various media outlets have taken a swing at a Toronto’s Worst Intersections story at some point. It’s not an exact science – most seem to be based on reader nominations. Ours have been statistical: a ratio of … Continue reading

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The Road Network of Canada, from Statistics Canada. Pretty nifty looking. (You can download the shapefile here)

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by Patrick Cain Our interactive/TV package on drunk driving by postal code in Alberta came out last night. (In Alberta, drunk drivers plague a number of rural communities, like Rocky Mountain House and Cold Lake, and also a block of … Continue reading

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Mapping Old Age Security

by Patrick Cain I produced a series of maps recently showing rates of OAS recipients by three-character postal code across the country. (Rebecca Lindell of Global’s Ottawa bureau, obtained the data.) Mapping OAS recipients is roughly the same exercise as … Continue reading

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